Bill Haber / Associated Press
This was the first of four consecutive Super Bowl losses for the Bills and the only time they weren't blown out. The Giants slowed Buffalo's high-powered no-huddle offense by possessing the ball for a Super Bowl record 40 minutes and 33 seconds behind the rushing of MVP Ottis Anderson (102 yards). Buffalo had the ball for less than eight minutes in the second half, but still had a chance to win on the last play of the game. The Bills started their last drive from their 10-yard line with 2:16 remaining, quarterback Jim Kelly driving Buffalo to the Giants' 29 with eight seconds to go. However, Scott Norwood missed a 47-yard field goal, wide right, by just a couple feet.