Cooper Manning may not be as heralded as Eli, Peyton, or their dad Archie, but he’s still a pretty famous guy. He’s got a segment on Fox’s NFL morning show entitled The Cooper Manning Hour (minus 58 minutes). It’s pretty cute, right? This week, he took 4-0 Cam Newton to a spa on his bye […]
On the latest episode of Cooper Manning’s television show, he took Cam Newton to a spa where they did things like put cucumbers over (...)
He's responsible for all of the Panthers' offensive touchdowns and is a big reason why Carolina is 4-0. That's pretty good! Danny Kelly: Let's just cut to the chase and discuss the MVP award. I think we're going to see a lot of the usual suspects in this race -- namely Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay and Tom Brady in New England. Show More Summary
Because the league was quick to go into full Frank Drebin denial mode, and because we’ve moved onto other things since then, the controversy over what veteran referee Ed Hochuli did or did not say to Cam Newton has largely gone away. In most places, anyway. According to Albert Breer of the NFL Network, Newton…
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is getting major kudos for helping lead his team to the perfect 4-0 record with a win over Tampa Bay on Sunday. But what he wears to the postgame news conference has become as newsworthy as what he does on the field. His preference for bright colors, crazy patterns, capri pants and fancy slippers have some questioning his vision.
Cam Newton threw for two touchdowns and Josh Norman returned one of Carolina's four interceptions of Jameis Winston for his second TD of the season as the Panthers remained unbeaten with a 37-23 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday.
Finally, a call -- on a face mask penalty -- went Cam Newton's way. Not too young for that one, apparently.
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The Panthers look to remain undefeated while extending the Buccaneers' home losing streak to 11 games. While Cam Newton's dustup with Ed Hochuli has garnered most of the headlines this week, it's important to remember the Carolina Panthers are one of seven undefeated clubs in the NFL this season. Show More Summary
We break down the Week 4 matchup between the Carolina Panthers and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Week 4 matchup between the Carolina Panthers and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers features two clubs that don't have much of a running game. We've...Show More Summary
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton has heard referee Ed Hochuli’s take on Sunday's age-related controversy. And no, he’s not buying it. In a press conference on Wednesday, Newton was asked about the referee denying that he used the quarterback's age as the rationale behind a no-call in Sunday’s Carolina ?Panthers-New Orleans ?Saints matchup. Show More Summary
The NFL is just two weeks old but Aaron Rodgers, Andy Dalton, and Cam Newton are up while Andrew Luck and Colin Kaepernick are not. Using two different advanced stats and a fantasy football metric, we came up with a formula to rank all 32 NFL starters. Show More Summary
Last week, following the Carolina Panthers’ 27-22 victory over the New Orleans Saints, Panthers quarterback Cam Newton claimed that referee Ed Hochuli told him he’s “not old enough” to get a roughing the passer call. When questioned on the incident, Hochuli denied saying anything of that nature, telling NFL VP of Officiating Dean Blandino that he […]
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On Sunday, Panthers QB Cam Newton said referee Ed Hochuli told him he didn’t get a call on a late hit because he wasn’t “old enough.” Hochuli denied it, and video of the conversation between the two appeared to show the ref telling Newton he didn’t get a flag because he was running outside the pocket. Read more...
Ed Hochuli has denied saying that Cam Newton was too young to get a roughing the passer call, which Cam accused him of following Sunday's game. Cam has a good point, though, which is that of course Hochuli would deny it. More importantly, Cam has an awesome head tilt to go along with his point and I 100 percent believe him now.
After a controversial exchange with the NFL’s most famous referee, Cam Newton reiterated Wednesday that he feels he isn’t (...)
Darin Gantt calls in to discuss Jared Allen’s need to produce in Carolina immediately, why Cam Newton deserves more credit than he’s given and whether the Panthers should regret cutting ties with Steve Smith.
As you’d probably expect, Panthers quarterback Cam Newton tried to play the “on to Tampa Bay” card Wednesday. But he didn’t let NFL referee Ed Hochuli off the hook, either. Newton tried to scoot past an initial question about his Sunday allegation that Hochuli told him he wasn’t “old enough” to get a borderline call,…
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