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Cam Newton: "i Was A Bad Teammate Last Year."

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He should lowkey work his footwork to fix those mistakes that cause him to be a pouty baby.

Better mechanics, more tape, more success, less reason to be a baby.

If you died in a fire, I wouldn't even cry.

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Cam is more humble :)

Don't smile at TRD, ban his stupid ass.

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Cam is more humble :)

He also has worse mechanics so it's warranted that he remain humble (even though it's probably a fake humble).

He had basically a 1:1 TD/Int ratio. My good post/bad post ratio is way better than that.

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of course he acted immature, they all do. nice to hear him know that he needs to change it and why. Confessing it makes no difference. Owning up to it makes no difference. Jake "owned up to" poo all the time. He never changed any of it.

To me this is little. I like Cam and I never really thought any of his acting out was too much. Like I said, they all do it. Nothing's shocking about it.

If he truly wants to correct that slight flaw (in the realm of how many ways he could conceivably improve) I consider that pretty commendable but not necessary.

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He also has worse mechanics so it's warranted that he remain humble (even though it's probably a fake humble).

He had basically a 1:1 TD/Int ratio.  My good post/bad post ratio is way better than that.

TRD, your good post/bad post ratio is 0:Anythingyou'veverdoneinyourentirelife.

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As a leader of this team, his humility may bring out similar admissions from others.

That's my quarterback. *cries*

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He also has worse mechanics so it's warranted that he remain humble (even though it's probably a fake humble).

He had basically a 1:1 TD/Int ratio. My good post/bad post ratio is way better than that.

Yeah, it's not like Cam hasn't been working all this offseason :rolleyes: . Your pie;post ratio, however. Is horrible.

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Matt Moore with 14 fumbles last season, 14 fumbles in 12 games. That's embarrassing.

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lol

Cam Newton: I was a bad teammate

Huddle donkeys: But matt Moore had the fumblez!!!!!

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good stuff, but the important thing is how he handles adversity in the 17+ weeks next fall. easy to talk about what you're going to change, much harder to pull it off, especially when under the kind of scrutiny he is under.

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