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Rob Chudzinski and Cam Newton have created an offense that has kept defensive coordinators up at night. In particular, the running game.
All season long Carolina has orchestrated from a college-style playbook. They've incorporated more option and trick plays than any other offense in the NFL. The ability to do almost anything with their rushing game has led to the nicknamed "Three-Headed Monster".
This monster is a beast composed of quarterback Cam Newton and two running backs, DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart. The three of them together create an offensive machine capable of confusing defenses and scoring touchdowns.
This potential was shown heavily in Carolina's second victory over Tampa Bay. DeAngelo punched in two, Jonathan Stewart scored one and Cam Newton drove downfield for a 49 yard rushing touchdown himself.
Cam Newton's ability to throw the long ball may soon be overshadowed by his ability to create touchdowns on the ground.