Serious supporters of Cam are blinded by what he could rather than what he is. He will not ne able to do the same things in the NFL that he did in college. That crap gimmick offense works great in college. It works even better when you have a player like Newton running it. Gruden laid it out for everyone in that interview despite declaring Cam the best player in the draft. He couldn't recall a single play, pre-snap adjustment... Cam had nothing except "errrrrrrr 36". Cam gets ratings so ESPN loves Cam. Therefore Gruden is going to love Cam. Cam Newton cannot read a defense. He was a single read QB at Auburn. If his first option wasn't running wide open he ran. That instinct will get him hurt in the NFL. Just watch film of the guy. He made spectacular plays with his legs. He never once had to go out and win a game throwing the ball. He has never takin apart a defense through the air.So when you declare him a football god because of his superior passer rating be sure to go back and watch film to see exactly how he rolled up those numbers. When his run game was stopped he had nothing else. That NC game should have opened up so many peoples eyes. He missed wide open receivers, turned the ball over and got hit nearly every play. Auburn loses that game if not for a couple crazy plays. Oregon forced him to play quarterback and he couldn't do it. I'll admit Cam was a fantastic college football player. He was the most dynamic player in the country last year and Auburn doesn't even get close to the NC game without him. That doesn't mean he is going to be a successful QB in the league. What he did in college will not translate to the next level. He is not ready and his only hope is to sit behind a veteran and learn for two or three seasons. Then and only then will he have a hope of being a franchise quarterback.