3 Ways the Carolina Panthers Can Better Use Cam Newton

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3 Ways the Carolina Panthers Can Better Use Cam Newton
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Plainly and simply, or as Cam Newton would say, simple and plain, the Carolina Panthers are not getting all that they can out of their star rookie quarterback.

Sure, Newton has posted some impressive stats this season, including an NFL rookie-record back-to-back 400+ yard passing games to start his career against the Arizona Cardinals and Green Bay Packers.

Through 10 games, he is on pace to throw for 4,616 yards and 19 touchdowns and to run for 658 yards and 14 or 15 additional scores.

He is likely on his way to winning the NFL's Rookie of the Year award—though I'd vote for Denver Broncos linebacker/sackmaster Von Miller—over Cincinnati Bengals signal caller Andy Dalton, and he's the hottest young quarterback out of the SEC this side of the Denver Broncos faith-healer, Tim Tebow.

Still, the Panthers are not getting all that they can out of Cam Newton's abilities.

Here are three things offensive coordinator Rob "Chud" Chudzinski can do to help his star quarterback and the Carolina Panthers win a few more games this season.

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