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Comparing Cameron To Past Greats


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Let me preface my remarks. I am a lifelong fan of the NFL. I was a confirmed fan of the Baltimore Colts before i started elementary school. I remember vividly watching the Colts, in black and white, with my dad, and my big brother, right here in charlotte. In 1964, when i was eight, my colts lost the NFL championship to the Browns, i think the final was 27-13. I went outside at haltime and said a prayer. It was ignored, but we lived to play another day. As a lifelong Colts fan i have been fortunate to see my team appear in four super bowls, winning two. I have also been blessed to see every super bowl. I was 11 when the Packers beat the Chiefs in 1967 in the first super bowl. I have celebrated many great wins, and suffered through many heartbreaking defeats. As a lifelong fan of the league, i have seen all of the great quarterbacks, with the exception of Sammy Baugh, and Norm VanBrocklin. Allow me to name a few. UNITAS, JORGENSON, STARR, STABAUCH, TARKINGTON, BRADSHAW, STABLER, MOON, AIKMAN, ELWAY, MARINO, AND MANY GREAT MODERN DAY GREATS, INCLUDING ARCHIES TWO FINE SONS, PEYTON AND ELI. all of these great QBS possesed attributes that are common to great QBS. Leadership, accuracy, ability to put a team of their shoulders, making the great throw in crunch time when the chips are down, being loved and believed in by their mates, being able to work through tough times, keeping their wits about them, so doubt never invaded, among other intangibles. i have observed CAMERON for two years, and i cant see any of those attributes in him. in fact, i see the opposite. i didnt like him as a pro, as many knowledgeable personnel people didnt. i think what we are seeing is the beginning of the end.

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lol who prays to their gods for their nfl team to win???? besides The Golden Calf of Bristol ofcourse

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lol who prays to their gods for their nfl team to win???? besides The Golden Calf of Bristol ofcourse

I pray for a win every week... And there's nothing wrong with it either

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So that guy who broke multiple rookie quarterback records has nothing to bring to the table?

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You clearly don't remember a young Peyton he was god awful

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I pray for a win every week... And there's nothing wrong with it either

looks like those prayers fall on deaf ears there buddy. try something else

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The enter key is your friend.

Out of all those players you just listed how many of them took time before they developed into leaders? Cameron is a 23 year old kid, if he acts like this in 3 years then worry should set in.

Give the kid some fugging time.

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I pray for a win every week... And there's nothing wrong with it either

Why does God hate you?

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Let me preface my remarks. I am a lifelong fan of the NFL. I was a confirmed fan of the Baltimore Colts before i started elementary school. I remember vividly watching the Colts, in black and white, with my dad, and my big brother, right here in charlotte. In 1964, when i was eight, my colts lost the NFL championship to the Browns, i think the final was 27-13. I went outside at haltime and said a prayer. It was ignored, but we lived to play another day. As a lifelong Colts fan i have been fortunate to see my team appear in four super bowls, winning two. I have also been blessed to see every super bowl. I was 11 when the Packers beat the Chiefs in 1967 in the first super bowl. I have celebrated many great wins, and suffered through many heartbreaking defeats. As a lifelong fan of the league, i have seen all of the great quarterbacks, with the exception of Sammy Baugh, and Norm VanBrocklin. Allow me to name a few. UNITAS, JORGENSON, STARR, STABAUCH, TARKINGTON, BRADSHAW, STABLER, MOON, AIKMAN, ELWAY, MARINO, AND MANY GREAT MODERN DAY GREATS, INCLUDING ARCHIES TWO FINE SONS, PEYTON AND ELI. all of these great QBS possesed attributes that are common to great QBS. Leadership, accuracy, ability to put a team of their shoulders, making the great throw in crunch time when the chips are down, being loved and believed in by their mates, being able to work through tough times, keeping their wits about them, so doubt never invaded, among other intangibles. i have observed CAMERON for two years, and i cant see any of those attributes in him. in fact, i see the opposite. i didnt like him as a pro, as many knowledgeable personnel people didnt. i think what we are seeing is the beginning of the end.

I think you need to look at the rookie and sophomore years of some of those greats before you make moronic statements like you just did. Oh yea....FEAR THE BLOCK!!!

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You clearly don't remember a young Peyton he was god awful

yep 43 interceptions in his first two seasons

also AIKMAN (emphasis the colts guy's) was absolutely terrible in his first two years. 20 TDs and 36 INTs. Finally threw more TDs than INTs in year 3.

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Allow me to name a few. UNITAS, JORGENSON, STARR, STABAUCH, TARKINGTON, BRADSHAW, STABLER, MOON, AIKMAN, ELWAY, MARINO, AND MANY GREAT MODERN DAY GREATS, INCLUDING ARCHIES TWO FINE SONS, PEYTON AND ELI. all of these great QBS possesed attributes that are common to great QBS. Leadership, accuracy, ability to put a team of their shoulders, making the great throw in crunch time when the chips are down, being loved and believed in by their mates, being able to work through tough times, keeping their wits about them, so doubt never invaded, among other intangibles.

& All of those QBs showed you all of that halfway through their 2nd season? Every game? Most games? Some games?

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