Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton wants everyone to know the Panther’s success this season is just getting started.
After the Panthers 20-17 win over the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday, Newton walked to the locker room and told reporters he plans to play even better once tight end Greg Olsen— who suffered a foot injury earlier in the season— returns from the Panthers injured reserve on Nov. 26.
“Just wait (until) I get my dog back,” Newton said. “It’ll be over for you suckers.”
Newton threw for 137 yards and rushed for 86 yards and one touchdown on nine carries against the Falcons.