Quarterback, halfback: 1947-51
Division All-Star: 1947
Jeff Nicklin Memorial Trophy (Most Outstanding Player, West Division): 1940
Bob Sandberg had one of the most spectacular rookie seasons in Bomber history. He joined the club in 1947 and not only led the league in scoring, but was the West Division’s Most Outstanding Player and led the team to the Grey Cup, which they lost to Toronto 10-9. He only played three years in Winnipeg before injuries forced him to retire, although he did return to the Saskatchewan Roughriders for a brief stint in 1951.