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Highlandfire

Rookie Single game passing yardage record broken.

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Super, let me know when he breaks the rushing TD record too...

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So no comment about the Panthers winning today, only an under handed shot at our QB?

Oh, this is HighlandFire what was I thinking.

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Good for Luck.

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Most passing yards perhaps. But cam got 485 total yards against the packers as a rookie. Luck nowhere close.

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Don't worry I'm sure Cam will take back the record soon enough!

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Don't worry I'm sure Cam will take back the record soon enough!

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Records are going to be broken... what will matter in a few years are wins, playoff wins and performances, and super bowls...

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By one stinking yard

My point honestly is it is amazing that this record is getting broken so soon. 400 yard games from rookie QB's?

Personally I hate the more passing league. I love Defense and running the ball and using play action. I think DB's should be able to press and defend more. I think the rules set up to get more ratings are ruining the game but I am old school that way.

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