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Cam Newton signed a one-year deal with the Patriots.

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1 hour ago, crovitlaci said:

Cam Newton signed a one-year deal with the Patriots.

it will be interesting to see how the relationship between Newton (who's totally boiled and undisciplined, imho) and coach BB develops...:whistle:

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The Jarrett Stidham Experience ended before it even began :lol:

 

Funny how the Evil Empire will probably enjoy some fan support now since hating Newton would be oh-so against the BLM wave! :evil:

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4 minutes ago, Monzanator said:

The Jarrett Stidham Experience ended before it even began :lol:

 

Funny how the Evil Empire will probably enjoy some fan support now since hating Newton would be oh-so against the BLM wave! :evil:

hating Newton, Coach BB and the Empire of Evil is "a state of mind" to me...and nothing will never change it...:lol: :whistle:

 

p.s. did you really expect Belichick going with a rookie QB? (especially one that's not super-hyped after his college career) ;)

 

tbh, I expected the Pats to be behind Prescott's troubles with the Cowboys, so to force him to leave Texas and go with them...but fortunately for the Cowboys now they can take a breathe...

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3 minutes ago, phelps said:

hating Newton, Coach BB and the Empire of Evil is "a state of mind" to me...and nothing will never change it...:lol: :whistle:

 

p.s. did you really expect Belichick going with a rookie QB? (especially one that's not super-hyped after his college career) ;)

 

Not really but I would have believed in a 7-9 season with Stidham as the starter and then some trade for Justin Fields in next year's draft. Unless Newton falls off the rails with another injury, drafting Fields seems highly unlikely now.

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6 hours ago, Monzanator said:

The Jarrett Stidham Experience ended before it even began :lol:

 

Funny how the Evil Empire will probably enjoy some fan support now since hating Newton would be oh-so against the BLM wave! :evil:

 

It's not like he'll be the first black key player on the team :coffee:

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21 minutes ago, Agger said:

 

It's not like he'll be the first black key player on the team :coffee:

 

This is a QB league. Either you have them or you don't.

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6 minutes ago, Monzanator said:

 

This is a QB league. Either you have them or you don't.

They might be the most notable players on many teams, but this statement really undercuts the importance of the other 10 offensive and 11 defensive players (and special teams specialists) on the field.

 

If QBs were all that mattered, the Lions would have made it to the playoffs much more.


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18 minutes ago, Olympian1010 said:

They might be the most notable players on many teams, but this statement really undercuts the importance of the other 10 offensive and 11 defensive players (and special teams specialists) on the field.

 

If QBs were all that mattered, the Lions would have made it to the playoffs much more.

 

Huh? Lions? The same franchise that saw Barry Sanders and Calvin Johnson retire in their prime because of lack of success? Yeah, go and ask Johnson what he really thinks of Matthew Stafford then! :lol:   One of the two worst franchises in the Super Bowl era is NOT a benchmark for QB play IMO.

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1 hour ago, Monzanator said:

 

Huh? Lions? The same franchise that saw Barry Sanders and Calvin Johnson retire in their prime because of lack of success? Yeah, go and ask Johnson what he really thinks of Matthew Stafford then! :lol:   One of the two worst franchises in the Super Bowl era is NOT a benchmark for QB play IMO.

Stafford’s a highly rated QB from what I understand.
 

I must admit I’m not a huge fan of his neither. Also, you spelled Megatron wrong :p


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