Since then, opponents haven't dared to test the cornerback.
"I kind of do (miss being thrown to)," Norman said, via The Charlotte Observer. "I'm not going to lie. At first I was like, man, but now I kind of do. I want to be a part of the game. Now it's trying to find other ways."
"I saw where it was a quick switch (and the) tight end was running," Norman said after the game. "I can't believe Bradford threw the ball. I was right there underneath him. I thought he was going to throw it on the back shoulder and that's why I was trailing him then he threw it inside so I had to make a play on it.
"I couldn't really go with my other hand, even though I was thinking it at the time. Knock it down and they got three points. It was big going into halftime."
"That speaks for itself, in my opinion, if they're not going to throw his direction," Panthers defensive coordinator Sean McDermott said. "You know, hey, that to me is the greatest sign of respect an offense can give someone."