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Only one team is undefeated at home this year, thanks to today's Bucs epic choke...

The Carolina Panthers, sole undefeated team in the NFL at home in 2008.

Congrats :hurray:

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hopfully we get to win a couple more at home, ya know? :thumbsup:

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hopfully we get to win a couple more at home, ya know? :thumbsup:

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Might not get a chance to win a 9th game at home.

y'all might not win 9 games, period.

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Might not get a chance to win a 9th game at home.

Shouldn't you be trying to figure out what bust your team will draft this year?

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other interesting stats i see on nfl.com:

- broncos are the only division leading team with a negative net point total ... and an impressive one at that, -40. the chargers, in 2nd place of the afc west currently, are +61. talk about not belonging...

* except the nfc west cardinals... but every team in that division has a negative net point total so it doesn't much count.

Also, if panthers win tonight, the W/L of east vs south will be:

NFCS 39-21

NFCE 36-23-1

if they lose,

NFCS 38-22

NFCE 37-22-1

still better!

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y'all might not win 9 games, period.

he's clinging to what little hope/ambition he has left for the season - be nice to him.

with his hopes dashed that his poo-tastic saints could possibly spoil a playoff berth for the panthers his only last reason to go on is to hope they can spoil a play-off home game.

wonder where he'll be left after the panthers romp the giants tonight and leave the game with the saints at the end of the season utterly devoid of any meaning?

poor saints fans - they try so hard and for so so little.

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