Panthers’ Cam Newton Named 2015 AP Most Valuable Player At ‘NFL Honors’

by abournenesn

Feb 6, 2016

Was there any doubt?

Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was named the Associated Press Most Valuable Player at Saturday’s “NFL Honors” for his incredible 2015 season. The voting apparently was a blowout, too, with Newton getting 48 out of 50 votes. The other two votes were for Carson Palmer and Tom Brady.

Newton threw for 35 touchdowns and 3,837 yards with just 10 interceptions for the 15-1 Panthers during the regular season. He also leads all postseason quarterbacks with a 113.4 passer rating, and he has Carolina in position to win its first Super Bowl this Sunday when it faces the Denver Broncos in Santa Clara, Calif.

We’re guessing plenty of people will be “dabbing” in Carolina for their MVP quarterback Saturday night.

Thumbnail photo via Kyle Terada/USA TODAY Sports Images

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