16. Sammy Baugh
Baugh is another old school quarterback cracking this list, and for good reason, as he lead the Washington pro franchise to two NFL Championships in 1937 and 1942. In an era when the run game was dominant, Baugh was a pass-first machine, an old-school Brady or Brees, leading the NFL in completion percentage eight times and four times in passing yardage, including his first season (’37) when he was technically a tailback!
Baugh was truly one of those players who pioneered and helped transform the game from one-dimensional ground attacks to exciting aerial displays of passing prowess.