|Newton looks to borrow page from Manning's book|
|Written by Admin|
|Wednesday, 07 November 2012 14:23|
With his swagger back after outplaying one of the NFL's bright young quarterbacks last week in Robert Griffin III, Newton faces one of the all-time great signal-callers Sunday when the Panthers host Manning and the Denver Broncos.
Manning closes out games better than anyone - something the second-year Carolina QB has struggled to do. Manning has 48 game-winning drives in the fourth quarter or overtime, most in NFL history.
Newton says Manning is ``transcending into a God of the game. ... He's a Hall of Fame quarterback and the records he's set are extraordinary.''
Still, the Panthers don't want to see Manning rally his team a 49th time.