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Your 5 Boldest Predictions for the 2014 Season

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Excuse me for expressing my feeling that we're going to suck. We're about even with the Bucs and the Falcons but the Saints went all in this year and I don't think there's any way we can keep up with them.

You see, there are two ways to go about predicting how the season will unfold. One way would to say that maybe we didn't upgrade the talent level enough. Another would be to say that the draft didn't do enough to please you. You know, give a valid reason or two.

Or...you could just make a silly statement like you did. Then expect no one to notice.

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somebody will get their internet feelings hurt

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Cam Newton will rush for 1,000 yards

Damm, I sure hope not.

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So a rookie goes for 1000. Our OL so dominant both RBs go for 1000 and we have an alltime D....yet Shula loses his job? We would be 16-0 or 15-1.

 

Hey, they're bold predictions for a reason.

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The team will finish last in the NFC South. Everyone else has gotten noticeably better, we've gotten noticeably worse.

 

i thought these type of posts had finally died out... oh well... to each their own.

 

the only area that the Panthers have even POSSIBLY gotten worse is the OT positions. every other position group has gotten better or has the potential to be better. 

 

pessimists... y'all make me lol

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1. Gano will have at least 10 fg of 50+ yards

 

2. Tolbert will have more than 500 rush yards and 10+ total TD

 

3. Bene Benwikere will win the nickel spot and have 3+ INT

 

4. KB will lead all rookie receivers in TDs with 8+

 

5. Avant and Cotchery will combine for 12+ TDs

 

First post! woop woop 

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1. Gano will have at least 10 fg of 50+ yards

 

2. Tolbert will have more than 500 rush yards and 10+ total TD

 

3. Bene Benwikere will win the nickel spot and have 3+ INT

 

4. KB will lead all rookie receivers in TDs with 8+

 

5. Avant and Cotchery will combine for 12+ TDs

 

First post! woop woop

Welcome. Enjoy the ride.

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i thought these type of posts had finally died out... oh well... to each their own.

 

the only area that the Panthers have even POSSIBLY gotten worse is the OT positions. every other position group has gotten better or has the potential to be better. 

 

pessimists... y'all make me lol

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Come on now. They aren't pessimists. They're realists. They get upset when you mix the two up like that.

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1. Gano will have at least 10 fg of 50+ yards

 

2. Tolbert will have more than 500 rush yards and 10+ total TD

 

3. Bene Benwikere will win the nickel spot and have 3+ INT

 

4. KB will lead all rookie receivers in TDs with 8+

 

5. Avant and Cotchery will combine for 12+ TDs

 

First post! woop woop 

Sounds like my fantasy team is gonna have some Panthers on it if this is tru

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