After struggling last week against the Dolphins, Cam Newton helped the Carolina Panthers get off to a good start against the Atlanta Falcons. Newton appeared to rewind time by sprinting for two crucial first downs and a score, one of which came on third down.
Crucial For Atlanta’s Chances Of Winning.
For an Atlanta defence that should have known better, Cam did what he does best, and they looked shaky in the first half. Instead, the entire Atlanta defence fell for Cam’s run fake, allowing him to score an early touchdown with virtually no resistance.
Newton had just gotten a first down after a tremendous run, having gained 11 yards on the ground. Forcing Cam to throw from the pocket will be crucial for Atlanta’s chances of winning.
Cam Raced Practically Unchallenged In For The Early Score.
Cam Newton, who struggled last week against the Dolphins, responded well to the challenge early in this game against the Falcons. Newton appeared to rewind time as he rushed for two crucial first downs and a touchdown, one of which came on third down.
As Atlanta’s defence should have anticipated, Cam did what he does best, and they were off to a shaky start. Instead, the entire Atlanta defence bit on the run fake and Cam raced practically unchallenged in for the early score.
The Carolina Free Safety Had A Forgettable Day Overall.
Newton, on his first drive, made a first down after scrambling for 11 yards. The trick for Atlanta will be getting Cam to throw from under center. For the first time this year, the Falcons went three-and-out on their opening possession instead of scoring a touchdown.
It was also the first time the Panthers didn’t give up a score on their opponent’s first drive. Even though Nakamura had an early interception, the Carolina free safety had a forgettable day overall.
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