Wow." Calling Manning "The Sherrif" on national TV in a not-so-subtle way of reminding people that a large section of America still views law enforcment as the enemy.
Its precisely this type of coded language that makes it so difficult to root for Newton despite his moderate success this year.
First choice votes had Johnson just ahead, with 2,254 to Cunningham's 2,135, so the winner will depend on second and third choice votes.
North Minneapolis is the scene of another close race, in Ward 5, where incumbent Blong Yang trailed rival Jeremiah Ellison – the son of state Rep.
The 36-year-old former city council member didn't have enough first choice votes to be declared the winner Tuesday night, but was in the lead with 24.9 percent.
But You tell me how its sporting to run 15 yards and then hurdle over your own offense of lineman, do a somersault into the end zone, injure a opponent because you flipped into him and knocked him out, and then get up and smile?
The counting began Wednesday morning and lasted five rounds. You might have already heard of one of Tuesday's historic moments, when Andrea Jenkins became the first openly-transgender person to win election to a city council seat, in Ward 8.
But another big story of the night concerns one race which hasn't yet been decided, in North Minneapolis' Ward 4, where Barb Johnson, the City Council president since 2006, is in a titanic tussle with candidate Phillipe Cunningham.
Fox Sports' made the call to let Chris Myers handle the intervew since Erin Andrews is likely still traumatized from Richard Shermans outburst two years ago, and he sopke with Newton about the upcoming Superbowl matchup.
Cam claimed to not know who the Panthers would be playing, and Myers informed him they'd be taking on Peyton Manning and the Denver Brocnos. A sneer, and then a declaration of war on his next target-, "Oh the Sheriff?
Kind of hard to dab after pulling out a hardfought "w" dying for the worlds sins when your arms are literally nailed to a cross.