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Its sad that some people hate seeing anything good about Cam... Does it burn them? Do they look back at highschool, college, maybe back to Pop Warner, & wish they had tried harder? I mean most of those guys on TV told them Cam wouldn't be anything special in the pros right? So maybe, just maybe... They coulda made it to the show too... Or they're just whiny lil bastids.

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I love how trolls feel so intimidated to come here and talk smack. Tell 'em why you mad! Perhaps because Newton broke Peyton Manning's passing records in a running system? Or because Newton has been more accurate and efficient than Luck with less?

first of all, i aint mad, im lovin it, and as far as cam breaking peytons record, luck broke cams record. luck went to the worst team in the league, with no running game and no offensive line and posted an 11-5 record and made the playoffs. you people hang your hat on lucks completions percentage, this kid had no running game, no offensive line, played from behind every game, had more third and longs than any qb, had constant pressure, and still mustered an 11-5 record and tied the all time mark for fourth qtr. comebacks, with 7, and you want to talk comp. ptc.

 

watch his completion pct this year, it was 70 his senior year at stanford, and he will be running that offense again under his old coach pep hamilton, the west coast style that jon gruden told him, " you know this offense better than i do".

 

newton more efficient than luck? just think, cam no comeback wins, 13-19 record over two seasons, and numerous late game blunders.

 

luck, 11-5 rookie season, playoffs rookie season, late game heroics, and seven 4th qtr comebacks, and he's just getting warmed up. the kid is tougher than woodpecker lips, and he's a winner.

 

now tell me about cam's effiency!

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Its sad that some people hate seeing anything good about Cam... Does it burn them? Do they look back at highschool, college, maybe back to Pop Warner, & wish they had tried harder? I mean most of those guys on TV told them Cam wouldn't be anything special in the pros right? So maybe, just maybe... They coulda made it to the show too... Or they're just whiny lil bastids.

what has he done that is so great

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first of all, i aint mad, im lovin it, and as far as cam breaking peytons record, luck broke cams record. luck went to the worst team in the league, with no running game and no offensive line and posted an 11-5 record and made the playoffs. you people hang your hat on lucks completions percentage, this kid had no running game, no offensive line, played from behind every game, had more third and longs than any qb, had constant pressure, and still mustered an 11-5 record and tied the all time mark for fourth qtr. comebacks, with 7, and you want to talk comp. ptc.

watch his completion pct this year, it was 70 his senior year at stanford, and he will be running that offense again under his old coach pep hamilton, the west coast style that jon gruden told him, " you know this offense better than i do".

newton more efficient than luck? just think, cam no comeback wins, 13-19 record over two seasons, and numerous late game blunders.

luck, 11-5 rookie season, playoffs rookie season, late game heroics, and seven 4th qtr comebacks, and he's just getting warmed up. the kid is tougher than woodpecker lips, and he's a winner.

now tell me about cam's effiency!

- Luck only broke that record because he was heaving the ball 50x a game you insolent fool. See, it's called inflation. I suggest you pick up a dictionary and get to work there, teach.

- 54% with 18 interceptions? That's efficient? Hardly. The fact is Luck was the least impressive rookie QB out of the big three last season. RG3 and Wilson were far superior. Even with Cam struggling in the early going, he still finished immensely stronger than Luck.

- Considering our special teams and defense blew late leads, your 'winner' talk holds no validation. Cam is the sole reason why The Panthers aren't 1-15 at this moment.

- Let's see, Newton in one season broke Peyton's efficiency record (along with various other offensive records), won the Heisman, and singlehandedly won Auburn the National Championship. Hmmmmmm.

- You wanna continue to talk about passing efficiency? Okay, how about this: Cam had the longest streak for a QB in 2012 to not throw a pick in multiple games. Not Peyton, Rodgers, Brady, Brees or Ryan accomplished that.

- Boo-hoo. Cam had a shaky O-Line and an egotistical coordinator he refused to let him audible at the line of scrimmage through half the season, and he still outclassed Luck.

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what has he done that is so great

Aside from a slew of records? Well he knows how to use punctuation... Also, he likely knows that the NFL has had several "clowns" at QB. McMahon, Namath, etc... Not teabagging your trainer against her will kinda clowning, granted, but clowning nonetheless.

