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One of five men in NFL history to win at least four league passing titles and the only one to win consecutive passing titles in two different decades, 1974-75 and 1981-82. His icy precision not only made him the Bengals all-time leading passer with 32,838 yards, but also the NFL's first 70-percent passer for a season in the post-merger era in 1982. When he retired, the four-time Pro Bowler was the NFL's all-time leader in completion percentage for a season (70.55), post-season career (66.3) and in a game with more than 20 pass attempts when he hit the Steelers for 90.9 on 20 of 22 passing in a 1974 game. His 16 seasons are the most by a Bengal and his 192 games are the most by a Bengals offensive player in a career highlighted by leading the Bengals to their first Super Bowl while winning the NFL MVP and passing title in 1981. For his contributions off the field he was named NFL Man of the Year in 1975 and he is still active in the community with the Ken Anderson Alliance bringing awareness to adult autism.

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