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by: Esteban On  Thursday, September 24, 2015

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The Cam Newton touchdown flip from last weekend’s Houston-Carolina game is easily the best play of the 2015 NFL season so far. Newton tried to leap over a Texans defender, took a hit, got flipped all the way around, and landed on his feet in the endzone like a cat—a 250-pound, 6’4″ cat. It was absolutely incredible.

You know what would make it better, though? Hearing the play called in Spanish.

Don’t get me wrong, the guys who called the game in English on TV did a perfectly satisfactory job with it. But have you heard how Spanish language broadcasters call football games? They get excited about meaningless preseason field goals. Just imagine how they’d react to a play like the Cam Newton touchdown flip.

Actually, forget that. Don’t imagine it. Here is the actual call from the Spanish language radio broadcast of the Panthers-Texans game:

See? So much better, right?

Hat Tip – [The Big Lead]