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TheGreatestOfAllTimeCam

Saw what Newton was made of today

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Too bad we have a mediocre GM, coaching staff, and safety corps.

Thanks for wasting his effort guys!

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Too bad we have a mediocre GM, coaching staff, and safety corps.

Thanks for wasting his effort guys!

We have a good GM but any great or good GM will only be mediocre when you have an old greedy rich owner

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We already knew Cam was a beast. But it's obvious we are going to waste his talent. As a Panther fan I'm glad we have him but as a Cam fan I feel so bad for him that he got stuck with us. Imagine him on a real franchise.

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Cam's talents are being wasted with this type of defense lets be honest here. If cam has to play literally perfect every week just to eek out a win, that is not the type of team that is good for him or playoff bound.

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Cam is already being blamed for this loss. Prepare to hear about his 4th quarter fumble all week.

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Cam played good game. The fumble was huge, but D should be able to stop opponent with no timeouts and ball on 1.

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People are quick to forget that he fumbled when he had the 1st down to seal the game against the back of his own player.

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