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The expectations were high for the Carolina Panthers and second year quarterback Cam Newton coming into the 2012 NFL season. After a phenomenal rookie year that saw the Panthers win six games, Newton and his team appeared poised to take the next step and compete for a playoff spot.Unfortunately for Newton and the Panthers things haven’t turned out as planned so far. One of the biggest questions for Carolina at the start of the season was whether or not Newton would suffer from the dreaded sophomore slump. Often in the NFL when a rookie plays lights out it’s difficult to follow-up with comparable numbers in year two. Part of the reason is that the NFL defenses have more film on the player and can better game plan against them. Another reason is that at times when success comes too early for players they have a tendency to lose respect for the intricacies involved in becoming a successful NFL star. Both seem to be contributing to the Cam Newton’s demise in 2012.… Read more
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Cam Newton was extremely emotional in his postgame press conference after the Panthers' loss to the Cowboys. See what the quarterback had to say.
“The past couple of games have been the same script, by the same director,” Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton said following Sunday’s loss to the Dallas Cowboys. “It’s kind of getting boring.”There are plenty of words I could think to describe the Panthers in recent weeks. Frustrating, nerve-racking or upsetting come to mind but “boring” is not one of them...
After today’s loss to the Cowboys, Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton told the media that he’s going to bring in a suggestion box to help him figure out what’s wrong with his team.“I’m going to bring in a suggestion box. And I want your suggestions in that suggestion box, because I sure don’t know. I really don’t,” Newton said, per the USA Today.Cam needs to...
Cam Newton has absolutely no idea how to handle himself during his postgame press conferences. He blames others. He looks sullen. He dodges questions. But after Sunday’s home loss against the Dallas Cowboys, Newton reached his boiling point.
He also lost even more respect from the fans and media following his suggestions for the Panthers.
Well, in a way.
“The past couple of games...
Panthers QB Cam Newton is experiencing a sophomore slump. Sunday’s game against the Cowboys was just another example of things not going Cam and the Panthers way. The team was up 14-13 late in the game looking as if the Panthers would sneak in victory number two until two late game field goals from Dallas [...]
Cam Newton wants things to change in Carolina, and the Panthers appear to agree.
Owner Jerry Richardson and the team announced Monday morning that they were parting ways with General Manager Marty Hurney, taking a step towards making the organizational changes their young star is looking for.
"This was an extremely difficult decision," said Richardson...
When the Panthers wrapped up their captivating 2011 season, highlighted by the standout play of rookie quarterback Cam Newton and a respectable 6-10 record, team general manager Marty Hurneys job looked secure.
But after a 1-5 start this season, Hurney is now out of a job. The Panthers made the move to relieve Hurney of his team duties Monday morning after 14 years with the team...
After another game in which Cam Newton looked every bit like a second year quarterback who relies too much on his physical gifts, doesn’t have enough weapons and plays in a ****** system for a ****** coach, he decided that one of the ways to fix things would be to leave a suggestion box out for reporters and writers to add their thoughts on how to best solve the struggling Panthers’...
Stephen Jones seems to understand that the Cowboys are a work in progress. Even after the executive vice president watched his team hold the Carolina Panthers to 14 points Sunday in Charlotte, he noticed that improvements are still needed on the defensive side of the ball.
"We're still giving up some big plays," Jones said Monday during his weekly radio appearance...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- Dan Bailey made a go-ahead 28-yard field goal with 3:25 remaining to help the Dallas Cowboys defeat the Carolina Panthers 19-14.
Trailing by one, Tony Romo led the Cowboys (3-3) into field goal range with a 10-play, 44-yard drive to send Dallas to its ninth consecutive regular-season victory over the Panthers (1-5).
Romo had 227 yards and a touchdown.
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The Headline: Dallas escapes in Carolina to get back to .500
On paper this had the makings of an awesome game, you had 2011’s NFL rookie phenom Cam Newton going aganist Tony Romo, both of whom have the ability to do some crazy stuff back there when asked to improvise. Carolina also has Steve Smith who has a knack for big plays and, despite...