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Topic - Mike Shula
Panthers coach Ron Rivera said lost in Monday night's controversial win against the New England Patriots is that Cam Newton played "one of the best games" of his NFL career and took another huge step in his development as a quarterback.
"He looked comfortable and his eyes were in the right place and looking at the right things," Shula said. "Mechanically I thought he was doing everything right. When you do all of those things and you are talented like he is, you are usually going to be successful."
Offensive coordinator Mike Shula said a win like Monday night will only do wonders for Newton's confidence.