I would hope that all you Cam haters should have learned over the past couple of games that it's very presumptuous on your part to write the final chapter on Cam Newton in your limited minds. Granted, the Panthers didn't face the best teams, but on any given Sunday even the worst of teams can pull a win out of their backside, as you know. This is the pros. In any event, you must admit that Cam has looked great. Now, of course, Cam needs to continue to consistently make the proper reads and take what the defenses are giving him---whether that be with his legs or dinking and dunking in the passing. As you can see, Cam can do the things to lead his team to victory, and he can do it well (i.e., very efficiently). It's just a matter of going through the process and making the transition from a relatively inexperienced collegiate superstar type of QB with a year at a football factory, to a seasoned professional in the NFL.
Likewise, it's no coincidence that Cam's play has improved as coaching and the O-line play has simultaneously improved. Give Cam time to stand in the pocket, and/or the green light (i.e., the support and motivation) to take off for the sticks when the situation warrants, and you see what a difference it makes. Right? So regardless of how the season ultimately plays itself out, you should have seen enough to let you know that the organization and fans would be remiss to give up on a QB who has so much promise and potential if put into not only the right circumstances, but optimal conditions.