People are upset. People say Cam Newton doesn’t play the game the right way. Why is there such great anti Cam Newton sentiment? With the irrelevant Pro Bowl last Sunday, there has been nothing to talk about for the two weeks preceding the Super Bowl, forcing this Cam Newton issue to the forefront of the football world.
If you live in America, then you know that Super Bowl 50 was on Sunday. It’s the culmination of 17 weeks of NFL games. Only the cream of the crop can make it there, 2 of 32 teams. This year the two Super Bowl teams were the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos. As you know by now Broncos won and much heralded quarterback Peyton Manning will probably ride off into the sunset as a cap to his hall of fame career.
There has been much buzz surrounding this year’s NBA MVP race. There are technically four real candidates for the award this year, there are two superstars pictured above (Russell Westbrook and James Harden), as well as Kawhi Leonard and the ever relevant Lebron James. So, what exactly does being the NBA’s most valuable player entail?
While the average sports junkie has their eyes glued to the NBA or NHL playoffs, the year round football fiends have their sights set on the upcoming NFL draft. In our defense (admitted football fiend), the NFL draft has become more than a spectacle in its own right.