Found December 02, 2012 on Busted Coverage:
The Carolina Panthers are facing the Kansas City Chiefs who are dealing with a terrible tragedy that occurred yesterday with a murder suicide. Quarterback Cam Newton faked the hand off for a play action pass to find a wide open Greg Olsen who took it in for an easy six points. Newton, who is going through kind of a sophomore slump, is bouncing back from a press conference that he pretty much just sulked at. Sounds like he will be happy at his press conference today if this continues. Have something we missed? Send it in. mail@bustedcoverage.com Follow @NAWTADIGM on Twitter Filed under: Football, NFL
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