The guy is unreal.
He still has a lot left to prove. But he has certainly raised some eyebrows across the league. He threw on the packers in week two... that was what really made me do a double take.
We all knew how talented he is. But I wasn't sure how his first season would go... and if these first few weeks are any indication, he will have a stellar career.
The hogs guy is dillusional(think I spelled that wrong).anyway he is not NFL ready now. Newton has an NFL ARM along with a quick delivery. Throw in his athleticism and in a few years he will be ready for the pros. Give it 2 or3 years after he is drafted
What is the deal with people not wanting to vote for Cam Newton to win the Heisman Trophy?
Because Cam Newton was charged with burglary, larceny, obstruction of justice, and purchased a stolen laptop. Also, he accepted money from Auburn.
Gee! I have no idea why people wouldn't want to vote for him!
P.S. They keep saying on ESPN the Heisman winner is supposed to have integrity. I don't think Cam Newton qualifies anymore, do you?
If Cam Newton winds up in Denver will he start ahead of Tim Tebow?
TEBOW TEBOW TEBOW TEBOW TEBOW TEBOW. And that's said from a non gator point of view. Cam Newton will crack under the pressure of the NFL and Tebow is already developing skills at an amazing pace so why change that?? He's already working with Elway, so they have their work set out in front of them, taking Scam over Tebow would mean starting from scratch. Tebow is a better qb by a landslide and he is 5 times bigger than Cam.
Cam Newton and his NFL potential, does he have what it takes to be great NFL quarterback?
He is the epitome of the "p" word (potential). He is big, he is strong, he is a helluvan athlete and though he is a one year wonder it was a helluva year.
But unless an NFL team is supremely confident in the ability of their QB coaches he shouldn't be starting sooner than in a year or two. He has some issues with accuracy and touch which are glossed over by the gimmicky wide open offense he plays in, and though his mechanics aren't Tim Tebow-bad they could use some tweaking.
But my biggest worry is that his passing success is mostly due to his threat as a runner. The offensive system he's in affords wide open passing lanes for him to throw into, and the respect defenses give his running ability open those lanes up even wider. Not only are NFL defenses faster and more talented than even those in the SEC but he also won't have those kind of passing lanes to take advantage of.
But from what I can tell he looks like a hard worker and is no stranger to adversity. I'm usually not a fan of athlete/dual threat/run first QBs, but if he goes to the right situation and has a few things break his way he could be one of the first guys to break that mold since Donovan McNabb.