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absolutely

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10-6 :d

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They aren't bold if you are making them 4 weeks in.

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Here's a BOLD PREDICTION

THE PANTHERS WILL PLAY THE SAINTS THIS WEEKEND.

Bold and CAPITALIZED actually.

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Originally Posted by Zod

They aren't bold if you are making them 4 weeks in.

10-6 :d

boldness depends on the prediction. e.g., cam throws for 6K

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I predict that Cam will throw for 15,0000000 yards and will score at least 100 touchdowns and I will accidently poo my pants again while watching the Panthers game at bank of america stadium and stink up the whole section.. again :blush5:

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Cam will pass for over 400 yds in his first two games

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Cam will pass for over 400 yds in his first two games

lol gtfo

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Prediction 1:

During the bye week, Rivera announces that Legadu Naanee has been promoted to #1 receiver. In his weekly press conference, Rivera applauds Steve Smith for his incredible statistics and congratulates him on achieving 1000 yds by mid-year, but defends the move by saying "Naanee looks like a young Randy Moss in practice". A humble Naanee thanks Rivera for having faith in him in spite of his 84 yds receiving through the first 8 games.

Prediction 2:

By week 10, Marty Hurney will have signed, and then cut, every available scrub that has ever put on an NFL uniform. Rivera, still not happy with the team's roster, begins to hold "Workout Tuesday's", in which fans are encouraged to try out for their favorite position. Two members of the Carolina Huddle make the roster, and promptly convince the front office to switch to all-black unis.

Prediction 3:

Week 14, Chud declares that running plays are for puss!es, and will be abandoned for the rest of the year. The Panthers go on to shatter every single season passing mark, while going winless for the rest of the year. After a tumultuous offseason in both Carolina and Denver, John Fox is named the Panther's new offensive coordinator.

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Prediction 1:

During the bye week, Rivera announces that Legadu Naanee has been promoted to #1 receiver. In his weekly press conference, Rivera applauds Steve Smith for his incredible statistics and congratulates him on achieving 1000 yds by mid-year, but defends the move by saying "Naanee looks like a young Randy Moss in practice". A humble Naanee thanks Rivera for having faith in him in spite of his 84 yds receiving through the first 8 games.

Prediction 2:

By week 10, Marty Hurney will have signed, and then cut, every available scrub that has ever put on an NFL uniform. Rivera, still not happy with the team's roster, begins to hold "Workout Tuesday's", in which fans are encouraged to try out for their favorite position. Two members of the Carolina Huddle make the roster, and promptly convince the front office to switch to all-black unis.

Prediction 3:

Week 14, Chud declares that running plays are for puss!es, and will be abandoned for the rest of the year. The Panthers go on to shatter every single season passing mark, while going winless for the rest of the year. After a tumultuous offseason in both Carolina and Denver, John Fox is named the Panther's new offensive coordinator.

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Cam wins MVP, and during his acceptance speech, he admits to being TRD.

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Instead of the Cardiac Cats of the Super Bowl year, winning many very close games, we will enter Cardiac Arrest, losing many games by very close margins.

I just feel it.

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#1

Armanti Edwards and Ron Edwards finish within 5 yards of each other on punt return average and have the same number of touchdowns and catches of 20 yards or more.

#2

In practice, Steve Smith puts Naanee on IR for the rest of the year and Huddle members vote it the best practice of the year. Smith avoids punishment by using the "he needed beatin" defense (handed down from the "he needed killin' defense made famous in the WNC mountains.

#3

Rivera wins rookie coach of the year, primarily for having more unused timeouts and challenges than any other coach and for telling Chud' to let Cam play.

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