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Panthers QB Cam Newton suffers back injury in car accident

The team's report capped a hectic few hours as reports of Newton's crash in Charlotte, N.C., hit social media. Local reports showed that Newton's car overturned. Other shots taken at the scene showed that Newton was taken from the scene in an ambulance after being placed on a stretcher

Steve Crump of WBTV said Newton did not want to be transported to the hospital but was taken anyway as a precaution.

The Panthers originally said on Tuesday afternoon that Newton was in "fair condition and undergoing tests at Carolinas Medical Center and will remain there overnight for observation." The team later revealed the injury. Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo also dealt with transverse process fractures earlier this year.
The Observer said it was a two-car crash on the Church Street bridge in Charlotte over Interstate 277 at about 12:30 p.m. ET. Mark Becker of WSOC 9 in Charlotte said Newton's truck flipped four times, according to witnesses.

The Observer said the other driver, who was driving a Buick sedan, was also taken to the hospital.
Newton, 25, a former Heisman Trophy winner at Auburn, has become one of the NFL's rising stars. He is a two-time Pro Bowl quarterback who won the NFL's offensive rookie of the year award in 2011.

Miami Dolphins aim to trade down in 2013 NFL Draft?

The Miami Herald's Armando Salguero Online Bingo Play Slots Online in US NFL Betting Lines reported Tuesday that the Miami Dolphins have been talking with teams for the "past couple of days" to unearth potential trade partners interested in the No. 12 overall pick.

That's hardly a unique stance in this deep draft, according to a story from's Albert Breer. Everyone is looking to move. ESPN, meanwhile, reported Tuesday that no fewer than five teams -- the Philadelphia Eagles, Detroit Lions, Cleveland Browns, Buffalo Bills and Dolphins -- have made calls about trading down in the first round.

The Dolphins' interest in moving down makes sense, considering general manager Jeff Ireland is eyeing a trade with the Kansas City Chiefs for Branden Albert. The Chiefs seek a second-round pick for the offensive tackle, and shopping a first-rounder presumably would allow the Dolphins to recoup that second-round selection. As it stands, the Dolphins have plenty of firepower, with five picks in the first three rounds, and 11 overall.'s Daniel Jeremiah told the "ATL Debate Club" last week that teams drafting lower in the order are thrilled with the talent near the end of the first round. Teams up top, he said, are "melancholy" with their fate.

Moving down makes plenty of sense, but moving up? Good luck finding a team thinking that way.

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NFL: AFC North Preview 2010

Out of all the conferences I’ve looked at, the AFC North is the only conference that only has one team that’s the weak link in the conference. This should be good news for your football betting needs. If football betting is your thing, then you are probably going to be pretty successful in the AFC North. For football betting, you can count the Cleveland Browns out. They are the AFC North’s weak link. However, the other three teams in the AFC North, the Cincinnati Bengals, Baltimore Ravens, and the Pittsburgh Steelers, will surely pull their own weight coming up this 2010 season.

Let’s start with the weak link of the conference, the Cleveland Browns. Amazingly enough, the Cleveland Browns didn’t do too badly in 2009, as they went 5-11, which is honestly better than I expected. If you were to look at the Cleveland Browns’ 2009 results, you would perceive one thing: the Browns lost early and gout used to losing. In fact, the Cleveland Browns lost the first four games of the season. Then they decided to get their act together in week six against the Buffalo Bills, squeaking past the Buffalo Bills 6-3. But apparently the Cleveland Browns didn’t enjoy being the top team when ESPN would do their game recaps because the Cleveland Browns proceeded to lose the next seven games. After a seven game losing streak, it appears that the Cleveland Browns got tired of losing, because they finished their season with four straight wins, starting with a surprising 13-6 win over quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers. Apart from the win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Cleveland Browns’ wins weren’t impressive, as they beat the Kansas City Chiefs 41-34 in week 15, the Oakland Raiders 23-9 in week 16, and the Jacksonville Jaguars 23-17 in the final week of the 2009 season, week 17. has the Browns as the long shots in this division; with their line at +2000 this could be the bet of the season. Get in early while the line is still strong and the payday could be huge.

It appears that a lack of quarterback stability was probably the root cause for the Cleveland Browns’ depressing 5-11 season. Quarterbacks Brady Quinn and Derek Anderson each played eight games throughout the season, which didn’t give the offense time to get accustomed with a quarterback because they were changing. I mean, Brady Quinn played the first two games of the season, then Derek Anderson played the next six, then Brady Quinn played the next six games, and then Derek Anderson finished up the season by playing the last two games. The Cleveland Browns should have stuck with one quarterback for the entire season, and only put in the second string quarterback when the starter is injured. Staying with one quarterback gives the wide receivers, offensive linemen, running backs, tight ends and everyone else the chance to build a relationship and build trust within each other. However, the Cleveland Browns toyed with the team’s chemistry and it was not good.

On the contrary, maybe some good will come out of this. Since Derek Anderson was the starter, and Brady Quinn played eight games, playing those eight games gave Brady Quinn an immense and invaluable amount of experience. It’s good to have your players, especially quarterbacks, be able to effectively run the offense when they’re needed, so perhaps giving eight games to each of the quarterbacks was not such a bad idea.

Unfortunately for the Cleveland Browns, they’re in a very talented conference, which includes the team that put a 19 point smackdown on Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in the Wild Card game in 2008, the Baltimore Ravens. Also, the Cleveland Browns have an extremely difficult three game stretch starting in week seven: the Browns play the New Orleans Saints on October 24, the New England Patriots on November 7, and the New York Jets on November 14. Luckily for the Browns, the games against the Patriots and the Jets are both home games, so that will probably even the scales in the Cleveland Browns’ favor.

So, for your football betting adventures, you can pretty much rule out the Cleveland Browns again in 2010. I think their unwillingness to stick to one quarterback throught the season is what will bring about their downfall. Once again, look for the Cleveland Browns to be the bottom dwellers of the AFC North yet again come 2010.