23. 1966 Green Bay Packers
Season Results: 12-2, Won Super Bowl I
Throwing it all the way back to the first-ever Super Bowl champion, the Green Bay Packers hoisted the first “Lombardi Trophy” (before it was even called that) with Vince Lombardi himself patrolling the sidelines. Green Bay had just come off winning the 1965 championship, and were a heavy favorite to win the Super Bowl against the AFL’s Kansas City Chiefs.
The Packers raced to a 12-2 regular season record thanks to a league-best defense allowing just 11.6 PPG. QB Bart Starr won his one and only league MVP and led a star-studded offense which included Hall of Famers Paul Hornung, Forrest Gregg and Jerry Kramer. Starr threw for four touchdowns in the championship game versus Dallas, and earned Super Bowl MVP honors by throwing for two scores and 250 yards against the Chiefs.
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