Super Bowl XXV | January 27, 1991 – More NFC dominance and the beginning of the Bills losing heritage. The New York Giants became the first and only team to win a Super Bowl by one point, as Scott Norwood’s field goal attempt sailed wide right in Tampa and the Giants won their third Super Bowl 20-19. Giants running back Ottis Anderson won the MVP, running for 102 yards and a touchdown.
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 w
After Scott Norwood missed a 25-yard field goal on Buffalo’s opening drive, Miami struck quickly with a 43-yard touchdown pass from Marino to WR Mark Clayton on a flea-flicker play. Description from fs64sports.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Scott Norwood ('82) for a short time ranked as the top scorer in Buffalo Bills history, a key part of dominant NFL teams in the late 80s and early 90s. He connected for 133 field goals in his NFL career and reached the Pro Bowl in 1988.
Super Bowl XXV (Giants 20, Bills 19): Dejected Bills kicker Scott Norwood walks off the field after missing a 47-yard field goal on the last play of the game, clinching a victory for the New York Giants.