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Dearest Ron Rivera,

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Agreed.

I'm so excited for this game, I hope the team is really fired up for this one because it's gonna take an almost perfect game.

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Im not worried about Foxy, imo he is just there for the ride...#18 is the real leader of that team that Im worried about the most.

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John Fox is gonna roll in here and I can promise you he wants to drop 60 points on the Panthers out of pure spite.

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Dear God. If Denver beats us or even worse blows us up big time, Rivera may be fired that night.

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Dear God. If Denver beats us or even worse blows us up big time, Rivera may be fired that night.

Cut him at the half

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Dear God. If Denver beats us or even worse blows us up big time, Rivera may be fired that night.

Lots of Panther fans are going to be in reality check mode a week from today.

Don't get me wrong, I loved the win yesterday but we beat a bad team and we have a legitimate SB contender and Peyton Manning rolling in here next week. Oh, and I almost forgot, a former coach who probably wants to score as many points as possible out of spite.

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