• Gameday: Can Panthers QB Cam Newton keep up pace?

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Dec 16, 2012
    Can Cam keep it up? Cam Newton has been on a tear. SAN DIEGO Cam Newton continued to re-write the Carolina Panthers? record books on Sunday against San Diego. Cam Newton ran his streak of consecutive passes without an interception to 152, breaking Jake Delhomme's team record of 150, set in 2006. ?He?s playing very fluidly right now with his movements and his decision making,? said coach Ron Rivera, who complimented Newton?s confidence on the field as ?tremendous.? The second-year quarterback, who?s in the midst of the best five-game stretch of his career, has attempted 152 straight passes without an interception ? breaking the six-year old team record of 150 held by Jake Delhomme. With rookie Josh Norman stuck in Rivera?s doghouse, Josh Thomas will make his second consecutive start, and second-year corner James Dockery gets reps in the nickel package.
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