Dec. 31, 1967
1967 NFL Championship
Dallas at Green Bay
Temperature: 13 below zero
Packers 21, Cowboys 17
Bart Starr's iconic 1-yard sneak for a touchdown behind Jerry Kramer and Ken Bowman with 13 seconds left gave the Packers a victory in the famous Ice Bowl.
The touchdown capped a 12-play, 68-yard drive that started with 4 minutes, 50 seconds left in the game and trailing 17-14 after Dallas scored on a 50-yard halfback pass from Dan Reeves to Lance Rentzel.
"My proudest moment as a Packer would be the drive," Kramer told the Press-Gazette years later. "I wouldn't call that block that great of a block, but I'm extremely proud of the drive and the way that team performed. I think that drive epitomized the Green Bay Packers."
At Lambeau Field, 50,861 fans braved a wind chill of 46 below zero as Green Bay won its third straight NFL championship.
Two weeks later, Green Bay defeated Oakland in Super Bowl II.