Cam Newton explained his postgame skirmish with the Dolphins players saying, ‘They were arriving for my series’


FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Cam Newton’s first game with Pat Newt is in the books and was accompanied by some fireworks. The former league MVP dazzled with his feet, running for two scores en route to a 21–11 New England victory over the Miami Dolins. However, in a few seconds the fireworks started as a brief scrap between Newton and some Dolphin players.

As the clock ticked to zero, CBS cameras showed each other Newton and former Patriots linebacker Alandon Roberts as the Jauhar In between a group of Patriots and Dolphins. Dolphins defensive end Shake Launson is also seen throwing the pile and Newton told reporters at a post game videoconference that his chain was tugged.

“I still got my series,” Newton said, showing reporters. “I got two ’em. They were reaching for my series, though. They were reaching for my series. And I think that’s kind of got under my skin. But yeah, it’s all through , Man listen – I don’t want to have anything to stay away from whatever great team game we have. And I don’t want to focus on that and settle on that. I want to be there for us as a team. Think, or personally – too many tempers. Can flare up. And I was just teasing with the coach, just telling him that College Park almost came out in me. Still, all of this, through the man From, it was all fun and games, and it was expected. ”

The scandal quickly dissolved and the two clubs moved into their respective locker rooms, but it was a small affair between these two AFC East rivals. Head coach Bill Belichick also pointed to the game’s contentiousness during his postgame press conference and credited his team with not taking any silly penalties.

“Definitely playing penalty-free or minimum penalty is one of our goals so I’m glad we were able to do that today,” Belichick said of his Patriots, who were flagged only three times in the afternoon. “The game felt a bit of silence at times and we had no vengeance or personal dishonesty penalty. I felt that friends put their poems in a couple of situations at the end of the game.”

Added Newton: “It was a competitive game – on both sides. You just have to realize who you’re talking to, and just stay in the game. I realized that I was talking to a guy who split. Known for doing. So going back and forth was not a specialty of its own. But at the end of the day, it’s football, and for me, no matter who it is, I play with a competitive edge. And I hope the other team has one as well as a competitive edge. And at the end of the day, anything outside of that, it’s just about respect. I don’t insult anyone, and I wouldn’t want anyone to Insult me. But still at the end of the day., We got the thing that was most valuable today, and it’s a win. ”

Newton impressed during their first game with the Patriots, allowing the club to step onto the field with their two superb scores of 75 runs. CBS cameras also showed Newton limping and grabbing his hamstring as he walked off the field, but the quarterback told reporters that everything was fine in that regard.