Former NFL Most Valuable Player Cam Newton finished his first and perhaps only season with the New England Patriots 30th in total QBR (47.4) and 28th in passer rating (82.9). It was. ESPN statistics. A 31-year-old kid also fought COVID-19 in the fall and saw it past prime for most of the campaign.
Despite the hard work, Newton told sports radio WEEI on Monday that he was not yet ready to accept his role as a backup signaler.
“Honestly, it’s too early to say. It’s as honest as I can,” Newton explained. Mike Rice Of ESPN. “Do you think I’m talented? Of course. Do you think much of what I’ve done is worthless? Perhaps the media perspective, not the team perspective. Absolutely.”
Newton matched just eight touchdown passes with ten intercepts that year, but he also brought a 592-yard rushyard and 12 scores to the ground.Except for a handful of moments, he did little to get rid of questions about his ability to throw the ball exactly deep, and ESPN’s Adam Chefter. report The Patriots aren’t expected to bring the veteran back on Sunday morning.
“I know I’m not in the 32nd rank out of 32 guys,” Newton told WEEI. “So you also need to understand. I’m a competitor first. I know what my skill set is and what my talent is. If given the opportunity, I’m better than me. I understand that no one is. I always feel. I also have to feel realistic about the opportunities presented. ”
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Kam: “It’s too early to tell if he will back up in 2021.”
https://www.yardbarker.com/nfl/articles/cam_newton_too_early_to_tell_if_hell_be_backup_qb_in_2021/s1_13132_33731498 Kam: “It’s too early to tell if he will back up in 2021.”