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6. Cam Newton, CAR (4) is a freak of nature and stands to continue putting up huge numbers, particularly if the Panthers re-tool their offensive line and even give the offense another receiving threat. After a lousy start last season Newton was able to turn it around and produce multiple (2+) passing touchdowns in 7 of his final 9 contests, adding 6 games with 250-plus yards passing and another 9 games with at least 40 yards rushing (741 total) AND/OR a rushing touchdown (8 total), boosting his Fantasy production from 17.0 Fantasy points per game to 25.3 points per game (standard format).
The Panthers want Cam to make plays from the pocket first and use his legs to create opportunities in the scrambling game 2nd. In 2012, Newton’s passer rating when lined up under center last season was 97.4 compared to Newton’s ...
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As we approach fantasy football season, fans are clamoring to their favorite publications or websites to view this year’s fantasy rankings and cheat sheets. Among most of the Top 10 Quarterback Rankings I have reviewed, including my own, sits Cam Newton. Positional I have him ranked No. 6, and No. 17 overall. He’s just ahead of Matthew Stafford, and just behind Matt Ryan...
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Even if the Panthers match their 2012 season and amass another 7-9 record, Newton will head into 2014 as Carolina’s starting quarterback. Nobody will fault Newton if he can’t out-duel Matt Ryan...
If the past two seasons have taught Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera anything, it's the importance of starting fast.
The Panthers stumbled out of the blocks the last two seasons, going 1-5 in 2011 and 1-6 last year. The slow starts cost general manager Marty Hurney his job.
By midseason the Panthers have been out of the playoff hunt, so it hardly matters that they've...