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cam named offensive player of the week...

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Panthers quarterback Cam Newton’s second NFL season hasn’t been the rousing success that his rookie season was, but his play in Week 12 was something closer to what we saw in 2011.

The performance against the Eagles brought Newton an honor he also claimed during his rookie year.

Newton has been named the NFC offensive player of the week, a prize he also took home in December last year. Newton completed 18-of-28 passes for 306 yards and two touchdowns during Monday night’s 30-22 victory over the Eagles. He also ran 14 times for 52 yards and two more touchdowns in one of his best performances of the season.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/11/28/cam-newton-takes-offensive-player-of-the-week/

not sure who named him that, though.

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Not feeling it. We still look like poop.

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Nice to see things like this again. Dumbing down the offense was a good move.

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wouldn't call it dumbing down...more a freeing up of the offense.

chud had exhibited too much control all season. when he relinquishes a little bit of his control over the offense, it gives it life and points.

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"But, but, but it was against the worst team in the league! It wasnt a big deal!"

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"But, but, but it was against the worst team in the league! It wasnt a big deal!"

You can only play the teams on your schedule. Some people just can't give Cam any credit at all.

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Nice to see things like this again. Dumbing down the offense was a good move.

I don't buy that dumbing down horseshit. The offense was dumbed down before, in that it didn't allow for any adjustment. It was a very rigid system of running the called play and only the called play and relying on perfect execution of some retarded chudgimmick.

What we saw on Sunday was a lot closer to what an NFL offense is supposed to look like. Simple prosets with fluidity of execution.

If you noticed, after a good drive of basic power running and traditional undercenter-coryell-route-tree passing, Chud would go full retard and stall a drive or two with his retarded chicanery.

This to me was Chud going "Ohh look the offense is clicking today! Let me turn it up a notch with my custom badassery" and we subsequently looked like poo for a few series until we reverted to what works.

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At least he gets some positive publicity for once.

nice to see he's still capable of having good games, gives me hope a new coach can cure many of his problems

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A more appropriate award should be a lifetime achievement award at the end of this year for having to put up with this shitacular grooming process.

im still bitter and not impressed

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"But, but, but it was against the worst team in the league! It wasnt a big deal!"

hater.

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Congrats to the guy for a good game

Don't really care about the caliber of the opponent...

He still earned it

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doesn't matter who it was.

he did his job and he did it incredibly well.

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