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NEW ORLEANS – JANUARY 11: Kansas City Chiefs’ defensive back Johnny Robinson #42 celebrates after a play during Super Bowl IV against the Minnesota Vikings at Tulane Stadium on January 11, 1970 in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Chiefs defeated the Vikings 23-7. (Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images)

79. Johnny Robinson leads league in interceptions (1966, 1970)

Robinson goes under the radar because he is not in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. It is truly a shame that he gets lost in the shuffle, even among many Chiefs fans who are not sure of the man from Louisiana. However, Robinson was a dominant safety throughout the 1960s and into the early 1970s after making the conversion from running back.

In 1966, Robinson intercepted a league-high 10 passes on the way to leading Kansas City into Super Bowl I. Robinson then repeated the feat in 1970 only one year before he retired, notching 10 more. Overall, Robinson finished his career with 57 interceptions, ranking him among the top 20 all-time.

Robinson was inducted into the Chiefs Hall of Fame and is in the Ring of Honor. He was a key piece to the Super Bowl IV win, causing two turnovers despite playing with broken ribs.

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