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#97 Spaceballs83

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Posted 16 December 2011 - 09:19 AM

When a QB throws for maybe 5 pass attempts every game, do The Golden Calf of Bristol fans honestly think he is going to do anything in the NFL? I have nothing against The Golden Calf of Bristol, but DAMN. These The Golden Calf of Bristol nut huggers are getting annoying FAST.

He could throw for 1 yard, rush for 1 yard and still win, and they will call him better than Aron Rodgers.

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Posted 16 December 2011 - 09:22 AM

By your standards and the media. Not by mine. Sorry. Not even close. If he was the greatest rookie quarterback in the league, not just in history, we'd certainly be winning. We have everything we need to win.


By the records of the NFL he is the best rookie QB. Cam can't make our DT's starting caliber and he can't make field goals or magically repair TD's knee or Beason's achilles. There are bigger problems on this team than Cam Newton and he is not the reason we are losing at all.

Jake Delhomme was garbage when we went 12-4, you think he was the reason we won 12 games?

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Posted 16 December 2011 - 09:22 AM

The Golden Calf of Bristol's #1 in the league in interceptions per pass attempts. #1 as in LOWEST. BEST! And before someone chimes in with he doesn't throw a lot, this has little to do with how many total passes he throws, but how many interceptions per pass. .


lol....it is like you have never watched him play. He is wildly inaccurate. Bottom line is The Golden Calf of Bristol is just lucky at this stage to of not turned it over significantly more. You are pimping that stat that he make safe throws.....and that isn't the case. He make horrific throws....and lucky for him his bad ones haven't hurt his team much yet.

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Posted 16 December 2011 - 09:23 AM

The Golden Calf of Bristol has 2 NCAA Championships.

Newton has 1 NCAA Championships.


Correction

The Golden Calf of Bristol was starter for 1 championship team. He was backup to Chris Leak on another.

Newton was starter for 2, Blinn for the junior college championship and Auburn,

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Posted 16 December 2011 - 09:29 AM

gee isn't it an interesting coincidence that the posters who happen to be the most enamored with The Golden Calf of Bristol also have a very obvious axe to grind.

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Posted 16 December 2011 - 09:31 AM

Correction

The Golden Calf of Bristol was starter for 1 championship team. He was backup to Chris Leak on another.

Newton was starter for 2, Blinn for the junior college championship and Auburn,


We just won the South Florida flag football championship. Do you think I can add that to my resume?

Newton backed up The Golden Calf of Bristol and ended up leaving for two reasons. Legal trouble and lack of playing time.

Just two seasons ago, he was redshirting for the Gators behind returning Heisman winner The Golden Calf of Bristol. In Nov. 2008, Newton faced felony charges in relation to a stolen laptop, one he said he purchased. Newton was suspended by coach Urban Meyer and finished the semester at Florida before leaving for Blinn College in Texas.

Speaking on a teleconference Monday, Newton said his decision to leave Florida had more to do with playing time than his legal troubles. He said he learned from The Golden Calf of Bristol but wanted to be a starter at a Division I school, not a back-up.

“We were in conversations with coach Meyer a number of times,” Newton said. “I wanted to stay at Florida.

“I think I was left no choice but to leave.”

Rather than spend more time competing with John Brantley to be The Golden Calf of Bristol’s No. 2, Newton led Blinn to a NJCAA national championship.



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Posted 16 December 2011 - 09:36 AM

lol....it is like you have never watched him play. He is wildly inaccurate. Bottom line is The Golden Calf of Bristol is just lucky at this stage to of not turned it over significantly more. You are pimping that stat that he make safe throws.....and that isn't the case. He make horrific throws....and lucky for him his bad ones haven't hurt his team much yet.


Bottom line: Denver has the 31st worst receiving corps in the league and we have one of the best. And whether you want to acknowledge it or not, that does kind of tend to have an impact on your yards, completion percentage and TD's as a quarterback.

Throwing an interception on the other hand, knowing when to throw it away and take a sack, or not, has little to do with your receivers. Those things say more about the quarterback.

So if you wanna judge QB's you should start looking at information that's got more to do with them, and not "the help". Or else how would The Golden Calf of Bristol's numbers look with 1500 yards after catch tacked on to his stats?

