Ted Ginn Jr.’s catch was originally ruled an incompletion, but replay confirmed he got both feet inbounds for this second-quarter touchdown in front of New Orleans Saints linebacker Craig Robertson on Thursday night at Bank of America Stadium.
Ted Ginn Jr.’s catch was originally ruled an incompletion, but replay confirmed he got both feet inbounds for this second-quarter touchdown in front of New Orleans Saints linebacker Craig Robertson on Thursday night at Bank of America Stadium. David T. Foster III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com
Ted Ginn Jr.’s catch was originally ruled an incompletion, but replay confirmed he got both feet inbounds for this second-quarter touchdown in front of New Orleans Saints linebacker Craig Robertson on Thursday night at Bank of America Stadium. David T. Foster III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com

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