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Predict the 2012-2013 Panthers Regular Season Record

Panthers '12-13 Regular Season Record (Pre-Pre-Season Edition)   125 members have voted

  1. 1. What will the Carolina Panthers 2012-2013 Regular Season Record Be?


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i didn't say i rarely agree with anything you say, just that post.

meh...

Sorry. That comment was uncalled for. I had a few beers during the game.

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Bucs - Win

Saints*****(home) - Loss

Giants(home) - Loss

Falcons - Loss

Seahawks(home) - Win

Cowboys(home) - Loss

Bears - Loss

Redskins - Win

Broncos(home) - Loss

Bucs(home) - Win

Eagles - Loss

Chiefs - Win

Falcons(home) - Loss

Chargers - Loss

Raiders(home) - Win

Saints***** - Loss

6-10

Update!

Bucs - Win

Saints*****(home) - Loss

Giants(home) - Loss

Falcons - Loss

Seahawks(home) - Loss (Russell Wilson)

Cowboys(home) - Loss

Bears - Loss

Redskins - Win

Broncos(home) - Loss

Bucs(home) - Win

Eagles - Loss

Chiefs - Win

Falcons(home) - Loss

Chargers - Loss

Raiders(home) - Win

Saints***** - Loss

5-11

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@Bucs - Win

Saints* - Win

Giants - Loss

@Falcons - Loss

Seahawks - Win

-BYE-

Cowboys - Win

@Bears - Loss

@Redskins - Win

Broncos - Win

Bucs - Win

@Eagles - Loss

@Chiefs - Win

Falcons - Win

@Chargers - Win

Raiders - Win

@Saints* - Loss

11-5

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NFCS- 4-2

NFCE- 2-2

AFCW- 4-0

Seattle- 1-0

Chicago- 0-1

Home- 7-1

Away- 4-4

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NFCS:

CAR 11-5

NO 10-6 (wc)

ATL 7-9

TB 6-10

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Watching the first preseason game changed nothing for me. I wanted to scream at the TV anouncers every time they said "getting Edwards back" would shore up the run D. When exactly did we ever have him on the field? Is he really any good even if he can stay there? We have neglected the D line. It will bite us in the butt.

I have to disagree with the Edwards comments. During the preseason, he has been very effective against the run.

Go back and review the other team's successful running plays. Nearly all of them came when Ron was out of the game. He is a definite difference maker for us.

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I've been thinking 7 or 8 wins for awhile now. Mostly positive and healthy through training camp and preseason so I'll go with 8.

This is a team that's won 8 games total over the last two years combined and it's not like we had some massive personnel overhaul during the offseason. DLine and secondary are still weak and we're also dangerously thin at several key positions. One or two injuries at those spots could kill us.

The schedule looks tougher than last years also. I don't see double digit wins being too realistic. It's a possibility if we pull out most (if not all) of our close games but given that it's a young team that doesn't have much experience in those type of games I'd say that's more of a long shot.

4-2 In division - Sweep the Bucs, split with both Saints* and Falcons

1-3 vs NFC East - only win against the Skins

2-2 vs AFC West - Broncos a loss, Cheifs, Chargers and Raiders are all winnable games, I think we go 2-1 in those games.

Win over the Seahawks, Loss to the Bears

8-8

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12-4.

We'll manage to win our fair share of shootouts with a healthier defense, we play most of our tough games at home, Drew Brees is due for his bi-annual slump (see: 2010, 2008, etc.) and Matt Ryan will fold under the pressure to become a vertical oriented passer.

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8-8. Our schedule is too hard, & I think we're a year away from being a great team.

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