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ryoung

How can a loss when your team is 1-9 still hurt?

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I don't know, but I do know that the game today did hurt. I really thought that we had a chance today. I even said so Monday (http://www.carolinahuddle.com/forum/carolina-panthers/50466-i-think-we-beat-cleveland.html)

We did not play great, but we played ok and we should have won that game. I knew Jake owed us at least a pick 6 and he delivered.

Kasey has been with us from day one, but he has caused me some pain over those years. I will never forget that last kickoff in the SB.

I know it is not his fault. I am just pissed! I know that we are still in the running for the #1 pick in the draft, but damn... it would be nice to have won this one.

I know this is rambling, but this was one of our best games of the season (except for our 1 win).

This was the game I hung my hat on... My God here comes 1-15 again.

Also, can we get Steve Smith the ball somehow more than 3 mother f'ing times per game.

I am sad.

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Because you're a fan, it is supposed to sting.

Nobody wants to see their team lose, no matter what agenda they have or say they want to happen.

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Didn't even watch the game. Normally I have to go through some poo to trade shifts for a rare Sunday shift but this year it wasn't worth the effort or loss of money. Especially with DVR.

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my wife asked me today... "why do you still watch? why do you still care?"

I told her because the Panthers are my team and them having a bad year doesnt change that...

you are a fan sir, and thats why a loss still hurts

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i still watch, but today i just stared at the screen as kasay fuged up, then turned the tv off.

ive become a pathetic shell of a person :(

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I just laughed after Kasay missed that kick.

It was just so frustrating.

We should've won, but we just weren't allowed to.

Phantom penalties by the refs, poor replay reviewing on that first LaFell catch, and then right off the upright, it's like no matter what we did we just weren't allowed to win.

I stared in shock

Was Frustrated.

And then I just made myself laugh, just because.

I'm still angry.

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I was extra angry because I'm in a huge money pool for pick 'em and the numbers are dwindling. Most people picked Cle over Car, I went with Pit over Buf (I have serious issues picking against us). That win would've really helped.*

*I would be mad even if it weren't for this

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