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Looking for the best Dallas Cowboys blog? Look no further. You found it. Congratulations! Silver and BlueBlood - The Essential Dallas Cowboys Blog | Totally Biased * Highly Opinionated * Unapologetic Green Bay Packers fans and NFL fans in general over the age of 50 remember Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Jethro Pugh for one defining moment. That moment came in the NFL championship game in 1967. The Ice Bowl The Pro Football Hall of Fame site summarizes what happened on a frigid day and a frozen field in Green Bay, Wisconsin, December 31, 1967: Pro football fans in Green Bay, Wisconsin have always been recognized as a loyal and hearty bunch. But one wouldn’t have faulted even the most loyal “Packer Backer” if he’d decided not to attend the 1967 NFL Championship game between the Packers and Dallas Cowboys. Played at Lambeau Field on December 31, the temperature at game time registered a frigid 13 degrees below zero. Nonetheless, more than 50,000 parka-clad fans braved the elements th...
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