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#1 top dawg

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Posted 21 May 2009 - 01:12 AM

The Panthers were 12-4 last year, and notwithstanding a collective brain fart from some of the key players (on the field and on the sidelines), The Panthers would have probably played in another game or two. Now you have sports pundits, and even fans, basically setting .500 give or take a game, as the standard this coming season, despite having basically the same team (with one more year of experience under its belt, and a bad taste in its mouth[a taste that smacks of Cardinal]). One main thing that I feel a lot of people are forgetting is that sometimes irritation breeds motivation, and with that motivation comes a huge chip on the shoulder that fuels heart.

This season, in a large part, is going to show us about the true heart of the organization as it exists today. The Panthers have had to sit around for weeks thinking about how they got punked in their own house, in front of a national audience, with the big dance just (just) over the horizon.

I am thinking---as a matter of fact, I know---that this talented team has a lot of pride. It has some mouths to shut, some scores to settle, and some asses to kick. Look at the chip on that shoulder as a diamond in the rough.

This isn't like last year when people were saying much the same thing, now there are a bunch of "wounded" cats that may have been punked into a corner, but will come out with a ferocity that will ironically catch a bunch of detractors and "downgraders" off guard.

It's all about the Panthers' Pride in 2009. Watch out!


Remember that: Sometimes irritation breeds motivation.

Edited by top dawg, 21 May 2009 - 12:06 PM.


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Posted 21 May 2009 - 05:40 AM

Not this season but next we will do good thats how we roll 1 good season and bad the next sorry!

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Posted 21 May 2009 - 08:16 AM

Good post... i agree, i think the whole team is going to come out on fire. that loss has been festering for quite a while, and if the coaches know what they're doing - and they do - they'll find a way to channel that festering into chip-on-the-shoulder fire out on the field.



Not this season but next we will do good thats how we roll 1 good season and bad the next sorry!


fan fail

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Posted 21 May 2009 - 09:11 AM

the ferocity will first be felt by philly. i am not looking forward to any one thing more than that game. opening day just 15 weeks away!

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Posted 21 May 2009 - 09:51 AM

Not this season but next we will do good thats how we roll 1 good season and bad the next sorry!



Try it out sometime.


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Posted 21 May 2009 - 10:16 AM


Try it out sometime.


LoL i like that but yall cant blame me im just going by our history and you know it.

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Posted 21 May 2009 - 10:26 AM

Not this season but next we will do good thats how we roll 1 good season and bad the next sorry!

because we are slaves to our past. :lol: go to training camp and tell the players that. i would love it. tell them that it doesn't matter how much they change or try to improve, it is going to result in a bad season. i'm sure they will listen to your intelligent sentiments and appreciate you keeping them from their futile effort to have a winning season.

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Posted 21 May 2009 - 10:27 AM


Try it out sometime.


LoL i like that but i'm not really capable of it.

fixed.

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Posted 21 May 2009 - 10:29 AM

The Panthers were 12-4 last year, and notwithstanding a collective brain fart from some of the key players (on the field and on the sidelines), The Panthers would have probably played in another game or two. Now you have sports pundits, and even fans, basically setting .500 give or take a game, as the standard this coming season, despite having basically the same team (with one more year of experience under its belt, and a bad taste in its mouth[a taste that smacks of Cardinal]). One main thing that I feel a lot of people are forgetting is that sometimes irritation breeds motivation, and with that motivation comes a huge chip on the shoulder that fuels heart.

This season, in a large part, is going to show us about the true heart of the organization as it exists today. The Panthers have had to sit around for weeks thinking about how they got punked in their own house, in front of a national audience, with the big dance just (just) over the horizon.

I am thinking---as a matter of fact, I know---that this talented team has a lot of pride. It has some mouths to shut, some scores to settle, and some asses to kick. Look at the chip on that shoulder as a diamond in the rough.
This isn't like last year when people were saying much the same thing, now there are a bunch of "wounded" cats that may have been punked into a corner. but will come out with a ferocity that will ironically catch a bunch of detractors and "downgraders" off guard.


It's all about the Panthers' Pride in 2009. Watch out!


Remember that: Sometimes irritation breeds motivation.

truth has been spoken here.

#10 Jangler

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Posted 21 May 2009 - 10:32 AM

Not this season but next we will do good thats how we roll 1 good season and bad the next sorry!


So original. Did you think of that on your own?


Last year is over, I don't base this year on what happened last year. We have the talent to win as many games as last year. This upcoming season will be the Panthers best season ever!


There is enough negativity in the world as it is, why would I help spread more?

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Posted 21 May 2009 - 11:57 AM

Look i would love for them to prove me wrong but untill then im going with the facts of our teams history.Even if they play good something will happen watch i promise you injuries or something just watch.


7-9 here we come

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Posted 21 May 2009 - 12:07 PM

Every season I hear most sports writers say something like 'The Panthers will go as far as Jake takes them'. I agree. We can drag Jake to the Playoffs, but it's on his shoulders to advance and win the SB. Either he pulls an Arizona part 2, or we advance. Jake is the weakest link. If he sucks, then the chain breaks. So I say we go as far as Jake can take us.

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Posted 21 May 2009 - 12:28 PM

Every season I hear most sports writers say something like 'The Panthers will go as far as Jake takes them'. I agree. We can drag Jake to the Playoffs, but it's on his shoulders to advance and win the SB. Either he pulls an Arizona part 2, or we advance. Jake is the weakest link. If he sucks, then the chain breaks. So I say we go as far as Jake can take us.


The odds of another Arizona performance is like 1 in a million. I'm counting on it anyway.

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Posted 21 May 2009 - 01:22 PM

Look i would love for them to prove me wrong but untill then im going with the facts of our teams history.Even if they play good something will happen watch i promise you injuries or something just watch.


7-9 here we come

facts that the past dictates that what the panthers or anyone else does in the future. that we are enslaved to the past. the fact that we have no choice...the panthers destiny is screwed and written in stone.

pardon me if i don't buy your crap. i still would love for you to go to training camp and let the panthers know that history says that no matter what they do or how hard they work, they aren't going to have a winning season. i'm sure that they will appreciate it just like we all do.

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Posted 21 May 2009 - 01:25 PM

Look i would love for them to prove me wrong but untill then im going with the facts of our teams history.Even if they play good something will happen watch i promise you injuries or something just watch.


7-9 here we come


why would you even watch a game the entire season if you knew we were going to end up 7-9? it would be an exercise in futility.

ten bucks says you watch anyway.


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