Former Bills kicker Steve Christie had Super Bowl record broken… twice

Poor 49ers. They lost 25-22 in over to the Chiefs in Super Bowl 58.

In western New York, most of the sad tears were probably shed for Steve Christie.

The former Bills kicker previously held the NFL’s record for the longest kick in Super Bowl history. That one was from 54 yards.

Unfortunately, that 31-year record was not only snapped, but it was twice in Las Vegas. First, Niners rookie Jake Moody took the honor for about an hour. He converted from 55 yards.

Later on in the Super Bowl, the Chiefs’ Harrison Butker decided 57 yards sounds good too. He converted.

At least Christie’s record stuck around for a little longer than Moody’s…

All three attempts can be found below:

Steve Christie: 54 yards

Jake Moody: 55 yards

Harrison Butker: 57 yards

Story originally appeared on Bills Wire