Cam Newton’s Touchdown Flip Is Even Better With The Spanish Broadcast

09.23.15 3 years ago 5 Comments

Cam Newton spent his Sunday afternoon confirming the rumors that he is in fact Superman. Newton executed an aerial maneuver for the ages when he took flight for a touchdown against the Texans. The helpless Houston defensive back couldn’t possibly have known that the 6-foot-5, 240-pound quarterback also moonlights as an Olympic gymnast. Football doesn’t get any more exciting than the Newton touchdown flip. It will be a permanent fixture on his career highlight tape. However, after unearthing the Panthers’ Spanish broadcast, the Newton touchdown flip takes on a whole new life.

There’s nothing more invigorating than an excellent Spanish play call. Generally these great calls are only heard during soccer matches, but every once in awhile a great NFL play call comes along. The Panthers’ Spanish broadcast is so enthusiastic it could actually make their wide receiver core appealing. This version of the play should replace the English version; Super Cam deserves that.

(Via Carolina Panthers)

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