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Dpantherman

Most 2nd half collapses in the NFL over the past 2 seasons

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You can't spell Loss without an LOL.

(Well you can but you get the picture)

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This totally debunks my argument that missing Shockey's "competitive fire" is why we are doing so poorly compared to our epic campaign last season.

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I don't imagine the Browns have had too many leads period, much less late in the game. Don't know any facts, just an assumption.

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Which means we're not the worst at winning, we're the best at losing.

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Yeah I'm pretty much any other fan base would be suicidal if this happened to them as often as it happens to us.

We be numb in Charlotte.

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I just felt this poo coming at the Tampa game... it's bad when you just know some poo like this is likely to happen when you're up by 11 points with what, like 4 minutes left? Fans around me started to leave confident that the Panthers were going to pull out a W, and truthfully I think I blocked out most of the last few minutes of that game. People were talking about how we had the game in the bag, and all I could think about was, "Yeah, you must not have been paying much attention to the Panthers lately..."

Haha, it really is a weird feeling when you go into every game just expecting to somehow find a way to give it away at the end.

Oh well, there's always next season I guess...

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We should definitely consider retaining Ron Rivera.

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offense and defense needs to play better late in games......

and kickers need to make kicks when called apon.

it's a team game.

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