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Poor Cam Newton.

It was a really, really long night for him.

The Carolina Panthers 26-year-old quarterback basically got his ass handed to him on Sunday evening by the Denver Broncos who won Super Bowl 50 by the score of 24-10.

The NFL’s 2015 MVP was sacked six times, turned the ball over three times and was under pressure from Von Miller and DeMarcus Ware all night on Sunday.

As if that wasn’t bad enough, he had to talk to media afterwards and quite frankly it wasn’t a good look. Not that his haters need any ammunition to use against him, but unfortunately for him, he gave them just what they wanted.

Newton basically became Marshawn Lynch, answering questions with mostly one word responses along with pitiful looks and then finally walking off after a question he didn’t like.

Watch below:

Maybe next year Cam!

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42 thoughts on “A Miserable Cam Newton Bolts Out of Press Conference [WATCH]

  1. All season long Cam acted like Eddie Haskell on steroid, giving people the business, he need to go to Charm School to learn how to act around mix company.

  2. All season long Cam acted like Eddie Haskell on steroid, giving people the business, he need to go to Charm School to learn how to act with mix company.

  3. I love Football on said:

    Can someone please give RESPECT to the “brothers” Von Miller & DeMarcus Ware… They played their behinds off but limited coverage for their performance. Stop all the ink for Cam and give these brothers what they earned !!! Great games played by both of these brothers…Let’s talk about that !!!

  4. Jackie parks on said:

    Mr. Newton needs to get a class from the guy he suppose to be mentoring, DeShawn Watson, on how to lose and still be a professional. You can’t be a professional if you are full of yourself. I still think Mr. Newton got that money back at Auburn and stole that computer at Florida.

  5. “got his ass handed to him”, That comment sound more of jealous and happy that he lost compare to just reporting on the story.

  6. He just didn’t want the media to see him cry, because you can bet he was as “full” as a tick, his feeling were hurt and his heart was broken. People need to understand one thing about most of these players, THEY MAY BE GROWN MEN ACCORDING TO THE LAW BUT THEY ARE MOSTLY IN THEIR 20’S AND HAVE A BIT MORE GROWING UP TO DO! Cam at least did get to the Superbowl which says a whole lot. 6 years ago Peyton was 33 and his reaction to the New Orleans Saints win in 2010 was worst because he was so hurt and pissed off, that he wouldn’t even shake Drew Brees hand and congratulated him on a job well done,instead he left the fields like a spoiled brat especially since that entire Manning family ought to appreciate New Orleans for them being where they all are today!!!!

  7. LoyceT on said:

    Cam does have some growing to do. Most of the comments have valid points. Who wants to keep responding to how disappointed they are? I think when the ball was stripped from Cam’s hand he had a chance to recover it but did not, he had all but given up at that point. God will use your weakest moments to give you strength. He has a lot of growing and maturing to do! Now he can go be a father!

  8. Guest12 on said:

    In life there will be many disappointments. Yes, they had a great season, but that didn’t mean that they were destined to win the Superbowl. He’s allowed to be upset, if he wasn’t, I’d think something was wrong. Put your big boy undies on, pull yourself up by your boot straps and move on to next season.

  9. He could have carried himself better than that! He was acting very immature. Sure you are hurt but with all that $$$,$$$,$$$ grow the F up!

  10. Fred Hayes on said:

    It’s a game and it’s about team effort. Cam gave it his all but it takes all elements to win. His time will come. Either team could have won, but understand that Cam is not suppose to jump for joy and be happy for losing a game, those of you that do not understand have never been in competition in your life. The game was over for me when in the first quarter the receiver caught the ball and they called it incomplete, that was the icing on the cake. From that point on, I turned the station and watched a movie them tuned back to watch the halftime show that was saved by Beyonce and Bruno Mars. The NFL wanted a true American story with Peyton Manning retiring on a winning note and that it is. My props go out to both teams for giving it their all……

  11. Victoria on said:

    I agree…the coaches had no game plan for the Bronco defense. I think that was Cams frustration…and it showed on the field and at the press conference.

  12. Arthur Childress on said:

    Sonja G. Wright- ‘Very sore loser”??? So, was he supposed to be a very happy loser? Show me a professional athlete who is not a sore loser and I’ll show you someone who should be seeking a career change. I would have been disappointed had he NOT been a sore loser. You can have a seat right beside Mary.

    • Show me ANYONE who is happy when they lose. Cam DID shake the hand of Manning on the field and congradulated him. Now if anyone want Cam to turn flips when people are asking him “do you feel disappointed”, that is stupid. I would say the say if the tables were turned. Cam thank the person (Manning) at the right moment. And Cam maybe disappointed with himself more than being a “sore loser”.

    • Arthur Childress on said:

      What are you even talking about??? I’m trying to determine if your comment is a pathetic attempt at sarcasm or a scary attempt at profundity.

