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#91 fjblair

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Posted 07 October 2012 - 06:50 PM

The team is adrift and it's not surprising that the QB has lost his swagger and focus. Despite his rookie season success and enormous talent, Cam Newton is still a work in progress and is not ready to carry an NFL team on his back.

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Posted 07 October 2012 - 06:52 PM

And he is not getting through his reads fast enough. Defense has no fear of our short passing game. The long passing plays are not going to open up when Cam won't take what the defense is giving him. Cover the long ball on the outsides. Who gives a crap about the short game. Cam is innaccurate throwing them when he even does decide to use it.

I also agree that the OC needs to get some designed quick passes mixed in.

well damn, no qb can make 4 or 5 reads in 1 second.yeah he missed on some check downs but i counted at least 4 or 5 dropped passes from RBs in check downs.the OC should have helped by calling quicker passes to the WRs and TEs were they wasnt the number 3 or 4 read in the progression.

#93 King Taharqa

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Posted 07 October 2012 - 06:52 PM

Defense scored more points than the offense did ROFL.


Yeah they did. First time in 2 years. Imagine if they did this every week and not once every 20 games. We might be a better football team.

#94 MHS831

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Posted 07 October 2012 - 06:54 PM

Don't let the countless number of reporters who set out to determine if that were true, only to give reports strongly to the contrary, stop you from your little backhanded bullshit diatribe.


You really do not know where I get my opinions, except, perhaps, the source of the opinion I just formed about you being a cyber penis.

#95 Fox007

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Posted 07 October 2012 - 06:55 PM

I wonder who gets paid to score points.

#96 IGSaint

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Posted 07 October 2012 - 06:55 PM

If only we went for the 4th down conversion last week this lost might be a little less painful lol.

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Posted 07 October 2012 - 06:57 PM

This is hilarious! OROY and you're ready to cut him.

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Posted 07 October 2012 - 06:58 PM

The coaches simply rely on Cams current abilities heavily.

Why else would we have 90 million tied up in a backfield while Cam carries the load and is our leading rusher. They appear to have made little to no effort at all to make him a better quarterback and maximize his potential.

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Posted 07 October 2012 - 07:01 PM

See the big picture people. Marty Hurney's incompetence surrounded Cam today. Garry Williams was TERRIBLE at RG. We have no depth at G. Stewart and Williams showed us all what 10% of the salary cap is worth when spent on running backs. Steve Smith, Stewart, Williams--the leaders of the offense--all had STOOPID mistakes that cost the team the win.

Marty's worst signing could be RIvera. I saw players running onto the field late, confusion at the snap, blown coverages, stupid play calling, etc. Rivera just sits there. Once, during a critical part of the game, he was working on a player's helmet. Should he not be concerned with the strategy?

Cam is not a mentally strong person. Leadership and intelligence is strengthened in QBs like Brees and Manning becuase they rely on them. Cam has always relied on his athleticism. Blame him if you want--I think we will find that his shoulder was banged up--that is what happens when your $10 million dollar backfield can't run for 50 yards combined.



Wow such an ignorant and stereotypical statment. You folks say the same ish about every black QB in the NFL. Just give you time. I'm sure eventually RG III and Wilson will hear it. You simply can't help yourself can you?

You are sitting there comparing a 2nd year player whose playing on a team with a bunch of undisciplined players as the Panthers, to guys who have been in the NFL 3 times longer and teams have been built around them? And it's Cam intelligence you're seriously questioning. Do you remember Manning when he was at this stage of his career? How about Drew Brees?

What the heck are you smoking.

#100 ckroush

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Posted 07 October 2012 - 07:01 PM

Last season went to his head in offseason. Now he's exposed.


Exactly... He thought.. oh this is easy. No need to work harder and get better.

If he is putting in the time and regressing this bad, then someone needs to fire Mike Shula.

Maybe he needs to go see George Whitfield Jr again. Look what Whitfield did with Andrew Luck before this season.

#101 Panths

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Posted 07 October 2012 - 07:02 PM

Notice we didn't get moving until we started getting Olsen involved. The announcers pointed out multiple times that it seemed almost like cam was ignoring olsen because he was so obviously open more than once. why are we always trying to force the deep ball to smith? is that a cam thing or a coaching thing?

#102 footballisasport

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Posted 07 October 2012 - 07:02 PM

The coaches simply rely on Cams current abilities heavily.

Why else would we have 90 million tied up in a backfield while Cam carries the load and is our leading rusher. They appear to have made little to no effort at all to make him a better quarterback and maximize his potential.



Watching this team tells me that the coaching staff really don't trust the rest of the team. I seriously wonder what sort of conversation is going on during the team meetings?

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Posted 07 October 2012 - 07:03 PM

Its the whole organization

The management, coaching, and players are not acting or playing like winners and that's the bottom line. This is piss poor from top to bottom.

Today, Cam zeroed in on the wrong guys, forced throws, missed a wide f*cking open LaFell like 3 times. We could not do anything and didn't even look like we wanted to do anything.

I've never fully advocated for a firing...but I'm officially done with Hurney and really do think we hired the wrong coaching staff. I'm not exaggerating.

F8cking Brown, Hogan, Edwards, Clausen, on and on and on...this is sh*t

#104 C47

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Posted 07 October 2012 - 07:05 PM

Notice we didn't get moving until we started getting Olsen involved. The announcers pointed out multiple times that it seemed almost like cam was ignoring olsen because he was so obviously open more than once. why are we always trying to force the deep ball to smith? is that a cam thing or a coaching thing?


IMO it's a Chud thing. Chud knows vertical, and he knows option. He's unwilling to put his ego aside and adjust to the defense so the other stuff rarely gets used unless we're in the no huddle....

#105 AceMan

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Posted 07 October 2012 - 07:05 PM

Cam has just finally embraced the losing mentality of our franchise


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