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Saints' Troubles Could Open Door For Young Bucs, Panthers

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Good Article, even though we had like 5 sentences of that whole piece.. I just wish our fans wouldn't post dumbass things though...cackalackycatsfan95, which one of you was it? Hmmm?

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Meh who gives a poo about Parcells, I'm sick of hearing about it.

I just wish our fans wouldn't post dumbass things though...cackalackycatsfan95, which one of you was it? Hmmm?

There are sadly more than a few dumbass panther "fans" as they call themselves out there. Ever read the facebook page comments? Yep....

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Meh who gives a poo about Parcells, I'm sick of hearing about it.

There are sadly more than a few dumbass panther "fans" as they call themselves out there. Ever read the facebook page comments? Yep....

I have, I used to post a lot on there until I realized that the expectation of every fan was to sign every single guy or go after every single guy they heard or knew of. Then I came to the huddle...

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Random thoughts about this epiphany:

1. You don't say (aka "No poo!")

2. The cat's, err panther's, out the bag, now.

3. There goes the big grey elephant in the room

4. You think?

Sorry, perhaps I'm just oozing with sarcasm.

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Why am I not as optimistic as the rest of Panther nation?

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