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I want free Bojangles.

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I've noticed many people here want to be rewarded when times are good, but want others to take the losses when times are bad.

Not surprisingly many on here work in the banking industry.

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I want a free VIC card.

Next season there won't be any VIC card stuff. Next year they'll bluff us all and when they announce, "Okay, everyone show us your VIC cards," they'll be running up and down the stair collecting them so they give the team their food per diem.

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Who exactly is our version of Jason Garrett?

With this staff you're more likely to get a Studesville.

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I'm going to spend my entire afternoon Sunday sitting in my seats texting the Fan Tattle-tale number "Fire Fox now!" or just giving them the location of the people causing problems ("sidelines") or ("coaching staff").

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Timing is everything Mr. Scot, we were at we want an apology stage, 5 more losses later, now we are at a we want our money back stage, by the end of the season we will be at a hang JR stage. Then when the draft rolls around and we have a new coach and pick Andrew Luck and go on to be a contending franchise for years to come, we will be at a JR is a genious stage.

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Hey guys, atleast we're not Detroit, nor will we ever be. We're having a down year, granted way down, but it's gonna happen, deal with it. There's nothing wrong with being frustrated with our season, but it's not the end of the effing world. Get over yourselves and be thankful we're Carolina. It could be much worse.

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Honestly, I think the fan base has been pretty damn strong considering how sh*tty of a year we've had. The amount of complaints and sometimes annoying fans shows how much random people still care about a team that is under 20 years old in a relatively mid-sized city. I love it personally and can understand the frustration, but we persevere.

Surviving through these type of seasons defines a fan base and honestly, we've taken our losses better than most teams would have in the NFL.

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I'm going to spend my entire afternoon Sunday sitting in my seats texting the Fan Tattle-tale number "Fire Fox now!" or just giving them the location of the people causing problems ("sidelines") or ("coaching staff").

What is that number? I'm never looking at the screen when it shows up.

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Hey guys, atleast we're not Detroit, nor will we ever be. We're having a down year, granted way down, but it's gonna happen, deal with it. There's nothing wrong with being frustrated with our season, but it's not the end of the effing world. Get over yourselves and be thankful we're Carolina. It could be much worse.

It's not that easy just to tell people to deal with it when there's money involved. Everyone understands there will be down years but it's the lack of communication regarding decisions that were made coupled with raising ticket prices for a lackluster team that has people upset. Sure J.R. came out and took responsibility for the team that has been fielded but timing is everything when dealing with a business. His timing has sucked thus far. People are allowed to vent.

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Honestly, I think the fan base has been pretty damn strong considering how sh*tty of a year we've had. The amount of complaints and sometimes annoying fans shows how much random people still care about a team that is under 20 years old in a relatively mid-sized city. I love it personally and can understand the frustration, but we persevere.

Surviving through these type of seasons defines a fan base and honestly, we've taken our losses better than most teams would have in the NFL.

I agree with this sentence except for the Baltimore game. There was purple everywhere!:(

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