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I guarantee you ESPN will show 1000 replays of Cam Newton "kicking" after the sack

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Yep, win or lose the media will be all over Cam this week.

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Not that worried about it if we win.

Smitty pulled some stunts like that in his younger days.

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You want to blame them for pointing out what you are?

He didnt do anything wrong.

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Yep, win or lose the media will be all over Cam this week.

Well, if you stop making so much over every ish Cam does then maybe ESPN won't make much out of it. Remember they need an audience they can feed off of. Notice when Tom Brady had his hissy fit on the field on Monday, nothing was made of it.

Also, it's good to see that every game still matters to Cam even if they don't count. That is what you should be focused on and not feeding the immature beast that has become our media.

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I doubt they'll show it. Steve beurlien was making it a way bigger deal than it actually was.

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Dumb ass play by Cam. And yes, ESPN will be all over it.

That being said, the crew working this game is a fugging joke.

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They already have it on loop like it was a Christmas Story.... oh Fudge

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Well, if you stop making so much over every ish Cam does then maybe ESPN won't make much out of it. Remember they need an audience they can feed off of. Notice when Tom Brady had his hissy fit on the field on Monday, nothing was made of it.

Also, it's good to see that every game still matters to Cam even if they don't count. That is what you should be focused on and not feeding the immature beast that has become our media.

Oh ok, I forgot ESPN was following my posts on the Huddle. Thanks for the clarification.

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You guys are dumb they aren't gonna show it. Nobody cares.

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Skip Bayless will have his highest ratings this week

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