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Fans were great today

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Good job out there guys the fans were amazing today. Made a lot of noise and made it nearly impossible for the bucs to hear on offense on those final two drives. We have some of the best fans in the nfl I'm proud to call myself a panthers fan with you guys. I dunno how the bucs won cause we sure did our part!

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Looked like an empty stadium on tv.

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Stopped at "we have some of the best fans".

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I was forced to listen online and not watch. I could hear the crowd. That's all I can say about it though.

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What fans? The place looked fairly light when the game started and by the time the Panthers were getting ready to blow a two possession game, it was nearly empty. The only time the TV even zoomed in on the crowd they showed the same 4 Bucs fans...twice....

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best fans in the league, we wave our Vic Cards with pep and gusto!

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You mean all 412 fans that showed up? Pretty sure most of them are just there for the tailgating anyways.

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Is this a sarcasm thread? Half of the crowd left before the bucs had their game tying drive. Yeah.. Great crowd. Wtf are you talking about?

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