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I know I know PRESEASON.... But should we be concerned about Cam's accuracy?


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#109 TonyN

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Posted 23 August 2013 - 03:24 AM

Oh please. You clearly saw the dropped passes by lafell and olsen on 3rd downs yet you are trying to act like people are making up elaborate excuses for cam? Give me a fuging break jesus, you people are just as annoying as the cam nuthuggers you love to call.

 

thanks for proving my point.

 

How about last week ???

 

How about last year ???

 

Carolina's First Team Offense has gone 12 straight possessions without scoring a touchdown this preseason.

 

 

"I was absolutely not pleased with how I played," Newton told The Associated Press

 



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Posted 23 August 2013 - 03:30 AM

thanks for proving my point.

How about last week ???

How about last year ???


I don't know where you got your numbers from but PFF had Cam at 55.8% on third downs (FYI: Cam interestingly enough is dominant on first downs).

Don't know if you're trolling, or completely misinformed.

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Posted 23 August 2013 - 03:36 AM

thanks for proving my point.

 

How about last week ???

 

How about last year ???

 

Carolina's First Team Offense has gone 12 straight possessions without scoring a touchdown this preseason.

 

 

"I was absolutely not pleased with how I played," Newton told The Associated Press

 

 

What is the point of your quote from cam? Obviously no one is pleased with how cam played because he can and has played better than he did tonight. However you are not looking at nuances of the game that contributed to cam not performing well. How much was he pressured because of a bad o-line compared to other qbs, how much was he sacked compared to others. All of that matters. Cam needs to get better no one here is disagreeing but so does the o-line, so does the wr to not drop multiple passes. 



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Posted 23 August 2013 - 03:36 AM

By the by, 13 for 19 is accurate to me. Better than 8 for 24 with 4 INTs. That's for damn certain.

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Posted 23 August 2013 - 03:40 AM

I don't know where you got your numbers from but PFF had Cam at 55.8% on third downs (FYI: Cam interestingly enough is dominant on first downs).

Don't know if you're trolling, or completely misinformed.

 

Newton was 50.4 % on all 3rd downs last year.

 

He was 55.6 % on 3rd and 1 to 2 yards to go.

 

You are the one who is "completely uninformed"...

 

Newton's success on 1st down was largely a product of the uncertainty introduced by the read option...you take away that uncertainty...and guess what??? You get 49.8% on 3rd and more than 2. Look it up.



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Posted 23 August 2013 - 03:49 AM

Newton was 50.4 % on all 3rd downs last year.

He was 55.6 % on 3rd and 1 to 2 yards to go.

You are the one who is "woefully" uninformed...

Newton's success on 1st down was largely a product of the uncertainty introduced by the read option...you take away that uncertainty...and guess what??? You get 49.8% on 3rd and more than 2. Look it up.


Lmao, the uncertainty? Hahaha! Chud's playcalling was beyond predictable last season, especially when Cam was in the Read Option formation. The fact that Newton amassed so much yardage on first downs was purely on Cam's athletic ability. There was never any mystery you obscene dolt.

Funny you mention Sanchez and Gabbert in that collective group. Guess what they all had in common with Newton last season? No run game, and no inconsistent protection.

I applaud your pathetic attempt to appear intelligent but alas...

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Posted 23 August 2013 - 03:56 AM

Lmao, the uncertainty? Hahaha! Chud's playcalling was beyond predictable last season, especially when Cam was in the Read Option formation. The fact that Newton amassed so much yardage on first downs was purely on Cam's athletic ability. There was never any mystery you obscene dolt.

Funny you mention Sanchez and Gabbert in that collective group. Guess what they all had in common with Newton last season? No run game, and no inconsistent protection.

I applaud your pathetic attempt to appear intelligent but alas...

 

If Newton's success on 1st down was strictly due to his athletic ability...why did that athletic ability desert him when the other team knew he had to pass ???

 

You want to talk about QB's with no run game and inconsistent protection???

 

I can list several who had worse run games, and worse protection than Newton...

 

How about Aaron Rogers for starters???

And Rivers, Dalton, Romo, Roethlisberger and Flacco...

 

Chudzinski was predictable on 1st down calls last year ???...LOL:

-On first down, the Panthers passed the ball 130 times (50% of first downs) and ran 128 running plays (50% of first downs)

 

It is impossible to get less predictable than 50/50...LOL...but go ahead and keep proving you don't know what you are talking about.