They entered Super Bowl IV as 13-point underdogs. But the 1969 Kansas City Chiefs decisive victory over the Minnesota Vikings put to rest any questions as to whether the fledgling American Football League could compete against the established NFL. It also validated the careers of five future Hall of Fame players and their flamboyant head coach Hank Stram. To become world champions, Kansas City had to overcome more than it's share of adversity. Quarterback Len Dawson missed nearly half the season with a knee injury, then was forced to deal with family tragedy and a shocking news story. As told by Len Dawson, Jim Lynch and Willie Lanier, Americas Game chronicles the story of the 1969 Kansas City Chiefs from the players perspective taking you beyond the headlines of the day and putting you right onto the field. Produced by the Emmy-Award winning team at NFL Films, Americas Game is a must-see for any pro football fan. Buy yours today.