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Predict this year's record!

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wtf? retarded. How in the hell do you think we stay the same as last year after our team actually having time to learn the system and prepare....NOT have a huge injury bug and keep in mind last year at 6-10 could have easily been 10-6 if half of our close games would have had one play here or there go differently. Anything less than 11 wins will be a fluke

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wtf? retarded. How in the hell do you think we stay the same as last year after our team actually having time to learn the system and prepare....NOT have a huge injury bug and keep in mind last year at 6-10 could have easily been 10-6 if half of our close games would have had one play here or there go differently. Anything less than 11 wins will be a fluke

If you are playing the "if" game, i can join in. If Painter could make one throw, we lose to the sorry ass Colts last year. 11 wins is a tall order at this point. I'm not saying things couldn't change, but as it stands right now as I am typing this on the office toilet, 11 wins will be very difficult.

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I honestly think we win 10 games MINIMUM and could see us going as high as 13 wins.

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Lol at people being modest. We had a top 7 offense last year (top 5 in scoring) and have added a new weapon in Tolbert, along with Silatolu on the line. Also getting Gettis back.

Also improved the defense(Kuechly, and mainly getting people back from injury) and special teams.

The defense doesn't even have to be a top 10 defense for us to win a lot of games. 10 or 11 wins is definitely not out of the question.

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If you are playing the "if" game, i can join in. If Painter could make one throw, we lose to the sorry ass Colts last year. 11 wins is a tall order at this point. I'm not saying things couldn't change, but as it stands right now as I am typing this on the office toilet, 11 wins will be very difficult.

what "if" you didnt post anymore? John Fox is gone bro....its a new era so get that bad taste out of your mouth

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John Fox was in the playoffs last season.

Sure the panthers have slightly improved but so has the rest of the NFC south.

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John Fox was in the playoffs last season.

Sure the panthers have slightly improved but so has the rest of the NFC south.

this isn't the AFC west. 8-8 in this division and you're at home every season. the worst team to ever make the playoffs in the NFC south went 9-7.

the guy was done here. at odds with management, players had given up on him, fans were sick of it. "derp john fox was a good coach" is a pathetic meme. thankfully he's in a crappy division now and people with a childlike understanding of football can watch him carve up poo competition for the next few years and think he's chuck noll.

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he is a good D coordinator. Denver aint letting him run that O

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Rivera can only hope to duplicate JF's success here but we'll see.

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he is a good D coordinator. Denver aint letting him run that O

absolutely. he's a hell of a defensive coordinator but keeping his hands off the offense is important for continued effectiveness as a team. his offenses require a very narrow set of personnel and a very stiff style that needs very specific circumstances to work properly.

denver is doing the smart thing here. they'll blow into the playoffs easily while we miss the playoffs and the manchildren here will cry for another year about the huge mistake we made.

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vs. NFCS: 4-2 (we sweep someone)

vs. NFCE: 1-3

vs. AFCW: 3-1

lose to the bears in chicago

beat the raiders in charlotte

9-7 record and we get a wildcard spot.

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Rivera can only hope to duplicate the first three seasons of john fox's career here but we'll see.

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73-71 record as a head coach here. just barely above .500

edit: i have to say i liked the guy and was always a supporter of his even when things were at their worst. he had many great games against quality teams but also some amazingly fugly ones against total poo we could have beaten (bills in 2009, many others). it's just that he's the first "real" coach that actually stuck for this franchise so people put him on a pedestal like their first fug.

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