  13. Okay you can dance, showboat and be Superman when you’re winning, but you can’t handle the pressure and handle the questions when you lose. Suck it up!!!! He’s young, he’s got a great future ahead of him and he’s a great player. HOWEVER, if you’re going to do all of that crap when you are on top then learn how to deal with the crap that blows back on your when you get your butt handed to you when you lose that part of the game.

    • If you watched the game it was clear that Denver Defense was better. He didn’t need to Answer the questions.. That media crap didn’t Question or Drill Peyton Manning after the Saints beat them Fair reporting people..

  14. See thi is what bothers me when it comes to stuff like this. Many people will overall all the good a person do but when a person does NOT behave in the manner in which we as people expect, we want to start degrading them. Cam is hurt (as he should be and is entitled to be) and he did congradulate Payton Manning. That is good enough. What do people expect when reporters keep asking you “are you diappointed”? Duh, yes. I would say the same if Manning lose and did the same. Still, as it was pointed out, Cam Newton did congradulate Manning.

  15. Cam, hold you head up. Lets be real. Cam had alot of expectations on him plus he is 26. He shook Manning hand and told him “good game”. As many folks have said, it is a hard loss and it easy for people to judge when they are not in this position. Cam walk out can also be a sign of him being dissappointed in himself as well but he did show “good sportamenship” when he walked off the field and congrad Manning.

  16. It is refreshing to see someone cares so much about his game, that he could not even put on a front. It hurt. He’s disappointed. I’m with him with that bold, beautiful smile and I’m with him during this painful loss. Wait’ll next year Cam!!!! Good job this year too!!!

  17. Nina A.Mason on said:

    KEEP YOUR HEAD HIGH MY SON ,MOVE FOWARD,YOU HAVE nothing to look down for,in a game someone lose and someone win.Your loss started even before the game was actually played every time the media interviewed you it was not uplifting but in some way to bring you down get you upset.I am proud of your professionalism,respect and perserverance,I am always in your corner and will not forget the love and kindness that you show the children giving them the football after each touchdown even though you were fined that did not stop you.foward my son GOD will make your haters and nasayers your footstool.

  18. Sherry on said:

    My heart goes out to Cam Newton. It is heartbreaking to witness his devastation. This young man had the weight of the world on his shoulders. No matter what he does, people are constantly criticizing him about something stupid. Can’t a brother get a break? This is like reliving the Michael Jackson Syndrome all over again. Instead of fake has beens like Deion Saunders criticizing this young man, he should try mentoring him – show him the way. To all the naysayers — stop beating people down – empower them, uplift them. Cam has a lot to learn — this experience will make him even stronger.

  19. Telling it like it is on said:

    I live in NC and the panthers will always be the team I support. Disappointed in Cam leaving the press conference. Learn from this and move on.

  20. Ms Curly on said:

    They did not play well period. The offense played horrible. Hopefully Cam will grow from this. Peyton played bad too but his defense got it done for him.

  21. I was looking forward to Peyton Manning and the Bronco’s getting a beatdown–however, Super Bowl XL was not Cam Newton’s best day.

    He fumbled the ball and had several interceptions which resulted in Denver scoring points off.

    This game was basically about the old QB versus a younger one. Looks like age ruled.

    If the Carolina Panthers have another stellar season in 2016 as they had in 2015, we can no doubt look for the Panthers to be at the big dance again.

    Maybe Cam can learn from this loss!!!!!!

  22. Monica on said:

    But seriously how many times must they ask him “is he dissapointed?!!!” How many more ways can he say it? This young man had a lot riding on his shoulder and he feels personally responsible for his team. Sometimes you just don’t feel like talking.

    • Timekeeeper on said:

      I love your response Monica. This isn’t to say he should have handled things better, but you are right. the media can be awfully anal at times. And yes, he was just thru talking.

      • Ms Curly on said:

        I agree the media knows how to annoy you over and over again. I soooooo wanted them to win. He’s young and I am pretty sure he will get another shot at it.

  23. He needs to grow up! You are playing with the big boys now and you should have handled the loss like a man! You came to the game but you didn’t come to play and neither did your team. It was very embarrassing to watch how you went all season on a high and then come to the big show and choke.

    Maybe next year. During the off season learn had to be a good sport about losing.

    • Arthur Childress on said:

      So,let me get this straight, Cam choked, but, Tom Brady just had a bad game??? No, they were both victims of Denver’s juggernut defense led by Mr. Von Miller. Have a seat.

    • Sonja G. Wright on said:

      I agree with you 100% Mary of your response to Cam. He has a lot of growing up to do. Very soar loser. His immaturity definitely showed up last night.

    • blkwrestl on said:

      I will say this, the play calling was horrible. the Offensive Coordinator should have been fired. The coach was equally responsible . Take off those former Oakland raiders glasses Also on 2 separate occasions they were 4th and 1 and 4th and 3rd respectively. You go for it. What do you have to lose, especially with this outcome.

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