'65 Toss Power Trap' is the most iconic play in Chiefs history

You can almost hear Chiefs coaching legend Hank Stram calling it now.

"65 Toss Power Trap" -- the running play that sealed Kansas City a win in Super Bowl IV -- is the team's most iconic play, according to Sporting News.

Here's what writer Todd Haislop wrote about the title-clinching call:

Jan. 11, 1970 -- "65 Toss Power Trap":

The Chiefs have one title, and it was sealed when Mike Garrett's five-yard touchdown run in the second quarter put the Vikings out of reach in Super Bowl IV. The play -- 65 Toss Power Trap -- is famous because Hank Stram called the touchdown. "It might pop wide open," he said. Kansas City led, 16-0, and went on to win, 23-7.

Stram was understandably giddy after the run. 45 years after the fact, Chiefs fans still are.

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