With eight seconds remaining in Super Bowl XXV and his Bills trailing the Giants by only one point, Scott Norwood took the field to attempt a 47-yard field goal that would have made his team champions. He missed wide-right and his name became synonymous with choking in the big moment. (As a long-time Bills fan, this moment REALLY hurt Still does.)
Scott Norwood's heartwrenching miss in the closing moments of Super Bowl XXV. In forty-eight Super Bowl contests thus far, this 47-yard FG attempt was the only one that carried with it the implications that it did: hit it, and your team wins; miss it, you lose. Norwood missed. Buffalo lost 20-19.
Super Bowl XX, Jan. 26, 1986 Jim McMahon Chicago Bears quarterback Jim McMahon is upended on a scramble by the New England Patriots defense. McMahon became the first quarterback to rush for two touchdowns in a Super Bowl; he threw for 256 yards in the 46-10 rout.