Gino Cappelletti passed away on Thursday. Playing in the era when teams were still debating the merits of kicking specialists, he played for the Patriots as a wide receiver, kicker and defensive back. Five times he finished seasons with at least 10 field goals and 5 touchdowns (making him solid gold in the handful of fantasy leagues that were playing in the '60s). Who is the only other player in league history with more than two such seasons?
Paul Hornung, Green Bay Packers. Hornung did it three times in the ‘60s. Paddy Driscoll did it twice in the ‘20s, and Doak Walker did it twice in the early ‘50s. Cappelletti had the last such season, with 16 field goals and 6 touchdowns in 1966 (the first season of the Super Bowl era).
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