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pepaw

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#2471732 I left my shart in San Francisco

Posted by pepaw on 07 November 2013 - 10:45 AM

I love the huddle.

 




#2454491 If the playoffs started today..

Posted by pepaw on 28 October 2013 - 01:33 PM

What's scary is how weak Detroit's upcoming schedule is.




#2359742 Give your honest opinion. Carolina's record this season, post it.

Posted by pepaw on 07 September 2013 - 06:39 PM

6-10

 

Weak O Line, that won't be average until week 8.  Poor offensive coordinator and a Head Coach that can't handle pressure.




#2319599 This is truly THE best Panthers forum

Posted by pepaw on 10 August 2013 - 10:03 PM

There's other boards?

 




#2275393 Frank Scwhab: Cam Newton’s greatness is being overshadowed by a lot of needle...

Posted by pepaw on 02 July 2013 - 02:00 PM

An objective article on Cam from Yahoo Shutdown Corner. <3

 

Link Here

 

Pick up a football preview magazine, or click on a Carolina Panthers team preview online, you're likely to see some variation of the same report on Cam Newton.

Immature. Disappointing second season. Didn't develop as hoped. Needs to turn his career back around this season.

 

Newton is one of the best players in the NFL, and could be on the verge of a special career. It's just a bit strange that the narrative surrounding him has gone in an entirely different direction.

 

Was Newton, who had arguably the best rookie season of all time in 2011, bad in 2012? Well, let's compare him to a couple of the NFL's brightest stars and find out:

Player A: 3,869 yards, 19 TD, 12 INT, 57.7 completion percentage, 8.0 yards per attempt, 86.2 rating
Player B: 4,374 yards, 23 TD, 18 INT, 54.1 completion percentage, 7.0 yards per attempt, 76.5 rating

 

Player A is obviously Newton. Player B is Andrew Luck, who has gotten a lot more pats on the back this offseason than Newton. Luck (who is great is his own right) had 142 more passing attempts, but Newton was much more efficient throwing the ball.

 

Newton is more than just a passer. So let's take a look at this rushing comparison:

Player A: 127 attempts, 741 yards, eight touchdowns
Player B: 120 attempts, 815 yards, seven touchdowns

 

Player B might have been a touch better, but it's pretty close. Player A is Cam Newton, Player B is Robert Griffin III. And we all know which of those two is getting more praise this offseason.

 

So last season Newton threw it better than Luck, was almost as productive running it as Griffin, and we're supposed to believe he took a major step back. Luck and Griffin took their teams to the playoffs, but as we already know, it's foolish to judge a quarterback simply on his record (and, the Panthers weren't that far off anyway, going a terribly unlucky 1-7 in games decided by less than a touchdown).

 

Does Newton need more work on his accuracy, and overall game? Sure. Here's the list of quarterbacks who needed a good amount of work after two NFL seasons: Every quarterback who has ever played. Newton is 24. He'll get better.

 

Newton did struggle for a bit last season, but if you think he had a bad 2012 you tuned out after seven Panthers games. Here's what he did his last nine games, and how that prorates out to a 16-game season:

Last nine games: 2,168 yards, 14 TD, 4 INT, 159-for-273 (58.2 percent), 94.7 rating, 76 rushes, 431 rushing yards, 5 rushing TD
Prorated for a full season: 3.854.2 yards, 24.9 TD, 7.1 INT, 135.1 rushes, 766.2 rushing yards, 8.9 rushing TD

 

That would be a heck of a season, especially for a 23-year-old second-year quarterback. The Panthers were 6-3 in those final nine games, for those interested in such things.

 

So Newton had what amounts to a seven-game sophomore slump. In the last nine games he had a better quarterback rating than players like Matt Schaub, Tony Romo, Philip Rivers, Joe Flacco, Eli Manning and Matthew Stafford had in 2012. Newton was a better passer over his last nine games than Flacco was last season, and Flacco just got a $120 million extension. And over the season Newton rushed for more touchdowns than Jamaal Charles, C.J. Spiller, Chris Johnson, Matt Forte, LeSean McCoy and many, many others.

 

So, so disappointing.

 

Instead of the talk focusing on Newton's phenomenal first two seasons, we hear about how he's not a captain yet and how he needs better body language. He seems to rub people the wrong way, going all the way back to the NCAA investigation into his recruitment at Auburn. It's overshadowing his greatness.

 

The way people view Newton will change, and very soon. He's way too good for everyone to continue to nitpick on things like him smiling too much before games and his touchdowns celebrations. Don't miss out.

 

 




#2252190 Now Do Yall Believe My Sorenson Coked Up Story? ...

Posted by pepaw on 06 June 2013 - 04:37 PM

is that how you acquired the name Pee paw?!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!! Ok I'm sorry. That was terrible. Horrible post.

 

I disagree sir. Well done!




#2252166 Now Do Yall Believe My Sorenson Coked Up Story? ...

Posted by pepaw on 06 June 2013 - 04:02 PM

Fun fact, I've urinated on App State's football field in the black of night. Kind of like Batman or a ninja.




#2250994 DA KRAKEN IS IN THE HOUSEEEEE (and they let me start my own topic)

Posted by pepaw on 05 June 2013 - 11:25 AM

I thought I deleted it, but it has been found...

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You should post that on CJ's twitter.




#2247058 Free Pie...

Posted by pepaw on 31 May 2013 - 02:01 PM

nice avatar

 

You too =)




#2246962 Free Pie...

Posted by pepaw on 31 May 2013 - 12:42 PM

Pie for me