Expanding on NFL Network's "GameDay" programming on Sundays during football season, NFL GameDay Live updates viewers on what's happening throughout the league. Beginning with kickoff of early-afternoon events and continuing throughout late-afternoon contests, the studio show offers nearly immediate highlights of scoring and other notable plays. But the program is about more than the action; it intersperses highlights of press conferences, interviews with players and coaches, and live reports by announcers at game sites.
Runtime: 180 minutes
NFL GameDay Live - 1967 NFL Championship Game - Netflix
The 1967 National Football League Championship Game was the 35th NFL championship, played on December 31 at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin. It determined the NFL's champion, which met the AFL's champion in Super Bowl II, then formally referred to as the second AFL-NFL World Championship Game. The Dallas Cowboys (9-5), champions of the Eastern Conference, traveled north to meet the Western champion Green Bay Packers (9–4–1), the two-time defending league champions. It was a rematch of the previous year's title game, and pitted two future Hall of Fame head coaches against each other, Tom Landry for the Cowboys and Vince Lombardi for the Packers. Because of the adverse conditions in which the game was played, the rivalry between the two teams, and the game's dramatic climax, it has been immortalized as the Ice Bowl and is considered one of the greatest games in NFL history. Leading up to the 50th Anniversary of the game, NFL Films released an episode of its Timeline series about the events that day and the lasting impact. The episode is narrated and co-produced by filmmaker Michael Meredith, whose father Don Meredith was the QB for the Cowboys that day.
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