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Scott Norwood is auctioning off his AFC Title Rings

According to ESPN, Scott Norwood the notorious kicker from Buffalo is auctioning off his AFC Title rings.

SCP Auctions is auctioning off the 1990 and 1991 AFC title rings that were given to Norwood, formerly a Bills kicker. Had it not been for Norwood’s 47-yard field goal — his longest attempt on a grass field — that famously sailed wide right, the Bills would have defeated the New York Giants in Super Bowl XXV. The Bills went on to lose the next three Super Bowls as well in the franchise’s only four appearances.

The 1990 ring is expected to command more money, said Dan Imler, SCP Auctions vice president, because had Norwood not missed the kick in the Super Bowl at the end of that season, the Bills would have owned Super Bowl rings. Imler said the company’s conservative estimate for the 1990 ring is $15,000.

As a kicker and a Bills fan I truly want one.

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