Can we trust Newton? Remember when Cam Newton burst onto the scene in 2011 and topped 400 passing yards in each of his first two starts as a rookie? “Wow, let the good times roll!” thought his owners. Then he went on to post either mediocre or disappointing weeks until … well, pretty much now. He threw for 308 yards and no TDs against the Cardinals a couple weeks ago, then threw for 242 yards and three TDs yesterday. Hmm. We’ve seen these outbursts from Cam in the past, but is it finally time to start him on a weekly basis? A lot depends on what you’re expecting from him on a weekly basis, but if you’re going by history, the […]
Posted: Monday, September 9th, 2013 | johnjuhasz Tags: Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers, Chad Henne, DeAngelo Williams, Ron Rivera, Seattle Seahawks, Terrelle Pryor, Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers, Chad Henne, DeAngelo Williams, Ron Rivera, Seattle Seahawks, Terrelle Pryor
Let’s open it up: Panthers head coach Ron Rivera said he was too conservative with his playcalling in a 12-7 loss to the Seahawks. Carolina led for a good portion of the game, but they were done in by a late fourth-quarter Seahawks touchdown. Newton had 125 yards and one touchdown, and while he was going against a tough defense, his owners undoubtedly expected more from him. It will certainly be good news if Carolina wants to open up the passing game, although a number of questions exist about which of their WRs would be capable of stepping up. The Panthers travel to Buffalo next week, which may present a decent opportunity for them to rediscover their passing attack. DeAngelo […]
Posted: Monday, December 3rd, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Cam Newton, Andrew Luck, Calvin Johnson, Eric Decker, Freddy Morris, Hakeem Nicks, Jamaal Charles, Kai Forbath, Percy Harvin, Reggie Bush, Wes Welker
Welcome to the Monday Nightmare and this truly was the most anxiety-filled night of fantasy football I’ve ever experienced.
Monday night could have been a big night for me. There was a chance I could shoot the moon and go 5-0 in my fantasy leagues this week. And Dean Ambrose was going to cut a promo on Monday Night RAW. The only thing that could have have ruined the whole thing was seven points from Jeremy Maclin and John Cena.
Posted: Monday, September 24th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Cam Newton, Aaron Rodgers, Alex Smith, Alfred Morris, Andre Brown, Andy Luck, Ben Roethlisberger, Cam Newton, Chris Johnson, Christian Ponder, Darren McFadden, Darryl Strawberry, Don Mattingly, Eli Manning, Jake Locker, Jamaal Charles, Jermichael Finley, Joe Flacco, Jose Canseco, Ken Griffey Jr., Matt Cassel, Matt Ryan, Matt Schaub, Mike Scioscia, Mike Shanahan, Mike Smith, Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, Red Dalton, RG3, Roger Clemens, Ryan Mathews, Tony Romo, Wade Boggs, Wes Welker
Week 3 is nearly in the books, how are you feeling? We still have a great Monday night game left, but let’s look back at the wek that was.
Posted: Wednesday, April 18th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Cam Newton,
In any event, we turned to Twitter to give you, the NFL.com read the chance to have your voice heard. Here’s a few of our favorite responses.
NFL Network analyst and quarterback guru Steve Mariucci broke down Newton’s performance on “NFL GameDay Final” Sunday, taking a closer look at what Newton did well and where his rookie mistakes are still showing.
Another week, another record for Cam Newton — and that’s just through one quarter of Carolina’s home opener against the Packers.
NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora checked in Thursday on “NFL Total Access” to discuss one of the secrets behind Panthers rookie QB Cam Newton’s record-breaking debut, which running back will have the most carries for the Texans in Week 2 and the latest in Terrelle Pryor’s appeal process.
Cam Newton passed a lot of tests with his record-breaking 422-yard, two-touchdown performance in Week 1 and managed to impress NFL Network analyst Kurt Warner.
NFL Network analyst Jamie Dukes believes leadership is an underrated aspect of what Cam Newton brings to the table for the Panthers.
Brian Billick explains just how Carolina can successfully continue Cam Newton’s growth.
I expected the Carolina Panthers and first overall pick Cam Newton to reach terms Friday, and the two sides have agreed on a four-year, $22 million contract, according to a league source.
The Panthers and rookie QB Cam Newton are very close to an agreement on a four-year deal, according to league sources.
He said he wanted to be an “icon and entertainer,” so it comes as no surprise that Cam Newton took to the microphone when he had an opportunity over the weekend at the NFL Players Rookie Photo Shoot in Los Angeles. What’s a little surprising was the song the Panthers’ No. 1 draft pick chose to cover: Justin Bieber‘s “Baby.” Entertaining, sure. Iconic, debatable. Judge for yourself.