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panthers04100

Lol Tampa bay fans

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Looks it to me.

And I don't care either way.

Just looking forward to blowing a few hundred on December 9th watching us get our ass beat by the Falcons in front of 12k Panthers fans and 20k Falcons fans.

So 32,000 fans? We have some delusional fans

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Reminds me of last week when our stadium was full of empty seats usually reserved for fans of the other team.

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Anyone notice that good things happen when you give your qb time and a check down with this game.

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You guys are idiots it's not even close to full

It's also Thanksgiving weekend when half of America is travelling

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I get this thread! Took me a second. The OP needs to talk "trash" to make himself feel better about our lousy season.

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Man, we need a Vincent Jackson type receiver. Tampa is going to be good for years to come.

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I do wish we had a receiver like Vincent Jackson and a running back like Doug Martin though

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I wish we had a new coaching staff and didnt have Hurney all those years. FML

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