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I know it sucks for Panther fans to suffer this lost but to me you guys had the game won. Both teams are the cream of the NFC crop and I swear I know how close it was where you guys won home field advantage. There is nothing I can say to change that frustration and I understand completely if you want me to go away from this forum but just hear me out.

First off you guys lined up against NY and imposed you're will. You hit them in the mouth and did it consistently the whole night. They couldn't stop it and you guys knew it. But remember that Kemo the big man didn't play in the game and Damoine Lewis left the game in the 4th Quarter. And the game STILL WENT INTO OVERTIME with them at full strength and you guys kind of hurt. Thats impressive. But do you actually think for a second that the season is over? just like that. Everything that you're team has fought for and sacrificed and its all over like that. No more support? They left it all out on the line, but as a spectator you really can't see or tell how hard it is to stop a running game like that without you're starting DTs.

I mean, you actually kept them in check WITH BRANDON JACOBS. With JACOBS! And he's not even the one that hurt you. the combo did and still yet you guys could've won. (note Tyler Brayton is a beast) Other teams wish they could do that, thats something to look foward to. Do you hear me?

Let me tell you guys something. You did what not only my Patriots, but other teams around the league would dream of. Everybody watched as you guys took it to NY the way you guys wanted to the so called "Best Team in Football" and so what if things just didn't work out THIS TIME AROUND.

But you see, thats what the playoffs are for. Thats why I love this game. You get a second chance...................................

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I know it sucks for Panther fans to suffer this lost but to me you guys had the game won. Both teams are the cream of the NFC crop and I swear I know how close it was where you guys won home field advantage. There is nothing I can say to change that frustration and I understand completely if you want me to go away from this forum but just hear me out.

First off you guys lined up against NY and imposed you're will. You hit them in the mouth and did it consistently the whole night. They couldn't stop it and you guys knew it. But remember that Kemo the big man didn't play in the game and Damoine Lewis left the game in the 4th Quarter. And the game STILL WENT INTO OVERTIME with them at full strength and you guys kind of hurt. Thats impressive. But do you actually think for a second that the season is over? just like that. Everything that you're team has fought for and sacrificed and its all over like that. No more support? They left it all out on the line, but as a spectator you really can't see or tell how hard it is to stop a running game like that without you're starting DTs.

I mean, you actually kept them in check WITH BRANDON JACOBS. With JACOBS! And he's not even the one that hurt you. the combo did and still yet you guys could've won. (note Tyler Brayton is a beast) Other teams wish they could do that, thats something to look foward to. Do you hear me?

Let me tell you guys something. You did what not only my Patriots, but other teams around the league would dream of. Everybody watched as you guys took it to NY the way you guys wanted to the so called "Best Team in Football" and so what if things just didn't work out THIS TIME AROUND.

But you see, thats what the playoffs are for. Thats why I love this game. You get a second chance...................................

Thanks, I think many on this board need to hear that. Including myself.

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