A healthy Cam (ex. Can run the ball without hesitation and can throw the ball at least 90% of what he could before his shoulder surgery) is better than Kyle Allen.
My problem is that we never got a great look at Cam in preseason before fatso fell on his foot. The thing that made Cam Newton great was his mismatch ability, big QB that could run well and big arm to hurl in tight throws or deep bombs. Toss in his killer instinct for scoring in clutch situations. From what I saw even in training camp was less distance on throws, less speed on short throws and a reluctance to let Cam be anything other than a pocket passer.
If Cam is just going to be a pocket QB, I'll take Kyle Allen 10/10 times. Allen stretches the field, makes quick throws that utilize the speed of Moore and Samuel which in turn opens up space for CMC.
If Turner invisions Cam as a pocket QB he will fail because if teams don't have to spy Cam and don't have to worry about a throw past 20 yards it leaves no space for Cam to throw in his limited range, of which he's never been consistently accurate.