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TruCatzFan

I Sincerely Hope and Pray...

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That our FO is advising Cam and the rest of our players to refrain from show boating at all during this game. No first down celebrations, and no TD celebrations.

Today's incidents are horrid, but I don't want our players to make it worse by show boating on a grieving city and Team. I don't agree with what the guy did nor do I condone it whatsoever. This isn't about him... It's about those hurt by his actions. It doesn't change the fact that lives were forever changed today.

I hope that this Organization stays as classy as possible throughout the game... I fear that if they don't, reputations will surely be ruined... It's not classy or respectful to celebrate even in the field when things like this happen, and like I said, I hope this Organization has more class than to do such things.

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This is the one time I wouldn't want cam doing his super man pose and all the other celebrations they do. I think it would make our team look like world class dicks. I mean it's not like the media needs more material to burn Cam with. No need to add fuel.

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I do too. But after my post all you will see are classless comments.

Carolina huddle logic: someone dies, who gives a fug I want my three hours of shitty team entertainment.

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if we have players who have to be TOLD this.....

Common sense isn't common.

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Totally agree that we shouldn't be involved in any showboating. Now if KC does it (which is HIGHLY doubtful) then its fair game. I see this being a very somber game.

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Agree - give the effort, but hold off on the tap dancing.

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Shouldn't even have to play tomorrow..

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