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BBR: Safe to Assume Cam Starts Sunday

18 December 2014 - 12:18 PM

Black & Blue Review ‏@BlackBlueReview  1m1 minute ago
Cam Newton again looked good, real good. Full video soon. Safe to now assume a Sunday start.

Peter King on Cam and Carolina

08 December 2014 - 09:27 AM

Let’s assume Atlanta loses in Green Bay tonight. The three NFC South teams would be separated by a half game … and, amazingly, any of the three teams could win the division by winning the final three games on its schedule. Each team, too, could think it’s the best team, based on one recent result: Atlanta over Arizona 29-16 last week; New Orleans over Pittsburgh 35-32 last week; and Carolina over New Orleans 41-10 this week. My pick to win the division? Carolina, with the impressive 1-6 record since week six.
Offensive Players of the Week
Cam Newton, quarterback, Carolina. This was the first time all year that we got Classic Cam, the multiple threat as a passer and runner, and the vocal leader of his team, and the Superman thing, whether you like it all or not. This is the Newton that Carolina needs to be great, and great he was in the 41-10 rout of the Saints at the Superdome. He was 21 of 33 for 226 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions—and he ran it 12 times for 83 yards and a touchdown … the 2-yard TD run that resulted in a mini-brawl after the Saints took exception to Newton’s Superman celebration. The Panthers looked like the best team in a bad division Sunday afternoon, and Newton was the reason.
1. I think this is what I liked about Week 14:
b. Cam Newton’s well-placed touchdown throw to Kelvin Benjamin to put the Saints behind the 8-ball early in New Orleans. Newton has taken too much of the blame for the bare-cupboard offense he was given.







"[Cam] might be two years away from being finished."

04 December 2014 - 12:01 PM

This year, that quartet has been defined by different images: Wilson leaning over a news conference podium in mid-October, one year removed from a Super Bowl win, trying to dismiss talk of a locker room controversy that centered around him and questions about a mediocre start to the season; Kaepernick's sullen eyes peering glumly through his helmet after he stumbled once again against the Seahawks; Newton launching so many errant passes for a 3-8-1 team that one NFC general manager said, "He might be two years away from being finished."





Wow. That is the perception of one of the most gifted and talented athletes to enter the league in years. That is the perception that Mike Shula's prehistoric offense and Ron Rivera's pussy mentality has engendered around the league. 

Steve Young on his Development aka Why Coaching Matters

03 December 2014 - 11:25 AM





Cam needs an offensive guru to help him through this as well (not to mention an offensive line so he actually HAS the chance to exhaust a play's options). 


Mike Shula is not that man.

5 wins and we're in!

20 November 2014 - 10:00 AM


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