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Ashley Fox article on Cam Newton

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How can someone ask on one hand whether Cam makes his teammates better and also mention Ginn's huge leap from San Francisco and not put two and two together?

 

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How can someone ask on one hand whether Cam makes his teammates better and also mention Ginn's huge leap from San Francisco and not put two and two together?

 

Valid, but overall it's a pretty fairly written article.

 

Don't actually know much about Ashley Fox, to tell the truth, but the whole of the article here is decent.

 

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She has the name of a porn star.

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Every year is a new year that Cam has to "prove himself." Lazy Journalism is lazy.

 

You don't think it's fair to say that having to start over with a rebuilt receiving corps (probably without being able to work with them in OTAs because of the ankle) is a challenging scenario?

 

I don't necessarily read it being said that he has to "prove himself" as it is whether or not he can show he's on the same level as a guy like Tom Brady (who's mentioned in this article frequently, which I find annoying).

 

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excerpt and synopsis for those who like reading excerpts and synopses instead of clicking on links?

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Do these people who praise Brady nonstop ever actually watch him during a game? Dude rips heads off all the damn time.

I'd prefer Cam's sad towel to Brady's shouting matches anyday.

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I guess we should have kept McClain and Fua because they were "familiar" and had "chemistry" with the D line.

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