Bottom line, the NFL's already designed a rating that takes this fact into consideration. It's called QB rating. It does reward QB's not just on stats that have a lot to do with their receivers like completion percentage, yards and TD's but also on things that have more to say about THEM.

And when it comes to that:

#14 The Golden Calf of Bristol 83.9
#19 Cam Newton 81.1

He's a better passer and QB as far as the NFL sees it. And they are smarter than you when it comes to football.

But to answer your question, I haven't watched The Golden Calf of Bristol play every game, because they don't televise it her very often. I'm usually stuck watching some game I don't care about. But I did catch some high-lights, and what I did notice, is that The Golden Calf of Bristol throws accurately a lot of times, and his receivers are terrible. I've seen his receivers drop some pretty great passes.

Which is a far cry from what's going on with the Panthers, where I've seen some terrible passes turned into gold because of Steve Smith. The Golden Calf of Bristol doesn't get this benefit. And Cam Newton is getting 1500 yards worth of benefit.

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Posted 16 December 2011 - 09:37 AM

Fact is Fox and The Golden Calf of Bristol win.

Fact is Rivera and Newton lose.

I'm a Carolina fan, but I'm not stupid. Denver has a better coach (Fox) and game manager (The Golden Calf of Bristol). Carolina has an unproven coach who shows no emotion (Rivera) and what will be one of the greatest QBs to play the game once he learns to manage it (Newton).

I'd take Fox of Rivera and Newton over The Golden Calf of Bristol, but I don't discredit what The Golden Calf of Bristol is doing in Denver. I don't know why anyone else is either.

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Posted 16 December 2011 - 09:41 AM

and I thought we had idiots on OUR board

As Staubach was for the Cowboys, Bart Starr for the Packers, Unitas for the Colts, The Golden Calf of Bristol will be for the Broncos. Denver has the quarterback and we are blessed. No. The Golden Calf of Bristol does not compare to Newton , nor Brady, Rothlisberger, nor Rodgers...Nobody compares to our guy and I am proud to be a Bronco fan. While most are trembling about Brady, I am confident if our coaches let The Golden Calf of Bristol be The Golden Calf of Bristol, we will come out victorious. Because Brady can't beat our team. With The Golden Calf of Bristol's leadership, our team has become unstoppable and everyone deserves credit. It could not have been done without clutch performances at times by the whole team. That is what makes us so special this year and the unselfishness of our entire team has made us powerful competitors. People constantly like to insult The Golden Calf of Bristol saying, "I am not saying he will be all pro",...and so on. The Golden Calf of Bristol is the best qb I have seen in my 60 years. We are blessed to have him. The owner is blessed. Denver is blessed. We are America's team. We can go anywhere and have a home crowd...That is how powerful this has become. The whole nation is watching us...not Brady, Newton, or the others. ESPN and NFL can't sustain ratings without a steady dose of the Broncos and The Golden Calf of Bristol. Just sayin'.



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Posted 16 December 2011 - 09:41 AM

Who whoa? We have one of the best WR core?

Maybe if you include TE's. But at WR he have one of the best WR of the decade, LaFell is good, everyone else doesn't matter all.

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Posted 16 December 2011 - 09:43 AM

Not even gonna look but I'm gonna guess the phrases "Go punch more teammates", "He's jealous of a winner", "lol 4-9", and "Cam sucks" makes many appearances in that thread.

Fug em.


That's all it was on profootballtalk.com. LOL at all the Cam haters. They are so scared of his potential to be the best QB of our generation.

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Posted 16 December 2011 - 09:46 AM

This thread was a good and sometimes funny read. Cam is a far better NFL QB. I could give a sh*t about what either of them did in college at this point. Let Denver play the NFC South and see how they do. If they had to play against the Saints and Falcons offense twice a year no way does Tim or that defense do enough to make it even close. Denver's best competition this year is the Raiders. Enough said. Tim has done a great job and I really respect the guy but he is in no way even close to being as good an NFL QB as Cam. How many points per game does Denver average? I am sure it is no where close to Carolina's. We score more than enough to win. If our defense was half as good as Denver's we would easily only have 2 or 3 losses. Most of our losses have nothing to do with Cam. Even with him throwing as many picks as he has.