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Men’s Cam Newton Nike Carolina Panthers Black Limited Jersey

Men’s Cam Newton Nike Carolina Panthers Black Limited Jersey

The Carolina Panthers changed the offensive coaching staff this season, handing the reins to the Turner family, with the focus on raising the play of Cam Newton.

Coach Ron Rivera said upon hiring offensive coordinator Norv Turner that he wanted to see Newton get to “another level.” That level, however, won’t necessarily include making Cam a statuesque pocket passer.

Panthers new QB coach Scott Turner — who was a quality control coach in Carolina during Newton’s rookie season — told Max Henson of the team’s official website that Cam’s unique talent won’t go to waste.

“What he has done has really refined his game, really become a pro, but he’s going to play his way,” Turner said. “He’s going to run — that’s what makes him the dynamic player he is — but also making the throws in the pocket, going through his reads. All of those things come from experience, and he’s played seven seasons now.”

Turner’s job is to help Newton sand down the rough edges. The QB’s biggest trouble during his first seven seasons were fits of inaccuracy, often sailing passes high. For his career, he has a 58.5 completion percentage. The past two seasons he averaged a 56 percent completion rate on 1,002 pass attempts.

“A lot of things go into that — your eyes, your feet and ultimately your decision making. If you can get those three things down in regards to your completion percentage, a lot of times instead of trying to make the high-degree-of-difficulty throw, you can get the ball to the back or tight end,” Turner said. “He doesn’t need changing; he just needs to be the best version of Cam Newton.”

The best version of Newton is a dual-threat monster with a cannon arm who can fit the ball into any window. When Cam’s swag is on, he can be as deadly as any QB in the NFL. The goal of Scott and Norv Turner is to push the right buttons to keep Newton hot for longer stretches next season.

Clay-Chalkville will open the 2018 football season against Griffin, Ga., in an invitation tripleheader sponsored by former Auburn great and NFL Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton.

The C1N High School Showcase will take place Aug. 25 at Lakewood Stadium in Atlanta.

It will be an Alabama vs. Georgia showdown. Westlake of Atlanta will face Sidney Lanier of Montgomery in the opener at 2 p.m. EDT. Clay will follow against Griffin High at 5 p.m. and Central of Phenix City will close out with a game against Mays of Atlanta at 8 p.m.

Coach Drew Gilmer’s team will also host Niceville, Fla., on Sept. 7. The Eagles went 6-4 last season, falling in the first round of the Florida state playoffs. The Cougars played Niceville at Hoover in 2014, beating the Eagles 44-23 before the ESPNU cameras in Ty Pigrome’s national coming out party. That is a one-year engagement.

But the Cougars’ trip to Atlanta is a two-year deal.

“It’s going to be fun,” Gilmer said. “It’s going to be exciting for our kids. Anything with Cam Newton’s name on it is big for the kids. It helps us being a two-year deal, and they’ll cover the travel expenses and that kind of stuff and it’s fun to do something a little bit different.”

Nike Raiders #52 Khalil Mack Black Team Color Men’s Stitched NFL Elite Jersey

Nike Raiders #52 Khalil Mack Black Team Color Men’s Stitched NFL Elite Jersey

Wholesale Khalil Mack Jersey

For someone who’s already received a multitude of accolades this season, most notably the title of Defensive Player of the Year, it’s hard to deny that defensive end Khalil Mack is one of the best at his position in the NFL. The Oakland Raiders edge rusher has wreaked havoc on offensive lines since entering the league in 2014, and was recently named Pro Football Focus’ best overall edge rusher from the 2016 season.

While No. 52’s stat line of 11 sacks, five forced fumbles, an interception, and one touchdown is eye-opening to begin with, Mack’s impact on the game transcends more than just the stat sheet. According to PFF, the soon-to-be 26-year-old pressured opposing quarterbacks a total of 96 times, which was the most in the NFL. When you watch the First-Team All-Pro on film, he showcases a special combination of speed, power, and finesse.

Whether he’s bull rushing his opponent or accelerating around the outside, Mack is a handful. The Silver and Black standout is a cornerstone player on defense, and is the only player in league history to be named to an All-Pro at two separate positions (defensive end and linebacker).

Often times, NFL analysts get caught up in the importance of sacks, but fail to take the rest of a player’s impact into consideration. When it came to stopping the run, Mack tallied 44 tackles on 356 rushing snaps, and stopped the run 32 times. At 6’3” and 250 pounds, the third-year player has a versatile skill set that allows him to be affective in the run or passing game.

Here’s a look at how PFF broke down Mack’s edge rushing ability:

“Nobody generated more pressure than Oakland’s Khalil Mack this past season,” wrote PFF.” He led the NFL in total pressures, at 96, and was the only player to even eclipse 90 over the year. Mack didn’t have as many sacks as some on the list, but still got home 11 times over the year, knocking the QB down another 11 times, and posting a monstrous 74 hurries across his 16 games.

Mack’s postseason performance against the Texans was one of his weakest pass-rushing displays of the year, but he still notched a pair of hurries and was a monster in the run game, with eight defensive stops to his name in just one game.

What often separates the very best pass-rushers is game-defining impact plays, and Mack had more than one of those over the season. In fact, he recorded more than one of those in a single game, proving to be the difference between the Raiders winning or losing back in Week 12 against the Panthers, when he managed to intercept Carolina QB Cam Newton on a quick screen pass, and later record a strip-sack to force a fumble and seal the win.”