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Something Neat I Noticed From Giants Game

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A great read and/or decision is more important than a great throw.

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Cam said after the game it was a bad throw.

Cam likes to exaggerate his failures. It could have been a little better placed but it wasn't a bad one by any stretch.

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Cam likes to exaggerate his failures. It could have been a little better placed but it wasn't a bad one by any stretch.

Agreed.

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He's a free agent at the end of this season

 

Yes.  I knew this.

 

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Get the feeling that Newton to LaFell is the future of the Panthers, just as Delhomme to Smith once was...know what I mean?

 

Not really.  I mean Lafell might end up being a good receiver, but I can see him ever being the threat that Smith was. 

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This play was perfectly called and well executed. I won't say perfectly executed because the throw was a little off, but the play was such a thing of beauty the defender didn't stand a chance even with a less than perfect throw by Cam. I believe Cam was a little timid to put too much on the pass and tried out his ability to put the right amount of "touch" on the ball. The result was 6 so good job all around.

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That's my QB.

He's flawed but if you asked whether or not I believe he can take us to the promiseland I wouldn't take a microsecond to answer that.

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nice design play. lots of options. 

 

dude in the flats to the right wide open. 

 

smith with a step on his guy cutting across the middle. 

 

 

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The throw was great whether Cam realizes it or not. :P

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who was it that was trying to say it was a bad play and if the defender hadn't had his back turned it wouldn't have been a touchdown

 

lol

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