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Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera said he loves Cam Newton's approach to the game of football.
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We're nearing the halfway point of the NFL season and early speculation about how well rookie Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton would adapt to the professional ranks has turned to ... does Cam Newton have a chance of making the Pro Bowl?ESPN's Skip Bayless tweeted this weekend after the QB's win over the Redskins:I'm not sold on Christian Ponder's poise under fire...
In his first two games, Panthers QB Cam Newton proved he can pass the ball, but it’s his dual threat of passing and running that makes him so dangerous for the Vikings.
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Merril Hoge, like a lot of people, admits he was wrong about Cam Newton.
The ESPN analyst was among those who questioned whether Newton was ready for the NFL after playing in a spread offense in his only season at Auburn.
But seven games into his pro career, Newton ranks fourth in the NFL in passing yards behind Drew Brees, Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady. And after completing 42 percent...
Panthers coach Ron Rivera praised offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski for some terrific halftime adjustments Sunday that led to three touchdown drives to start the second half.
Shutdown Corner wraps up Week 7 of the NFL season.
Worst tackling obscured by talented rookie
Carolina Panthers rookie Cam Newton is hard to tackle, more in a Ben Roethlisberger "he's tough to tackle" way than the Michael Vick "he's tough to get a hand on" way, but still difficult nonetheless. Newton looked like both those veterans combined, plus a little...
If one of these players is on your 2011 fantasy football team, consider the time right to sell high. If you can flip one of these players for a pair of established stars, go ahead and do it. As the season wears on, these players’ value will diminish.
QB Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers
You gotta love Cam Newton. He’s been outstanding — even ranking as a top two fantasy QB in some...