Found November 09, 2011 on
Some interesting Panthers numbers as the team prepares to play 4-4 Tennessee Sunday in the final game of Carolina's three-game homestand:1: Touchdown scored by Tennessee running back Chris Johnson, who has had a terrible year by his standards after getting a huge contract (3.0 rushing average, 366 yards - only 47 rushing yards more than Cam Newton).
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Cam Newton is having a successful rookie season from a statistical standpoint, but he's dissatisfied with his team's win-loss record.
If Cam Newton stays on his current pace, we're all in the middle of witnessing one of the best rookie seasons a quarterback has had in the NFL in the last thirty years. His completion percentage is over 60, his quarterback rating is pushing 90, and he's sixth in the league in passing yards.
But there remains one critic he has yet to win over -- the harsh, disapproving critic...
Two weeks ago during the Bengals/Seahawks game, I posed the question: “If Dalton leads the Bengals to the playoffs, and Cam Newton leads the Panther to 5 or 6 wins, who would win the NFL offensive rookie of the year?” The fact that this question is even controversial just boggles my mind. But go ahead and listen to the 386 NFL analysts at ESPN, surf the web for NFL mid-season...
Rookie quarterback Cam Newton has led the Panthers to more touchdowns (21) than they scored during the entire season (17) a year ago. Newton has directly accounted for 18 of those scores with 11 touchdown passes and seven rushing scores.
Wide receiver Steve Smith has already equaled his team leading reception total of last season with 46 and nearly doubled his 554 yards...
Observer reporter Ron Green Jr. talks about the Panthers' return from a bye week as they prepare for the Tennessee Titans. Cam Newton and Charles Johnson talk about second-half goals for the team.
The Carolina Panthers have just a pair of wins through eight games, but with rookie quarterback Cam Newton keeping them competitive, they're confident there will be better second-half results.
The Tennessee Titans have the some hopes as they sit at .500 at the season's midpoint.
Coming off a bye, the Panthers close out a three-game stretch at home Sunday when they face...
The Carolina Panthers are well rested as they are coming off of their bye week. They have also played much better at home (2-3) this year and that bodes well for them this weekend. The Titans are only 1-2 on the road this year and they have lost three of their last four games, so they need this game in the worst way. Here is a look at the matchups in this game:
When the Panthers...