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Driving knee after the whistle? what? Just watched replay and kelly was making sure Scam was down because he was on top of bodies and how elusive he can be.
As usual Scam acted like a little bh
You can't honestly believe what you just said, did you? He was trying to make sure a guy who had two other 300+ pound men on him was still on the ground? That's worse than tater logic right there. Like I said before, you know you wouldn't be fine with someone doing the same to Shaw.
Just from you continuing to use the word Scam shows that you're still highly upset about the past. Get over it man, are you upset about what clemsux did in the past? No, because we know we're better than them. We'll get back to the SECCG in the future, no need to hold a grudge.
You better go watch again and take your Cam hatred glasses off.
Yea, he was really making sure he was down considering he was laying on his back.
This post was edited by Jeff4SC 19 months ago
LOL at anyone claiming he was "driving his knee into the ground." Yes he held on to his knee a little longer than he should've, but to act like it was some malicious play is a joke. It was called a penalty anyways, yet can didnt get flagged for kicking at him and getting up and swinging?? Cam had a legit complaint on the second play, but you can't get up and run into the ref.
It's pointless to argue this with a bunch of Panthers homers. You're not going to get any unbiased responses. I don't care for the Panthers one way or the other and Cam had no reason to be upset the first time, but reason to be upset the second time.
He drove his knee, watch it. If him contorting it then shoving it into the ground isn't driving, then what is?
The player who did it SAID they were trying to get Newton back because the Panthers player put Palmer out of the game with an earlier sack, and you're saying it wasn't malicious? Now that's a joke.
Of course you can't run into the ref, but the reason he ran into him is because the ref moved at the last second to get between the two. The ref himself said he flagged him cause of disrespect, not contact.
You're right, arguing with homers is the worst, so argue the point with me, a 49ers fan. You know you can't refute anything with validity because those of us taking the point of view from Cam's perspective are right. He had plenty of reason to be upset both times, as stated above in many instances.
You're looking for something that's not there. I've looked at it over and over and don't see him even twisting his leg. He has his hands on him, but they're atop a pile and the play just ended.
I'm not saying he had him in a kneebar, but he had a hold of his knee, applied a small torque motion, then blatantly shoved his knee as he was getting up. I don't blame the guy for being pissed at a 320 pound dude, who after the game admitted they were going after Newton in retaliation for Palmer, doing that.
Why don't you take a look at my sig and see who I'm a fan of. I do like the Panthers to do well though.
BTW....we are laughing at you suggesting that he was making sure he was down when he was laying on his back.
Did I ever say that he was making sure he is down? I'm on an iPad so I can't see sigs.
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