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Cam Leads PFF's All-Sophomore Team

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https://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2013/01/16/2012-pff-all-sophomore-team/

Quarterback: Cam Newton (CAR)

Well, Colin Kaepernick would have likely earned a start if he played every game, but Cam Newton wasn’t nearly as bad as some would make out. That opinion owed a lot to getting caught up in the highlights last year, but he’s still a franchise quarterback.

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False. Sophomore slump thuggery.

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Awesome. If Dalton had gotten that I would have lost all hope in humanity.

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And heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeere we go!

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Awesome. If Dalton had gotten that I would have lost all hope in humanity.

PFF has been down on Dalton all season, and have the Bengals hate mail to prove it.

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fug yea cam, good job kid :)

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There's no App State players on that list? Shocking!

There is a Tar Heel and a Pirate though!

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There's no App State players on that list? Shocking!

There is a Tar Heel and a Pirate though!

Raheem Moore is also on that list.

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Who cares, I want championships!

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"wasn't nearly as bad" = they still think he was bad

fug PFF

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Raheem Moore is also on that list.

And?

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name Cam to the All-sophomore team then spend the whole paragraph talking about Kaepernick.

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