Green Bay Packers vs. Dallas Cowboys "The Ice Bowl" (Winning TD) Premium Poster Print - Photofile

Green Bay Packers vs. Dallas Cowboys "The Ice Bowl" (Winning TD) Premium Poster Print - Photofile

  • USD $54.95
Publisher: Photofile Inc.
Size: 20" x 24"
Condition: Brand New! Printed on professional-quality matte photographic stock.

Item #: PF-L559

Take a step back in time, to the glorious Lombardi era, and one of the most legendary moments in Packers, and NFL, history! This spectacular black-and-white Photofile classic takes you back to the bitter New Year's Eve Day at the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field - December 31, 1967, and the NFL Championship Game pitting the Packers against the Dallas Cowboys. Despite being a warm-weather team that hadn't played a game at Lambeau in seven years, the Cowboys went punch-for-punch against the favoured hometown heroes, and took a 17-14 lead into the final five minutes of the fourth quarter. Then, Bart Starr took the ball, and took over. One brilliant decision after another brought him to the edge of glory: third-and-goal from the 6, with 13 seconds left to play. With everyone expecting a roll-out pass, Starr did the unthinkable on the icy footing of Lambeau: he had Jerry Kramer lead a wedge play, and kept the ball to try to win the game himself. Punching his way through, Starr held tight, crossed the goal line, and SNAP! The moment of victory was preserved for all-time, and is now available for your wall!

Commemorate the historic, legendary Lambeau moment of 1967 in style with this classic black-and-white print of the moment of victory for Lombardi's dominating NFL squad. Printed from the original photographic source in this huge 20"x24" edition exclusively for, and complete with official NFL Properties hologram, this is a spectacular fully-licensed print, perfect for a nice frame and a prominent place on the wall of home, office, bar, restaurant, or man-cave. A must for any true fan of old-school football, the Green Bay Packers, and the legendary Lombardi era!

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