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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 cornerback Tony Carter got himself a pick-six off Cam Newton today. To add insult to injury, he gave the fans in Carolina his own Superman routine after scoring the touchdown:
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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.
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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