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Stunning Stat

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Take away 2 games where the Panthers were playing teams that were resting their starters, in the last three years the Panthers are 0-11 in their last 11 road games against teams that finish the year above .500

I never would have guessed this and makes you realize how important the home field would have been.

Your right.......that is a stunning stat.......in the fact that its retarded.

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Which is why they have not made the playoffs the last 2 years. Now if you go back a third year you will see that the Saints were quite successful against good teams on the road which is why the made it to the NFC championship game that year. The point is if you can't beat good teams on the road you probably won't make the playoffs and you won't go very far if you do.

And if you go back one year further, we beat two teams on the road to make the NFC Championship. You got your playoff win in 2006 at home and then you went to up Chicago and got smacked around by Rex Grossman and the Bears. Something we didn't have any trouble with the previous year :D

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We win on the road in the playoffs so that's what matters. No point harping on statistics which are largely irrelevant if we're already going to the playoffs.

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Take away 2 games where the Panthers were playing teams that were resting their starters, in the last three years the Panthers are 0-11 in their last 11 road games against teams that finish the year above .500

I never would have guessed this and makes you realize how important the home field would have been.

Here are a few more stats that I found interesting.

4-1 That's the Panthers record against the Saints over the last 3 years

13 That's the number of teams out of 32 that the Panthers have an overall winning record against, one of which is, you guessed it, the Saints.

30 -7 'Nuff said.

23-0 The score of the PLAYOFF game that the Panthers won at the meadowlands.

4-2 The Panthers record in road PLAYOFF games. (I see why you put focus on home PLAYOFF games though since the Saints are 0-3 on the road.)

I must say you got some nuggets being the fan of an 8-7 team coming here trying to run crap on an 11-4 team. You don't have a lot for brains but I'll give you credit for the nuggets.

PS: I capitalized and underlined PLAYOFFS for you. You won't see the term applied to the Saints. I even linked an explaination for you. Here's some more just for you.

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LOL. That reminds me of the "statistics" announcers give out during a lull in the game. "The Panthers have never won on the road when Jake Delhomme ties his left shoe before his right shoe in a double knot...with black shoe strings." I always find them annoying and so pointless, lol. Just let them play football

You really compare this stat to meaningless stat like you mentioned? In 3 years the last 11 meaningful road games against good teams have been losses. This has to point to something significant.

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Yeah, and the Panthers are 4-2 on the road in the playoffs. Both losses coming in the NFCCG. How's that stack-up against yall's play-off road history? Blow me! :D

um I am talking about recent history. How many players remain from the team that went to the playoffs?

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Here are a few more stats that I found interesting.

4-1 That's the Panthers record against the Saints over the last 3 years

13 That's the number of teams out of 32 that the Panthers have an overall winning record against, one of which is, you guessed it, the Saints.

30 -7 'Nuff said.

23-0 The score of the PLAYOFF game that the Panthers won at the meadowlands.

4-2 The Panthers record in road PLAYOFF games. (I see why you put focus on home PLAYOFF games though since the Saints are 0-3 on the road.)

I must say you got some nuggets being the fan of an 8-7 team coming here trying to run crap on an 11-4 team. You don't have a lot for brains but I'll give you credit for the nuggets.

PS: I capitalized and underlined PLAYOFFS for you. You won't see the term applied to the Saints. I even linked an explaination for you. Here's some more just for you.

Saints have much more recent experience in playing in NFC championship games and winning a division title. Get back to the NFC championship, win the division and then come talk to me.

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um I am talking about recent history. How many players remain from the team that went to the playoffs?

Jake Delhomme

Steve Smith

Jordan Gross

Julius Peppers

Chris Gamble

Ken Lucas

Travelle Wharton

John Kasay

Thomas Davis

Brad Hoover

Moose was there in 03'

those are just off the top of my head

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