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First win after a Cam INT

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Congrats to Cam and the Panthers for their first victory after a Cam thrown INT!

Our team might have finally figured out how to pull itself out of the muck after falling.

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Umm week 17 2012?

Pick 6. And trailing in the 3rd quarter maybe 4th quarter.

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No, it's not. Cam threw a pick against Oakland last year and we won (and beat the Saints after a Cam pick six and he didn't even score once in week 17.)

But it was a great win nonetheless, I loved how well Cam bounced back, normally those mistakes make him start to press, but he actually seemed to settle down after getting it out of his system.

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He had a INT in the Raider game last year we won 17-6 - oops was beat to it .

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Naw dude. The saints game he not only threw a pick, but a pick 6. This not winning after throwing an INT ended last season

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Two games late last year were the end of that 

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First games when the season still matters anyway.

 

Gotta admit, Cam's matured a lot, he doesn't seem to let the turnovers get to him as much.

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fieryprophet got it right....

 

 

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First win that the defense showed up and showed out, after a Cam interception...

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I stand corrected but point stands. Great job team

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