First, the Carolina Panthers quarterback stretched over the goal line, somehow managing to keep a grip on the very tip of the ball to sneak it over for the score. The touchdown gave the Panthers a second quarter lead over the Packers.
Gurley’s score for the St. Louis Rams may have taken a little more effort. The rookie running back was initially stopped as he tried jumping into the endzone, but Gurley bounced off the would-be tackler and scored off his second push toward the end zone. The touchdown was the Rams’ first score of the game.