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When's the last time you have been this low after a loss

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I didn't feel low at all afterwards because everyone I was watching it with (including myself) knew they'd lose. Less than a minute, needing to drive the length of the field with no timeouts, AND get the 2-point conversion, AND score a TD on the first possession of overtime? It's the Panthers, of course that was going to happen. I got angry after the Falcons game, but after this one I just busted out laughing, grabbed another beer, and changed the channel. I've emotionally checked out for this season.

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9/9/12

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I actually left my house yesterday during the game, and had no intention of watching the rest of the game at all. Unfurtunately, the game was also on TV at my destination.

I am numb.

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I think the high expectations some of us had makes this season feel worse than the previous 2.

I was thinking 8-8, I thought I was being conservative. No way would I have thought we would be not only worse than last year, but significantly worse.

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Kerry Collins running backwards and throwing the ball over his shoulder to avoid a sack.

Superbowl kickoff out of bounds.

Wondering week after week who continued to keep Delhomme in.

1 and 15.

The 6 yard punt this year.

Wide right yesterday on a kick my youngest Son could make.

Our special teams just aren't special.

Erratic play calling.

No adjustment to DE blitzes we can see in the upper deck.

At 6 minutes to go yesterday I stood up and yelled nobody leave,.............this game ain't over yet.

I own 6 PSL's.

We go to every home game and some travel games.

I worked on Stadium design from 1990.

This is my team.

I have never felt this low.

When 30% or more of the fans that show up are in the other teams colors, every game.

When it seems half the Stadium is empty in the 1st and 4th quarter.

When every game is a sellout, because we have to buy tickets per PSL agreement, where is the accountability?

We can produce substandard results and the business thrives.

Our coaches and players are superb athletes, but the chemistry is missing.

The other team seems to be in our huddle.

When a player can flop and get a flag,................with seconds to go like yesterday.

Personally I feel the "New Rules", voted on by Ownership have ruined the game.

Other businesses producing a product this bad go out of business.

But the PSL's and TV rights isolate our ownership from that.

I guess we fire the coach.

But this problem starts at the top, way above the coach.

This a systemic issue from the top down.

I am seriously considering just walking away from PSL's and finding some other way to waste my time and emotions.

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i'm being 100% serious when i say that the micro font helps better exemplify the pain of the things you described in your post cf164

i gave the fox regime one last chance after the cardinals blowout. opening day 2009 was the bellwether that led me to the belief that this franchise wasn't going to be good for the forseeable future.

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Lowest ever (in no order): 2005 loss to Dallas, 2002 loss to Dallas, 2001 loss to Buffalo, 2001 loss to New Orleans, 2005 NFCCG loss to Seattle, 2008 NFCD loss to Arizona, 2006 loss to Philadelphia, this year's loss to Atlanta, this year's loss to Seattle, this year's loss to Tampa Bay part 2

Anybody remember all these?

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yeah i remember all of them.

the dallas game was killer. we were on the road to my parents' house for christmas listening to the game on the radio when mixon yelled "no good!" on the field goal attempt. we erupted. the panthers are going to the playoffs! we can win the NFC south next week! we beat the fuging poo-ass dallas cowgirls! the perfect cap for an afternoon of frustration where questionable call after questionable call was handing dallas the game.

then they started talking about a flag.

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Falcons game, easily.

They were very similar games

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yeah i remember all of them.

the dallas game was killer. we were on the road to my parents' house for christmas listening to the game on the radio when mixon yelled "no good!" on the field goal attempt. we erupted. the panthers are going to the playoffs! we can win the NFC south next week!

then they started talking about a flag.

It was insanely miserable. Also I'd like to add the 2010 loss to the Browns and 2001 to Redskins.

For those of you new to the Panthers, and why in the name of God would you be, for that matter, here's a quick recap of those painful losses:

2005 vs Dallas: blocked field goal wins the game, then refs say it wasn't blocked, give Dallas another chance, we lose.

2002 vs Dallas: deflect a pass in the last minute to a Dallas WR for a TD, we lose.

2001 vs Buffalo: we blow a 24-6 lead and lose 25-24. Very, very similar to yesterday's game.

2001 vs Washington: we throw just enough pick sixes to negate what should've been an easy win.

2001 vs New Orleans: just make one tackle and we win. Ricky Williams breaks tackles. We lose.

2010 vs Cleveland: this was going to be our one bright spot. Last-minute 75-yard drive. Kasay shanks a field goal off the upright. We lose.

2006 vs Philly: Game-losing interception on PHI 1 yard line when Keyshawn decides to quit running routes.

The playoff losses, don't even feel like rehashing.

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Falcons game, easily.

They were very similar games

We still had a small amount of hope after that game though. Now we have no hope at all

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It was insanely miserable. Also I'd like to add the 2010 loss to the Browns and 2001 to Redskins.

For those of you new to the Panthers, and why in the name of God would you be, for that matter, here's a quick recap of those painful losses:

2005 vs Dallas: blocked field goal wins the game, then refs say it wasn't blocked, give Dallas another chance, we lose.

2002 vs Dallas: deflect a pass in the last minute to a Dallas WR for a TD, we lose.

2001 vs Buffalo: we blow a 24-6 lead and lose 25-24. Very, very similar to yesterday's game.

2001 vs Washington: we throw just enough pick sixes to negate what should've been an easy win.

2001 vs New Orleans: just make one tackle and we win. Ricky Williams breaks tackles. We lose.

2010 vs Cleveland: this was going to be our one bright spot. Last-minute 75-yard drive. Kasay shanks a field goal off the upright. We lose.

2006 vs Philly: Game-losing interception on PHI 1 yard line when Keyshawn decides to quit running routes.

The playoff losses, don't even feel like rehashing.

Oh my god i forgot about that 2006 philly game that one hurt, also you forgot about the 2004 game at atlanta that one was the definition of heartbreaking.

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