65 Toss Power Trap Kansas City Chiefs Football Play
65 Toss Power Trap Kansas City Chiefs Football Play
65 Toss Power Trap Kansas City Chiefs Football Play
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65 Toss Power Trap Kansas City Chiefs Football Play

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This is a print of a football play called the "65 Toss Power Trap" which was run by the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl IV against the Minnesota Vikings on January 11, 1970. Hank Stram, the Chiefs legendary coach, was famously wired for sound for NFL Films and called the play. "65 Toss Power Trap. It might pop wide open." he said. It did and Mike Garrett's five-yard touchdown run put the game away for the Chiefs.

The image is printed on professional, acid free, archival matte fine art paper giving the image rich and vibrant colors.

Canvas prints are printed with UV-protected inks on museum-grade archival canvas (390 grams/square meter). They are mounted on a .75 inch wooden stretcher frame with pre-installed metal hooks. Canvas prints come ready to hang so there is no need to purchase a frame.

Prints are packaged in acid-free, moisture resistant sleeves, and shipped in rigid cardboard mailers.

Frames are for display purposes only and are not included. 

Also see this play from the Chiefs Super Bowl LIV win in 2020:

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