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Carolina Panthers Full 2012 Schedule

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Gin and Juice    716

The way I see I see it the schedule breaks down into 3 sections.

First 5 medium difficulty. I say we get 3 wins and 2 losses.

1. @ Bucs W

2. Saints W

3. Giants (TNF) L

4. @ Falcons W

5. Seahawks L

Then the week six bye. The next 5 games are probably the hardest of the season. We'd be lucky to go 2-3.

7. Cowboys L

8. @ Bears L

9. @Redskins W

10. Broncos L

11. Bucs W

Then we have the Monday Night Football game against the Eagles here. I think this'll be the make or break game of the season. Say we're sitting at 5-5 here, a win puts us in the running for the playoffs, and a loss might keep us out. On the bright side, the last part of our schedule is probably the easiest.

13. @ Chiefs W

14. Falcons L

15. @ Chargers W

16. Raiders W

17. Saints W

We could definitely go 4-1 in the last stretch, leaving us at 10-6 if we beat the Eagles and 9-7 if we don't. I really think that week 12 MNF game is going to be the defining moment of our season.

make that 3-0 start.........giants will start slow

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smitty_89    150

make that 3-0 start.........giants will start slow

I have a feeling we will be one of the fast starting teams, so 3-0 is what I'm thinking.

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Gallagher    657

make that 3-0 start.........giants will start slow

I hope so, brother. Plus, I think their offense won't be nearly as potent without Brandon Jacobs (dude is a bulldozer) and Mario Manningham. Hopefully that'll be the game with which our defense can send a message to the rest of the league that they're back.

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Sam Mills Fan    4,583

Guys, flex will only be available to us after Week 11. That means the only chances are:

at Chiefs

Falcons

at Chargers

Raiders

at Saints

How many of those jump out at you as flex opportunities?

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