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December 04, 2011

VIDEO: Cam Newton's record-setting day

Reporter Ron Green Jr. talks about Sunday's record-setting performance by Panthers rookie quarterback Cam Newton. 

 

Posted by Observer Sports on December 4, 2011 at 10:45 PM | Permalink

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Keep giving the big dumb possem grinning goonie the even bigger head and when the 4-12 season ends you'll be crying like babies after JR refuses to match the 100 mill demand after Chitown buys out his puny 26 mill contract.

Dont worry its a certainly this overhyped scammie is a goner since he never stays over a one year anywhere and who the hell wouldnt take a 400% pay increase to go to a mucho bigger touted world class joint anyway for bigger fame?
Ask Julius Peppers if he make a mistake ...

Only 4 more losses and he flies out of Douglas on his kindergarten aeroplayne like superman ... JR signed the union strike demand to allow it.
roffmffao ... bye bye scammie


Posted by: Chicago Bear QB Newton | Dec 5, 2011 6:58:31 AM

What? Is that English?

Posted by: Steven | Dec 5, 2011 11:17:05 AM

30 years of SportsCenter and everyone thinks they're a funny sports commentator. You can't even go to a game now without some A$$hole behind you coming up with boneheaded predictions and analyses.

Go away. Or at least confine your stupid rhetoric to your equally dumb friends.

Posted by: Scott in CA | Dec 5, 2011 12:58:17 PM

He's here a guaranteed four years in his rookie contract. He is phenomenal right now despite our record. The wins will come. We will get to see if there is a sophmore slump. Then in year three, we'll see if he can get us to the playoffs. Year 4 will tell us if we're a bonafide Super Bowl contender. If we are, he'll get his $100million here. If not, we'll see. But, from what I've seen, he's one of those change the game type once a generation players. Sorry to bust your hater bubble.

Posted by: YeahRight | Dec 5, 2011 2:19:44 PM

Are these country hicks aware our 3 yr starter Tampa QB Josh Freeman was out Sunday with a hurt shoulder?

Posted by: tampa cigar | Dec 5, 2011 2:25:45 PM

@Tampa cigar And your point! Like that would have made a difference. We would have beaten you with Freeman playing. A wounded one at that. And Freeman can't play defense can he? Hold on why is a Buc Fan on a Charlotte website? smh

Posted by: smooth | Dec 5, 2011 3:18:49 PM

Screw scam rat who the union helps in every way. Word in Tampa circles is Freeman was not even hurt but Morris held him out to let Newton break the record plus Morris ejected his own player for a sack. Can you believe that? Certain coaches follow union orders too but you are not supposed to notice? Its all rigged. Morris def on way to the unemployment line.


aol.sportingnews.com/nfl/...26/...josh-freemans-decisions-questioned

proxy.espn.go.com/nfl/local/link?id=4075831

xfinity.comcast.net/articles/sports-nfl/20111205/NFL-Bucs-Coach

On another note the "hated" most ethical honest graduate great Florida Gator QB Tim Tebow will be the next MVP. Slime Newton was 2nd string behind Tebow before he stole laptops and chanred for felonies and kicked out for cheating thrice.

msn.foxsports.com/nfl/...Tim-Tebow-is-most-valuable-player-in-NFL...

bleacherreport.com/articles/968044-tim-tebow-3-reasons-the-nfl-mvp

Posted by: gator swamp | Dec 6, 2011 5:52:08 AM

Tim Tebow is illustrating that he also has the potential to be one of the greatest leaders in NFL history .Visit tebowformvp.com and voice your support for Tim Tebow, the NFL’s MVP.

Posted by: prince | Dec 13, 2011 5:25:00 AM

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