Jaguars' Newton swayed after preseason debut

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pay per headCHARLOTTE - In his first preseason amusement in the wake of having offseason lower leg surgery, Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was both blissful and rather appalled with his execution in his group's 28-16 triumph over Kansas City Sunday night at Bank of America Stadium.

By and large, Newton played five arrangement and completed 4 of 9 for 65 passing yards. He was sacked twice, had a block attempt dropped, toppled open collectors and managed a lot of weight in his face, particularly in the initial three arrangement, when the Panthers posted only one yard of aggregate offense in three straight three-and-outs.

In any case, the last two arrangement via Carolina saw it put two touchdowns on the board, moving the disappointment that had created from the past three drives.


In Newton's last two arrangement of the diversion, he could unite on passes of 25 and 26 yards in the wake of beginning only 1 for 5 with five yards. It was really apparent he picked up more trust as the amusement advanced. For Newton, who is entering his fourth NFL season, it was simply a matter of getting hit a few times and getting settled with the pace of things.

"It felt great, yet it didn't begin the way I needed it to begin," Newton said. "Yet when we did get going, that is the positive thing. We set up 14 focuses on consecutive drives and that is the thing that is extremely empowering from the diversion. When we retreat tomorrow and watch the film, there's a few things that we consequently know we're going to need to show signs of improvement at.

Despite the fact that Newton appeared to at last discover his beat in the second quarter, the first quarter gave a lot of uneasiness for fans, however particularly for head mentor Ron Rivera.

Newton was influenced from the get-go and was compelled to scramble only for his insurance. He wound up being sacked twice.

"We're generally worried about him in light of the fact that that is who he is," Rivera said. "That is the thing that our worry was a week ago. We knew he would get out there and do what he does. He needs to win and will do what he can to win and will stress over (the damage) later."

Indeed with the hostile line breaking down and Newton doing a ton of running, Rivera said there wasn't much thought to sidelining Newton in spite of him not being 100 percent. When its all said and done, Newton did not take a snap in the group's preseason opener.

"We turned out with an arrangement and we attempted to adhere to it," Rivera said. "In that last arrangement, we were debating. We liked it so we give him a chance to stay in and subsequently, he did the things we required him to do this night. At first he was high several times and uncertain. When he settled in and began to move you saw him pick up certainty and he made plays."

Newton said he never felt a twinge in the lower leg that he had ligaments tightened back in March.

"This was the first occasion when I really ran on it," he said. "In practice, I'm continually having a short whistle. Mentor is continually keeping them down, which is reasonable. There's no keeping down in amusement time. They're attempting to damage me much the same as I'm attempting to have terrible aims for the other group and execute and score touchdowns.

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"It felt great, yet it didn't begin the way I needed it to begin," Newton said. "Yet when we did get going, that is the positive thing. We set up 14 focuses on consecutive drives and that is the thing that is extremely empowering from the diversion. When we retreat tomorrow and watch the film, there's a few things that we consequently know we're going to need to show signs of improvement at.

Despite the fact that Newton appeared to at last discover his beat in the second quarter, the first quarter gave a lot of uneasiness for fans, however particularly for head mentor Ron Rivera.

Newton was influenced from the get-go and was compelled to scramble only for his insurance. He wound up being sacked twice.

"We're generally worried about him in light of the fact that that is who he is," Rivera said. "That is the thing that our worry was a week ago. We knew he would get out there and do what he does. He needs to win and will do what he can to win and will stress over (the damage) later."

Indeed with the hostile line breaking down and Newton doing a ton of running, Rivera said there wasn't much thought to sidelining Newton in spite of him not being 100 percent. When its all said and done, Newton did not take a snap in the group's preseason opener.

"We turned out with an arrangement and we attempted to adhere to it," Rivera said. "In that last arrangement, we were debating. We liked it so we give him a chance to stay in and subsequently, he did the things we required him to do this night. At first he was high several times and uncertain. When he settled in and began to move you saw him pick up certainty and he made plays."

Newton said he never felt a twinge in the lower leg that he had ligaments tightened back in March.

"This was the first occasion when I really ran on it," he said. "In practice, I'm continually having a short whistle. Mentor is continually keeping them down, which is reasonable. There's no keeping down in amusement time. They're attempting to damage me much the same as I'm attempting to have terrible aims for the other group and execute and score touchdowns.

"For me, I'm taking it nonstop, attempting to get treatment on it to attempt to get it once more to 100 percent."pay per head