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Cary Kollins

ESPN ranks Cam Newton the 100th best offensive player in league

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Lol.

 

http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/9491428/2013-nfl-player-rankings-offense-100-91

 

 

 

 

 

In two seasons, Newton has 62 total touchdowns (40 passing and 22 rushing). The only player in NFL history with more total touchdowns over his first two seasons is Dan Marino. Newton does take a beating though, getting hit on 25 percent of his rushes and drop-backs in 2012 (no other player was over 20 percent; NFL average is 12 percent).
 

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If thats the case then we should have no other players on the list.

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Let him prove those clowns wrong!

He already did in 2011and again in 2012.
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I usually try not to be a homer, but that is actually laughable. A center being a better offensive player than a starting QB that has record breaking numbers in his first two seasons? 

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this is nuts. 8000 yards passing and 1500 rushing 62 TD's is good for 100th?

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Let him prove those clowns wrong again!

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ESPN serious hates Cam. Just lulz. 

 

At least Yas came to his aid 

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They list him at 100, and then provide a quote like that?  It's almost like they're saying, "Yeah, we know he's broken records, but he's doing it without protection, so he must not really be that good."

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