Who Kicked the Longest Field Goal in Super Bowl History?

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The longest field goal in the history of super bowl was done by Steve Christie. The goal was 54 yard field goal and was done for the Buffalo Bills in a match against the Dallas Cowboys in the super bowl XXVIII.
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Norm Johnson . 46 yards in Super Bowl XXX.
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Tom Dempsey on November 8, 1970 & Jason Elam on October 25, 1998
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Buffalo Bills Steve Christie kicked a 54-yard field goal in Super Bowl XXVIII in 1994 in a 30-13 loss to the Dallas Cowboys.
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1. Steve Christie. 2.Bills. 3.Fred Jackson. 4.Marv Levy. 5.Coe.
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