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sguil1

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Thanks to all you panthers fan who cheered for the Saints and the NFCS today. Look forward to next week guys!

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Umm dont you have a saints board to post on?

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or at TwinksLive.com?

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Thanks to all you panthers fan who cheered for the Saints and the NFCS today. Look forward to next week guys!

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*looks under rock, no one there*

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Pretty sure we were all rooting for Detroit.

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Pretty sure we were all rooting for Detroit.

I was about to say that...:hand:

Sad day in America.

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