Quarterback Football Cards

Image Set # Card Title/Players Pro Team Position College Honors Notes Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards
1948 Bowman Paul Christman 1948 Bowman 44 Paul Christman Chicago Cardinals quarterback Missouri College Hall of Fame 1956 Rookie card

Christman placed third in voting for the Heisman Trophy in 1939, and fifth in 1940. See my page of football cards of Heisman candidates.
1948 Bowman Frank Reagan 1948 Bowman 55 Frank Reagan New York Giants quarterback, defensive back Pennsylvania Rookie card

Reagan intercepted 10 passes in 1947, tying Frank Seno for most in the NFL.
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1948 Bowman Jim Hardy 1948 Bowman 56 Jim Hardy Los Angeles Rams quarterback USC Rookie card

Hardy had 8 passes intercepted in a game in 1950. That is still an NFL record.
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1948 Bowman Joe Sulaitis 1948 Bowman 64 Joe Sulaitis New York Giants end, quarterback Rookie card PSA 6
1948 Bowman Boley Dancewicz 1948 Bowman 74 Boley Dancewicz Boston Yanks quarterback Notre Dame Rookie card

Dancewicz placed sixth in voting for the Heisman Trophy in 1945. See my football cards of Heisman candidates page.
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1948 Bowman Perry Moss 1948 Bowman 83 Perry Moss Green Bay Packers quarterback Tulsa, Illinois Rookie card
1948 Bowman John Clement 1948 Bowman 86 John Clement Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback SMU Rookie card
1948 Bowman Bill Garnaas 1948 Bowman 90 Bill Garnaas Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Minnesota Rookie card, short print
1948 Bowman Fred Enke 1948 Bowman 98 Fred Enke Detroit Lions quarterback Arizona Rookie card ex
1948 Bowman Harry Gilmer 1948 Bowman 99 Harry Gilmer Washington Redskins quarterback Alabama College Hall of Fame 1993 Rookie card, short print vg-ex
1948 Bowman Sid Luckman 1948 Bowman 107 Sid Luckman Chicago Bears quarterback Columbia College Hall of Fame 1960, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1965 Rookie card
1948-52 Exhibit Frankie Albert 1948-52 Exhibit 1 Frankie Albert quarterback, coach Stanford College Hall of Fame 1956 Albert played seven seasons for the 49ers: four in the AAFC and three in the NFL.
1948-52 Exhibit Sammy Baugh 1948-52 Exhibit 3 Sammy Baugh quarterback, coach TCU Redskins Ring of Fame, College Hall of Fame 1951, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1963 Baugh, Ki Aldrich, and L.D. Meyer were the MVPs of the first Cotton Bowl Classic, played on January 1, 1937.
1948-52 Exhibit Paul Christman 1948-52 Exhibit 6 Paul Christman quarterback Missouri College Hall of Fame 1956
1948-52 Exhibit Charley Conerly 1948-52 Exhibit 9 Charley Conerly quarterback Mississippi College Hall of Fame 1966, Giants Ring of Honor 2010
1948-52 Exhibit Otto Graham 1948-52 Exhibit 18 Otto Graham quarterback Northwestern College Hall of Fame 1956, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1965, Browns Ring of Honor 2010 According to his biography at ottograham.net, Graham weighed 14 pounds, 12 ounces at birth--then an Illinois state record for a boy.
1948-52 Exhibit Jack Jacobs 1948-52 Exhibit 24 Jack Jacobs quarterback, halfback Oklahoma Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1963
1948-52 Exhibit Bobby Layne 1948-52 Exhibit 27 Bobby Layne quarterback Texas Pro Football Hall of Fame 1967, College Hall of Fame 1968, Steelers Legends Team Layne and Doak Walker were teammates at Highland Park High School in Dallas, Texas. See the Gallery's High School Teammates page.
1948-52 Exhibit Clyde LeForce 1948-52 Exhibit 28 Clyde LeForce quarterback Tulsa
1948-52 Exhibit Sid Luckman 1948-52 Exhibit 29 Sid Luckman quarterback Columbia College Hall of Fame 1960, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1965
1948-52 Exhibit John Lujack 1948-52 Exhibit 30 John Lujack quarterback Notre Dame Heisman Trophy 1947, College Hall of Fame 1960
1948-52 Exhibit Chuck Ortmann 1948-52 Exhibit 36 Chuck Ortmann quarterback, halfback Michigan
1948-52 Exhibit George Ratterman 1948-52 Exhibit 40 George Ratterman quarterback Notre Dame
1948-52 Exhibit Y.A. Tittle 1948-52 Exhibit 49 Y.A. Tittle quarterback LSU Pro Football Hall of Fame 1971, 49ers Hall of Fame 2009, Giants Ring of Honor 2010 Tittle and Al Baldwin were the MVPs of the 1947 Cotton Bowl Classic.
1948-52 Exhibit Frank Tripucka 1948-52 Exhibit 51 Frank Tripucka quarterback Notre Dame Broncos Ring of Fame 1986