But he also points out a very high quality jpg of six NFL stars from 1940, including former Packer Cecil Isbell. I'm misleading a bit by calling him a QB because he had more rushing than passing attempts in his first two NFL seasons, and he led the league in 1938 with a 5.2 yards/carry average. It wasn't until 1941 and 1942 when he and WR Don Hutson became a lethal passing combo. From Pro Football Talk:
Of Cecil Isbell, we're told, "He does everything well, but his forward passing is something the fans rave about -- and so do his appreciative teammates on the champion Green Bay Packers."