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#61 footballisasport

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Posted 23 September 2012 - 11:43 AM

cam needs to grow a nutsack and stop being a little puss. plain and simple.


Why should Cam grow a nutsack when he wasn't doing anything. I guess you support bullying then because it seems your receiver is quite famous for do so and you folks want to see it as him teach others to grew a couple. Maybe Steve needs to grow a couple.

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Posted 23 September 2012 - 11:44 AM

Why should Cam grow a nutsack when he wasn't doing anything. I guess you support bullying then because it seems your receiver is quite famous for do so and you folks want to see it as him teach others to grew a couple. Maybe Steve needs to grow a couple.


shut the fug up, cecil newton.

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Posted 23 September 2012 - 11:46 AM

Is all this a euphemism for Cam's a spoiled pussi?

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Posted 23 September 2012 - 11:46 AM

I do have to laugh at the thought of a 5'10" (if that) receiver bullying a 6'5" to 6'6" 260 lb QB.

I think Cam can stand up for himself.

...and if doesn't, that's a bigger problem.

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Posted 23 September 2012 - 11:50 AM

Smith had to take anger management classes. But I guess that you wouldn't know that because you weren't around here white knighting for newton back then.



LOL...Just because I wasn't on this site, doesn't mean I wasn't around. I am very much aware of your receiver's behavior issues. I follow Football. I don't have to be on a site to be aware of what's going on in the league.

My question is, why are you folks so cavaliar about his issues and happy when he projects them at every new QB you get? Is that some twisted form of innitiation on your part? You enjoy going through QBs as a way to show other teams that you're a strong team? I don't get it...Why does Cam need someone like Steve teaching him to be a man when he's yet to become one himself Being a father doesn't always make you a man.

I still believe Smitty got mad at Cam for other reasons and use the whole, I was mad at him about his image to appease the media because he's well aware of what they are saying about Cam.

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Posted 23 September 2012 - 11:50 AM

I do have to laugh at the thought of a 5'10" (if that) receiver bullying a 6'5" to 6'6" 260 lb QB.

I think Cam can stand up for himself.

...and if doesn't, that's a bigger problem.


Issue remains, guys like Jordan Gross called Steve out for a reason.....just bc Cam needed something said doesn't mean any method is then correct. Smitty went through the media.....and THAT always shows someone who still doesn't know how to lead. Beason calling out Peppers that way also was Beason learning.....wrong way.

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Posted 23 September 2012 - 11:51 AM

Does anyone else see the parallels between Cam Newton and Steamin WIllie Beamin from Any Given Sunday?

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Posted 23 September 2012 - 11:52 AM

I do have to laugh at the thought of a 5'10" (if that) receiver bullying a 6'5" to 6'6" 260 lb QB.

I think Cam can stand up for himself.

...and if doesn't, that's a bigger problem.


Hmm....most bullies have inferiority complexes. They usually don't care about your size. Theysimply love to intimmedate their victims. They love to get into their victims heads by projecting their own issues unto them.

Also, Smitty does believe he's a bad ass. I saw how he went at that Gaints defensive guy. I seriously wondered out loud what was up with his temper.

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Posted 23 September 2012 - 11:53 AM

Does anyone else see the parallels between Cam Newton and Steamin WIllie Beamin from Any Given Sunday?

No.

I see a fanbase and city that fails to see our franchise is following the blueprint of how to ruin a young and talented player....

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Posted 23 September 2012 - 11:54 AM

How do you know? In just this last game, we had Dwill refusing to let go of a read option hand off when Cam tried to pull it back and Smith jawing in his ear. It's very easy for people to make the argument that the team is starting to not trust Cam on the field. The reasons for that are two fold: a play standpoint and a leadership standpoint. When you make bad decisions with the football and aren't using good leadership skills to make up for it players begin to second guess you as a leader and will subsequently try to make things happen on their own.

Is it possible that this is all just circumstantial bullshit? Of course. Look I love Cam, and I know without a doubt that the major problems on this team, from a production standpoint, are not Cam's at all. However to ignore any issues that he might have, especially with leadership, is detrimental to his development and will provide problems in the long run. For Cam to have long term sustained success as an NFL QB he has to learn how to lead and the sooner he does the better.


Oh dear.

You realise that was a miscommunication, right? Williams didn't want to let go of the ball because he thought it'd be fumbled i.e. Newton took too long deciding on whether to give it to him or not, so Williams took it upon himself to carry the football.


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