Photo Credit: Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

By Zane Miller

On Sunday, January 15th, 1967, the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League defeated the Kansas City Chiefs of the American Football League 35-10 in Super Bowl I (known at the time as the AFL-NFL World Championship Game) to win the 47th championship in NFL history. It was the 10th championship for the Packers franchise, as Packers quarterback Bart Starr won the Super Bowl MVP Award. The game was held at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles.

The Baltimore Colts defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 20-14 in the 1966 Playoff Bowl on Sunday, January 8th, 1967 to claim third place in the overall standings. The game was held at the Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Bart Starr won the 1966 MVP Award with 14 passing touchdowns and 2257 passing yards.

Out of Playoffs: Cleveland Browns (9-5), St. Louis Cardinals (8-5-1), Los Angeles Rams (8-6), San Francisco 49ers (6-6-2), Washington Redskins (7-7), Chicago Bears (5-7-2), Pittsburgh Steelers (5-8-1), Minnesota Vikings (4-9-1), Detroit Lions (4-9-1), Atlanta Falcons (3-11), New York Giants (1-12-1)

Out in first round: Dallas Cowboys (L 34-27 to Packers)

Most passing touchdowns: #13 Frank Ryan (Browns)- 29 TD

Most rushing touchdowns: #44 Leroy Kelly (Browns)- 15 TD

Most receiving touchdowns: #22 Bob Hayes (Cowboys)- 13 TD

Most interceptions: #8 Larry Wilson (Cardinals)- 10 INT

Best field goal percentage (min. 11 attempts): #38 Sam Baker (Eagles)- 18 for 25, 72%

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