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11/26/15 - QB Cam Newton managed Thursday's game with aplomb. He ran when he needed to, converted third downs at critical moments and, most important, kept the ball away from the Dallas defense. Newton completed 16 of 27 for 183 yards and rushed for 45 yards and a touchdown. But his intangibles were even better.
11/19/15 - QB Cam Newton has won 12 straight starts, the longest streak by a quarterback since Peyton Manning won 17 in a row for the Broncos in 2012-13.
10/27/15 - QB Cam Newton scored his 37th career rushing touchdown, which moved him into a third-place tie with Steve McNair for third-most all-time by a quarterback. Newton now trails only Steve Young (43) and Kordell Stewart (38) for the most since the 1970 merger.
10/19/15 - QB Cam Newton, through three quarters, was again getting shut down by the Seahawks. Heading into the fourth, he was 9-of-26 for 119 yards and two interceptions. He then went 12-of-15 for 162 yards and a touchdown that capped off his ninth career game-winning drive in the fourth quarter. Newton was sacked a season-high three times while spreading the ball around to eight different receivers. TE Greg Olsen racked up 131 receiving yards two games after he set a single-game career best with 134 yards against the Saints.
10/18/15 - QB Cam Newton may have put together the biggest drive of his career late Sunday afternoon. Having already led the Panthers on three 80-yard drives, Newton completed all six of his passes for 89 yards -- overcoming a 9-yard sack along the way -- as he led Carolina to the game-winning score. His clutch, 26-yard touchdown pass to TE Greg Olsen with 32 seconds left might be not only the defining moment of the Panthers' season, but also be the defining moment of his career.