Your post sounds like you're making really bad excuses for the fact that you know Cam was right.
I said it before, the reflection of the fans of some teams tend to show the maturity of the team itself. Some of you expect Cam to be a leader but don't want him to say anything because he's not perfect or fully seasoned..SERIOUSLY?
Let me guess, you've been listening to the talking heads in the media.
I remember one day when the Jags were playing a televised game last season, Blaine Gabbert got into one of his receivers face. Both the media and fans applauded him and said that's the makings of a leader. I don't recall anyone accusing him of throwing anyone under the bus. Instead they said he was right because he needs his team to step up. This is the same guy who ducked from invisible defenders and missed open receivers. But I guess since the media is making excuses for his game and blaming the team for his weaknesses, it's okay.
No, that's not what I said. I said that he shouldn't be critical of anyone else, if he is not going to criticize his own failings in the same breath.
Like it or not, the QB position in the NFL is about as high a profile position in all the world of sports. As such, it comes with a certain amount of responsibility and professional decorum. Cam is the man, so he has to play the part---on the field, and off. I don't expect Cam to be perfect, but I do expect for him to learn from his mistakes---on the field, and off. There is a learning curve to be sure, but Cam is gonna have to realize that he needs to focus on what he needs to do to improve without adding to the confusion by opening a can of worms out in the public. I would prefer that he keep his consternation private and open up a can of whoop-ass on the field.
BTW, I am not one to listen to talking heads. I pretty much develop my own opinions from experience and/or observation. I could care less what the media says because---rightly or wrongly---I have the hubris to believe that as a fan who follows the team with a passion, I know a whole helluva lot more about the team than most of them ever will because they follow the Panthers (among others) from a distance.