Home FieldLambeau Field/Milwaukee County Stadium
349,262 attendance
49,895 average
Head CoachLombardi
General Manager Vince Lombardi
President Dominic Olejniczak
Owner Publicly Owned


1966 Season Note

As fierce competition between the AFL and NFL made player salaries skyrocket in both leagues, a league merger took place in 1966. Among the conditions was a common draft and a championship game, which would eventually become known as the Super Bowl.

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1966 Playoffs

1966 NFL Ed Thorp Memorial Trophy  SuperBowl Champions

1966 Standings

12-2 (.857) 1th place

NFL Western W L T Pct
x Packers   12 2 0 .857
Colts 9 5 0 .643
Rams 8 6 0 .571
49ers 6 6 2 .500
Bears 5 7 2 .429
Lions 4 9 1 .321
Vikings 4 9 1 .321

1966 Draft Picks

1 / 9 Jim Grabowski RB
1 / 13 Gale Gillingham T
2 / 30 Tom Cichowski T
3 / 45 Fred Heron T
3 / 46 Tony Jeter E
4 / 62 John Roderick WR
7 / 108 Ray Miller DE
8 / 124 Ken McLean WR
9 / 138 Ron Rector RB
10 / 154 Sam Montgomery DE
11 / 168 Ralph Wenzel G
12 / 184 Jim Mankins RB
13 / 198 Ed King LB
14 / 214 Ron Hanson WR
15 / 228 Grady Bolton T
16 / 244 Bob Schultz DE
17 / 258 David Hathcock DB
18 / 274 Jim Jones DE
19 / 288 Dave Moton WR
20 / 304 Ed Maras WR




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