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TonyN

Member Since 26 Oct 2012
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In Topic: Cam and Russell pressure stats this season: the raw numbers

Yesterday, 09:53 PM

I also think you're forgetting that Can is putting up his best passing numbers this year, so even if you believe he has had a clean pocket, then you should have nothing to complain about.

 

I am not blaming Newton for the start this year. Not at all. Newton is what he is. But since you bring up numbers, here they are:

 

Cam Newton is

 

26th in completion percentage

22nd in yards per attempt

21st in NFL passer rating

18th in yards per game and

17th in total QBR

 

There is plenty of finger pointing and hyperbole thrown around on this forum about other parts of the team, from the owner, GM and coaches to the offensive line, defensive line, defensive backs, linebackers and even running backs and receivers.

 

Guess what: Cam Newton has not been that great either.


In Topic: Cam and Russell pressure stats this season: the raw numbers

Yesterday, 07:27 PM

Newton is literally the very last person on the list of people to blame for our shortcomings.

 

I did not blame Newton for anything.

 

I was just pointing out that Seattle has had just as many problems in pass protection as the Panthers have.

 

It is one of the reasons they are struggling.

 

I am not sure how pointing this out became an indictment of Newton...perhaps hypersensitivity is the answer.

 

It is a very strange fan base indeed that gets angered because someone comes to the defense of a portion of the team---just by saying it is not as terrible as some would like to make out.


In Topic: Cam and Russell pressure stats this season: the raw numbers

Yesterday, 07:21 PM

No need. Your whole thread is a spin.

 

No spin. Just stats.

 

Sorry you don't like them.


In Topic: Cam and Russell pressure stats this season: the raw numbers

Yesterday, 07:19 PM

cam makes his shitty shitty shitty UDFA line look like a bottom five squad, when nearly any other QB in the league wouldn't be able to make up for their ineptitude and they'd be in discussion with the 2006 raiders for worst offensive line in NFL history.

OP is a perspectiveless dunce

 

The most hurried QB in the NFL this season is Phillip Rivers. And that was before last nights game.

 

Meanwhile, the Chargers are 32nd in the NFL is yards per carry at 3.0. Dead last.

 

Exactly how is Phillip Rivers making up for this ineptitude???


In Topic: Cam and Russell pressure stats this season: the raw numbers

Yesterday, 07:12 PM

Cam not running or looking slow never made him immobile in the pocket.

Our lineman get comically beat each week. Fortunately, Cam hasn't been drilled when it happens.

As far as the week 1. Good or bad, what goes down week 1 doesn't mean much. Too many oddities in week 1 matchups

 

Are you referring to all those times Newton just stands in the pocket without even the slightest attempt to drift right or left while the pocket collapses around him???

 

Sure, the man takes off occasionally, but as far as moving in the pocket to buy time to throw downfield...not so much.

 

This was never intended to be a "Cam Newton" thread, but by golly here we are !!!

 

Anyway, I am not going to argue with a true believer.

 

I am sure in the Bengals game for instance, the game where Carolina had 46 passing attempts, 0 sacks and 4 QB hits, no other QB in the league would have survived. Only Cam...LOL.
 


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