Bart Starr’s passing statistics confirm that he was an exceptional quarterback during his time with the Packers. Starr completed 1,808 passes for a total of 24,718 yards during his 16 year career with Green Bay (“Bart”). In the history of the Packers, Starr is second in terms of career passing yards to only Brett Favre, a quarterback who started 96 more games than Starr. In addition, Starr led the league three times in completion percentage, and led the league four times in passing percentage, both team records (“Records”). It was truly incredible the amount of success Starr had, but much of it can be attributed to his work ethic and dedication to perfection. Starr’s father was a U.S. Air Force master sergeant, and ran hi...
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