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Poll: Be honest, did you want Panthers to win?

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Deep inside... hell yes... I was cheering for em with all my heart. But I also want Luck.

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Doesn't seem like a yes or no question when they made it a confusing long sentence.

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I was glad to see Stewart punch them in the mouth.. there are quite a few bright spots on our team, esp on defense. I realized more than ever as I watched the game at a place overrun by Steeler fans that I hate watching such a non-competitive product..

but I'm not mad about the outcome.. this offseason will be exciting due to all the changes coming up.

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Hell yes I wanted them to win, but I figured that I would have a better chance of hitting the lottery.

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I didn't want to win really, because if we did then odds are we'd lose the #1 pick. But I did want us to look competent. We looked decent on the first couple of drives, and I thought we had a chance. That was the only time during the game I had that thought.

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I think the Luck sweepstakes just might come down to this: Can we beat Atlanta's second teamers?

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I want us to win every game...but losing doesn't hurt my feelings at this point. Just hope we can turn it into a great draft.

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