Last year, Cincinnati Bengals punter Kevin Huber was on the wrong end of a devastating hit delivered by Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Terence Garvin during a return touchdown by Antonio Brown. The result was a broken jaw for Huber and while Garvin wasn’t penalized for the hit, he was later fined $25,000. With the Steelers coming...Read More
It was ugly, but it was a win. The Cincinnati Bengals pulled out a 33-23 victory Sunday over the Jacksonville Jaguars at home in a game that could have easily been a trap game for Cincinnati. For the second week in a row, quarterback Andy Dalton made some questionable mistakes, the defense didn’t look like itself, and the Bengals found a way to keep it interesting towards the...
Kevin Huber is still in pretty rough shape from the bone-crushing hit that ended his season two weeks ago, but don’t expect that to ruin his holidays. The Bengals punter has been making light of his situation on Twitter, first changing his avatar to a shot of him getting blown up by Pittsburgh’s Terence Garvin and later tweeting out his “new match.com photo” of himself...
NFL Says Hit That Ended Bengals Punter Kevin Huber’s Season Was Illegal, Should Have Been 15-Yard Penalty
The huge block that ended Cincinnati punter Kevin Huber‘s season was an illegal one, the NFL announced on Tuesday. In the first quarter of Monday night’s game, Steelers linebacker Terence Garvin delivered a vicious hit on Huber during a punt return touchdown that left the punter with a broken jaw and a cracked vertebrae in his neck. The massive blow stirred up some controversy...
Bengals punter Kevin Huber says he'll have surgery on Friday to repair his broken jaw, which was injured during a 30-20 loss in Pittsburgh on Sunday night. Pittsburgh's Terence Garvin hit him in the jaw with his helmet during a block on a punt return. Bengals players were off Tuesday, but Huber visited Paul Brown Stadium. He told The Associated Press that he broke his jaw by the...
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On a night where absolutely nothing has been going right for the Cincinnati Bengals, punter Kevin Huber was leveled on a 67-yard punt return for a touchdown by Pittsburgh Steeler Antonio Brown. Reports were that Huber suffered a broken jaw on the play. Head on a swivel my friend! Below is the aftermath. 20 total views, 20 views today
Kevin Huber was forced to leave Sunday night’s game against the Steelers after taking a devastating hit. During the first period, the Bengals punter was on the receiving end of a crushing blow while trying to stop Antonio Brown on the return. Pittsburgh linebacker Terence Garvin delivered the massive hit, which sent the unsuspecting Huber crashing violently to the turf where he...
Cincinnati Bengals punter Kevin Huber suffered a fractured jaw after being demolished on a blindside hit during Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Antonio Brown returned Huber’s punt 67 yards for a touchdown late in the first quarter to give the Steelers a 21-0 lead. Huber was trying to track down Brown, but he didn’t […]
Cincinnati Bengals punter Kevin Huber got lit up during a punt return on Sunday night football. Huber kicked the ball to Antonio Brown of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Brown took the ball up the middle and during the return Steelers linebacker Terrence Garvin delivered a massive block to Huber. The punter went down and had to have medical attention. He left the field with a bloody mouth...
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