here's meangelo "never saying wins and losses were soley on the QB":
I don't think he was elite last year. He is an overhyped running quarterback. He didn't pass for over 300 yards after week 4. He didn't win games.
What has he really done to warrant such nut hugging? If he won games, I would understand, somewhat.
Can you blame him? Cam is an immature child who can't win games.
There is no guarantee that he will grow into anything. Has Jay Cutler grown into being a leader? Did Vince Young? Matt Ryan had a C on his chest by year two. He also won football games, but that is a different story.
these are all just from the first page of his Content list lol
"well one of my main grievances with $CAM NEWTON is that he doesn't win none of them there football games. but don't you faggot panther fans dare accuse me of pinning wins and losses solely on the quarterback!"
I see I've upset all the guys who's bedrooms were (or still are) plastered with Jordan posters....good grief
i don't like jordan because he's a skeez who fugs around on his women, a gambling addict, and by all accounts a total prick fugstick of a person to be around. i live in chapel hill too so airing that out in public would probably get me burned at the stake.
really though trying to dismiss a single thing he has to say about being a pro athlete is just... what?
so michael jordan, one of the most decorated, dominant athletes to ever live on this planet, gives cam advice on how to handle the pressure of being a star athlete and elevate his performance.
arguing that what jordan has to say on the issue doesn't matter because he's a crappy businessman makes even less sense than arguing that cam should ignore him because he was a bad baseball player would.
we finally seem to be recovering from the peppers fiasco and have developed some nice pieces at 4-3 DE and put together a damn good LB corps. i'm not overly eager to blow that up and switch to a 3-4 defense just because.
it looks more like he only has one read on most of his passing plays to me. checking it down would imply that he's reading the defense and taking what they give him.
it seems like he drops back and is instantly unloading it to an area of the field-you don't see his head or eyes moving around like he's actually reading the defense as a veteran would. on the mid range and deeper stuff you usually see him lock on to one side of the field or one guy and then unload it regardless of coverage. it's working thanks to great execution and play design.
you know there was a good few college scouting re: hard i remember reading that said the reason for hardy's drop in production his last year at ole miss and some of the reason for JPP's success was because OLs had to roll so much protection over to hardy's side.
hardy was projected to be a really early draft pick had he come out in '09.
SI's 2009 mock had Hardy going number one overall interestingly: