3. Bart Starr
It’s very hard to list the legend here at number three. Bart Starr was a five time NFL Champion winning the first and second Super Bowl in the NFL’s history. Paired with legendary coach Vince Lombardi, Starr helped lead the Green Bay Packer into the dynasty it was in the 1960’s by providing outstanding leadership at the quarterback position. He did not have a losing season from 1959-1967 and was a four-time pro bowl quarterback during that time. Starr was both a two-time Super Bowl MVP and league MVP throughout the 1960’s which also included a spot on the NFL’s all decade team
He is the first quarterback to win two Super Bowls and is a member of both the Packers and Pro Football Hall of Fame. He was rated the 51st quarterback in league history by NFL.com and his number 15 hangs over Lambeau Field today. Starr threw for 24,718 yards throughout his career and 152 touchdowns. Those were outrageous numbers during the 1960’s and those records held still on top of the Packer record books for over 25 years. He was named the quarterback coach after he retired which included the Packers 1972 division tittle. He would also become the Packers head coach from 1975-1983. It’s hard to list Bart Starr at number three as he would be most NFL teams all time greatest quarterback so as a fan base we have been very blessed to have some of the best in NFL history lead us at the quarterback position.
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