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If I wanted to be a real ass I could post Geno stats against the Bucs and Cams Stats against the Bucs. But I don't want to ruin every ones happy mood.

Geno Smith - 24/38 ATT, 256 YDS, 6.7 AVG, 1 TD, 1 INT. 6 Rushes 47 YDS, 6.7 AVG. QBR 48.5, QB Rating 80.6. Won 18-17.

Cam Newton - 23/32 ATT, 221 YDS, 6.9 AVG, 2 TD's, 0 INT's. 11 Rushes, 50 YDS, 4.5 AVG, 1 TD. QBR 86.4, QB Rating 111.6. Won 31-13.

Once again, Squirrel is talking out of his ass.

You've basically become the new Grits of the huddle, and sooner or later you'll be banned just like him too.

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So should we still trade Cam for this guy?

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Geno Smith may one day be a good NFL QB. But right now, he's just way to inconsistent an error prone to be favorably compared to Cam. 

 

Give him time. Then maybe?????

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Geno Smith may one day be a good NFL QB. But right now, he's just way to inconsistent an error prone to be favorably compared to Cam. 

 

Give him time. Then maybe?????

True that's because he is a rookie.  He is making a lot of stupid mistakes right now but he is also making some great plays. He will get better.  The question will be can he protect the ball better when pressured.  He has a bad habit of fumbling the ball if pressured.

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In all honesty, I don't know if Squirrel is an antagonist to Cam or seeking attention. I'm more leaning to him being an attention seeker.

 

But, I seriously wonder why there are so many Cam antagonists where he is the starting QB and it's clear he's carrying the team?

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Rookie Cam:  2,393 passing yards, 60.6%, 12 TDs, 9 INTs  /  319 rushing yards, 7 TDs, 4 fumbles (first 8 games)

 

Rookie Geno: 1,882 passing yards, 59.3%, 8 TDs, 13 INTs  /  154 rushing yards, 2 TDs, 6 fumbles (first 8 games)

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So worse in every category? Excellent.

 

Dec 22 should be a fun day at BOA.*

 

*unless you're one of our RBs, Jets have top ranked running D

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