Sid Luckman: Long before Ryan Fitzpatrick carried the flag for Ivy League QBs in the NFL, Luckman was tearing up the nation with the Chicago Bears via their T-formation. The Columbia tailback struggled at QB at first, but made a huge impact on the NFL with the Bears' 73-0 win over Washington in the 1940 title game. The Bears won four NFL titles in his 12 seasons. Luckman was league MVP in 1943 and he hit for seven TD passes vs. the Giants in a 56-7 rout. Thats two more TDs than Big 10 product Tom Brady has thrown in his past three games against the Giants.