Saints' Cameron Jordan gives Cam Newton trolling gift

Saints' Cameron Jordan gives Cam Newton trolling gift

Instead, his right eye was the problem, the former Auburn star said. For example, on Sunday, quarterback Cam Newton, was hit and while coming off the field, Newton fell to the ground.

In a subsequent tweet, the team added: "Cam Newton is back in at quarterback".

The Panthers QB struggled to get to his feet before collapsing as he made his way towards the sidelines to get checked out by team doctors.

The touchdown occurred shortly after Newton had sat out a failed third-and-long play while undergoing concussion protocol. "My helmet had come down low enough over my eyelid and it got pressed by the player's stomach". According to the change, any player who stumbles or falls down after suffering from potential head injury has to be immediately taken to the locker room where a concussion evaluation would take place.

So, the Panthers came in with a defensive plan that was created to clog the running lanes and put the onus on the passing game.

Panthers Coach Ron Rivera and Newton said after the game that the issue was that the player had been hit in the eye. "I mean, he's gone with the grandma hat and the onesie".

Newton said after the game that he was hit in the eye and that he did not suffer a head injury.

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Brees remained undefeated in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in the playoffs as a Saint and after the first two drives of the game, was as good as he's ever been. Would I have punted and forced Carolina to go 90 yards with no timeouts? After the Saints beat Carolina in Sunday's wild-card playoff game - completing a 3-0 season sweep of the Panthers - Jordan referenced the "sauce" and promised he'd deliver some of his own.

"We tried to force him to be uncomfortable, we tried to force him to make errors, and I don't think he made many", Jordan said.

Later in the year, Newton said, "I didn't know he was a fan of my dress code". Opposing teams stacked the box with no concern that any of the Carolina receivers were capable of extending the field and even less concerned that Newton was going to run. That comes with a lot of responsibility.

All that was hanging over Newton late Sunday when he dropped back to pass one last time, a season behind him and only uncertainty in front of him. Perhaps, the league figured, the fact that it wasn't specifically spelled out before the Savage incident was enough to give it a dodge on imposing severe punishment. He passed for 349 yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions.

All this week we'll be sharing coverage of the New Orleans Saints from the Baton Rouge Advocate. McCaffrey scored the touchdown that got the Panthers back into the game, but he also got manhandled on the block that led to the intentional grounding call.

Rivera didn't agree with the penalty. That's tough. That's a tough one to handle. Tom Brady is the most accomplished quarterback ever, but I guarantee at 40 he's not making that throw. "I will learn from this, and I will get better from it". Newton then drove them 48 yards after safety Mike Adams intercepted Drew Brees' pass at the Carolina 31 when the Saints gambled on fourth down just across midfield.

Mark Inabinett is a sports reporter for Alabama Media Group.