Though he, like Bobby Dillon after him, had sight in just one eye, Irv Comp set a Green Bay Packers record with 10 interceptions in his rookie season — 1943.
In 1944, the 6’3”, 200-pound Comp threw for over 1,000 yards, which led the league, and 12 touchdowns. He led the Packers to that season’s NFL championship win over the New York Giants.
A prolific passer at tiny St. Benedict College, Comp was a Milwaukee native. He with the Packers for seven seasons, from 1943-’49.