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When it comes to Cam Newton, most people want to focus on his negatives more than all the positives he has to offer. Let’s face it; the national media has been tough on Newton, coining him a cry baby hot head and stating that he doesn’t know how to be a leader. This year people will be talking about Cam Newton as a top quarterback in the NFL; a true leader and the future of the Carolina Panthers.From a fantasy football perspective, Cam Newton will get you the points because he can do it all. The first two years of his NFL career are the best two years on record as far as quarterbacks are concerned. Not only has Newton thrown for 7,920 yards and 40 TDs, he has also rushed for 1,447 yards and 22 touchdowns. Sure, some say he didn’t perform up to expectations in his 2nd year, but if you dissect the numbers, Newton is becoming a smarter quarterback, cutting his interceptions down to 12 from 17 in his first season. If you compare his stats from 2011 to 2012, they are very similar in m...
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Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton has had a lot of critics ever since he entered the league. People have said he’s not a good leader because of his actions on the sidelines. They say that because of the body language he displays on the sidelines especially when his team is losing. They say he doesn’t accept responsibility for his performance when the team struggles...
The Carolina Panthers are one of those many teams that are stuck somewhere in the middle of the NFL pack. They will win some games and they will lose some games, and ultimately we won't pay much attention to them.
But with that said, they have something brewing in Carolina. This team is on the right path and in a few years, I fully expect them to battle deep into January.
Heading into his third year in the NFL, scrutinized Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton believes he has something to prove. He’s come under fire from fans and analysts alike for “pouting”, among other things. He now believes it’s time for him to step up, lead his team, and live up to the expectations he set for himself during his rookie season....
Carolina Panthers receiver Steve Smith turned 34 in May. To many people (myself included) that’s still young but in football years he’s damn near ancient, but don’t tell the Panthers leading receiver that.
H/T: The Charlotte Observer
“What I’m doing at 34, there are GM’s hoping and praying they can draft a guy that can do what I’m doing.”
Smith credits his youthful...
Carolina Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams has heard coach Ron Rivera talk about making a commitment to the running game, and he’s not buying it.
Williams, Carolina’s all-time leading rusher, told the News-Record, “he’s skeptical of the teams commitment to running the ball, and says the team always starts out emphasizing it.”
“The last two years I saw it in camp...
The 2013 NFL regular season is right around the corner. With that being said, it's time to launch our team previews. FOXSports.com contributor Taylor Jones will answer important questions for every franchise.
2012 Record: 7-9. Missed the playoffs
Which player is under the most pressure?
The early success of Russell Wilson and Robert Griffin III have piled...