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Is the Falcons game a "must win"for Panthers?

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Just wondering what you guys think... 3 games have been played, we have a 1-2 record with the supposed "cream of the crop"Falcons next on the list.

The schedule is brutal, many are questioning whether the team will be able to make a playoff run with a 1-3 record... any thoughts?

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Probably going to get curbstomped. Not getting my hopes up in the least.

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Probably going to get curbstomped. Not getting my hopes up in the least.

Solid fan right here. Take notes kids.

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Not looking good at all the Falcons are looking organized this year. A loss here would indicate quite a bit to me, most importantley we are not able to compete in our division, but in the bigger picture the team is not moving forward. I have seen nothing indicating we are a better team than last year and that is unacceptable.

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Solid fan right here. Take notes kids.

So you're expecting a win over the on-fire Falcons?

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Solid fan right here. Take notes kids.

There are many kinds of fans. Some who are more realistically expressive and some more hopeful. Pessemistic or optimistic. Either way, niether have anything to do with loyalty which IMO defines a fan, and personally as an opened minded individual, I appriciate both perspectives.

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So you're expecting a win over the on-fire Falcons?

I always expect a win. I'm sure this team will bounce back from the NY game, and with a longer week of preparation we should be able to hold our own against ATL. It's all about finishing though.

If we lose, there will be a reason why and I hope that we will fix that reason ASAP. But am I gonna cry or bitch? Nah, cuz it's a fuggin football game haha.

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