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Cary Kollins

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

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If you participate on twitter, please use #nflrank to let them know how God awful their "project" is.

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Because I would draft Jay cutler before I drafted Cam Newton in a fantasy league...

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I usually dont give a second thought to these things but that pretty fuging insulting.

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Just a few months ago he was voted #46 in the top 100 NFL players of 2013.

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Yeah I seen Cutler higher than Cam and immediately knew the list was a joke.   I know fantasy isn't everything, but Cam has been a top 5 fantasy player each of his two years, and was actually higher last year I believe than the year before, and they put him at #100?

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I'm laughing my ass off here.

Cam is a fudging offensive juggernaut, and he's 100th??? :lol:

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100. He was 1 player away from not making the list.

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it's espn.

 

still wondering why any of you guys even bother with that crap.

 

what's funny is that people actually pay them for "insider" info.

 

big dummies.

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