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#51 coralreefer_1

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Posted 27 November 2012 - 07:04 AM

I'll beat my chest about this one,,,because regardless of how close it ended up being, or how we could have done SO much better if certain plays happened, at the end of the day..it was the EAGLES

And god I hate that team..ever since that Championship game years ago after which I read in the News/Observer that some Philly dike was pissed that they were losing, and decided to make up some lie about the Panthers fans around her assaulted her, causing them to get thrown in the stadium jail.

I dont care how bad they are, or how bad we are...we beat the fuggin Eagles and for me personally that is almost as good as the Superbowl itself.

Fug the Eagles! Spit on that team and their fat, dirty fanbase! I dislike them more than the Falcons or Saints***

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Posted 27 November 2012 - 08:06 AM

"we won the game! I'm so Pissed!!!!!"""""

ugh.

the panthers got the job done...finally. they beat a team they should have beaten. it wasn't pretty, but it's a win. that's what everyone is happy about.

i wish fans that didn't like the team would just do the logical and rational thing and go find a team that more meets their "standards". i can't for the life of me understand why someone would ever go through the hassle of being a fan of a team that they hated. it's not like you have to be a fan or anything. no one's making you. you aren't contractually obligated. just find another team that you won't have to bitch about.

#53 jarhead

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Posted 27 November 2012 - 08:09 AM

Its better than losing but yea it was not a game where that leaves you thinking we have crossed the threshold.

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Posted 27 November 2012 - 08:31 AM

The only consistency on this team is that the ST really, really, really suck.

ST Coach Sucks
ST Scheme Sucks
Punter Sucks

And, Gano should be left in Philly. A PAT....a fuging PAT. Inexcusable.


no kidding. Our ST personnel is atrocious. They can't block, tackle, or kick

#55 rayzor

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Posted 27 November 2012 - 08:44 AM

Its better than losing but yea it was not a game where that leaves you thinking we have crossed the threshold.

it was ugly and i think we actually played better in some of the losses, but they finished and that is the thing i am most happy about. that was the threshold they crossed. they kept on until the end and didn't give up or get soft(er). they did their job to the end.

it doesn't matter who it was that they were playing because in all but two games this year and a couple games last year it never really mattered who they were playing because they took the lead showed that they were at least capable of winning, even if they didn't. they were taking the lead into the 3rd or 4th quarter and a few times into the last few minutes.

we know (at least most of us know) that this team is talented enough to win most games they've played because they've had the lead late in most games. they just haven't figured out how to close.

all teams have ugly wins. all teams play horribly from time to time. look at the giants for the past few weeks before they tore up the packers last sunday...they were playing badly. this week they remembered how to win. the panthers are just learning how to do it and any time they can do it i feel like they are closer to being able to do that consistently.

once this team figures out how to win games, i don't think they're going to stop. hopefully the next coaching staff will be able to help them figure it out.

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Posted 27 November 2012 - 08:47 AM

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#57 TopCat

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Posted 27 November 2012 - 08:53 AM

definitely... we still don't have a legit win in the last two years. we've blown them all...

Hey we beat the bob and the redskins

#58 I Mean He Was Found Guilty

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Posted 27 November 2012 - 09:02 AM

right now any small victory will do. this win is important as closing games has been far and away our biggest problem in the rivera era.

from the players' standpoint, i mean. i doubt this game saved rivera's job.

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Posted 27 November 2012 - 09:08 AM

This season has become meaningless to me. I think Id rather tank the rest of the season, wind up with a top 2 or 3 pick and say good bye to Rivera and company for sure. if we wind up 6-10 or even 5 - 11 IMO we are destined for several more years of mediocrity. My only hope is to start over.

#60 JohnHod

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Posted 27 November 2012 - 09:29 AM

Why does WCNC get so excited over a scrub win and stay on the air way past midnight and yap about the measly win? Are they mocking the Panthers on the win or are they that stupid?


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