- Super Bowl MVP
- Pro Football Hall of Famer; two-time Super Bowl champion
Bart Starr led his teams to numerous Championships.
Bart Starr was the man who made the Packers click and he will always be respected for his hardworking attitude and perseverance. Bart’s “won-lost record” was a sizzling 62-24-4 and the Packers won six divisional, five NFL, and the first two Super Bowl championships.
He held several NFL passing records, including the lifetime record of completing 57.4 percent of his passes over a 16-year period.
He led the league in passing three times. Starr used his astuteness and skill to lead the Packers to the NFL titles and two Super Bowl Championships.
Starr was inducted into the Football Hall of Fame and is still considered one of the NFL’s greatest field leaders, even today.
Bart Starr: Hall of Fame Quarterback
Bart Starr is considered one of the NFL’s greatest leaders, willing his team to two Super Bowl championships over his stellar career.
Starr an intelligent and capable player with impressive ball-handling
techniques and remarkable decision-making abilities.
He held several NFL passing records, including the lifetime record of completing 57.4 percent of his passes over a 16-year period while leading the league in passing three times.
After his playing career ended, Starr remained with the team and took
on the role of head coach.
Starr was one of five Green Bay Packers to have his number (15) retired by the team.
Throughout the course of his long and celebrated career, Starr was named the Most Valuable Player of the first two Super Bowls. Winning the league MVP honor, Starr went on to earn four Pro Bowl Selections. He was inducted into the Professional Football Hall of Fame and the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame.
The NFL went on to name The Bart Starr Award in his honor, given annually to an NFL player who exemplifies outstanding character and leadership in the home, on the field and in the community.
His other accomplishments include the NFL Award for Citizenship and the Byron White Award.