Found December 07, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
The 2012 season has been a trying one for Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton. A 6-10 season in 2011 showed signs of promise for Panthers fans, who expected their team to be in playoff contention this year. That has not happened, and much of the blame has fallen on Newton’s shoulders.
Last season, Newton lit up the stat sheet and set a number of NFL rookie quarterback records — both with his arm and legs. His numbers have fallen this season and it has shown in the wins and losses columns. The losses are something Cam says he cares about. The stats? Not so much.
“As far as statistically I could really care less as far as how it’s been going,” Newton told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution when discussing this weekend’s game against the Atlanta Falcons. “We play this game for one reason. We are looking forward to playing this game. It’s a division game and we just want to get back in the swing of things.”
As Alex Smith reminded us earlier this season by using Newton as an example, ...
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Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton has been in the headlines quite a bit during his sophomore season, and unfortunately for him, none of it has been good news.During last year’s Pro Bowl, Newton was knocked around a bit by a pass rush that usually doesn’t happen, he was sacked (which hardly ever happens), and he threw three interceptions. Needless to say it was not a great day...
A report says that Cam Newton was disrespectful at the Pro Bowl and that that may have been a reason he was targeted during the game.
As we're coming close to the end of the season and the 2013 Pro Bowl, a story about a certain rookie quarterback at last year's Pro Bowl has surfaced, albeit a tad late. Seems like a few unnamed players didn't like the way then-rookie quarterback Cam Newton acted, according to Pete Prisco of CBSSports.com.
The Carolina Panthers may be out of the playoff hunt, but they have plenty to motivate them against the Atlanta Falcons this weekend. The Falcons are a far superior team, but they needed a miraculous comeback to beat the Panthers in Week 4. After leading the improbable come-from-behind victory, Matt Ryan apparently was not friendly to his division rival.
Several Carolina players...
According to Steve Reed of the Associated Press, Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy said that they are better than the Falcons. Panthers DE Greg Hardy says Panthers are a better team than the Falcons. No, really. He said it. — Steve Reed (@SteveReedAP) December 5, 2012 Well we are at the time during the regular season when players from around the NFL seem to be in denial with the...
Last week: 25 (-2)
Net points per drive: -0.47 (26th)
DVOA: -3.5% (18th)
Weighted DVOA: -2.0% (18th)
QB Cam Newton: 15 of 27 for 232 yards and 3 touchdowns, 1 drop, 1 throw away, 1 batted pass, 102.3 adjusted QB rating, pressured on 9 of 31 drop backs (2 sacks, 2 scrambles, 2 of 5, 1 touchdown, 1 throw away, 1 drop), rushed for 78 yards (50 yards after contact)...
Breaking down Cam Newton’s TD Pass to Steve Smith Here is a 5 frame breakdown of what the Carolina Panthers did pre-snap to get the look they wanted from the Kansas City Chief’s defense this past SUnday. Down and Distance Situation: 3rd and 3 yards to go for a First Down. Early 2nd Quarter Here you can see a Trips set by the Panthers. This coverage by the Chiefs is...
Here it is owners. The time has come for the big locker room speeches. A time to reach out to your team, and deep within your emotions and be the very best you can be