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After a sensational rookie campaign, it is not a surprise to many that Carolina quarterback Cam Newton had somewhat of a setback in 2012.Newton still played well, but he regressed in passing yards, completion percentage, passing and rushing touchdowns from 2011 to 2012. Newton also fell on ESPN analyst Ron Jaworski’s quarterback ranking list from No. 15 last offseason to 18 this season.“What prevented Newton from moving up in my rankings from No. 15 a year ago was his passing,” said Jaws according to ESPN.com. “Not only did he struggle to read coverage, but he was far too erratic with his accuracy, too scattershot. Newton must become more precise.”But unlike what the stats may suggest, Jaws believes Newton has continued to get better.“He’s a big-time arm talent, and he improved as the (2012) season progressed,” said Jaworski.At 24-years-old, Newton has plenty of time to become a great quarterback in the NFL. Carolina is expected to run fewer plays out of the read-option this season ...
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Cam Newton showed great potential in his 2011 rookie season with the Carolina Panthers, throwing for 4051 yards with 21 touchdowns. He was the Associated Press's Rookie of the Year and made the Pro Bowl. Newton is undoubtedly one of the greatest athletes the NFL has seen in a long time, if ever, with an impressive 7,920 yards and 40 touchdowns in a two year period. Despite...
The NFC South is one of the most toughest divisions in the NFL. In this article, I will say where I think each team will be.4. Carolina Panthers: This should not come as much of a surprise to many of you. Even though Carolina has Cam Newton, their defense needs to be better.They need to be in the top 5 for defense if they have any chance of making the playoffs. Their offense though...
According to Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer, Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart is progressing well after undergoing offseason surgery on both ankles.
Rivera says Jonathan Stewart is progressing well after offseason surgery on both ankles,but wouldn't say if he'd be ready for start of camp.
— Joe Person (@josephperson) July 11, 2013
If Rivera didn’t want to...
Here are three 2013 fantasy football storylines coming out of the NFC South I'll be paying attention to during training camp and through the end of August:
1) Aside from Cam Newton, Steve Smith and Greg Olsen, do the Panthers have any fantasy talent owners can rely on week-to-week?
Nobody trusts the two-headed monster of Stewart and Williams, but somebody is always forced...
We recently reported that the Carolina Panthers are interested in free agent safety Quintin Mikell.
Today head coach Ron Rivera confirmed that the Panthers are interested in Mikell.
“Without getting into details, I think there’s a little curiosity and that’s about as much as I can say about that,” Rivera said, via the Charlotte Observer.
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