By now, you’ve seen safety Antoine Winfield Jr.’s infamous peace sign he gave to Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill during Super Bowl LV. It was a heat-of-the-moment gesture as Winfield came up with a crucial pass breakup and wanted to playfully remind Hill of his actions the last time the two teams met in Week 12. Hill had, after backflipping into the end zone in front of Winfield, given him a peace sign, which had come to be one of Hill’s signature celebrations. The referee threw a flag for unsportsmanlike conduct at the time and the NFL subsequently fined Winfield $7,815 for the gesture. Today, our good friends over at FOCO took notice of that play and manufactured a unique bobblehead for us collectors.
Winfield is standing in his pose after making that huge play against Hill. The backdrop displays the Tampa Bay Buccaneers flag with logo the logo front and center. What’s a Super Bowl bobblehead without a championship ring? Of course FOCO added the shiny silver ring to the front of the base. Due to NFL restrictions as they wouldn’t approve the “peace” sign, FOCO was only allowed to do the one finger hold up.
This item is currently on pre-order and holds a price tag of $50.00 with an expected delivery date of no longer than July of 2021. Only #231 of these will be manufactured so grab one quick using the link below.