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Why did so many people go to the game?

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"Stop going to the games"

That's an easy statement for you to make being that you don't have $850 tied up in one season ticket

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"Stop going to the games"

That's an easy statement for you to make being that you don't have $850 tied up in one season ticket

Besides where is the fun in that. I had fun and would have fun if we lost 100-0. It was worth the cost of the ticket to me for sure. Of course I would prefer if we had won and if what is wrong with the team wasn't.

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I am simply taking the tickets that have already been paid for and putting a butt in those seats where there normally wouldn't be one.

And NO, I'm not going to stop going. I will support my team to the end of the season. Just like that other thread a couple weeks ago. I wanna get as much Panthers football as I can (good or bad) just in case there is NO football next year.

This is our team. We should support them no matter what.

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Are you kidding me? Don't get me wrong. I am just as disgusted at my team's play/FO as you or any other real Panthers fan right now but I would never miss a single minute of play time. Unfortunately I haven't been able to make it out to any games this year but I plan on going to the Ravens game on the 21st and guess what? We are probably gonna lose that one just as bad as this last one. Does it sadden me? Of course. I want my team to win but I am a realist and understand the problems we are facing this year. I figure that if I don't count on winning, then I won't be dissappointed when we lose. Keep my expectations low so that when that deep TD pass to Smitty or Gettis happens, i'll be even more excited. Win or lose, i love the Panthers and always will. The losses make you appreciate the wins much more. I happen to have a deep passion for the sport of football and the Panthers are my team of choice. I don't expect to win every game or be in the playoffs every year. I watch and will continue to root for the Panthers because they are my team and there is no better feeling in the world than being in the BOA stadium on Sunday, rain or shine watching your team play the sport you love soo much and being surrounded by all the other Panther fans of all ages with your friends and family. Bottom line.... I have a smile on my face at the begining and at the end of every Panther Football game win or lose. I look forward to each and every Sunday. As for you, if you aren't happy with your so-called, "product".....go root for the fuggin Patriots. We don't need this garbage on this forum anyway. I'll find you a link to their Forum if you'd like.

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I live in ATL. If I lived close by I would go regardless of record. Just to be at the stadium to watch my favorite football team play drunk as hell is enough for me.

So that's it! They're drunk - explains the offensive ineptitude.

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So that's it! They're drunk - explains the offensive ineptitude.

Wait a sec, why did they cut Jarrett then?

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I go every Sunday with my pops because we already paid for the tickets. He looked at me yesterday just before Clausen threw the pick six and said "I can't wait until we're good again so I can dump these PSLs." And I don't blame him. It hasn't been fun at BofA since the Monday Night game a few years back when we beat Tampa.

Plus with the never-ending stream of flags in the NFL nowadays, College Football is just so much more entertaining. I'd rather spend my money on that.

I can't believe how many people were there yesterday.

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Sorry, but I will keep going on Sunday. Mainly because I still love being there on game day. But boy.... it is painfully, agonizing and frustrating to watch. This team without a doubt is the worse display of offensive football I have ever seen in the NFL.

I will also continue to take advantage of the only benefit of how bad this team is........... and that is we keep going as an entire family, have had other friends and families join us and pay $5 per ticket outside the stadium. And it doesnt even matter where the seats are because moving around is super easy. I only wish I had more available dollars to take advantage of all the PSL owners who want to bail out and buy up some of these super cheap PSL's.

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