1. Otis Taylor. The receiving end of many of HOFer Len Dawson’s passes. Together, they embarrassed Minnesota in the last Super Bowl game played by an AFL team.
2. Jack Kemp. More famous as a politician, he literally led San Diego and Buffalo to division titles in the AFL.
3. Ken Anderson. One of the most modest players ever to play in the NFL, going out of his way to give others credit. Perhaps it’s because he never won a Super Bowl. Still he was pretty darn good in the era of Staubach, Griese, Bradshaw, Namath, Hadl, Jurgensen, Theisman, Tarkenton, etc,
4. Calvin Hill. In an era domiated by O. J. Simpson (remember him?), one of the mst underrated players in NFL history. He’s overdue for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.