The Chiefs' defense shut down the Vikings' offense in Super Bowl IV, intercepting three passes and recovering two fumbles.
2 of 7Walter Iooss Jr./SI
Kansas City's defense limited Bill Brown and the Vikings' vaunted running attack to a mere 67 yards rushing in helping the AFL to its second straight title game win over the NFL.
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Nov. 24, 1969 SI Cover
4 of 7Walter Iooss Jr./SI
After losing the first Super Bowl to Green Bay in 1966, the Chiefs walked off the field at Tulane Stadium on Jan. 11, 1970 with a long-sought-after title for one of the AFL's greatest teams.
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Quarterback Len Dawson may have been named the game's MVP, but Super Bowl IV was won off the foot of Chiefs kicker Jan Stenerud, whose three first-half field goals helped pace Kansas City to a 16-0 halftime lead.
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Jan. 19, 1970 SI Cover
7 of 7Walter Iooss Jr./SI
While recording the most wins in AFL history, Hank Stram led the Dallas Texans and Kansas City Chiefs to AFL titles in 1962 and '66 respectively before guiding the Chiefs to the '69 AFL title and a Super Bowl win a few weeks later.
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