Cam is going to have an awful lot to do with whether the Panthers win or not.
As I will be there, and I love him with all of his flaws, I really hope he has his best day as a pro.
Rivera suddenly looks like a coach.
The defense and special teams play as good against a playoff team as they do scrubs. Wilson is smart, accurate and patient, calm under pressure. It will be interesting. It seems like the bigger the moment, the bigger he gets.
I hope all the people on here who didn't buy tickets, buy some and show up.
It sure would be nice to walk out of BofA in September against a good team, a winner for a change.
Thanks for the post. I know you didn't mean any harm or ill will toward any player at all.
However with all due respect, this is whats wrong with Panther Nation sometimes.
Cam gets two full sentences of worry, critique and pressure cast upon him. However, Rivera (who's been a much worse Pro coach his first two years than Cam's been a pro QB), has only 4 words, without the ultimatums, expectations or pressure of cast upon Newton.
Who do you think is going to perform better on average [if you had to guess] during this game?.....I know.
Why isn't Rivera's seat constantly on the fire, and his coaching questioned (especially by outsider media, that doesn't even seem to know or care what he does/his role, or culpability on the team)?? And it's even worse, when Panther fans give Rivera a pass, and act like it's all on Cam if the team fails. We should know better.
And yes, I wish River the best! And expect much better from him this year with presence of Dave Gettlemen (hopefully anyway).
OK, I digress, I'm back now!