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10. Paul Hornung
One of the few players who won a Heisman Trophy and a National Football League MVP, Paul Hornung was a key member of the Packers dynasty of the 1960s.  He was at his best in the early ’60s, which is where he received his two First Team All Pro Selections and in 1960 he would lead all rushers with 13 Touchdowns.
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Hornung’s best games occurred when the Packers needed him the most as he scored 19 Points in the 1961 Championship Game and rushed for over 100 Yards in the 1965 Championship Game.  
The versatile player was also used on defense and special teams where he was used as the team’s kicker.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Fullback, Half Back, Place Kicker
  • Acquired: Drafted in the 1st Round, 1st Overall 11/26/56.
  • Departed: Retired after the 1966 season.
  • Games Played: 104
  • Notable Statistics: 893 Rushing Attempts
    3,711 Rushing Yards
    50 Rushing Touchdowns
    130 Receptions
    1,480 Receiving Yards
    12 Receiving Touchdowns
    140 Field Goals Attempted
    66 Field Goals Made
    47.1% Field Goal Percentage
    194 Extra Points Attempted
    190 Extra Points Made
    97.9 Extra Point Percentage
    24 Completions
    55 Attempts
    383 Passing Yards
    5 Touchdown Passes
    67.5 Passing Percentage
    10 Kick Returns
    248 Kick Return Yards
    50 Approximate Value*

    *Approximate Value was not a stat until the 1960 Season
  • Major Accolades and Awards: NFL Champion (1961, 1962, 1965)
    Super Bowl Champion (I)
    NFL Championship MVP (1962)
    First Team All Pro Selection (1960 & 1961)
    Second Team All Pro Selection (1959)
    Pro Bowl Selection (1959, 1960 & 1961)
    Most Points Scored (1959, 1960 & 1961)
    Most Rushing Touchdowns (1960)
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