The 1 thing I learned from that picture is this: If a woman tells you she's your #1 fan, run away as fast as your legs can carry you. It sure bets coercion, captivity, & Stockholm Syndrome.
Yes, the next time Cam fumbles the ball in a game, I expect him to pounce on that pigskin like his life depended on getting it back.
The movie was awesome and Kathy Bates was excellent. The book was even better as they usually are, but in the movie he was pretty much always scheming and trying to get out, but in the book he had pretty much given up and was resigned to a life in solitude.
Well, except no one had a sledge hammer, nor was he helpless, defenseless and tied to a bed. If he was worried about his ankle or knee then dive on the ball, ankles and knees don't get hurt very often if they are not planted in the ground. Heck he had a better chance of breaking ankle as fast as he back-peddled out of there.
The fact is every Superbowl there is a play or two where the QB has to sacrifice his body to make a play to try and win the game. Cam had his chance and he got out of there as fast as he could and now tries to justify his cowardice.