9. Zeke Bratkowski
Jan. 14, 1968; Miami, FL, USA; FILE PHOTO; Green Bay Packers quarterbacks Zeke Bratkowski (12) and Bart Starr (15) celebrate near the end of Super Bowl II against the Oakland Raiders at the Orange Bowl. The Packers defeated the Raiders 33-14. Mandatory Credit: Press-Gazette/USA TODAY Sports
Zeke Bratkowski was a backup to legendary quarterback Bart Starr throughout his tenure in Green Bay, but he still provided to be key at times when Starr would get hurt. He provided a stability for Green Bay at the quarterback position after been claimed by Vince Lombardi on waivers. Bratkowski’s most notable moment in Green Bay came in 1965 when he relieved an injured Bart Starr and was able to still win the NFL’s West Division championship against the Baltimore Colts.
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Bratkowski was with the team from 1963-1971 throwing for 3,137 yards with 21 touchdowns. He is a two-time Super Bowl champion with the team and while being apart of the NFL Championship in 1965. Bratkowski became a coach with the organization after he retired in 1969-70 and also 1975-81. Although not a starter he brought much to the organization which sees him as the number 10 player on our list.
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