Sammy Baugh has always been to me the greatest player to ever play in the NFL. Best Qb, one of the best Db, and one of the best punters ever to play the game. He was the last surviving member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame's inaugural class of 1963. He played the game, the best all-around player in an era when versatility was essential. In 1943, he led the league in passing, punting and interceptions. In one game, he threw four touchdowns and also intercepted four passes. He threw six touchdowns passes in a game twice. His 51.4-yard punting average in 1940 remains the NFL record. He holds the Redskins records for career touchdown passes (187) and completion percentage in a season (70.3). And his 31 interceptions on defense are third on the team's career list. Was also a little witty, After the Redskins' 73-0 loss to the Chicago Bears in the 1940 championship, a writer asked if the outcome would have been different had an end not dropped an early touchdown pass. "Yeah," drawled Baugh. "It would have been 73-7."