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Probability of the Panthers winning at least 4 games this season...

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I think there's a 40% chance they win 50% of the games played under 35% humidity... I'm not sure how many wins that comes out to... not a lot though

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Dude, you are living in the past. Coaches nowadays don't do those type of things. Hell, most head coaches coach and let their assistants do the firing up. Sure, some get excited from time to time. But most are just like Rivera.

Head coaches have too much to do to babysit millionaire players. Players nowadays cannot handle a coach ripping on them. They are just like the majority of Huddlers. They would fap unmercifully should a coach grab their facemask.

Lol have you watched Mike Tomlin on the sidelines? Apparently not.

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All depends on Chud/Rivera.

This team could finish 2-14 or 9-7.

Talent isn't an issue. Coaching is.

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Dude, you are living in the past. Coaches nowadays don't do those type of things. Hell, most head coaches coach and let their assistants do the firing up. Sure, some get excited from time to time. But most are just like Rivera.

Head coaches have too much to do to babysit millionaire players. Players nowadays cannot handle a coach ripping on them. They are just like the majority of Huddlers. They would fap unmercifully should a coach grab their facemask.

Well, that just isn't accurate. Now whether that approach means anything is perfectly fine argument.

heck, just look at the NFCS.....every head coach in our division get worked up routinely. Smith, Payton, and the new guy all get very animated.

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I'm giving Rivera one more game to get his act together. If he can't fire up his team to play against the Cowboys, I'm hoping (yes I said it, all for the good of the franchise) we don't win another game this year. That way, Richardson will pretty much have to fire Rivera and Hurney for that matter. I don't want to finish 6-10 or 7-9, giving Rivera and Hurney another year to mess things up.

In the words of Owen Hart: "Enough is enough, and it's time for a change!"

great minds think alike sir. I said the EXACT same thing to my friend. If we lose the season it better be with a 4-12 or worse record so Hurney and the coaching staff will be fired AND we get a good draft position. Going 7-9 will do nothing but keep the same bums around and knock us down in the draft.

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I'm giving Rivera one more game to get his act together. If he can't fire up his team to play against the Cowboys, I'm hoping (yes I said it, all for the good of the franchise) we don't win another game this year. That way, Richardson will pretty much have to fire Rivera and Hurney for that matter. I don't want to finish 6-10 or 7-9, giving Rivera and Hurney another year to mess things up.

In the words of Owen Hart: "Enough is enough, and it's time for a change!"

this is exactly how i feel. if we win 6 or 7 games again there is a 0% chance Hurney or the coaching staff get let go of. however if we finish 3-13 or 4-12 he has no other choice. the fan base would fuging riot if he didn't do something about it

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All I'm saying is Jadeveon Clowney and Charles Johnson.

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All I'm saying is Jadeveon Clowney and Charles Johnson.

Clowney can't enter the draft

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Well, that just isn't accurate. Now whether that approach means anything is perfectly fine argument.

heck, just look at the NFCS.....every head coach in our division get worked up routinely. Smith, Payton, and the new guy all get very animated.

Animated, yes. Grab a facemask and yell, not so much. That kind of stuff just doesn't happen anymore in todays NFL.

Personally, I think Rivera is still trying to find his footing. He may turn out to be a great coach, or he may never figure it out. There is just no way to tell after 20 games. Or at least that is how I see it. Some folks can't wait for Rivera to figure it out cuz they want their victories now. I am wlling to give him some time, but I know I am in the minority.

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Animated, yes. Grab a facemask and yell, not so much. That kind of stuff just doesn't happen anymore in todays NFL.

Personally, I think Rivera is still trying to find his footing. He may turn out to be a great coach, or he may never figure it out. There is just no way to tell after 20 games. Or at least that is how I see it. Some folks can't wait for Rivera to figure it out cuz they want their victories now. I am wlling to give him some time, but I know I am in the minority.

Eh, all 3 NFCS guys get pretty intense and on players in game fairly consistant......and on refs.

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this is exactly how i feel. if we win 6 or 7 games again there is a 0% chance Hurney or the coaching staff get let go of. however if we finish 3-13 or 4-12 he has no other choice. the fan base would fuging riot if he didn't do something about it

dang it sir we just ruined my day. I am now torn between watching wine a cheese guys riot (picture it if you can) and the good of the team

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Head coaches have too much to do to babysit millionaire players. Players nowadays cannot handle a coach ripping on them. They are just like the majority of Huddlers. They would fap unmercifully should a coach grab their facemask.

I don't think you understand what people are referring to when they use the term "fap", unless you think all players and Huddlers are masochists.

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