Cam Newton’s confidence has always been at his highest, and he proved that once again with his latest comments.
During an appearance on “The Pivot Podcast” this week, Newton said he believes he’s the best quarterback in the NFL right now.
“There’s not 32 guys better than me. On my soul, on my soul, on my soul,” Newton said alongside ESPN’s Ryan Clark and former NFL players Channing Crowder and Fred Taylor. “At the end of the day, compare apples to apples, and oranges to oranges, certain situations for certain situations, and if you think I couldn’t be on somebody’s team right now, you’re a damn fool.”
On top of that, Newton went on a rant about how he sees himself more valuable than some of the best quarterbacks that have ever played the game.
“I saw myself more valuable than a Tom Brady, I saw myself more valuable than an Aaron Rodgers, than a Peyton Manning.”
“Because I can go into their community but they can never go to my community.”
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In eight appearances, Newton finished with 684 passing yards and four touchdowns with five interceptions, along with five rushing touchdowns.