Home FieldLambeau Field/Milwaukee County Stadium
369,104 attendance
52,729 average
Head CoachBengtson
General Manager Phil Bengtson
President Dominic Olejniczak
Owner Publicly Owned


1970 Season Note

The AFL and NFL were officially merged into a single league and renamed the AFC and NFC. Although the leagues agreed upon the merger and played in the Superbowl since 1966, this marked the beginning of single league, which included integration of regular season schedules.

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1970 Playoffs

Eliminated from Playoffs

1970 Standings

6-8 (.429) 4th place

NFC Central W L T Pct
x Vikings 12 2 0 .857
w Lions 10 4 0 .714
Bears 6 8 0 .429
Packers 6 8 0 .429

1970 Draft Picks

1 / 2 Mike McCoy DT
1 / 16 Rich McGeorge TE
2 / 41 Al Matthews DB
3 / 68 Jim Carter LB
4 / 93 Ken Ellis WR
4 / 96 Skip Butler K
5 / 120 Cecil Pryor DE
6 / 145 Ervin Hunt DB
7 / 172 Cleo Walker C
8 / 197 Tim Mjos RB
9 / 224 Bob Reinhard G
10 / 249 Russ Melby DT
10 / 251 Frank Patrick TE
11 / 276 Dan Hook LB
12 / 301 Frank Foreman WR
13 / 328 Dave Smith RB
14 / 353 Bob Lints G
15 / 380 Mike Carter WR
16 / 405 Jim Heacock DB
17 / 432 Lawrence Krause RB




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