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Punt return for TD

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They got away with a block in the back...Nortman should have pushed him out

And of course the obligatory... That's what happens when you actually start a real Punt Returner!

And it should have been a Touchback!!!! Fmylife

You've got to be fuggin kiddin me right now!!!

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he let go of the ball before he entered the endzone also. If all TDs are reviewed how come that wasn't corrected?

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All tds are reviewed.... Clearly reviewed means we'll look at what we want and disregard the rest. Smh

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Awful all around

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Did I not say for us to look at Holliday. 2 ret tds in two weeks.

Where's Adams. See the Return ability over the fumblin issue?

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I'm so sick of this poo! It's got to be a conspiracy against us the way this happens every damned week

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I'm so sick of this poo! It's got to be a conspiracy against us the way this happens every damned week

sure seems that way

he let go of the ball before he entered the endzone also. If all TDs are reviewed how come that wasn't corrected?

because we are the Panthers. The league/refs always treat us like crap and screw us.

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