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Cam on 3rd Down

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I remember when our 3rd completions were terrible. Now look at it. A thing a beauty

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This may have been Cam's best game as a pro

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Cam was fabulous tonight in so many ways. He has taken that next step .

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Panthers were 8 of 11 on 3rd downs tonight.

 

Eight. Of. Eleven.

 

This will go down as Cam's signature comeback win.  It is HUGE for his psyche and development. 

 

He was phenomenal all night, but that last drive was a thing of beauty.

 

The team and Cam needed a win like this ....and they got it.

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He did it all last night. Need a big 3rd down run? I gotcha. Need a nice pass to pick up the first? Alright.

 

I used to honestly be scared at times when Cam would throw the ball, especially on 3rd down. Now? I can't wait to see how he picks it up. 

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This isn't even his final form.

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Good decision making?  Check

Great throws under pressure? Check

Signature run for the highlight real? Check

 

 

I think it's funny that everyone's narrative before the game was for Cam not to lose the game.  When in fact what happened was that Cam went out and won the game.  That run in the third quarter?  There is not other QB in the league that could have done it,  maybe a few RB's.  I refuse to believe that there are 3 QB's in the league with a stronger arm than Cam.  Just clutch clutch all the way around.

 

 

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