‘What did we just see?’: Hubbard fumble return turns Wild Card game on its head

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With the ball on the one-yard line, you’d expect if a team were to score, it would be the offensive side.

Well, on Sunday at Paycor Stadium, the defence added six points to the board.

With the score tied 17-17, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley tried to go overtop the Cincinnati Bengals’ defence, only to have the ball punched out by Logan Wilson.

Sam Hubbard was in the perfect spot as the ball fell into his arms, and he immediately took it back for the longest fumble return touchdown in NFL post-season history.

The sports world immediately responded to the unexpected swing in the game, which ultimately won it for the Bengals.

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