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2021-10-17 3:49:07 AM  
Cam reportedly had a rookie in his first training camp in the NFL teaching him the plays because he couldn't remember the playbook. That doesn't bode well for him coming into a team mid-season unless it's on a purely emergency basis. Good QB in his day, but that day has past him. Might be a good weapon in short yardage situations in the right setting, though.
 
2021-10-17 10:02:05 AM  
He still checks under his bed each night for Von Miller. Cam never recovered from that fateful game.
 
2021-10-17 10:27:01 AM  

HideAndGoFarkYourself: Cam reportedly had a rookie in his first training camp in the NFL teaching him the plays because he couldn't remember the playbook. That doesn't bode well for him coming into a team mid-season unless it's on a purely emergency basis. Good QB in his day, but that day has past him. Might be a good weapon in short yardage situations in the right setting, though.


So In his first camp, when he was also rookie, Cam had a teammate help teach him plays...because they were both brand new? I don't understand the logic.
 
2021-10-17 10:52:26 AM  

DrunkenIrishOD: HideAndGoFarkYourself: Cam reportedly had a rookie in his first training camp in the NFL teaching him the plays because he couldn't remember the playbook. That doesn't bode well for him coming into a team mid-season unless it's on a purely emergency basis. Good QB in his day, but that day has past him. Might be a good weapon in short yardage situations in the right setting, though.

So In his first camp, when he was also rookie, Cam had a teammate help teach him plays...because they were both brand new? I don't understand the logic.


Try adding "while he was with the Patriots," to the beginning of that post.
 
2021-10-17 11:16:59 AM  
Over half a year too late. Dumbass.
 
2021-10-17 1:23:13 PM  

DrunkenIrishOD: HideAndGoFarkYourself: Cam reportedly had a rookie in his first training camp in the NFL teaching him the plays because he couldn't remember the playbook. That doesn't bode well for him coming into a team mid-season unless it's on a purely emergency basis. Good QB in his day, but that day has past him. Might be a good weapon in short yardage situations in the right setting, though.

So In his first camp, when he was also rookie, Cam had a teammate help teach him plays...because they were both brand new? I don't understand the logic.


Mac Jones was the rookie in his first camp teaching Cam the playbook. The same playbook Cam had the year before.
 
2021-10-17 3:55:51 PM  
Of course Farkers are willing to believe Ninkovich's whopper about Cam and the playbook.  It fits their preconceived notions about his work ethic.
 
2021-10-17 5:09:35 PM  

UNC_Samurai: Of course Farkers are willing to believe Ninkovich's whopper about Cam and the playbook.  It fits their preconceived notions about his work ethic.


Get a new schtick, this one is old and dumb.
 
2021-10-17 5:20:37 PM  
I guess he finally finished his research and came to a person decision that he still wanted more money
 
2021-10-17 5:24:19 PM  

kkinnison: I guess he finally finished his research and came to a person decision that he still wanted more money


Cam doesnt strike me as the most fiscally responsible person around, so I'm betting he needs money more than he wants money.
 
2021-10-17 6:11:02 PM  

HideAndGoFarkYourself: DrunkenIrishOD: HideAndGoFarkYourself: Cam reportedly had a rookie in his first training camp in the NFL teaching him the plays because he couldn't remember the playbook. That doesn't bode well for him coming into a team mid-season unless it's on a purely emergency basis. Good QB in his day, but that day has past him. Might be a good weapon in short yardage situations in the right setting, though.

So In his first camp, when he was also rookie, Cam had a teammate help teach him plays...because they were both brand new? I don't understand the logic.

Mac Jones was the rookie in his first camp teaching Cam the playbook. The same playbook Cam had the year before.


So what's your source on this? One guys podcast who claims he's got exclusive insider knowledge?
 
2021-10-17 6:34:56 PM  

HideAndGoFarkYourself: Cam reportedly had a rookie in his first training camp in the NFL teaching him the plays because he couldn't remember the playbook. That doesn't bode well for him coming into a team mid-season unless it's on a purely emergency basis. Good QB in his day, but that day has past him. Might be a good weapon in short yardage situations in the right setting, though.


Even if that is true, I give it better than even odds he gets a contract at some point in the season. Someone is going to lose their starter and either lose their backup or not want to use him, and Newton is going to look pretty good.
 
2021-10-17 6:35:49 PM  
Sounds like Cam is about to learn Kaepernick's lesson of how your production needs to be worth more than the media distraction to keep your job.
 
2021-10-17 6:38:20 PM  

DrunkenIrishOD: HideAndGoFarkYourself: DrunkenIrishOD: HideAndGoFarkYourself: Cam reportedly had a rookie in his first training camp in the NFL teaching him the plays because he couldn't remember the playbook. That doesn't bode well for him coming into a team mid-season unless it's on a purely emergency basis. Good QB in his day, but that day has past him. Might be a good weapon in short yardage situations in the right setting, though.

So In his first camp, when he was also rookie, Cam had a teammate help teach him plays...because they were both brand new? I don't understand the logic.

Mac Jones was the rookie in his first camp teaching Cam the playbook. The same playbook Cam had the year before.

So what's your source on this? One guys podcast who claims he's got exclusive insider knowledge?


"One guy" who played for the organization and has been an analyst for the past several years.  But sure, "one guy's podcast."
 
2021-10-17 8:00:35 PM  
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/ Farkers be slippin'
 
2021-10-17 8:08:22 PM  

HideAndGoFarkYourself: DrunkenIrishOD: HideAndGoFarkYourself: DrunkenIrishOD: HideAndGoFarkYourself: Cam reportedly had a rookie in his first training camp in the NFL teaching him the plays because he couldn't remember the playbook. That doesn't bode well for him coming into a team mid-season unless it's on a purely emergency basis. Good QB in his day, but that day has past him. Might be a good weapon in short yardage situations in the right setting, though.

So In his first camp, when he was also rookie, Cam had a teammate help teach him plays...because they were both brand new? I don't understand the logic.

Mac Jones was the rookie in his first camp teaching Cam the playbook. The same playbook Cam had the year before.

So what's your source on this? One guys podcast who claims he's got exclusive insider knowledge?

"One guy" who played for the organization and has been an analyst for the past several years.  But sure, "one guy's podcast."


Did Mac read the playbook for today?
 
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