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#16 BountyHunter

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Posted 07 December 2011 - 10:48 AM

(No dooky, when we were kids,we actually used to play football for fun.)


:blush2: he said "dooky"

nice post

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Posted 07 December 2011 - 11:02 AM

That's a good point. I thought Mr Jackson was high when I heard that interview. He was talking about Newton being one of the top two baddest (as in most feared) players in the NFL before he'd played a down. With the speed of Vick and the arm of Marino (I think).

Clearly the old saying is true: "Bo knows".



EVERYBODY was hating on the man. Now we got somebody that can become the Michael Jordan of football.

That being said, Michael Jordan is in the same city as Newton. I know this may sound a little crazy but Jordan should sponsor Newton in some way shape or form. Have some kind of connection cuz they can both benefit from it. Basketball and Football are the 2 biggest sports in America. Jordan is the best to ever touch the court. Newton can be the best to ever touch the field(if he has the killer instinct that Jordan possessed back in the day.)

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Posted 07 December 2011 - 11:35 AM

There fixed one thing for you.


Thanks for that. You are right. We got some good football ahead.

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Posted 07 December 2011 - 11:39 AM

:blush2: he said "dooky"

nice post

Doesn't that sound better than poo. I think when you type poo, it should change to dooky instead of poo.

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Posted 07 December 2011 - 12:16 PM

Good video.....wonder when ole Terry will finally admit he was wrong......I dunno but it seems to me that he has some type of personal issue with Cam

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Posted 07 December 2011 - 12:28 PM

EVERYBODY was hating on the man. Now we got somebody that can become the Michael Jordan of football.

That being said, Michael Jordan is in the same city as Newton. I know this may sound a little crazy but Jordan should sponsor Newton in some way shape or form. Have some kind of connection cuz they can both benefit from it. Basketball and Football are the 2 biggest sports in America. Jordan is the best to ever touch the court. Newton can be the best to ever touch the field(if he has the killer instinct that Jordan possessed back in the day.)


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Posted 07 December 2011 - 12:58 PM

Having Jordan as a life coach did wonders for Tiger Woods.

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Posted 07 December 2011 - 01:26 PM

So on one side we have every talking head including a slew or former players who all say Newton is fantastic and way better than anyone thought. On the other side we have a few Panther trolls (you know who they are) who are always taking shots at him and downplaying his accomplishments and the offense in general.

Who seems more credible?????? HMMM......................


I know who I believe. Funny how with each passing week and every mark he eclipses, the few haters who are left become even more disenfranchised and are fringe elements with no real support.


Strangely, those guys are absent from this thread.

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Posted 07 December 2011 - 01:31 PM

That's a good point. I thought Mr Jackson was high when I heard that interview. He was talking about Newton being one of the top two baddest (as in most feared) players in the NFL before he'd played a down. With the speed of Vick and the arm of Marino (I think).

Clearly the old saying is true: "Bo knows".


Being an old Auburn guy, I remember back in the day when everyone told the Tampa Bay Bucs don't worry about Bo and baseball, go ahead and draft him... Bo's not seriously going to play baseball.

And then he went and played baseball.

Then the said that Bo would never be able to cut it in the Major Leagues.

The he made the All-Star team.

Then they said Bo would never be able to play both sports at a high level.

Then he made the Pro Bowl.

Then he got injured and they said Bo would never be able to play baseball again.

Until he did.

Bo does, indeed, KNOW. :D

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Posted 07 December 2011 - 01:32 PM

...oh, don't worry.

If Cam makes any mistakes this weekend, they will be back.

It will prove Howie is wrong, because after all, it was just Tampa Bay. I have problems with that arugement because many has been the time in the Panthers history that teams that should beat, and beat badly, they didn't and yet when we do, 'well it was just Tampa and Freeman wasn't playing, and this excuse and that excuse'.