Cmon guys, we cant "BLAME CAM"!!!!!!!!!!! WE CAN"T BLAME CAM!!!
Anyways, this was one bad throw he made and w'ere acting like he made these kinda throws all game, c'mon man. Even Peyton makes these kind of throws sometimes.. Why can't we ever point out a positive throw or decision Cam has made? Why does it always have to be his worst throws? He showed major improvement in this game in regards to his decision making and accuracy but yet all we're focusing on is the few quips he made (believe it or not, Peyton didn't made a few bad thows on 3rd in the Baltimore game!).
Also, some people don't realize that when Cam "doesn't see" an open receiver like ginn or lafell it's not cuz he didn't "see" them but because they werent his primary reads in the play call or even a designed read at all. Now is this the case all the time? Of course not, sometimes he actually misses them as well. But all I'm really trying to say is some of you are all looking at this one bad play and portraying it like he did this all game or what not, when he actually played a really solid and efficient game overall. Could he have some made better reads and throws? Of course, but he also could have used some help from Olsen and DWill as well. This one bad play doesn't take away from the overall essential and drastic improvement cam has shown with his patience in the pocket as well as his accuracy and timing with his throws (especially against that tough Seattle secondary, even without browner.) Does Cam Newton, a QB who only had 1 year of high level CFB starting experience before he came into the league, still need to work on things? Of course he does. But has he shown enough improvement at the beginning of his third year as a pro to warrant enough confidence that he will eventually turn his immense raw talent into an immense amount of wins for this franchise (even if its with a new and hopefully more competent OC)? I personally think so, no matter how bad that play was. On to the bills!