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Inside the Play: Cam Newton to Steve Smith

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Oh my god you need to get a lfe

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good stuff. don't mind the guy above me tripping his ass off

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Tripping my ass off or not he spend a whole dya or more doing a report on one single play mannnn. Get a girlfriend or some kind of blowup doll you can spend time wit,

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Oh my god you need to get a lfe

just to be clear your pu was awarded completely by accident by your post. Fantastic work by the OP

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Tripping my ass off or not he spend a whole dya or more doing a report on one single play mannnn. Get a girlfriend or some kind of blowup doll you can spend time wit,

And here you are at 2:54 AM commenting on dude for breaking down a play at the best of his ability. I prefer his post over yours.

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CAM is regressing

I would disagree: he's simply having to deal with tighter windows and more difficult throws because teams gameplan around covering Steve Smith and taking away his downfield throws (because none of them imagined how deadly he could be throwing deep.)

My entire article illustrates how much he is already adapting to these new challenges, and making high-quality throws to counteract them.

He's not regressing: he's adapting.

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