Cam Newton Is Ready To Play!

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Oct 26, 2014; Charlotte, NC, USA; Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton (1) runs out of the tunnel before the start of the game against the Seattle Seahawks at Bank of America Stadium. The Seahawks defeated the Panthers 13-9. Mandatory Credit: Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports
Oct 26, 2014; Charlotte, NC, USA; Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton (1) runs out of the tunnel before the start of the game against the Seattle Seahawks at Bank of America Stadium. The Seahawks defeated the Panthers 13-9. Mandatory Credit: Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports

NEWTON AND BENJAMIN DUO
Cam Newton is finally participating fully in practice and he is not limited anymore. He can’t wait to play against the 49ers since he has not had that much time during the preseason. Kelvin Benjamin recently lost his mother and he is saying that every play will be dedicated to her. Cam Newton told the media that he believes that Kelvin Benjamin will have his best year in the NFL this season! With a fully motivated Kelvin Benjamin and ecstatic Cam Newton no one will want to miss the spectacular show troubling the defenses. Last year Kelvin Benjamin had 941 yards in receiving, 7 touchdowns, and 63 receptions. Benjamin can definitely have a much better season under his belt this year!

NEWTON AND MCCAFFREY
We saw a bit of this momentum in the third preseason game where Cam Newton threw a bullet pass to McCaffrey for some yards. If Cam can continue to throw quick darts and McCaffrey will zoom out of the defenders eyes than Carolina will have a dynamic offense! McCaffrey will be a kick returner for the game this Sunday and we will see how far he will carry the ball down the field. It would be a great sight to see McCaffrey go all the way on a kick return. He has the ability to shock every defender especially with his receiving talent. Cam Newton should always look for Christian to throw to! Every team would like a McCaffrey and Newton but it is not always easy to have such great stars on one NFC South team! Christian McCaffrey had a great preseason and he will surely have an even better season!

NEWTON AND OLSEN
We all know that Greg Olsen is Mr. Reliable for the Panthers! Anytime Cam Newton needs someone to pass to on 3rd and 5 Greg always makes the grab. Olsen is looking for his 4th straight year of 1,000 yards in receiving. Cam Newton knows that he can always throw to the tight end if his receivers are covered and Olsen will make the catch and push for even more yards. Last season Greg Olsen had 1,073 receiving yards, 3 touchdowns, and 80 receptions. A highlight of Greg Olsen’s career was when he caught the game winning touchdown for the Panthers in Seattle on October 18, 2015 and the Panthers won 27-23! He can lead Carolina anywhere as long as Newton makes the right throws!

NEWTON AND FUNCHESS
No one can forget about Devin Funchess he is another tall machine like Kelvin Benjamin! Newton can always rely on Funchess to climb great heights to get the ball in the air. In 2016 Funchess had 371 receiving yards, and 23 receptions. It might have been a quiet year for him but this year he will come back and dominate the passes from Cam. Devin is a great football player and he definitely needs the ball passed to him more often because he can make plays!

With all the weapons Cam Newton has this team can be great and win the Super Bowl! Another threat to all the Panthers opponents is Newton’s run game. Not only does he have great players to throw to but he also can zip outside of the pocket for huge gains. Newton did not rush outside of the pocket enough last season and he said that no one can stop him from running! That is the special quarterback that Cam Newton is! On Sunday Newton will be with the best Panthers offense since a long time and he will want to redeem himself with a nice win! Cam Newton is number 1 and let’s be 1-0 with a win in San Francisco! Kickoff is at 4:25 eastern time and many will be watching to see Cam make the Panthers a great team. Let’s Keep Pounding and see how much Newton will shine in his long waited return!

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