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Carolina's Cam Newton threw for 241 yards on 21-of-36 passing Sunday against Denver. He had two touchdowns and two interceptions.Fantasy Spin:Newton, along with the entire Panthers team, has been a massive disappointment this season. He's averaged less than one passing touchdown per game and is on pace for seven less rushing touchdowns than last season.
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According to Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer, Panthers quarterback Cam Newton has donated $150,000 to three Charlotte middle schools to help them with raising awareness for health and fitness.
With all of the negative attention that Cam has received this season, I thought it would be nice to pat him on the back for doing some nice for the local community.
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In the third quarter of today's Denver Broncos/Carolina Panthers affair, Broncos cornerback Tony Carter picked off Cam Newton and scored a touchdown.
As part of the celebration, Tony decided to bust out Cam's "Superman":
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Denver Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller did a little dance while making the safety signal after teammate Mike Adams tackled Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton in the end zone during the fourth quarter of Sunday's NFL game in Charlotte.
Von Miller takes advantage of every opportunity to break into a dance, even if the Broncos are losing. Fortunately, the Broncos...
Tweet Last week Von Miller said he hoped to get a chance to do Cam Newton’s “Superman” celebration when his Broncos met the the Carolina Panthers on Sunday. It didn’t take long for that opportunity to present itself. Miller was a headache for the Panthers all afternoon as he finished with 6 tackles and [...]
Alert the FAA, Superman has been grounded.Carolina quarterback Cam Newton, the number one overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft and last season’s Offensive Rookie of the Year, was frustrated from the opening gun to the end of the game by a relentless Denver pass rush as the Broncos routed the Panthers 36-14 Sunday afternoon in Charlotte.Each time one of Denver’s defenders would...
Von Miller said before the Denver Broncos took on the Carolina Panthers that he would do some dances when he sacks Cam Newton. On Sunday, Miller did what he predicted and did a hilarious dance when sacking the Panthers quarterback in the end zone for a safety.
Miller finished the game with one sack, adding to the seven Newton took in the Panthers’ 36-14 loss.
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Broncos Von Miller made a promise last week that when he sacked Panthers QB Cam Newton he would do Cam’s Superman move in celebration. Somewhere along the way Von abandoned those plans- possibly because he wasn’t credited with the safety- and instead busted out this little move in celebration. I wonder if he had [...]
The Peyton Show is on the road this week as the (5-3) Denver Broncos go into Carolina to take on Cam Newton and the (2-6) Panthers. On paper, this game doesn’t appear to be close as the Broncos have been rolling lately, with Peyton Manning coming back to MVP form. It also brings former Panthers head coach John Fox back to take on his former team for the first time since being canned...
Just as Von Miller had promised prior to the Broncos matchup with Cam Newton and the Panthers, Miller got to do Newton’s ‘Superman Celebration’ after a first quarter sack.GIF via Bleacher Report
The Denver Broncos are playing at a high level, one big reason is the rejuvenation and comeback of All-Pro quarterback Peyton Manning.Coach John Fox has molded cohesiveness and unity as the Broncos have cemented themselves squarely in the conversation for elite teams in the AFC.On Sunday at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, the Broncos wanted to give a little something back to...
Even the greatest quarterbacks can’t overcome bad teams, especially not in their rookie year. It’s something that I have always believed and will continue to believe until forever. Look at Peyton Manning, one of the most prolific passers of our time, and a number one overall draft pick. He came into a team that was legitimately terrible in 1998, and the Colts were capable of...