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Great article that breaks down Cam against the Vikings

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The last part is kinda funny.

 

How would the momentum have gone if Cam throws a pick on that first drive?

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Judging from the posts last week, Cam couldn't look off defenders or read defenses.

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A very nice article. It's been a problem of Cam's as of late, locking onto his receivers. I hope that he can keep up this level of play from week to week. We need good play stability here in Carolina...

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So it's official, if any of these low level branch picking writers want any attention in regards to the Panthers, do what everyone has been doing since Cam got drafted, pick him apart. Don't pay any attention to the rest of the team and how they play NOPE! make the entire article about Cam and what he is or isn't doing right so folks on the Huddle can then watch the next 11 games looking for those so called issues.

 

Every week is another Writer pick Cam apart for the sheer need for attention when it comes to the Panthers. Every week it's clear no one is seriously interested in the Panthers as a team. Three seasons in and the endless scrutinizing of Cam feels like he's still being analyzed for the Draft. When does the madness ends?

 

And why does some of these Panthers fans believe that bypointing out or overanalyzing whatever they see Cam is doing means their pathetic team will get more wins? I simply don't get the logic behind that level of thinking.

 

Do any of you seriously believe the Broncos are 6-0 simply because Peyton QB mechanics are perfect? And we're talking about a 15 year Vet.  It's simply ridiculous the way some of you are so comfortable with always finding fault with Cam. Yet, never seem to want to deal with the issues of the rest of your team. It's borderline disturbing.

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So it's official, if any of these low level branch picking writers want any attention in regards to the Panthers, do what everyone has been doing since Cam got drafted, pick him apart. Don't pay any attention to the rest of the team and how they play NOPE! make the entire article about Cam and what he is or isn't doing right so folks on the Huddle can then watch the next 11 games looking for those so called issues.

 

Every week is another Writer pick Cam apart for the sheer need for attention when it comes to the Panthers. Every week it's clear no one is seriously interested in the Panthers as a team. Three seasons in and the endless scrutinizing of Cam feels like he's still being analyzed for the Draft. When does the madness ends?

 

And why does some of these Panthers fans believe that bypointing out or overanalyzing whatever they see Cam is doing means their pathetic team will get more wins? I simply don't get the logic behind that level of thinking.

 

Do any of you seriously believe the Broncos are 6-0 simply because Peyton QB mechanics are perfect? And we're talking about a 15 year Vet.  It's simply ridiculous the way some of you are so comfortable with always finding fault with Cam. Yet, never seem to want to deal with the issues of the rest of your team. It's borderline disturbing.

 

Replace the coach as they did in Kansas City (with a good one), and you'll see a miraculous turnaround with the Panthers, thus less scrutiny of Cam. 

 

I'm not sure if you're killing this article, or writers in general? This writer wasn't so bad. However, I do agree, that many of them love to talk about "Cam's development" as if to say Luck, RG3, Wilson, and Kaepernick are not developing themselves, just cause their teams made the playoffs last year. The irony; you can argue Cam is clearly more developed than Kaep and RG3 (who need gimmick offenses, and/or run games to lean on), and arguably against Wilson or Luck.  

 

Yes, it becomes a bit tedious. And it's clear many of them don't actually watch the Panthers, and/or are trying to write the story themselves, instead of telling the truth (like Cam is a more advanced pocket QB than RG3 or Kaep, and his coaching has been awful many times, blowing inexplicable games that tarnish his reputation and won/loss record). 

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The film has yet to be released so I can't really speak on my own but it did look like Can had better movement in the pocket and if he was looking defenders off that's huge. Those two have been some of his biggest problems. Aside fron forcing footballs.

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Judging from the posts last week, Cam couldn't look off defenders or read defenses.

Sometimes he isnt successful in those areas. Its not about absolutes. Yesterday he played excellent....last week not so much.

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Idk if he actually looked anyone off.  We all know is stares down Steve, and when it isn't open, goes to his second option.  His second option just happened to be wide the fug open because of a poor Vikings' defensive scheme.  Sorry, but it's going to take more than one play in one game to convince me that Cam is evolving.

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Cam was awesome yesterday. It was really nice seeing him use all options and even checking down when the big play wasn't there.

I do want to see him make the same plays in a tight game in the 4th quarter, however if his style is to just to blolow the doors off the opponents, then let's just keep doing that.

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Many opinions of Cam and this team may change over the next 10 days.  I would sacrifice a live chicken if I thought it would do any good but somehow, someway if we can win these next 2, many more writers will be posting articles like this....

 

 

 

 

 

 

....and the Huddle may implode.

 

 

God I love Mondays when the Panthers win.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Idk if he actually looked anyone off. We all know is stares down Steve, and when it isn't open, goes to his second option. His second option just happened to be wide the fug open because of a poor Vikings' defensive scheme. Sorry, but it's going to take more than one play in one game to convince me that Cam is evolving.

You will never see it till you actually look. That's your problem not Cams.

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