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Jake’s quick takes on Cam Newton, Ted Ginn Jr. and Jimmy Graham

Carolina Panthers quarterback Jake Delhomme raises his hand into the air after shaking hands with fans following the team’s home playoff victory over the Dallas Cowboys in the 2003 postseason.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Jake Delhomme raises his hand into the air after shaking hands with fans following the team’s home playoff victory over the Dallas Cowboys in the 2003 postseason. 2004 Observer File Photo

Four one-liners from former Carolina quarterback Jake Delhomme from our recent one-on-one interview.

On Cam Newton: It’s like Julius Peppers playing quarterback – minus 20 pounds.

On Seattle tight end Jimmy Graham: I think Seattle will be better without Jimmy Graham. I know that sounds stupid, but obviously he can’t block a lick.

On Panthers wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr.: I don’t know if it’s Cam Newton, the Carolina water or Ricky Proehl, but he plays different when he’s in Carolina.

On whether the Panthers will win the Super Bowl this season: I think it’s greater than a 50 percent chance.

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