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charlottenian

Let's go Detroit....

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one more azz waxin azz poundin performance and you tie our record of 15 straight losses.... you can do it!

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Its sad but I doubt they win a game this year.

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haha awesome! i hadn't thought about that

i feel bad for 'em though. i kinda hope they win one. or at least get a kick in the nuts, make a huge change on the offseason and have a dolphins-esque comback in 09.

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I was upset last year when Miami didn't break the record. I knew I had hope for this year when i saw how badly the Lions have played.

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Record is 26 games by the Bucs. However if you go by one season yes the Panthers hold that one.

The fins tied our record last year so really we are not the sole owners of it. :idea:

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2001 panthers would kick their ass!

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The fins tied our record last year so really we are not the sole owners of it. :idea:

False, they lost 13 straight.

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