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In 2012 I want Cameron "Cam Fuggin" Newton

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Screw that, with our number 1 overall pick take Luck, a true potential franchise QB. We need to draft a real quarterback already, tired of second-6th round talent.

I was about to make this exact same comment. Also bring in his HC.

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I live in Auburn, and I'm an Auburn fan...I'd be in favor of this concept but wouldn't be shocked if he were Bust City...can't scramble against NFL-caliber LBs, and he's suspect against good pass defenses.

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Luck is doo-doo; The Golden Calf of Bristol had good numbers and a cartoon motion too. Cam is a TE. Locker was always a wtf is everybody talking about. Mallett implodes after even slight contact. D-LINE.

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Passer efficiency is over-rated in college. Yes, Newton has a higher passer efficiency rating but try to explain it with passing stats...

Pryor

Completion %: 68.0%

Yards: 1349

Touchdowns: 15

Interceptions: 3

Sacked: 11

Newton

Completion %: 64.8%

Yards: 1138

Touchdowns: 12

Interceptions: 5

Sacked: 7

So in terms of passing in college I do not know how you can make the claim that Newton is more efficient than Pryor has been. Pryor has a higher completion percentage, more yards, more touchdown passes, and less interceptions while being sacked more than Newton has been sacked.

Also, passing efficiency doesn't tend to lead to NFL success. The Golden Calf of Bristol was top 3 in the country one or two times and he won't make it as a QB in the pros. Kellen Moore isn't a pro QB. I could go on and on but its pointless.

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I'm calling he can't throw the ball that well....then again if he does develop into a solid passer look out for this guy

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Pryor vs Marshall, Ohio, Eastern Michigan, Indiana:

83-110 12 TDs 2 INTs

Pryor vs Miami (FL), Illinois, Wisconsin

35-71 3 TDs 2 INTs

Dude is ridiculously overhyped and the exact definition of a fraud. Newton >>>>>>> Pryor

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Watching him against LSU right now....yeah, I can see him in a Panthers uniform quite nicely.

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Posted · Hidden by Delhommey, August 1, 2012 - No reason given

CAM NEWTON UPDATE (Updated for 10/31/10)

Rankings

98th in attempts with 162 (Moved up 2 spots from last week)

85th in completions with 108 (Moved up 6 spots from last week)

17th in completian percentage at 66.7% (Moved up 17 spots from last week)

59th in yards with 1,573 (Moved up 1 spot from last week)

4th in yards per attempt at 9.7 (Dropped 2 spots from last week)

4th in longest pass play from scrimmage for 94 yards (Idle)

25 in touchdowns with 15 (Moved up 8 spots from last week)

73rd in interceptions thrown with 5 (lower number is better) (Idle)

65th in time's sacked with 5 (lower number is better) (Moved up 21 spots from 44th)

3rd in rating with a rating of 172.6 (Idle)

13th in rushing attempts with 168 (Dropped 5 spots)

4th in rushing yards with 1,122 (Dropped 2 spots)

23rd in yards per attempt with 6.7 (Dropped 3 spots)

37th in longest rush from scrimmage of 71 yards (Dropped 2 spots)

1st in rushing touchdowns with 14 (Idle)

2nd in total points with 90 (Idle)

He has a total of 30 rushing, passing, and receiving touchdowns this year.

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Allow me to take back "suspect against good pass defenses."

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Is he eligible to come out fo the draft this year?

One year at Florida

One year at Juco

One year at Auburn

is what hes done right? That would mean hes draft eligible this year I think.

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