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Don’t count on ever seeing Old Cam again

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Doctors don't always know. I was told with ACL reconstruction and a bucket handle tear that I would have bursitis and arthritis in my knee by 50. That was over a decade ago and I have had few problems. I  am active and routine hike, climb and scuba dive with no problems 

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1 hour ago, TheMostInterestingMan said:

I mean his 2015 season was a top 10 statistical season for a QB of all time and would be even higher if Ginn hadn’t dropped like 5 wide open TDs that year... 

Why people insist we’ve been waiting for Cam to be a dumpoff game manager with a deep ball confuses the hell out of me. He had 45 total TDs to 10 INTs that year and went 15-1...

I’ll take that over whatever QB you are referring to any day. 

Same offensive philosophy lost us the super bowl though...

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The fact that the surgery was minor, probably just a scope to clean some inflammation out, supports this argument that it may be a cartilage issue. Because there's really nothing that you can do about it. Just gotta prevent as much inflammation as possible as the season progresses. 

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The good thing is Cam is a freakshow and cut from a completely different cloth from the most of the world. I wouldn't use conventional wisdom for someone like him. 

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7 hours ago, mc52beast said:

Was listening  to a radio show, have to admit I don’t know who it was. They were talking about Cams injury and said they had spoke to a doctor who said that part of Cams problem is his cartilage is starting to break down and once that starts it never stops. 

Guy said it’s going to be impossible for Cam to return to his former playing level where he could sling it, said Norv’s short passing game will help Cam in the long run.

Take it FWIW

If some unknown guy said it, it must be a fact 

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Cams problem was not arthritis(what you are talking about). He had a tear that was shaved and was minor and he had scar tissue removed to increase range. Fyi even if he does develop arthritis in his 40s his shoulder will still have the range and power to throw a deep ball. Only injury that could cause a weak shoulder would be A. More scar tissue or B. A tearing of more tendons.

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I already knew that. Cam will never be the same as he was 2 or 3 years ago, injuries and age catch up with all of us. 

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8 hours ago, TheMostInterestingMan said:

I mean his 2015 season was a top 10 statistical season for a QB of all time and would be even higher if Ginn hadn’t dropped like 5 wide open TDs that year... 

Why people insist we’ve been waiting for Cam to be a dumpoff game manager with a deep ball confuses the hell out of me. He had 45 total TDs to 10 INTs that year and went 15-1...

I’ll take that over whatever QB you are referring to any day. 

Teams figured out how to attack Cam after 2015. I don't think we will see many folks duplicate that including Cam.  Cam in 2015 did it largely by himself. I want Cam in this offense over that offense getting the ball to the open guy instead of holding it trying to make a play.. we have enough playmakers that it is hard for a defense to shut us down by taking away our running quarterback.

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I'm so glad that the fat waste of sperm I call donut benjamin ruined cams career.  Fatass, you wrecked a guys career and then had enough balls to talk poo about him.  Hope he drowns in crisco.

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12 hours ago, PhillyB said:

plenty of quarterbacks have won rings without the ability to thread the ball forty yards up the seam on a frozen rope. cam was in the MVP discussions the first half of last season despite playing what felt to us like a water-down offensive system and it doesn't seem far-fetched to believe he'll end up right back there next year.

We were 6-2 and then defenses figured out Cam couldn't go yard. If Cam doesn't have the ability to stretch the field even 40 yards past the LOS, he doesn't need to be playing. Sorry, but at that point he becomes a hindrance.

I love Cam as much as the next person and pray that he gets healthy because he truly has elevated the franchise, but if he can't go he can't go. Gotta be able to throw that "hot, stinky, cheddar."

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3 hours ago, panthers55 said:

Teams figured out how to attack Cam after 2015. I don't think we will see many folks duplicate that including Cam.  Cam in 2015 did it largely by himself. I want Cam in this offense over that offense getting the ball to the open guy instead of holding it trying to make a play.. we have enough playmakers that it is hard for a defense to shut us down by taking away our running quarterback.

What? If Cam could throw the ball 60 yards in the air we wouldve been 14-2 last season with the emergance of Samuel and Moore. Cam wouldve been in the MVP conversation as well. But that didn't happen because his shoulder is fuged, hopefully not beyond repair.

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Remember when the echo chamber was going on and on about the lack of deep threats being the problem? Remember when people (that creepy Auburn fan especially) turned on Voth for noting that Cam hadn't been throwing the deep ball well all preseason at the end of the pre season? It wasnt until they realized the opportunity to blame the team that they accepted this. Now it's to the point some claim he couldn't throw 10 to 20 yards and it was a waste of our deep ball talent. Interesting how that spun around like that 

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