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PeteRozelle

1st Week over, It wasnt pretty...

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Not sure about you guys.. I think almost all team's offenses looked horrid in the first week. I understand the fact that defenses usually come together quicker..

Does that mean if the league goes to 2 preseason games, the first few games of the season are going to be this awful to watch because a lack of "practice"?

That would suck!

Pete

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I think what NO and NE did this year would put them ahead of everyone, but its kind of hard to say since theyre both good teams regardless.

Idk if every team would want an AFC counterpart but it would seem to helpful to some.

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Ive never met you before...anyway...alot teams look like absolute garbage. which is why as usual people went overboard after one game, sure we probably suck but still...

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I think what NO and NE did this year would put them ahead of everyone, but its kind of hard to say since theyre both good teams regardless.

Idk if every team would want an AFC counterpart but it would seem to helpful to some.

they both have good qbs.....

.....hmmm

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Why does the nfl have to fug with something so perfect to being with, it is just fine the way it is. Then there is talk about having teams in other countries what the fug NFL should be American, they have Soccer and Rugby.

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Why does the nfl have to f*ck with something so perfect to being with, it is just fine the way it is. Then there is talk about having teams in other countries what the f*ck NFL should be American, they have Soccer and Rugby.

Agreed,

Everything is just fine the way it is and the way it has been.

But there used to be 14 games in a season, and money is always a/the issue.(however wrong it may be)

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Last post about Opening Day.

Yes, we looked like crap on Sunday.

However, SB Contenders like Dallas, NY Jets, San Diego, Minn etc. also looked like crap.

Dallas managed 7 pts.

The Jets managed 84 total freakin' yards of offense and 4 first downs.

The Chargers lost to the damn Chiefs.

The 49ers got bitch slapped by the lowsly Seahawks (sorry Hawk).

Atlanta managed 3 FG's and could not beat a Steelers team that had their 3rd string QB running the show.

Vikings managed 9 lowly pts.

It was not the start that Panthers fans were looking for, but all is not lost....not yet anyway.

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Last post about Opening Day.

Yes, we looked like crap on Sunday.

However, SB Contenders like Dallas, NY Jets, San Diego, Minn etc. also looked like crap.

Dallas managed 7 pts.

The Jets managed 84 total freakin' yards of offense and 4 first downs.

The Chargers lost to the damn Chiefs.

The 49ers got bitch slapped by the lowsly Seahawks (sorry Hawk).

Atlanta managed 3 FG's and could not beat a Steelers team that had their 3rd string QB running the show.

Vikings managed 9 lowly pts.

It was not the start that Panthers fans were looking for, but all is not lost....not yet anyway.

That pretty much sums up what I was getting at. My post wasn't directed to just the panthers, but to the whole NFL.

Will 2 preseason-game-seasons adversely affect quality of play for the first few games of each season for all teams?

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I doubt that 2 preseason versus 4 preseason games would really matter. Most starters play around 6-7 quarters of football in four preseason games. IF they went to 2 preseason games, the starters would likely play around 5 quarters of football. I doubt the 2 quarters would make much of a difference. The backups wouldn't need as much of the preseason because we would extend rosters to include perhaps 5 or 6 more players which would allow the majority of bubble players to make the team.

Guys like Smitty played no preseason and he did pretty well. I bet this same kind of the lets not interfere with what is perfect discussion came about when we went from 12 games to 14 or 14 to 16. Change is inevitable and usually for the better.

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