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Cam Setting Records


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Cam has thrown 152 passes without an interception. This is a franchise record.

For posterity, this is more passes without an interception than: Kerry Collins, Steve Beuerlein, Chris Weinke, Matt Lytle, Randy Fasani, Rodney Peete, Jake Delhomme, Vinny Testaverde, David Carr, Matt Moore, Brian St. Pierre or Jimmy Clausen.

And people say he has trouble with his decision making and accuracy.

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wow those are some elite QBs he's ahead of

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It's actually the longest active streak in the NFL right now.

Steve Young's longest streak w/o pick was 185. Montana's was 154. Aaron Rodgers 181. Those are the only three I can find sans Tom Brady, which Cam Newton won't even come close to cracking unless he gets quite lucky and improves tenfold (because, while he is very good, it takes quite the QB to go that long without a pick and even Brady got a bit lucky).

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Already the best QB in franchise history.

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Already the best QB in franchise history.

Agree

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This dude works on his footwork and we get the right pieces. We'll be good to go!

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Hey is also roughly 350-400 yards from passing Peyton Manning for the most passing yards in a QB's first 2 seasons ever (although Luck will likely have a good shot at breaking that record next year).

He is a heckuva player and I can't wait to see him excel when the games matter.

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He's in great company

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Jinxed

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Already the best QB in franchise history.

I wouldn't go that far yet. He needs to lead some quality winning seasons and have a couple of Rams double overtime moments to surpass Delhomme. Hard to beat out Jake after only two seasons. After its all said and done I'll probably agree if he can start leading us to some winning seasons. But right now I think it's two early for that.

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And people say he has trouble with his decision making and accuracy.

You'd have to be blind to not think he has problems with accuracy. He has gotten a lot better about his decision making the latter half of the year, but as far as accuracy.....there is room for improvement to say the least.

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You'd have to be blind to not think he has problems with accuracy. He has gotten a lot better about his decision making the latter half of the year, but as far as accuracy.....there is room for improvement to say the least.

he unquestionably still chucks some high balls and makes questionable decisions at times. that screen pass TD to williams was a toss-up situation that finally broke our way for once but it could have just easily been a tipped INT which would have swung the early momentum back hard to the chargers.

either way the improvement is palpable and encouraging. hopefully we'll end the year on a high note and it'll carry over.

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