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UpstatePanther

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some of you may remember my prediction thread a few months ago claiming the Panthers could go 13-3 this season. In that thread, i mentioned that i would be posting an updated version after the final preseason game (technically, after final rosters are announced). thing is, i feel out of my league. I am doing research already on the Panther's opposition. early scouting you could say. but i have no clue what information to gather and compare in order to make educated guesses at predictions. similarly, i have no idea where to get unbiased info from. can anyone help me?

 

also... please, if you havent already, read the analysis i did and give me as much feedback as you can think of on how i can improve. i really enjoy doing this type of research, but i want to be good at it too. the link is below...

 

http://www.scribd.com/doc/225521413/2014-Predictions

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I don't have any info to help ya out with, but I would repost this in the lounge. You'd have a lot more eyes on your thread!

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