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Yas: Mixed reviews on Cam Newton's Debut

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From Yas's NFC South blog:

SPARTANBURG, S.C. -- There were some spot-on frozen ropes and a few balls that sailed beyond receivers or tailed behind them. There was a botched handoff in which the ball ended up on the ground and there was the moment of brilliance we saw so much of in college when the quarterback tucked the ball and ran for roughly a 20-yard gain.

Read more: http://espn.go.com/blog/nfcsouth/post/_/id/23132/mixed-reviews-on-cam-newtons-debut

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Bust!!1

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1st day sounded good.

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Clausen was doing pretty much the same, but his good moments weren’t quite as spectacular as Newton’s.

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LOL at the comments. damn he has some haters out there. I hope he wins like 3 super bowls and a couple of MVPs just to shove all the hate back in these douchebag's faces.

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Pretty much what I expected.

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the first practice of a legend in the making

LOL at the comments. damn he has some haters out there. I hope he wins like 3 super bowls and a couple of MVPs just to shove all the hate back in these douchebag's faces.

i wouldn't worry about them there mostly bitter bama fans

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LOL at the comments. damn he has some haters out there. I hope he wins like 3 super bowls and a couple of MVPs just to shove all the hate back in these douchebag's faces.

Yeah, I've learned to not even scroll down and read the comments... pure hate.

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