Of the four kickers listed above, the two that stand out to me are Yepremian and Norwood. Norwood missed a 47 yard field goal with eight seconds left in Super Bowl XXV that gave the New York Giants a 20-19 victory over the Buffalo Bills. Garo Yepremian may be responsible for the biggest blooper in Super Bowl history. With less than 3 minutes left in the fourth quarter of Super Bowl VII and the Miami Dolphins comfortably ahead of the Washington Redskins 14-0, Yepremian was sent out to attempt a 42 yard field goal to ice the game. The kick was blocked and the ball came straight back to Yepremian who, instead of simply falling on the ball, decided to attempt a pass. The ball slipped out of his hands, he then batted it up in the air, and it wound up in the hands of Redskin CB Mike Bass who returned it for a TD. Miami was able to hold on to a 14-7 victory to become the only team in NFL history to go undefeated throughout the regular and post season. But the Yepremian play will live on for generations.
If you mean the game was won by kicking a winning field goal, there are 3 I know of.
1. In the 1991 superbowl, the Giants beat the Bills 20 - 19 by kicking a late field goal.
2. In 2002 The patriots won with a fieldgoal kicked by Adam Vinatieri.
3. In 2004 The patriots again won with a FG by Vinatieri.
Shaun Suisham of the Pittsburg Steelers in Super Bowl XLV!! Go Steelers
Scott Norwood missed the field goal in the 1991 SuperBowl
Steve christie had the longest field goal in the Super Bowl.
The record is for missed field goals in a Super Bowl is 3 by Efren Herrera of the Cowboys in Super Bowl XII.
On Oct. 21, 2007 in the Tennessee vs. Houston game 8 field goals were missed in a single game by Houston.
Brett Favre has been injured, but he has never missed a NFL game in his career.
The most points scored in a NFL video game is 105 points.
the most uneven scoring game in the nfl is chicago bears 73 washington redskins 0
No NFL team has missed the playoffs with a 12-4 record or better; however, the San Francisco 49ers missed the playoffs at 12-2 in 1948, when they were a member of the AAFC. The Baltimore Colts in 1967 missed the playoffs at 11-1-2.
Since the NFL went to a 16 game regular season in 1978, the 1985 Denver Broncos and the 2008 New England Patriots are the only 11-5 NFL team to not have made the postseason through the 2008 season.