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  1. Trent Dilfer after MNF

    Damn. And here I was thinking we had a chance.
  2. Given the horrible officiating and the arbitrary fines and penalties handed down by RG and company, it may indeed appear they are striving for parody. I'm pretty sure though they are actually trying to achieve parity.
  3. Week 13 Power Rankings...prepare for it

    Put us on a neutral field against the Pats and we win big. Put us in Foxboro (yes, I know it's impossible) and we only win by 7-9 points.
  4. Week 13 Power Rankings...prepare for it

    We'll be #1. Stop with the insecurity. Confidence is strength, and it's contagious. 
  5. And then there was 1

    At least through the first 11 games, we win the NFL.
  6. Seen Cam's stats vs the blitz lately? I hope teams blitz us mercilessly.
  7. Falcons shittin the bed (gameday thread)

    As bad as the Saints D is and given the productivity of our O, we may put them away by mid-2nd quarter.
  8. If you assign a spy to Cam, you have already put yourself at a one man disadvantage. Frankly, schematically, I don't know how you do it. That's probably why we're 11-0.
  9. Old School Football

    Back then, there was less parity in the league, and it was before Bill Walsh and the 49er's made it more of a finesse game. The mid-70's Steelers are the first team to come to mind when I watch the 2015 Panthers. They may have had that d!ckhead Bradshaw at QB, but they could dominate on both sides of the ball. The D, with guys like Mean Joe Greene and L.C. Greenwood would punish you to the point that opposing teams would lose their will to compete early in the 2nd half. On O, Franco Harris was a bruising running back that got stronger the more he carried the ball. And there was no dink and dunk going on. Bradshaw would chuck it up and Lynn Swan or Stallworth would go up and get it. YAC wasn't as important, as they would move down the field in chunks. They were the most physical team in the league, and no one wanted to face them. This same description fits us perfectly (except our QB is multi-dimensional and isn't an ass).  
  10. We are not "legit"

    It's actually the other way around. If you want more people to bet the other team, you make the Panthers a heavy favorite (give the other team more points).
  11. Gano's leg strength

    He's had nothing but touchbacks since we had one run back for a TD.
  12. Old School Football

    I've been watching football for many years. Watching the Panthers over the last week brought back memories of some great teams from yesteryear. Teams like Madden's Raiders, and Chuck Noll's Steelers. It doesn't matter if the D is a bit off. Our O can pummel you on the ground or in the air. And we aren't talking dink and dunk, but big throws downfield. O has an average day? No problem. Our D can flat out humiliate you. This is one of the more complete teams I've seen in my lifetime, and it will be a shock if they go down easily in the playoffs. We have it all. A great running game. A big play passing game. A stifling and opportunistic defense. I hope some of our younger fans appreciate just how historically great this team is. It's a great time to be a Panther fan. We get to witness history in the making.
  13. Throwback Thursday.."Ron Rivera Expected to be Fired today"

    I was dead wrong about Ron. Even coming into this year, he had not completely won me over. He may not be great tactician, but the guy is a master motivator that knows how to push all the right buttons.
  14. The Washington game, coupled with NE's injuries, made it pretty obvious we were the class of the NFL. The only team left that could give us  run for our money is Arizona, but personally I think we are the most balanced team in the league.
  15. SQUAD

    Jason Avant