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January 27 1991 Tampa Stadium Tampa Florida Super Bowl 25 The New York Giants playing the Buffalo Bills in arguably the most exciting game in Super Bowl history Back and forth the two hulking teams went every yard a struggle every first down a relief In front of 73813 fans and millions watching worldwide the table is set for a hero or a goat to take form The Giants score a touchdown to make it 20 to 19 in their favor and their defense holds the kick return to relatively short yards The bruising New York defense digs in to make its final stand and hopefully become Super Bowl champions Legendary Bills quarterback Jim Kelly articulates an eighty-yard drive down field with but two seconds left on the clock The field goal unit is sent on to the field as millions anxiously await the referees whistle Scott Norwood a local boy born in Miami is the Bills field goal kicker The spot leaves Norwood with a forty-seven yard attempt to win the Super Bowl for the championship starved city of Buffalo Norwood had made his previous field goal attempt measured at forty-five yards so this kick is but a formality With one snap of a football time stood still for all involved including I watching this game at home The kick is up and in the air is a sense of calm the crowd is about to either erupt with joy or sadness As Al Michaels of ABC sports put it wide right wide right And just like that the weight of the game the city of Buffalo fell on the shoulders of a kicker from Miami Scott Norwood will always be remembered for the kick heard round the world and how he missed the most important kick of his life What happened to the nearly perfect Scott Norwood that day Was it a bad hold could it be he was not ready or did
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