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Note: Rooting for the Panthers to lose this week is a fan law violation

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I've been an advocate for the Panthers losing for Luck for the past few weeks now, but that ends Sunday. If you actively root for the Atlanta Falcons to come into Charlotte and beat us when we could have a chance to deliver them an epic embarrassment and possibly stop them from home-field advantage, you are a crappy fan.

So it has been said, so it shall be.

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Root against the Panthers? Never.. A win on Sunday?? I'd root against the Panthers before that happens...

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I never root for my team to lose. IMHO if you feel the need to do that, find another team. I don't really care about the draft pick choices. Whether we win or we lose I will still root for a victory.

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Victory = something we can poo on Falcons fans for forever. Their 2007 victory over us x10 because they're actually having a great year. Not likely at all and what not but still.

Loss = Still on the fast track to the number one overall pick.

It's a win/win situation!

what an incredible season

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Playing spoiler isn't my idea of an incentive. I don't see us beating a focused Falcons team though. Hell we couldn't be a terrible Seahawks team even when we had a 14 point lead right out of the gate.

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I don't think anyone roots for us to lose. We just don't CARE if we lose, because of what it could get us in the Draft. I doubt anyone is PULLING for the Falcons.

It's sort of like we've all become casual fans, just watching the local team play a game. You cheer if they score, and go "aww" if something bad happens. But you aren't out there cussing at your TV if the refs make a bad call, and you aren't pacing back and forth hoping for a win in crunch time.

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Andrew Luck>Bragging about a meaningless week 14 game to Falcon fans, who will probably be to busy watching Youtube clips of their Super Bowl victory...

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