NEW ORLEANS, LA – JANUARY 11: Len Dawson #11 of the Kansas City Chiefs drops back to pass against the Minnesota Vikings during Super Bowl IV on January 11, 1970 at Tulane Stadium in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Chiefs won the Super Bowl 23-7. (Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images)
3. 65 Toss Power Trap (1969)
Anybody who knows even the slightest bit of Kansas City Chiefs history knows all about this play call. In the week leading up to Super Bowl IV, NFL Films wanted to do something never done before. They wanted to mic up a coach in a championship game, and Ed Sabol found a willing partner in Chiefs head coach Hank Stram, known for his bright and interesting personality. Stram agreed to do the deed, but with the understanding that none his players would know about it.
In the game, Kansas City took an early 9-0 lead over the Minnesota Vikings on three Jan Stenerud field goals. In the second quarter, the Chiefs recovered a Vikings field goal deep in Minnesota territory and scored the first touchdown of the game on a Mike Garrett run. Famously, the play was called 65 Toss Power Trap, one of the most iconic audio moments in football history. The Chiefs would go on to win the game, 23-7, and the audio would be made famous in the spring when NFL Films released their highlight video of the game.
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