Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is a polarizing figure among NFL fans. Many love him, and many hate him. However, there's one point you can't argue with, and that's the positive impact he has on young fans. During Week 9's matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Newton threw a touchdown pass to tight end Greg Olsen in the second quarter. Newton would take the ball from Olsen, and give it to a young fan in the stands, who was celebrating a special day.
Birthday wishes do come true pic.twitter.com/57ZtzbIFTs— Carolina Panthers (@Panthers) November 6, 2018
We're not crying, you're crying. What an awesome moment by Newton to give that young fan the ball on their birthday.
While many criticize Newton for his antics on the field, they can't deny the joy and positivity he brings children who attend Panthers games all season long.