​Go home NFL, you're drunk.

When the Pro Football Hall of Fame released their class of 2018 nominees, everything seemed just fine. There were some fantastic new additions including Ray Lewis, Randy Moss, Brian Urlacher, Steve Smith... wait what? 

Yes Steve Smith, but not the former Panthers and Ravens wide receiver that just retired last season.

The Steve Smith that was nominated played just six seasons for the Giants, Eagles and Rams. He totaled 2,641 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns in his career.

I'm not a football expert, but I wouldn't consider those numbers Hall of Fame worthy. But hey, what do I know. 

I'm not sure anyone can comprehend how this makes sense.

More than half of Smith's career receptions and touchdowns came in one season. Aside from that, he never had more than one season with over 600 receiving yards. There are receivers who have passed Smith's numbers in 2-3 seasons, let alone their entire career. 

You'd think this is just some cruel joke, but he's listed on the Hall of Fame official website. Granted, this is just a nomination, but the it still makes absolutely no sense in the first place. If Smith were to some how get voted in, the Hall of Fame will lose all of its credibility. 

Terrell Owens is going to get a kick out of this one.