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Cary Kollins

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

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Luckily our players don't gloss over these rankings like fans. They'd be complete emotional wrecks.

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I generally don't pay much attention to espn anymore, but the absurdity level in this was just too much to ignore.

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He was really #101 but ESPN didn't want the Huddle to freak out.

 

 

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He was really #101 but ESPN didn't want the Huddle to freak out.

I bet he really was outside the top 100.

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I normally don't even care.. but thats damn disrespectful.

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If anyone needs a solid, conclusive reason to quit hand-wringing over nation media's piss poor treatment of our franchise QB, this is it. Just ignore it and be much happier.

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By the way...they should list each of the 63 voter's submissions for the entertainment value.

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He was drafted at #10 in my fantasy draft...so fug espn. ...so glad fox sports 1 is up and running.

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