The Carolina Panthers Enabled The Longest Punt Return In Super Bowl History. Why?


One of the oddities of Super Bowl 50  no one wants to dissect  is the historic sixty-one-yard punt return by the Patriots’ Josh Norwood.

Taking nothing away from Norwood’s talents, skills, and historic accomplishments, I’ve got to say “brother you had help on this one” and it came from the Carolina Panthers.

The ball is punted to Norwood. He does NOT signal fair catch. He catches the ball half surrounded by Panther defenders. They let him go. Get the 411 HERE ->>  Soup 2 Nuts Media: The Carolina Panthers Enabled The Longest Punt Return In Super Bowl History. Why?

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