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#16 lightsout


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Posted 21 September 2012 - 10:11 AM

serve the LORD on sunday. I do this and catch up on the game via dvr every sunday. maybe i should pray for our team. sadly and ironically Stew has been to my church recently. smh

No. My landlord is a dick. What does prayer and church have to do with serving Mr. Jones in the community building have to do with this though? I'm confused.

#17 run1stdownrun2nddown



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Posted 21 September 2012 - 11:23 AM

Fairweather emo-fan here folks! We got a live one!

#18 Herbert The Love Bug

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Posted 21 September 2012 - 11:30 AM

JR fought hard to give the Carolina's a football and has worked hard and been a great owner. The only thing I think he currently needs to do is fire Hurney. Hurney has been the only thing holding us back the past few years with his stupid philosophy and his dumb ass drafting. So go fug yourself.

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Posted 21 September 2012 - 11:35 AM

Ah good ole rayzor. Your typical born loser.

#20 TheMaulClaw



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Posted 21 September 2012 - 11:45 AM

Panthers have enriched my life. JR brought the team here, and I respect him for that. I just think that MH is a master at pulling the wool over his eyes. Last night when Hurney was interviewed on Panthers.com he threw the players under the bus. He said to paraphrase: "We need players who know they'll win, not who think they'll win." He threw the players that he's responsible for getting under the bus. What a douche.

#21 PantherBlue



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Posted 21 September 2012 - 11:45 AM

I definetely think JR is not out to take our money and run. He is competitive and wants to win as much as any of us, IMO. That isn't to say that just because JR wants to win, that he is going to suddenly have this great team that makes the play-offs every year and is a threat to win the SB. How many other teams are trying to do the very same thing?

I do think he needs to do better with surrounding himself with the right front office and coaching staff that knows how to create a winning team. Sometimes I think JR surrounds himself with guys that he gets along with (or maybe kisses his ass) rather than hire those who can actually get the job done.

And to that point, Hurney needs to go and should have been fired along time ago. How many losing seasons do we have to have to justify one Superbowl appearance?? Seriously JR, get out of your comfort zone and hire the right people or sooner rather than later you may find your stadium with only a hand full of Carolina faithful - the rest will be Giants fans like so many thursday night... sad.

And no, Rivera doesn't have much of a personality that I've seen so far. So I guess I still waiting to see on him.. I don't want the Panthers to get rid of a Coach without seeing where he is heading. And right now it is only 3 games into his second season. But I sure am getting impatient with his lack of emotion.

#22 raleigh-panther


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Posted 21 September 2012 - 11:52 AM

Pats coach doesn't have much personality either.

He wins though.

Winning excuses a lot of things.

Unfortunately for the Panthers most of the past 15 years, not a lot of that happening.

Could be worse, we could be like the Saints for 45 years. I don't have tha much time left on the earth for that long.

#23 DaveThePanther2008


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Posted 21 September 2012 - 11:54 AM

sounds like you are giving yourself permission to go find another team to cheer for and i for one am 100% behind your decision.

either do that or suck it up....but whatever you do (and not just you, but all these little whiners who can't find anything good to say about the panthers that call yourself "fans") just do it and get off the f*cking fence.

AMEN.... This loss really sucks. We have the talent and need to wake up.

We don't need fairweather fans. God knows I want a winner but 24/7/365 I am a die hard Panther fan. Maybe this year, maybe not. One year we will win it all.

#24 fjblair


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Posted 21 September 2012 - 12:08 PM

The Panthers are just an absolute mess of a bumbling, moronic franchise. The reality is that as long as JR is our owner, we Panther fans may as well find something else to do on Sundays (or whatever gameday happens to be) - either that or continue to torture ourselves. Imo JR doesn't deserve my/our devotion. I know we love cheering for "our" team, but the reality is that we are just another man's bitch, cheering on his ineptitude, faithfully giving him our dollars and always returning like a wife who is continually beaten yet is convinced that this time her man will change.

You might want to find a new past time Ol Jer is here to stay. Ask the Redskin and Cowboy fans how that boot the owner thing works.

#25 iampantherman



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Posted 21 September 2012 - 12:10 PM

You might want to find a new past time Ol Jer is here to stay. Ask the Redskin and Cowboy fans how that boot the owner thing works.

There's always death.

#26 Hawk



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Posted 21 September 2012 - 12:11 PM

I don't think you really read my post. I'm giving myself permission to not cheer for anyone.

on behalf of fans everywhere...permission granted

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Posted 21 September 2012 - 12:13 PM

Jerry won't be around very much longer.

The guy is super old and in very poor health. Luckily he made it through his heart transplant.

I like the guy but nothing is going to change until the day he is gone.