Yes, I watched it regularly and thought it was great. You can see in the clips that the game was very different back then- it was played lower to the ground and players actually tried to tackle and wrap the opposition up rather than all of the shoulder blasting and spearing type tackle attempts you see today. Although today's players may be bigger, stronger and faster, I don't believe they are as tough as players were then and I don't believe they know the game as well either. I think that today's game could actually learn from the men who built the NFL- but that's not likely to happen because these guys today act like they actually know how the game should be played. What you see today is not parity- it is instead a lot of inconsistency and ineptitude.
"One and one are sometimes eleven."
used to love watching that on sunday morn as kid.......Csonka OJ etc