Yes! A blocked punt is a fumble simply because it can be advanced by which every team recovers said block. This is different then a punt returner who didn't made the catch (basically, doesn't gain possession of the ball). This is considered a "muff" and can be recovered but not advanced by either team.
Rush Pass Penalty Turnover on Downs Fumble Interception Blocked Punt Blocked FG Many variations of the list above
Only if there was a penalty against the team that blocked the punt, such as offsides.
Fair catch interference.
No. Statistically, the attempt and the negative yardage from a blocked punt should be assessed to the "Team," not the punter.
Through Week 12 of the 2008 season, for most returns (kickoff, punt, interception, fumble) that would be Deion Sanders with 19 (6 kickoff, 3 punt, 9 interception, 1 fumble). For kick returns (kickoff and punt) that would be Brian Mitchell with 13 (9 kickoff, 4 punt). Dante Hall has 12 (6 kickoff, 6 punt) and Eric Metcalf has 12 (10 punt, 2 kickoff). Devin Hester has 11 (7 punt, 4 kickoff).
In football, you can place kick, punt, pass, and pitch, even fumble.
Former Ravens Safety Ed Reed (#20) holds the Ravens franchise record for the most interceptions at 61.He also holds NFL and Ravens records for yards returned following interceptions, as well as being the only NFL player in history to return an interception, punt, blocked punt, and fumble for a touchdown.
Yes they can, although that is almost impossible.