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The Most Polarizing Player In The NFL

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  1. Rick Redner says:

    This guy is the “messiah of monday night football” it would seem. I’ll have to keep my eyes on the lookout for him. I agree with the QB standard that has metamorphosed from the smaller more agile to the larger brutish player that can give as well as he takes. I can’t speak to the off field culture that he practices, but if it’s that he has a stigma of thuggish air, well it couldn’t be any worse than Greg Hardy, Andrew Quarless, Brandon Ivory,Brandon Spikes, Prince Shembo, Ray McDonald, Rodney Austin, Brian Dixon, Bernard Pierce, Antwon Blake, Alex Okafor, and the list goes on and on and on and on….. Let’s get a little Albert Einstein up in here. Speaking relatively, Mr. Cam Newton is somewhat tame in the grand scale of things. Another thing is, the guy has integrity and tells it like it is. He says what everyone else only thinks but won’t say out loud. In his exit interview after the superbowl he said, “I’ve been on record to say I’m a sore loser,” who likes to lose? You show me a good loser, and I’ma show you a loser.”

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