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Mort: 99.99% chance Newton to Panthers

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LOL. I love it. I hope we draft Von Miller.. so people are pooping in their pants on LIVE TV.. Even NEON QUEEFON.

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Anytime someone is 99.99% sure of something, it means they have no clue whatsoever. If he was so sure, he would say it's a done deal already.

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I think the smokescreen has faded away.

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Tonight will be the greatest night this franchise has had since our last playoff win vs. the Bears 5+ years ago. I'm going to enjoy this.

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Hater: "So you're saying there's a chance!!!"

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Haters translation

So you're saying there's a chance!? YES!

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Two posters said the same thing.

Neither used the correct form of you're.

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Waits for Haters to say it's just Mort's speculation...

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If this thing is done, why haven't the Panthers announced it yet, I just don't get it.

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