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This was "The Toughest Call In Football"

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I just saw this on Twitter and thought I would post this, it's really funny looking back that this was even a debate.

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I've been looking at Cam Newton threads on other sites recently. It's a shame that no one wants to admit how good he is. Everyone is in denial it seems. Some even go as far as saying we should have taken Gabbert. ( People also said we should have traded down for The Golden Calf of Bristol )

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Just fuging look at Gabberts expression. It's like he already looks scared of getting demolished behind the Jags O-line. Meanwhile Cam's just like...yeah, I got this.

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And Locker looks like he should be playing the bully in a high school movie or something

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Peyton Manning vs Ryan Leaf was supposed to be a tough choice too.

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I've been looking at Cam Newton threads on other sites recently. It's a shame that no one wants to admit how good he is. Everyone is in denial it seems. Some even go as far as saying we should have taken Gabbert. ( People also said we should have traded down for The Golden Calf of Bristol )

You're kidding right?

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Yeah, it really emphasizes how much we and the media tend to "overthink" things. Luckily or scouting staff knew what it was doing. 

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But if we would have taken Gabbert we would have had awesome hair at the QB position

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I've been looking at Cam Newton threads on other sites recently. It's a shame that no one wants to admit how good he is. Everyone is in denial it seems. Some even go as far as saying we should have taken Gabbert. ( People also said we should have traded down for The Golden Calf of Bristol )

They were in different drafts

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