Indianapolis Colts coach Jim Caldwell is spending most of his time these days trying to squeeze a victory or two out of his winless football team and the next opportunity for the 0-10 Colts comes Sunday when they host the Panthers.
While Caldwell is focused primarily on breathing some life into a stagnant offense, he's taken time to study Panthers quarterback Cam Newton.
"Obviously he's playing exceptional football," Caldwell said. "He's a talented guy who not only has a real good feel for what they're doing offensively, he's also making a lot of big plays. Anybody in his position who scores nine touchdowns and is on pace to break the NFL record, that's quite an accomplishment.
"Besides that, he can throw the ball. He's been a very dangerous guy to deal with week in and week out. He just seems to keep getting better all the time."
Though the Panthers have struggled defensively, surrendering 79 points over the last two games, Caldwell was throwing platitudes Caro...