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Article Saying Interception free Cam can Lead to Win


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I read this article http://sports.yahoo.com/news/two-secrets-behind-carolina-panthers-season-surge-022900690--nfl.html.

I think they are just looking for something to write about. They are suggesting that Cam must not throw interceptions in order to win games and he must rush for touchdowns. That sounds like someone that wants the kid to do too much and go out to injure himself. I for one would like to see Cam turn the ball over then rally the team to a come back victory.

There's nothing better to football than to watch your team lose a lead and comeback to win. Does anyone agree with that article, basically putting the weight of the team on Cams shoulders?

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I would much prefer to lead the entire game than to have to worry about a comeback. And the team has shown they aren't good enough to win when Cam has an INT.

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Cam hasn't shown that he can get past/over come throwing a pick.

He mentally goes into a dump.

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Cam hasn't shown that he can get past/over come throwing a pick.

He mentally goes into a dump.

this.

...but i believe finishing the season on a 4 game win streak will do wonders for his and the team's overall attitude.

once you taste consistent victory, you'll find ways to overcome mistakes to make sure you continue to win.

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I would much prefer to lead the entire game than to have to worry about a comeback. And the team has shown they aren't good enough to win when Cam has an INT.

When a team can rally and come back with a game leading touchdown in under a minute left. That shows that this team has grown mentally. I would much rather have a team that feels like they can come back and win any game than have a lead taking away and feel hopeless when that happens.

For the article writer to think Cam can't win a game with an interception thrown is absurd because how in the hell will they win next year and go to the playoffs? I guess he needs to break another record and go 12 games without an interception to make it to the playoffs.

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Cam has been progressing I would like to see him proove the mental toughness to overcome interceptions.

Cam is a lot like Jake when he threw multiple picks he just got in a funk, I think Cam will progress more as we close out the year on a high note.

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Hmmm, then how come we didn't win the Atlanta game at the Georgia dome? Stupid logic.

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Hmmm, then how come we didn't win the Atlanta game at the Georgia dome? Stupid logic.

Or the Chiefs game.

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WOW this must be the secret formula to QB wins...Rivera and Chud need this immediately.

If player X does not make

1.) mistakes,

2.) Converts 3rd Downs

3.)Completes passes at a high percentage

4.)Scores Tds passing or rushing

= a great chance to win the game....but especially for Cam..bc this formula doesn't work for ALL OTHER QBS!

this isn't an article as much as it is describing what a win looks like 90% of the time for a QB.

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Forget these late season rallys to build morale and confidence for the following season. That didn't happen this year and with a long off-season there is no guarantee for next year. This team needs to come out of the gate strong.

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Or the Chiefs game.

Yep, the defense poo the bed both of those games, Cam only had three drives the Chiefs game.

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