Found December 20, 2012 on
Last season, Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton re-wrote NFL rookie records, setting the bar high for quarterbacks in future draft classes. Newton set rookie records, throwing for the most yards in his first two games, set the quarterback rushing record and became the first rookie to throw for over 4,000 yards. Newton also added 706 rushing yards. Several of his impressive records could fall this season, in what might become the most impressive draft of quarterbacks in NFL history.
Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck needs just 74 passing yards in order to eclipse the 4,051 yard mark set by Newton last season. Luck has two games remaining on the schedule. Newton’s rushing record has already been surpassed by Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III. Griffin has gained 748 yards on the ground this year.
Newton wasn’t the only impressive rookie signal caller last season. Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton had an impressive first year, throwing for nearly 3,400 ya...
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We’ve known all along that Carolina Panthers’ quarterback Cam Newtown is a physical specimen. We saw him dazzle throughout his rookie season and fill up the stat sheet like few quarterbacks, let alone rookies, ever do.
But for much of this season, the ex-Auburn Tiger, Heisman Trophy recipient, National Champion, and NFL Rookie of the Year, struggled mightily as his highly touted...
Cam Newton had such an incredible rookie season that many were already prepared to enshrine him in Canton, Ohio — take it easy with the Hall of Fame talk, trendsetters. But after a subpar start to his sophomore campaign, Newton suddenly had more naysayers than believers.
The cycle has once again come full circle for the enigmatic quarterback, though. Newton has led the Panthers...
Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers are showing signs of life following a disastrous start to the season.
While wins haven't been easy to come by for the Oakland Raiders, they proved plenty formidable last week.
The Panthers try to win three straight for the first time in three seasons Sunday against the visiting Raiders, who hope to build on their first victory since late...
Last week: 25 (+4)
Net points per drive: -0.20 (21st)
DVOA: 3.4% (14th)
Weighted DVOA: 8.1% (11th)
The Panthers have actually been playing some good football lately and have been an underrated team all year, losing just twice by more than 6 points (once on Thursday Night, in a game they were completely unprepared for). However, they’ve won 3 of their last 4, including...
True, this game would be considered irrelevant compared to other games on the Sunday slate. However this has the potential to be a solid quarterback duel in Charlotte.The Carolina Panthers come into this game winners of two straight including a win over the NFC best Atlanta Falcons 30-20 two weeks ago.The Panthers dispatched the San Diego Chargers last week 30-7 and will be facing...