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Your bold yet reasonable predictions. 2011 edition

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Cam starts from day one.

Edwards runs back 3 punts for touchdowns.

We are competetive in every game, but just miss the playoffs.

Olsen, Smith, Stewart, Gross and Beason make the pro bowl.

There will be fewer red jerseys at the home vs. Falcons game.

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Sherrod Martin will have 90+ tackles, 10 ints, 4 FF, and 2 sacks in route to his first probowl.

Panthers make the playoffs.

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It will be far better than the previous season.

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After 4 rushing touchdowns vs. ATL...D Will tosses the ball to Sir Purr for a picture caption the Huddle will later refer to as, "HOOOLD MEH DIIICCCCK."

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7-9, no playoffs but some division wins. Not bold, just meh.

Same.

This is my best case scenario. Worst case we go 4-12.

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We start 3-0.

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We split with New Orleans and Tampa

Stewart and Williams combine for 1,600+ rushing yards and 15+ TD's

Thomas Davis plays all 16 games

Steve Smith takes more snaps from center than Jimmy Clausen does

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Carolina WILL field a top 10 defense.

Panthers WILL finish NO worse than 20th best in offense.

No Carolina QB will clearly set themselves apart from their couterparts.

Carolina will beat two eventual playoff teams.

Panthers will not go winless on the road or in the division.

I like this prediction, especially about the Qb's. We basically have 2 rookies in this system competing, so I look forward to slightly below average qb play.

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Hm. Batman bumps seem to be trendy today.

Enjoy early predictions.

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