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Peppers90 NC

nfail.com superman: CAM or AP

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cry babies, cry like a bunch of little girls

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The f*ck is wrong with that place man. It doesn't even have to do with the fact that they would pick Peterson over Cam Newton, but a comparison in that fashion is just a f*cking joke.

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My analysis:

Cam is superman by default because he plays an infinitely more important and dynamic position

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This isn't an analysis piece, it's an Adam Rank (herp derp, I'M DER FUNNYST GUY EVR!) fluff piece that the NFL deems fit to peddle. I actually prefer that he picked AP in that context.

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Special Powers:

 

Cam - "Ability to not open his eyes in a press conference after his team loses"

AP - "Able to recover from a devastating injury in record time. In other words, he's practically bulletproof."

 

Gee, I wonder what his intentions were in this award worthy piece of rhetorical art?

 

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yea that bottom poo is fugging awful, take away any achievements Cam has done.  I have no clue what it will take from him to get the respect he deserves

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It's actually funny if you try not to read into it.  It is the offseason.

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Peterson. The NFL was coming off a lockout when Newton first showed up, so the slight edge goes to Peterson.

 

 

Hum how many rookie rb's have done that or how many threw back-to-back 400 yard games.  No comparison to me but whatever

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