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Record watch: Cam Newton

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Record: Peyton Manning, 3,739 yards

Cam Newton: 3,297 yards with 4 games to go

He needs to average a mere 110.5 per game for the next 4 games to tie

Here's hoping he averages at least 176, to break 4,000 for the year

He's also only needs 35 rushing yards to break the rookie QB rushing record

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:jc:

^what about his record setting season of 3 touchdowns?

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Barring utter catastrophe those are as good as done as well as breaking 4K.

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Didnt think he'd have a chance to break VYs rookie rushing yard record, but he could end the year with 700 yards.

Also it hasnt been mentioned, but Cam has an outside shot to break HOFer Eric Dickersons rookie rushing TD record of 18.

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Didnt think he'd have a chance to break VYs rookie rushing yard record, but he could end the year with 700 yards.

Also it hasnt been mentioned, but Cam has an outside shot to break HOFer Eric Dickersons rookie rushing TD record of 18.

Not sure he will get that....but he will set the record for most TDs by a rookie.

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I heard that he already broke the rookie record for total touchdowns (passing/rushing) can anybody confirm that?

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Hard to believe, Cam already has more career rushing TDs than Vince Young whos had over 40 starts.

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Not sure he will get that....but he will set the record for most TDs by a rookie.
I heard that he already broke the rookie record for total touchdowns (passing/rushing) can anybody confirm that?
peyton manning threw 26 TDs his rookie year.

newton has 26 rushing/passing combined.

not sure how that's going to be viewed.

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