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#41 Lout

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Posted 21 September 2012 - 01:39 PM

Well he forces the ball to unopened WRs bc he believes he has no other option......and really late in those games he doesn't.

Punting or throwing it away on 3rd down aren't options.


I can see your point in the 4th quarter. I am more-so talking about in the beginning or middle of the game, with plenty of time left in the game. If we get down by a couple scores, it seems like Cam kind of lets it snowball. Does anyone else feel that way? I know last week against the saints, we gave up an early touchdown but were able to get a quick TD of our own. But, if we fail to get that quick TD, it's all downhill from there.

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Posted 21 September 2012 - 01:41 PM

Zod, I'm losing my patient with this bit(h here!



How about you act like a big boy and just ignore it then.

#43 pantherj

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Posted 21 September 2012 - 01:41 PM

I dont care how he acts in the press conference, I want to know what hes doing to improve as a Football Player. Period, the rest of the poo does not matter.


Cam could improve a great deal by being more consistent with his throwing motion and footwork. Our QB coach needs to keep working with him on staying mentally focused on having the proper throwing motion and footwork on all plays in the pocket. Even if the pocket is breaking down, if he's going to throw the ball in bounds, then proper technique must be used. If he doesn't want to use proper technique in order to avoid stepping into a pass rusher and getting injured, then he can throw the ball out of bounds with whatever technique he chooses.

Cam is acting like a narcissistic a$$hole on the sidelines. He should not be sulking on the bench alone with a towel on his head partly covering his face. It demonstates a selfish attitude, he doesn't want to deal with anyone while he's experiencing the negative feelings that come with playing poorly and losing. Too bad. That's a basic part of playing a team sport and caring about your teammates. Cam should be talking with his teammates/coaches, and actually paying attention to the game. No one wants to watch a team with low level talent barely execute mediocre plays, but you do it anyway. You do it because you care about your teammates, and you want to help raise their spirits during a tough time. Imagine you're one of our terrible rookie players, and you get your a$$ handed to you on the field, and you come to the sideline and Cam comes up to you, pats you on the shoulder and says "hey keep working hard and stay focused, I'm with you 100%". That means something. So does looking over on the bench and seeing Cam Newton alone and looking like he's about to cry. At that point you're not a team, he's Cam Newton, and you're Joe retard Adams, or whoever.

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Posted 21 September 2012 - 03:18 PM

So we're upset that he's really upset we embarrassed ourselves on national TV? <_<

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Posted 21 September 2012 - 05:58 PM

How would you act after getting your ass handed to you in a loss? A loss where you played terrible, you're defense played terrible, and you had no chance to win. This was on a National Stage, and we were a disgrace. I'd have acted the same way in the press conference, and I might not even have done one. All the kid knows is winning... until he got in the league. It doesnt happen overnight. How many years did Rodgers sit before he was relevant? 4-5? He needs time.. and coaching.

I would really like to see his mechanics start to improve. Throwing off his back foot is pissing me off, especially when he does not have to.

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Posted 21 September 2012 - 06:06 PM

Maybe Anderson should take this guy off to the side and explain to him that he is a leader on this team.... people look to him when things aren't going right.... when they see him sitting on a bench by himself blowing bubbles, maybe they dont see a general but instead see someone who needs to man up.


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