Aug 2, 2014; Canton, OH, USA; New York Giants defensive end Michael Strahan kisses his bust during the 2014 Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement at Fawcett Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Michael Strahan's Hall of Fame gap is accurate (Photo)

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On Sunday night, the NFL returned with the 2014 Hall of Fame Game between the New York Giants and Buffalo Bills in Canton, Ohio.

The game came 24 hours after the seven-man 2014 Hall of Fame class of Derrick Brooks, Michael Strahan, Ray Guy, Andre Reed, Walter Jones, Claude Humphrey and Aeneas Williams was enshrined into the Hall.

When Strahan’s Hall of Fame bust was revealed, it was discovered that the bronze bust featured his iconic gap.

On Sunday night’s NBC broadcast, we got to see that the gap was 100 percent accurate down to the fraction of an inch.

Check it out:


With all of the personality that Strahan has shown throughout his career, it would have been criminal not to include a smiling image of the Giants defensive end with his gap showing.

It really was a perfect tribute to the man who put together an incredible career.

On a side note, how great is it that football is back?

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