The reeling Panthers lose again and Cam Newton walks out during press conference

Following Carolina's loss to the Broncos in Super Bowl 50, Panthers quarterback Cam Newton made major waves with a press conference that was highly criticized for his sullen nature and short, clipped answers.

Expect more of the same after Newton walked out on a press conference following the Panthers' 41-38 loss to the Saints that sent the defending NFC champions to 1-5 out of the gate this season.

You can watch the full video of Newton's 1-minute and 27-second press conference at Black and Blue Review.

But here's the transcript of Newton's answers in their entirety.

Just doing what I'm asked to do.

Just miscommunication. Lack there of execution. Just got to get better.

That's what Olsen said.

Feel alright.

No sir.

Just got to find ways to win the football game.

Next question.

Just got to find ways to win the football game.

Next question.

The quarterback was asked if this is the "most disappointed" he's been in a long time and said "next question." Then he was asked about being frustrated, said "next question" the second time and left the press conference.

Newton's going to get plenty of flak this week for his post-game demeanor. That's now twice where he's ditched out on a press conference in the last 10 games because he wasn't happy with the outcome of the game.

It's not the end of the world and we'll make too big a deal out of it, but it's definitely not a great look. A dozen other quarterbacks had to face the music this weekend too, and they weren't storming out because they didn't like questions about being frustrated.

CBS Sports Senior Writer

Will Brinson joined CBS Sports in 2010 and enters his seventh season covering the NFL for CBS. He previously wrote for FanHouse along with myriad other Internet sites. A North Carolina native who lives... Full Bio

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