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DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – At just 17 degrees below zero, offense was not going to be in a position to shine during the 1967 NFL Championship game at Lambeau Field, nicknamed the Ice Bowl.

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However, Dallas Cowboys halfback Dan Reeves was able to provide the longest play of the game, when he threw a 50-yard pass to Lance Rentzel. The fourth-quarter touchdown gave Tom Landry a 17-14 lead over Vince Lombardi’s Green Bay Packers.

While that play alone was not enough to vault the Cowboys to a victory, it does still stand as one of the greatest moments in Cowboys history.