Another Super Bowl Sunday is upon us. The Packers are watching the game on television like the rest of us, so I thought it might be worthwhile to take a quick look back at an often-overlooked moment of that first NFL/AFL Championship Game; the coin toss at midfield:
Willie Davis and tackle Bob Skoronski shaking hands with their Kansas City counterparts. Interesting that they're both wearing their helmets while both Chiefs are carrying theirs.
That crown-on-a-football graphic is about the closest thing that game had to a logo.
How times have changed since that afternoon at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on January 15, 1967. Not only the Big Game's logos, but the toss itself. Here's the coin flip from Super Bowl XLV: