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Should Tebow success get under Cam's skin

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Yes.. someone dares to question the mighty Cam who has beat Blaine Gabbert and Beck.. lol How stupid..

yes because clearly all that matters in a football game is the two quarterbacks...

Cam isn't perfect, but the whole "The Golden Calf of Bristol is clearly better than Cam" seems to me to be pretty much just trolling at this point.

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Cam's interceptions aren't really losing us games, they are just part of what is happening. Carolina's offense, and what it asks the QB to do, is so drastically different from Denver's, I am not sure what the point of your statements are.

The point is if The Golden Calf of Bristol was playing a more aggressive offense his numbers would look better too.. but unlike Cam he would still be winning. And if Cam was playing in The Golden Calf of Bristol's offense his numbers would suffer too.. even more so than The Golden Calf of Bristol - all things being equal.

Directly trying to compare them is foolish. But you can compare things like throwing motion, accuracy, etc... And there I think Cam is ahead of The Golden Calf of Bristol.

The reason you think that is simply because he is in a more uptempo offense.. it's fool's gold.

They are both leaders, though, and both charismatic guys. Carolina's defense and special teams in general have not been capable of doing what Denver's has the last four games... or maybe we've just not played the same kinda teams.

Or maybe it's The Golden Calf of Bristol winning game she shouldn't that is making his team play so well.

It;s just funny that when The Golden Calf of Bristol plays well his team always gets the credit and when Cam doe something he gets all the credit.. why is that?

That says nothing about his accuracy. Accuracy is not a "stat" on a website (at least none of the general ones).

People use completion percentage to determine accuracy.

One thing you are forgetting is that Cam's receivers are always wide open because they are so great.. his line is also stellar.. look how bad Cam's accuracy got last game when his line was playing bad like The Golden Calf of Bristol's..

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Hey guys! Cam wasn't able to beat out an established QB who was a big part of a national championship when he was a true freshman. Then that established QB won the Heisman Trophy.

If Cam were so good the Florida would have benched a proven Heisman trophy winner for an unknown.

Derp, derp, derp.

And for a guy that some claim couldn't beat out Brantley for a backup spot he sure saw a lot more of the field than Brantley did (as Brantley redshirted) when they were both freshmen.

Brantley was the backup in 2008 while Cam took a medical redshirt because he hurt his ankle. Maybe that is what you mean??

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yes because clearly all that matters in a football game is the two quarterbacks...

Cam isn't perfect, but the whole "The Golden Calf of Bristol is clearly better than Cam" seems to me to be pretty much just trolling at this point.

I just wonder what people's list of qualities or requirements that make a good quarterback is around here.

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yes because clearly all that matters in a football game is the two quarterbacks...

Cam isn't perfect, but the whole "The Golden Calf of Bristol is clearly better than Cam" seems to me to be pretty much just trolling at this point.

So tell me what the rationale is for saying cam is better than The Golden Calf of Bristol? Hes taller? That's a harder ball? He throws a harder ball than Brady and Peyton.. does that mean he will be better than them?

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Sounds like you're speaking from experience there RagingBull. You ever consider the fact my job requires working on the internet and I'm just better at finding information, knowing where to go get it, and cutting through the bullpoo,and find no comfort in trading facts and reality for membership and popularity of a"virtual" community?

Which is why I can also spot a little poo whose internet attitude, mentality, sarcasm as well as false sense of entitlement, personality and elitism when he posts is a result of being raised on neogaf.com and still hasn't put down the video game controller in exchange for reality?

Maybe I'm just a good observer. And maybe the admin hasn't even attempted banning my IP because it actually helps his site when it's filled with facts and not stupid nonsense like yours. I talk football facts when I come here: not other members. And every time I get banned it has nothing to do with actually breaking the TOS. The first time I actually got banned had less to do with breaking the TOS and more to do with just showing how it doesn't really mean anything and it isn't followed by moderators or "retards" like yourself.

PS: Pretty sad when a dude has the wikipedia founder in his avatar, doesn't realize that nor how to look up meaningful information on the internet.

Yes you have proven a master of finding stuff from 2009 and trying to pass it off as current statistics.

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Cam has faced horrible teams to start the season

Green Bay (9-0), New Orleans (7-3), Chicago (6-3), Atlanta (5-4) and Tennessee (5-4) are horrible teams?

Really?

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As far as saying The Golden Calf of Bristol is better than Cam. There are some arguments that are literally too stupid to respond to. This is one of those times.

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Directly trying to compare them is foolish. But you can compare things like throwing motion, accuracy, etc... And there I think Cam is ahead of The Golden Calf of Bristol.

The reason you think that is simply because he is in a more uptempo offense.. it's fool's gold.

So an up tempo offense affects your throwing motion?

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The point is if The Golden Calf of Bristol was playing a more aggressive offense his numbers would look better too.. but unlike Cam he would still be winning. And if Cam was playing in The Golden Calf of Bristol's offense his numbers would suffer too.. even more so than The Golden Calf of Bristol - all things being equal.

The reason you think that is simply because he is in a more uptempo offense.. it's fool's gold.

This is nothing more than conjecture. Even when in the shotgun, given time, The Golden Calf of Bristol is inaccurate. It's just a consequence of his throwing motion. Cam is running a totally different offense from The Golden Calf of Bristol/Denver. It's not just "more uptempo."

It;s just funny that when The Golden Calf of Bristol plays well his team always gets the credit and when Cam doe something he gets all the credit.. why is that?

I don't have any idea what you're talking about there. The Golden Calf of Bristol is getting plenty of credit for his The Golden Calf of Bristol Time miracles. The problem is, until he is able to do that stuff more often than once at the very end of games, it just seems unlikely he'll have sustained success. Winning a handful of games at mid season doesn't make you a better QB than a rookie on an awful team.

People use completion percentage to determine accuracy.

People who rely on completion percentage for accuracy are talking heads or uninformed fans. Watch the games. The Golden Calf of Bristol's accuracy is awful even when given time. He's made some nice plays, but by and large he has trouble throwing the ball with accuracy in any kind of window at all. But my point was that TD/INT ratio is an *awful* way to judge accuracy.

One thing you are forgetting is that Cam's receivers are always wide open because they are so great.. his line is also stellar.. look how bad Cam's accuracy got last game when his line was playing bad like The Golden Calf of Bristol's..

Cam's receiver are not always wide open. He throws them open often enough. He also doesn't have a stellar pass blocking line at all (He's being sacked about 2.4 times a game compared to The Golden Calf of Bristol's 2.5). As Panthers fans, we know what our receivers are capable of based on last year, and let me tell you, if they don't have a decent QB throwing to them it doesn't matter who they are. Smitty included (though he is elite when he has a guy who can get him the ball).

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