CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Another tough loss for the Panthers led to a controversial Cam Newton post-game press conference.
Panther's Quarterback Cam Newton wasn't in a talking mood following the Panthers 41 to 38 loss to the Saints on Sunday.
The division-rival loss dropped his team to 1-5 this season. After sitting out week five with a concussion, the NFL's reigning MVP wasn't happy with reporters repeated questions regarding his frustration level.
Newton's entire press conference lasted less than two minutes when he walked out of Sunday's post-game press conference.
The quarterback offered a few short responses - including "just trying to find a way to win the football game" and "next question" - before departing just an estimated 90 seconds into the session.
The abrupt exit brought back some Super Bowl post game memories. By unofficial estimates, Sunday's press conference was 59 seconds shorter than his Super Bowl 50 post game press conference when Newton exited early but later apologized for his behavior.