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What about Cam will revolutionize the game?

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I dont think Cam will revolutionize the game, but I believe he can add something to it that nobody has seen before thats swagg. TheGreatestofalltimeCam hit the nail on the head. His swagg can translate into leadership ability. He has that charisma to lead his team and make them believe they can win. its just something about that excites you and the whole team. Cam is a very confident individual, confidence can take you along way. If you dont believe in yourself nobody would.Us in Carolina never had anybody of this type and it so much riding on this guy to be good.

I dont believe cam will revolutionize the game. But i truly believe he can revolutionize the quarterback position. Cam has all the gifts that a QB would want to have, he has special talent and physcial attributes meaning a strong arm been very tall and faster then i expected. Tell me one QB who wouldnt want to have any of those things.You might get one but not all. If cam wonts to be succesful its really up to him. He needs to improve in the passing aspect of the game, he needs to develope into a real pocket passer. Its not going to hurt him but only make him better as a complete QB. But we all have to realize that it is a process and its going to take time.But if he does be able to add that, then he will be able to utlize his running ablities when he wants to. Not because he cant pass but just can run.

I believe his key to success would be if he works hard enough and learn the game, the mental aspect of the game. He needs to learn to read coverages if he doesnt know how. He needs to also learn whats the point of running a certain particular play and why is this the best play to beat a defense. Peyton Manning does this all the time. Thats why he is the hardest QB in the league to gameplan for.

Am im saying that one day cam will be able to do all this stuff no. But I believe if he really sets his mind to it and develop into a good passer not only passer but leader Cam can be a good QB in the NFL and our team can be competitive year in and year out in the toughest division in football.

Brady, Manning, Rodgers, Brees, ect. Plenty of QBs excite their team and make them believe they can win. How is Cam's "swag" adding anything to the game?

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Players like Young, Vick, and Mcnabb revolutionized the game with their game breaking abilities. ie: scrambling, running, and making plays outside of the pocket. (Aaron Rodgers fits the mold too)

Cam is a physical specimen that the Quarterbacking World has never seen. He has a rocket arm, and the speed of your average Wideout/RB/Skills Player to boot.

Once he rounds all of that out into a complete package he'll be a force to be reckoned with. imho his lowest ceiling is a Mcnabb clone.

His highest would be a solid combination of Mcnabb, and Big Ben with more speed.

Let Vick be Cam's size all the while retaining his 4.2 speed, we'd all be clamoring as to how he's the Jordan of Football.

Cam has that potential.

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Indeed, you are right his team won the game. But, like i said. He didnt do anything in the second half. His play action was shut down and his game turned into a shell.

Im not trying to hate on Cam. Just want to see him succeed with his passing and hope that he doesnt sputter like i saw in that game. Imagine if carolina finally had a franchise worthy QB like brady or manning. we would be unstoppable.

As far a the O-Line goes. I hope your right.

He didn't do anything??

Newton accounted for 74 yards on Auburn's clock-chewing final drive, setting up Wes Byrum's 24-yard field goal as time expired and Auburn escaped with a 37-34 victory Saturday night.

The 19-play drive, tied for the second-longest in school history, ended with the ball at the Kentucky 6 and the game on Byrum's right foot.

He ran off a 19 play 7:00 minute drive to win the game and personally accounted for 74 yards on that final drive. So he only really played bad in the third quarter and a little bit of the fourth if you are being honest.

http://espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=302820096

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I remember this term being thrown around a lot before we drafted him. I still have really figured out what makes him so special in those terms.

Manning is like a hybrid OC/QB that's revolutionary.

Vick is one of the most mobile quarterbacks ever but he can also throw the ball, that's revolutionary.

Cam just seems like Culpepper, McNabb, Freeman, or Young(Steve and Vince) kind of QB. I can see him being very good even HoF, but I don't see how he is going to change the way football is played. Seems like he's just going to be really good.

I think his ability to extend plays and Smith's(if he stays) tenacious desire for the ball could turn into something ridiculous.

A mobile QB that utilizes the read option as a major weapon playing in the Super Bowl.

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There are good bumps and bad bumps....this is a good bump lol

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A mobile QB that utilizes the read option as a major weapon playing in the Super Bowl.

Sigh. . .Cam seems to have changed the game to other player's benefit rather than his own.

I mean, there's no way in hell RG3 goes #2 if Cam doesn't have the year he has last year.

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I would say both Sanchez and Stafford were significantly ahead of Cam as a passer, but this is just my personal opinion and I expect you to form your own.

^this guy

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and here we are on a ride in the time machine. teeray just had to fire up the delorean.

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This is a ball hugger thread. Just cuff the balls insert in mouth and hum.

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