at the end of last year i declared myself wrong about cam.
after 7 weeks in his second year i'm ready to retract that and declare myself right about cam. but it's only 7 weeks, and i've already made this mistake once, so i guess i'll sit quietly tapping my foot waiting for an oportunity to yell 'told you so'; much louder than normal since i previously was forced to (incorrectly) admit being wrong.
Nick Nawrocki wrote a scouting report on Cam that was scathing - http://www.profootballweekly.com/2011/03/29/cam-newton-scouting-report
He was widely criticized for his report by the general media (ESPN, for example.) I think some people even threw out the race card. His report is being proven more and more true as the days go by.
Nawrocki even said that picking Cam early in the draft may cost the GM that picked him's job...
Czabe ended his rant on Cam with this:
"There's a long, and excellent career to be had for Cam Newton. If he wants it."
And I agree completely.
Problem is, Cam grew up in a household where his father shopped him around to universities looking for the highest bidder.
Let's repeat that:
Cam Newton's father shopped his son around for the most money when trying to figure out which university he should go to.
The apple doesn't fall far from the tree. Thank God we didn't wind up with Cam Newton.