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what has he done that is so great

 

College honors and awards

NFL honors and awards

Rookie records

  • First rookie in NFL history to pass for more than 400 yards in back to back games, September 11, 2011 vs. Arizona Cardinals and September 18, 2011 vs. Green Bay Packers[64]
  • First rookie in NFL history to throw for 10 touchdowns and run for 10 touchdowns in a season.
  • First rookie quarterback in NFL history to throw for 4,000 yards in a season.
  • Most total touchdowns by a rookie NFL player: 35 (21 pass, 14 rush).
  • 2nd Most rushing yards by a rookie quarterback: 706 (Record beat by Robert Griffin III)
  • Along with Andy Dalton, the two make the first ever pair of rookie QB's to make the Pro Bowl.
  • Most total yards by a rookie quarterback: 4,784.

Records

  • Most passing yards by a quarterback in debut game (422), September 11, 2011 vs. Arizona Cardinals
  • Most passing yards by a quarterback in first two games (854), September 11, 2011 vs. Arizona Cardinals and September 18, 2011 vs Green Bay Packers[65]
  • First quarterback in NFL history to pass for more than 400 yards in first career start, September 11, 2011 vs. Arizona Cardinals
  • Sixth quarterback to throw for 400+ yards in back to back games
  • First quarterback in NFL history to pass for more than 400 yards in first two career starts, September 11, 2011 vs. Arizona Cardinals and September 18, 2011 vs. Green Bay Packers[64]
  • Fastest player to throw for 1,000 yards (at Arizona Cardinals, vs Green Bay Packers, and vs Jacksonville Jaguars).
  • First player in NFL history with at least five rushing touchdowns and five passing touchdowns in his first five games[66]
  • Most rushing touchdowns in single season by a quarterback (14), achieved on December 4, 2011 vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
  • Second player in NFL history with 20+ pass TDs and 10+ rush TDs in a season, Joining Kordell Stewart ('97).
  • First player in NFL history with 4,000+ pass yards and 10+ rush TDs in a season.
  • First player in NFL history with 4,000+ pass yards and 500+ rush yards in a season.
  • Had a passing touchdown and a rushing touchdown in the same game eight times, tying the NFL single-season record – previously. accomplished by Steve Grogan of the New England Patriots in 1976 and Daunte Culpepper of the Minnesota Vikings in 2002.
  • 25th NFL player to have 20 rushing TD's in first two seasons (First QB Ever to do it)
  • 1st QB in NFL history with at least 500 yards rushing in first two seasons.
  • 1st player in NFL History to have over 250 passing yards and over 100 rushing yards with a passing TD and rushing TD in a game. (vs Falcons September 12, 2012, 287yards 2TD's, 116yds rushing 1TD)
  • 1st player to have 30 passing TD's and 20 rushing TD's in first two seasons
  • Most passing yards in first two years (7,920)
  • Highest Average yards of total offense, career (293.7)
  • Second player in NFL history with 7,500+ pass yards and 40+ pass TDs in first two seasons, Joining Peyton Manning ('99).

Carolina Panthers franchise records

  • Rookie quarterback records: completions (310), yards (4,051), passing touchdowns (21), completion percentage (60%), passer rating (84.5).
  • Franchise rushing record with an average of 5.60 yards per carry – 2011.
  • Longest offensive scoring play (91) to Brandon LaFell, December 24, 2011 vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
  • Second rookie to make Pro Bowl, Steve Smith in 2001 is the other.
  • First Panther to win AP Offensive Rookie of the Year.
  • Most passing attempts without an interception (176).

NFL accomplishments

fug off troll

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that, boys and girls, is how it's done.

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i am a poor righteous teacher trying to offer my wisdom to you poor lost soles.

 

 

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Yay the Colts bandwagoner is back!  Here we go:

 

grammar*

 

LOL at "jaundiced" views...just wow.  You're better suited sticking to your usual elementary vocab.

