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MNF/SNF and Cam-nation

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So with #SWAG (Cam) putting critics to rest, taking Carolina to the #5 offense in the NFL so far, and with the increased attention nationally...what are the odds that we finally get some love with a Monday Night Football/Sunday Night Football or other nationally televised games next year?

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I swear we get one of these a week.

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After the Browns won 10 games with Derek Anderson, the next year they got 4 or 5 primetime games. By that logic, we will play exclusively on Monday and Sunday night.

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Monday Night Football must and will return to Charlotte in 2012.

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there have been some terrible primetime matchups this year...the Colts got like 3 or 4 primetime games this year and we all know what happened with that.

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Newton vs Luck Primetime game?

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yeah and the ravens/jags game was possibly the worst MNF game i have ever watched.

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we will probably get a flex game this year if for no other reason than because we play all of our games at 1pm est. all season. America wants to see Cam Newton and Steve Smith.

Next year, not only will we be a better football team, but we will also have some featured games, no doubt about it.

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