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panthers04100

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I dont know if this has been made a thread yet and i dont feel like looking, but why the fug did the crowd get louder when the players were trying to get the crowd to quite down on the fourth and goal. The players were obviously confused cause they couldnt hear poo

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Fans in our stadium are either dumb or wearing the other team's jersey. Only a select few don't fall into those two categories.

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Were people so drunk they couldnt see the whole offense trying to get the crowd to quiet down?

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We need a display on the Big Screen like they have at Heinz field that tells everyone to shut up. Theirs says something to the effect of: Please Be Quiet, Steelers at work!

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People are dumb and can't tell that the players' hands are going down for quiet, not up for noise.

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At least we our fan's aen't as bad as KC's. Well never mind. They cheer their QB getting hurt but at least they fill a stadium, all wear KC jersey's and know when to be quiet and know when to be loud.

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