Cam Newton's rookie season has been nothing short of spectacular. However, that does not mean he can be content with his body of work.
Newton has a lot to improve on—we all knew that coming out of college. He's already staked his claim as one of the top 10 to 15 quarterbacks in the NFL, so the fact that he has so much untapped potential is stunning.
It's hard to not get ahead of yourself when thinking about Newton's future, but you don't have to go back too far to find a quarterback who failed to improve in his sophomore season. St. Louis' Sam Bradford has seemingly taken a step backward following an impressive rookie season.
It remains important to temper expectations for the young gun, considering the unpredictability of NFL success.
Here's what Newton must improve on in the offseason to avoid a sophomore slump.