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ESPN steals a record from the Panthers

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Though not one we'd necessarily want to keep; they said that Brandon McDonald's 98 yard INT return was the longest non-TD INT return in NFL history. NOT SO FAST! I remember a game in the Mile High City, 2004...

Despite the loss, Peppers will surely get a game ball -- maybe a bottle of oxygen, too -- for his 101-yard trek that goes down as the longest interception return in NFL history to not result in a touchdown.

http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/recap?gameId=241010007

ESPN, can't even give us credit for our ignominious records!

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I thought the same thing when I heard them say it...but didn't care too much.

That record means that he was the player who did the most/went the farthest, to have nothing come of it.

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lol, I remember that play. Pep was out of gas and caught absolute hell.

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Those were the good ol' days. Maybe Pep will do something like that or the Vick sack/ forced fumble/ interception in the Super Bowl!!

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pep was so unbelievably fast on that play.

any other stadium he would have scored.

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pep was so unbelievably fast on that play.

any other stadium he would have scored.

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Found the play: [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yprtuIx_F9o[/ame]

Go to 1:33 in (actually, watch the whole thing because it's fuging awesome!).

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I was thinking the same thing, but couldn't recall the exact yardage.

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