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Highlandfire

I would like to Apologize.

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I feel I have been way overboard in my stance on our QB and I want to apologize for that. I look forward to hopefully having some good conversation on how we can get this team turned around and get back to a Superbowl and win it this time.

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Apologizing about your behavior on an Interwerbz forum. Wow. 21st Century is serious business.

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Apologizing about your behavior on an Interwerbz forum. Wow. 21st Century is serious business.

I figure its the right thing to do. Sure I have an opinion but being over the top and such really doesn't add to the board and it doesn't help with a frustrated atmosphere with how the team is struggling right now.

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The OP is a fairweather fan.

Lets see, been here since the team was awarded to Richardson. Was here as Frank Reich started at QB, Sam Mills at LB, Pete Metz at TE and Don Beebe at WR and I have been here ever since.

I still wear my Panthers gear with pride in public and request them every Sunday At Buffalo Wild wings just like I did today AND I have never lived in Carolina.

Please explain how I am a fair weather fan?

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GTFO

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I know this is not the kind of posts Zod wants but..... lol

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