WHY CAM WILL BE OUT OF FOOTBALL BY 2015
numbaonecamfan Nov 6, 10:04 p.m.
cam newton aint but 21 he guna b playin till his 40's
numbaonecamfan Nov 6, 10:05 p.m.
TarheelStateNative Nov 7, 10:43 p.m.
Maybe they should lose the rest of games and draft Sean Renfree.
numbaonecamfan Nov 8, 12:42 a.m.
NFL defence is not gonna catch up with him cause i been watchin everygame game and he dont even bother navigating in the pocket he just absorbs every qb sack if any like once in a blue moon other than late hits i mean u can think wut u want but dudes not lettin em play em
GhostofSmitty Nov 8, 1:38 a.m.
Luck is an unknown and yes, at this point I will take Cam. Every expert out there says the kids is light years ahead of where he should be or they thought he would be. Cam is doing things that he did not have to do in college. Dilfer raves about the guy and he has the MENTAL ability to grasp the position and excel. His teamates love playing with him and believe in him and his off the field behavior has been outstanding. He is a passing QB that can run, Vince was a running QB that could pass. Big diff. And as Dilfer said, some guys are just born to throw a football, Newton is one of them. Get the O line healthy and give Newton a training camp and watch out.
cherokeetomahawk Nov 17, 1:17 p.m.
I cannot imagine. He was certainly the best player money could buy at Auburn.
robster Nov 21, 8:21 a.m.
What's going to be funny is when the Panthers have the worse record in the NFL again this year and have the top pick in the draft. Will they get rid of one ineffective rookie QB for anothere one? Should be interesting...stay tuned...
numbaonecamfan Nov 22, 12:36 a.m.
panthers never been a superbowl team this is the panthers greatest offensive year ever with cam at qb. honestly this the best they ever been, they may be lacking defensively compared to previous years but thats only cause peppers went to chicago. smith and williams are getting their max potential with a superbowl qb. so no matter how u look at it, this is the panthers best offensive year ever. the defence just needs to step theyre game up and take some pressure off the qb, aswell as the offensive line provide more coverage to allow better throws. quit hatin.
NC State #1 Fan Nov 23, 10:49 a.m.
I think Newton will have a great career. We will get a top ten draft pick this year and draft a receiver to help him out. Our poor record has been because of the injuries we have had on defense.
rherring23 Nov 27, 9:29 p.m.
Newton will be a very good qb. Sure the NFL teams will adapt their defenses against him next year, but he will also adapt, you can already see signs of that. This is still a young qb, he has a beat up offensive line, he did not have a full pre-season to get ready for the NFL and that is a real big deal in going from college to pro. He does not seem to have a run first mentality as the qbs he is being compared to. Also he has a very strong arm and his accuracy will improve. The only way he wil be out of football is if he gets injured. Saying he got by against college teams is kind of funny, he was a college player playing against college player from Alabama, LSU, Georgia, etc. Now he is a pro player playing against pro players from Alabama, LSU, Georgia, etc. No difference, they have progressed from college, but so has he.
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