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Damn... they trying soo hard.

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who goes to msn for sporting news

 

 

people who don't know how to change their home page after they install IE.

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its my default home page for I.E... and before the " who uses I.E.!!!!!!111" I do... chill

 

told you

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its my default home page for I.E... and before the " who uses I.E.!!!!!!111" I do... chill

 

i feel so bad for you. 

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thanks for the sympathy... I think i'll make it tho...

 

#Noworries

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who goes to msn for sporting news

It linked me to Fox Sports. It's a headline on Fox Sports.

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lol this is pretty bad.  No mention whatsoever of all the other players that the Forbes magazine article they referenced mentioned wearing it too.  Only Cam.  Trying to paint Cam as a willful sole violator of a rule.  This is pretty damning evidence of the "media conspiracy theory hate mission on Cam".  I've never really bought into it, no more so than understanding that every drama needs its villains,  but this was pretty hard to ignore.

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I think they fuged up the title.  Here's what they meant to say:

 

"Cam Newton has been breaking NFL records since his rookie season"

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Cam just delivered the biggest beat down in franchise history, and this is the story plastered all across the media. I'm not one who tries to read a persecution complex into Cam and the media but this crap is damn mystifying.

 

I don't know that one disgruntled Giants fan who happens to work for a major news magazine taking advantage of his position to be a douchebucket qualifies as 'media'.

 

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I don't know that one disgruntled Giants fan who happens to work for a major news magazine taking advantage of his position to be a douchebucket qualifies as 'media'.

 

 

maybe not but several other news sources ran with the story without checking themselves and taking a "douchebucket"'s word at face value without looking into it themselves.

 

the media hates cam and in general ESPN dislikes the Panthers. You think it's a coincidence that whenever there is a player or team montage it always show the panthers getting dominated at one point or another?

 

 

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maybe not but several other news sources ran with the story without checking themselves and taking a "douchebucket"'s word at face value without looking into it themselves.

 

the media hates cam and in general ESPN dislikes the Panthers. You think it's a coincidence that whenever there is a player or team montage it always show the panthers getting dominated at one point or another?

 

Said it before.  I don't really think they hate him.  Most sports guys don't have deep personal feelings about guys they cover unless they know them personally.

 

Generally speaking, they just have a negative perception of him that most are too lazy to bother verifying because he doesn't play for an 'important' team.

 

Until the Panthers become more relevant, there's no compelling reason for the national guys to wonder if they're being fair or not, other than journalistic integrity.

 

(and if you think that exists in modern sports media, I've got bad news for you...) :(

 

Bottom Line: They just don't know any better.  Should they?  Absolutely, but good luck on that given that nobody much cares but Panther fans.

 

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