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The don't expect 2015 Cam argument


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2 hours ago, micnificent28 said:

I mean looking at him run over guys in Arizona, and last week at Washington I honestly don't see a drop off in his running ability at all. Not trying to disagree but he was breaking tackles and goalline running as well as ever. His rushing totals in his first full game are in line with his normal healthy averages.

Not really. 

He ran over 1 DB. Anybody can run over 1 DB.

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3 hours ago, PandaMan said:

His arm isn’t the same as it once was, that much is obvious.  He can’t make those throws on a rope 60 yards down field like he used to.  He can still play, though.  He definitely has gas left that in the tank that we can use, and considering we ran him to near empty initially, might as well run with it 

His intermediate passes actually look like they have more touch on them though, he's not sailing balls over guys heads like he used to. Could be a combination of maturity and limitation, but I think he was 70% last week when he was generally 58-60% in the past

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3 hours ago, micnificent28 said:

I mean looking at him run over guys in Arizona, and last week at Washington I honestly don't see a drop off in his running ability at all. Not trying to disagree but he was breaking tackles and goalline running as well as ever. His rushing totals in his first full game are in line with his normal healthy averages.

It's the same guy, added to his skill set, goes through his reads faster, better decision making.

Still runs like a gazelle. If we can give this guy a little protection, CMC, Robby, DJ and play defense!?

I'll go on record now as saying this is the best Cam we've seen here in Carolina but it took a stint into NE to make him the QB we expected him to ascend to here. 

We can be trouble. We have to all out beat teams AND the refs (nooooo home cooking whatsoever). We know that.

Let's go!

 

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Well when people finally quit believing in huddle myths you’ll have a clearer picture.

2015 isn’t cam’s only good year as a qb in the nfl, I’ll take 2018 cam all day everyday minus the injury, and any other season sans 2016. He has enough in the tank to play and there’s going to be some gm’s looking silly if he has a resurgence 

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