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Please expand on Newton's immaturity level,

 

Simply put...he's manned up this year and become an NFL Quaterback in my eyes....that game winning drive against the Saints was confirmation of the fact....

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Simply put...he's manned up this year and become an NFL Quaterback in my eyes....that game winning drive against the Saints was confirmation of the fact....

 

That was a ridiculous drive, but there was the Patriots game winning drive, the Dolphins game winning drive, and a really nice drive against the 49ers to kill a ton of clock and burn all their timeouts. 

 

He had a few good drives late in the first two years (but either Rivera wouldn't go for it on 4th and short, or the defense gave it back immediately). This year that stuff only happened twice, and it was in the same game against Buffalo.

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The drive means more to me since it pretty much had the NFC South and bye week on the line....big moment, big pressure, big time results and a throw only an elite QB makes to win it

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Sorry for the flash outs a all, been having a lot of stress as of late.

Civilized. Kap is a trusted qb to everyone else crash. Same with Newton it's just he has moments of regression as map has had this year as well. But there very talented dual threats. In his three games versus GB Kap is what, over 900,yds passing, 300,rushing, 8 TDs and 2 rd rushing TDs on him. For three games that's a monster stat. They aren't run first. Any of them. Ones likes Wilson and Kap had more baseba scholarships then football. They are threat in the air and in the ground. Newton out played Brady, he scrambled on third downs and long three times and without that they lose. They run when given the chance, and there careful unlike Griffin. New age qbs are dual threats on the ground and the air. Carolina will be huge for both.

And Im pretty sure Dalton's hair color has nothing to do with his performance. That's not really a good remark to make towards him whether he sucks or not.

And with Wilson he's the same obviously accept possibly a better leader. Without him Seattle isn't even in these playoffs. It'll be interesting if their DC takes a HC job. That defense is flawed as of late. They can be bested more so then SF and Carolina.

Sorry again and if any typos sorry, writing pages on a smartphone with auto correct screw's around with you lol.

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This is Kap's first full season and he has had to work less than 50% of his starters all season. He isn't really a pocket passer...yet. He has the benefit of Harbaugh who turned Alex Smith into a viable NFL QB. He does look erratic at times now, but he is FAR from a fraud. In three years, with more experience reading NFL defenses and getting the reps with his team, he is going to be a stud.

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This is Kap's first full season and he has had to work less than 50% of his starters all season. He isn't really a pocket passer...yet. He has the benefit of Harbaugh who turned Alex Smith into a viable NFL QB. He does look erratic at times now, but he is FAR from a fraud. In three years, with more experience reading NFL defenses and getting the reps with his team, he is going to be a stud.

 

.....OR defenses will figure him out and adjust and he'll be in deep doo-doo....there's no QB in the league now more dependent on the style of offense played by his team then Kap is, missing WR's or not, few teams have the supporting cast of that running game, Vernon Davis and your boy 81...hell look at the horrid WR's Russel Wilson has....or even Cam (it's Steve Smith, the TE and Ted frakking Ginn)

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Respectfullly, disagree.

 

By year three under Harbaugh he will be a pocket passer, in the same vein as Aaron Rodgers.

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Kap has a strong arm. Ask randy Moss about it. He can throw it deep if needed. As again

You don't figure him out. He's the same quarterback as newton and Wilson. There's nothing to figure out. You'll expect kP to run and you'll be heartbroken because he only runs when all his dudes are covered and he has an opening. He's clutch. He'll drive you down the last play of the game a winning drive if he needs it.

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