They also wore them below the TV numbers on their warm-weather mesh purple jerseys—
But for the home uniforms, they wore them on the shoulder, as most teams did—
Except for Carl Eller, who usually wore it properly—
But at least once wore his jersey backward and the NFL-50 patch was on his right shoulder—
In the1969 team photo Paul Krause did, too—
So, the Viking advance to the Super Bowl and were to wear the white roadies versus the AFL Champions the Kansas City Chiefs. So, after the Vikings wore them below the TV numbers the whole season when they got to the Super Bowl and the NFL said they had to be on the shoulder.
So, on the Tuesday before the game the Viking seamstress moved them all to where the NFL wanted them.