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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Ghost, Oct 12, 2012.
Are you talking about Tebow now?
49ers are the better team. Cam had a good first half. Think overall playoff experience has really helped all the winners this week.
0-4 when the defense gives up more than 20 points this season. No team should be that dead in the water when the D gives up three touchdowns.
So what?? You just watched probably his last play off game that isn't a wild card.
Show me a QB with a ring that plays mostly with his feet and can't pass accurately consistently?
Cam can play... Unfortunately when he is down by more than one score in the 4th quarter he completely shuts down and the game is over.
As soon as the 49ers went up 20-10 early in the 3rd I knew it was completely over.
In order for Cam to win his defense is going to need to hold the lead so that he can relax. It's a lot to ask for. If he can stop being such a baby he can one day win it all. Until then he has no chance.
But seriously... Stop the VY comparisons. Stupid crap.
Cam Newton in three seasons.
2,032 rushing yards
Cam went 12-4 in year three.
Accounted for 92 TDs
What has Jake Locker done in three seasons lol?
why in the world did the panthers not run the screens to williams and tolbert to stop the rush? Poor coaching and the zebras wanted the 49ers. 4th and goal at past the one and you run a qb sneak?
I mean even if he wasn't hurt he wouldn't have the starts Cam does because he became a started half way through the season. If he had any protection and confident play calling he would be right there with Cam. But enough what if's. You can give me stats all day, I can give you stats all day. Cam is better than the QB's drafted that year for sure, but he won't ever get past a play off game with a competent D.
Getting hurt is what makes Locker suck. The whole "he would've done this and that if he'd just stay healthy" argument only worked once.
76 injuries later and it's clearly a condition he has. He'll continue to get hurt and be unable to play for more than a few weeks at a time.