By John Turney
Not they have the left guard trapping the right defensive tackle (we think that is what they are trying to convey). But it was the right guard who did the trapping of Alan Page.
Also, the Chiefs were in split backs or "red" left. The play looks more like this—
Also, there is a trap action, but we don't see "power" as we underatand it and have called it. Power connotes a double team at the point of attack with (usually) a pulling guard to trap or even long trap a defensive linemen. As we mention the trap is there, but we don't see a double-team at the point of attack.
All we know is "65 Toss Power Trap" is the most recognizable name for a football play ever and you are going to hear it a lot over the next few weeks as we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Super Bowl IV with the Chiefs in Supber Bosl LIV.