 

I see you're too scared to use your favorite word "genious" anymore, so what's your substitute?  "i am a brilliant"

 

Colts fans have to be the most uneducated morons out there.  I love it...

jaundiced was used perfectly.i am brilliant, and i am a genius. my spelling and grammar are brilliant. nobody can argue the brilliant facts i state, so you try to nitpick spelling and grammar. the lack of good football conversation on this board irratates me greatly. i have tried to spice things up a little with my brilliant insights but i dont know if there is any hope for you people. i even had to explain the term bojangler to you people, and you spend your lives defending and worshipping the biggest bojangler the nfl has ever seen. im convinced vince lombardi could not teach you people anything, and he, like myself, was a poor rightous teacher.

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guys, i just noticed something, as bad as ive been abusing you people and your sorry team, i have 0 warning points. i guess that is because i state my brilliant opinions without using profanity and vulgarity. a lot of you people should take note of that. im not naming names, you know who you are. this is too easy. like fishin with dynamite.

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College honors and awards

NFL honors and awards

Rookie records

  • First rookie in NFL history to pass for more than 400 yards in back to back games, September 11, 2011 vs. Arizona Cardinals and September 18, 2011 vs. Green Bay Packers[64]
  • First rookie in NFL history to throw for 10 touchdowns and run for 10 touchdowns in a season.
  • First rookie quarterback in NFL history to throw for 4,000 yards in a season.
  • Most total touchdowns by a rookie NFL player: 35 (21 pass, 14 rush).
  • 2nd Most rushing yards by a rookie quarterback: 706 (Record beat by Robert Griffin III)
  • Along with Andy Dalton, the two make the first ever pair of rookie QB's to make the Pro Bowl.
  • Most total yards by a rookie quarterback: 4,784.

Records

  • Most passing yards by a quarterback in debut game (422), September 11, 2011 vs. Arizona Cardinals
  • Most passing yards by a quarterback in first two games (854), September 11, 2011 vs. Arizona Cardinals and September 18, 2011 vs Green Bay Packers[65]
  • First quarterback in NFL history to pass for more than 400 yards in first career start, September 11, 2011 vs. Arizona Cardinals
  • Sixth quarterback to throw for 400+ yards in back to back games
  • First quarterback in NFL history to pass for more than 400 yards in first two career starts, September 11, 2011 vs. Arizona Cardinals and September 18, 2011 vs. Green Bay Packers[64]
  • Fastest player to throw for 1,000 yards (at Arizona Cardinals, vs Green Bay Packers, and vs Jacksonville Jaguars).
  • First player in NFL history with at least five rushing touchdowns and five passing touchdowns in his first five games[66]
  • Most rushing touchdowns in single season by a quarterback (14), achieved on December 4, 2011 vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
  • Second player in NFL history with 20+ pass TDs and 10+ rush TDs in a season, Joining Kordell Stewart ('97).
  • First player in NFL history with 4,000+ pass yards and 10+ rush TDs in a season.
  • First player in NFL history with 4,000+ pass yards and 500+ rush yards in a season.
  • Had a passing touchdown and a rushing touchdown in the same game eight times, tying the NFL single-season record – previously. accomplished by Steve Grogan of the New England Patriots in 1976 and Daunte Culpepper of the Minnesota Vikings in 2002.
  • 25th NFL player to have 20 rushing TD's in first two seasons (First QB Ever to do it)
  • 1st QB in NFL history with at least 500 yards rushing in first two seasons.
  • 1st player in NFL History to have over 250 passing yards and over 100 rushing yards with a passing TD and rushing TD in a game. (vs Falcons September 12, 2012, 287yards 2TD's, 116yds rushing 1TD)
  • 1st player to have 30 passing TD's and 20 rushing TD's in first two seasons
  • Most passing yards in first two years (7,920)
  • Highest Average yards of total offense, career (293.7)
  • Second player in NFL history with 7,500+ pass yards and 40+ pass TDs in first two seasons, Joining Peyton Manning ('99).

Carolina Panthers franchise records

  • Rookie quarterback records: completions (310), yards (4,051), passing touchdowns (21), completion percentage (60%), passer rating (84.5).
  • Franchise rushing record with an average of 5.60 yards per carry – 2011.
  • Longest offensive scoring play (91) to Brandon LaFell, December 24, 2011 vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
  • Second rookie to make Pro Bowl, Steve Smith in 2001 is the other.
  • First Panther to win AP Offensive Rookie of the Year.
  • Most passing attempts without an interception (176).

NFL accomplishments

fug off troll

 

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