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Carolina Panthers: 2014 Final Report Card

The Carolina Panthers season could be described as a mixed bag of good, bad, ugly and inconsistent. Still, a 7-8-1 record was good enough not only to capture the NFC South, but to also take down the Arizona Cardinals in the first round of the playoffs. From there, it was a solid shot of reality with the Seattle Seahawks that saw the season for the black and blue come to an end.Now...
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WATCH: Carolina Panthers TE Greg Olsen Catches Two Awesome Touchdown Passes During the Pro Bowl

Cam Newton is quite happy to have Greg Olsen lining up at tight end. To have a security blanket like the 6'5" 250 pound Olsen must be nice. With 84 receptions to his name last season Newton clearly liked to make use of his big tight end. He didn't care to use him as much around the goal line though. Olsen only had six touchdowns for the Panthers.He added two more to his season total...
Via FatManWriting
2 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Carolina quarterback Cam Newton gets the Bad Lip Reading treatment

It’s hard to believe but the NFL season will be over in a few weeks and soon we’ll have to find a way to fill the void on Sunday afternoons. The only good thing about it is Bad Lip Reading’s annual year-end skewering of the NFL. In this season’s video, they spoofed Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton, among many others. Check it out: You may also be interested in:...
Via cover32 - Panthers
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Panthers GM calls Cam Newton franchise quarterback, hoping to work out deal

Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman called Cam Newton the teams franchise quarterback this week while at the Senior Bowl – again throwing support behind the 25-year-old who was drafted by the team No. 1 overall in 2011. “We want him here. I want him here,” Gettleman said via the Charlotte Observer. “The contract, in its time, will take place. I’m not going to get into...
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2014 Carolina Panthers Season Evaluations: Quarterback

From the moment the 2014 season began, the Carolina Panthers were snakebitten at the quarterback position. Following the loss to San Francisco in the playoffs after a 12-4 season, Cam Newton complained of lingering soreness in his ankle dating back to his days at Auburn. In March, Newton underwent surgery to tighten loose ligaments in that ankle that knocked him out for almost all...
Via Pro Football Spot
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Cam Newton Does His Best Impersonation of College Johnny Manziel and NFL Johnny Manziel on Same Play

The NFL season may be down to just two teams, but that does not mean fans have to talk about just those two squads. If anything, since the season has two more weeks to it I say it means it is time to say 'remember when so and so did this?'You know, like that time Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton looked like the college version of Johnny Manziel and the NFL version during...
Via FatManWriting
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Cam Newton: An Investment the Panthers Must Make

Against logic, there is no armor like ignorance. So judging by the gratuitous skepticism Cam Newton often faces, the mainstream media are well equipped with the most obstinate of defenses.Those were the simple yet meaningful words (the first sentence, anyway) spoken by the late Canadian educator and author Laurence J. Peter. And although the mid-20th century theorist probably did...
Via Pro Football Spot
10 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton Stiff-Arms Seahawks DB Earl Thomas in to the Ground

When push came to shove late in the regular season Cam Newton was able to step up and get the job done for the Carolina Panthers. With the game and season on the line midway through the fourth quarter against Seattle the team needed him to step up and make it happen again. On what would be the game-deciding drive he certainly tried.Just ask Seattle defensive back Earl Thomas about...
Via FatManWriting
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Cam Newton Played His Socks Off, Literally

Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton played his socks off in the team’s ugly 27-16 victory over a struggling Arizona Cardinals team on Saturday afternoon. LITERALLY.  This isn’t the first time Newton forgot to pack his socks with his post-game wardrobe. Man that big in capris?!?! RT @daringantt: Cam Newton's epic post-game man-pris. RT @BlackBlueReview:
Via Sportsnaut
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Fan dresses as Cam Newton in car accident at Panthers game

If this isn’t the most offensive image from the Panthers-Buccaneers game on Sunday, I don’t know what is. One fan came dressed as Cam Newton in a car wreck. The fan had bandages around his neck and face, his arm in a sling, fake blood on his face, and a steering wheel hanging in front...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 14, 2014  |  Discuss

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