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Jeremy Chinn, a rookie linebacker for the Carolina Panthers, scooped up a Kirk Cousins fumble and returned it 17 yards for a touchdown. Carolina’s kickoff resulted in a touchback, and on the first play of the next series, as the broadcast crew attempted to recap Chinn’s previous touchdown, he helped force a Dalvin Cook fumble before picking the ball up and taking it 30 yards for his second score. Chinn became the first player with multiple fumble returns for a touchdown in a game since Fred Evans did it for Chicago in 1948. Chinn is also believed to be the first defensive player in NFL history to score touchdowns on consecutive snaps. Now that was some nice Chinn music.
Grinding Out The Profits
From this week’s PLAYBOOK Football Newsletter: The South Carolina Gamecocks were missing more than two dozen players in last week’s 45-16 home loss to Georgia. Nearly 20 players couldn’t play because of injuries or COVID-19 issues. Another seven players have opted out, several since the school fired coach Will Muschamp two weeks ago. Meanwhile Gamecocks interim coach Mike Bobo is riding a 0-8 ATS losing skein.