Super Bowl II (2)
Green Bay Packers:
Half Time Show
Headliner: Grambling University Band.
Miami Orange Bowl
Date: August 16, 1970
Green Bay Packers
Green Bay, wins its third consecutive NFL championship, won the Super Bowl title for the second straight year, defeating the AFL champion Oakland Raiders in a game that drew the first $3-million gate in football history.
Bart Starr again was chosen the game's most valuable player as he completed 13 of 24 passes for 202 yards and one touchdown and directed a Packers' attack that was in control all the way after building a 16 - 7 halftime lead.
After Green Bay built a 13 - 0 lead in the second, Oakland made it close with Miller scoring on a touchdown pass from Lamoncia but Green Bay showed their killer instincts and salted the game away with a 43 yard field goal kick by Chandler. This was the closest Oakland would come this day to the Green Bay Packers as they scored 4 straight times before Oakland could get back on the scorecard in the fourth quarter.
Don Chandler kicked four field goals and all-pro cornerback Herb Adderley capped the Green Bay scoring with a 60-yard interception return. The interception made it the second straight year that an offensive miss queue by Green Bay's opponent resulted in some timely points.
The game marked the last for Vince Lombardi as Packers coach, ending nine years at Green Bay in which he won six Western Conference championships, five NFL championships, and two Super Bowls.