The four-time NFL champion started his career as a tailback before the NFL started keeping statistics, but shortly switched over to QB.
In 1932, Herber was the top passer in the league, throwing for 639 yards and nine touchdowns, but that was only the beginning.
It wasn’t until 1935 that Herber was paired with wide receiver Don Hutson. In 1936, the two went on to temporarily rewrite the NFL passing-receiving record book.
The Packers finished 10-0-1 that season and defeated the Boston Redskins 21-6 in the NFL title game.
Herber was inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1966.
Career Statistics: 81 TD, 106 INT, 8,041 YDS, 50.1 RTG