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Cam Newton Mic'd up - Inside the NFL edition

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Love the dialogue between Cam and D-Lo on the bench.

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How about the 'versus' segment?

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Didn't know they had one. Don't dvr any shows from Versus.

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'Inside the NFL' is the show.

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Great, you got the rest with commentary?

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Basically told DeAngelo to go all out on the pitch option play from what I can tell, just before they ran it...Cam pitched it at the last moment and DeAngelo was moving at nearly full stride....beautiful play...

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I love Cam. He makes me love watching pantehrs games again

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"It's the season for giving."

You're right, Argus Plexus. Cam has given me a reason to get excited about football in Carolina again, and that's the greatest gift of all.

Thanks for posting the video!

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great stuff man, wish you would post his highlights again from each game! seems like a superbowl season with all the music lol

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I had to work nightshift on New Year's. This thread made it ok.

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    • Play video then scroll down and read during it.   This guy: http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000795090/article/panthers-gm-gettleman-moving-up-eight-spots-is-gold " Carolina Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman very much believes in this year's draft. So much so that he was willing to rationalize the trade of Kony Ealy to the Patriots, which essentially netted him a second-round pick eight slots higher than the third-round pick they included in the swap. "It's a heavy draft and it was an opportunity for us to move up. To you guys, eight spots doesn't seem like much. But to me, it's gold," Gettleman said, via the Charlotte Observer.   Scout's Notebook: Cam must evolve as QB   Free Agency's biggest unanswered storylines   Harrison: All-Under-25 Team   Brandt: Best second-round picks since '12   MJD: Ranking the '17 RB prospects   Players who won free agency   Brooks: Peterson 'just another' RB now   Schein: Each division's favorite, top contender   Rosenthal Why is everyone ignoring Big Ben?   Scouting Report/team fits: Malik Hooker He added: "You've got to give up something to get something. You're not fooling anybody anymore. There's too much film available. We just wanted to move up and get another second-round pick. I think it gives us more flexibility." This was, on the front end, a nice way for Gettleman to distance himself from Ealy without criticizing the dynamic former second-round pick, though it does put the fearless general manager in a precarious position. Rationalizing a trade to move up eight slots suggests there is someone in particular who you are targeting and expect to be there. At the least, it suggests that one of a few people you hope are there can contribute right away significantly. Ealy was not a perfect player, but his ability to get to the quarterback was undeniable. If the Panthers had won Super Bowl 50, there's a chance Ealy would have been named MVP despite playing just a handful of snaps. Carolina already got rid of one exceptional homegrown defensive talent in Josh Norman last year and could see Ealy come back to bite them inside the Patriots' versatile front. Of course, Gettleman isn't afraid of what anyone thinks and has done a nice job getting the Panthers under control since taking over the gig in 2013. He has plenty of equity built up with the Panthers' fan base, but a home run with that second-round pick couldn't hurt. "