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Actions speak louder than words and in Cam Newton’s case his body language during the fourth quarter of games speaks volumes. So much so that two of his teammates felt the need to talk to him about it. Newton speaking to the media a few days after their win against the Houston Texans had this to say: “I have a bad tendency of showing my emotions on my face. I have to change it, and I’m trying to change it…You’ve got to be that same leader from the first quarter to the last quarter.” To his credit, Newton hadn’t lost many games before he became the Carolina Panthers’ starting quarterback. Although he vowed not to become accustomed to losing after the Panthers’ first couple of losses, his body language in the fourth quarter of games told another story altogether. Especially when games got tight or the Panthers’ would lose momentum during the second half of games. It wouldn’t be long before Carolina got behind and you would see Newton sitting on the bench sulking with a towel over his head. You can definitely see a difference in Newton’s demeanor the past couple of games though. As Houston was threatening to [...]
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So far, Carolina Panthers rookie Cam Newton has live up to the hype of the number one overall draft pick. This season, he broke rookie records for rushing touchdowns and passing yards by a rookie quarterback.
However, the most impressive thing he did over Christmas weekend was this 49-yard run against the Tampa Bay Bucs:
Ever get a bank account boner? Let me paint a picture for you. Imagine buying Cam Newton’s game-worn BCS pants before Newton is even drafted. You spend $1,500 and are instantly called a “f-ing moron.” Then the guy is drafted #1 overall and then goes out and accounts for 34 Panthers’ TDs. Rookie of the Year, rookie records destroyed, blah, blah, blah. But then the guy shows...
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NFL Quarterback Cam Newton of the Carolina Panthers and Charlotte Bobcats owner Michael Jordan sit courtside during the season opener against the Milwaukee Bucks yesterday at Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte — Cam and the G.O.A.T. watched Mj’s Bobcats beat the Bucks 96-95 — Are these the two best athletes the world has ever...
I love Cam Newton.
Now that that’s out of the way it’s time for me to swipe those cute little buns across the fiery pits of racial reality. Beware there are about to be some 3rd degree burns on those talented little ass cheeks.
ESPN posted an interview with Cam that will be in their Magazine next month where he touches on all of those who criticized him when he was coming into...
Video: D Wade Shoot Game Winner, Does “The Superman” to Cam Newton! Another day, another Miami Heat highlight. Wade only had 10 points in the win over the Bobcats, but he made these 2 count. Then he finds the 6 foot 5 inch 150 pound Panthers QB in the stands, and he does the home [...]
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - Despite a record-setting rookie season, Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was not selected to the Pro Bowl.He certainly isn't pouting over it."Who am I to be mad at the fact that I'm the first alternate?" Newton said with a wide smile Wednesday.Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees and ...
Look for Panthers rookie Cam Newton to be a little extra motivated this week against the Saints after missing out on the Pro Bowl.
Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees and Eli Manning made the NFC team ahead of Newton.
Newton has combined for 34 touchdowns, while Manning has 27.
Rookie quarterbacks Cam Newton of the Carolina Panthers and Andy Dalton of the Cincinnati Bengals were both selected first alternates for the Pro Bowl.
The Carolina Panthers are hot right now as they have won two games in a row and four of their last five. In their last two games, they have outscored their opponents 76-29! The Saints have won seven games in a row. They need a win and a 49ers loss to the Rams to secure the #2 seed in the NFC for the playoffs. I don’t see the Niners losing to the Rams. The Saints won the...
After clinching third place in the NFC South by virtue of their 48-16 blowout of Tampa Bay, the Panthers' 2012 schedule is pretty well set.
Besides divisional games, the NFC South will be paired with the NFC East and AFC West next season. The Panthers also will face the third-place teams from the NFC North (Chicago) and NFC West (the winner of Sunday's Arizona-Seattle game...