The 1942 All-Pro Team consisted of American football players who were chosen by various selectors for the All-Pro team for the 1942 football season. Teams were selected by, among others, the "official" All-Pro team announced by the NFL and selected by a committee of nine reporters (NFL),[1] the Associated Press (AP),[2] the International News Service (INS),[3] and the New York Daily News (NYDN).[4]


Position Player Team Selector(s)
Quarterback Sid Luckman Chicago Bears NFL-1, AP-1, INS-1, NYDN-1
Quarterback Sammy Baugh Washington Redskins AP-1, INS-1 [halfback], NYDN-1
Quarterback Cecil Isbell Green Bay Packers AP-2, NFL-1, NYDN-1
Halfback Bill Dudley Pittsburgh Steelers NFL-1, AP-1, INS-1, NYDN-1
Fullback Gary Famiglietti Chicago Bears NFL-1, INS-1
Fullback Andy Farkas Washington Redskins AP-1
End Don Hutson Green Bay Packers NFL-1, AP-1, INS-1, NYDN-1
End Bob Masterson Washington Redskins NFL-1
End George Wilson Chicago Bears AP-1, NYDN-1
End Ed Cifers Washington Redskins INS-1
Tackle Willie Wilkin Washington Redskins NFL-1, AP-1, NYDN-1
Tackle Lee Artoe Chicago Bears NFL-1, AP-1, NYDN-1
Tackle Ed Kolman Chicago Bears INS-1
Tackle Bruiser Kinard Brooklyn Dodgers INS-1
Guard Dan Fortmann Chicago Bears NFL-1, AP-1, INS-1, NYDN-1
Guard Monk Edwards New York Giants NFL-1, INS-1
Guard Riley Matheson Cleveland Rams AP-1
Guard Milt Simington Pittsburgh Steelers NYDN-1
Center Bulldog Turner Chicago Bears NFL-1, AP-1, INS-1, NYDN-1


  1. ^ "Cecil Isbell Again Named On Official All-Pro Team". Lafayette (IN) Journal and Courier. January 13, 1943. p. 12.
  2. ^ Dillon Graham (December 8, 1942). "Packers' Don Hutson Heads Grid Choices". Arizona Republic. p. 11.
  3. ^ Jack Mahon (December 8, 1942). "Frank Kinard On All-Pro Team of '42". Clarion-Ledger. p. 9.
  4. ^ "1943 NFL All-Pros". Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved April 6, 2017.