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The Packers, Giants, and Saints* lost the first game as well. All were at home and all lost by more points than carolina did on the road. I guess none of them are going to the playoffs either.

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Thank goodness, now it almost sounds like a positive that my team lost!

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I went from being pissed off to now panicking. How in the hell are we going to beat a pissed off Saints**** team when we are playing like we dont give a f*ck and still in preseason form.

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The Packers, Giants, and Saints** lost the first game as well. All were at home and all lost by more points than carolina did on the road. I guess none of them are going to the playoffs either.

And all those teams are still going to get 50 times more national respect than the Panthers. We wonder why there were so many people picking the Bucs over us, it's because they know the Panthers aren't consistent one bit.

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The Packers, Giants, and Saints** lost the first game as well. All were at home and all lost by more points than carolina did on the road. I guess none of them are going to the playoffs either.

Every week there will always be some good teams with a loss. So we should get comfort form?

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The New York Giants lost their first game last year to the Washington Redskins 28-14 (a team that finished 5-11). At one point in the middle of the season where they lost 4 straight games. They finished the season 1 game above .500.

They eventually won the Super Bowl.

Everyone calm the fug down.

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The New York Giants lost their first game last year to the Washington Redskins 28-14 (a team that finished 5-11). At one point in the middle of the season where they lost 4 straight games. They finished the season 1 game above .500.

They eventually won the Super Bowl.

Everyone calm the fug down.

Like your enthusiasm but that's called an exception to the rule.

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the fact that carolina had no rushing game at all and still had a chance to win at the end, is awesome imo. past years, this would have been a blow out 42-0. The game was a grudge match between 2 division rivals. Was a good game, we didnt win but it was a good game to watch anyways.

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They finished 2 games over at 9-7 and wouldn't have even made the playoffs except for the fact that their division sucked. If they were in the NFC south they would not have made it in as a wild card. With our division the way it is we can't afford to lose to these shitty teams and still have any chance at the playoffs. 9-7 isn't going to get it done most years. And after yesterday that is being optimistic anyway.

The New York Giants lost their first game last year to the Washington Redskins 28-14 (a team that finished 5-11). At one point in the middle of the season where they lost 4 straight games. They finished the season 1 game above .500.

They eventually won the Super Bowl.

Everyone calm the fug down.

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Knee jerk doom and gloom reaction from the lesser experienced huddlers is a tradition here.

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They finished 2 games over at 9-7

Dude, come on..

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Cleveland, Jacksonville, and Seattle also lost yesterday.

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