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Refs played the sympathy card today - Fix was in from the start - NFL officially saves face.

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C'mon man.

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Didn't watch one play but I assume nobody played defense? Knew this game would be trash. The NFL and their "feel good win" is much too predictable and vomit worthy.

No way in hell this team loses a game on a day when Cam throws 3 TD's and 0 interceptions.....unless....it was meant to be. This is the first and only time this season the Chiefs offense scored 27 points in regulation.

Oh well, I'll take a higher draft pick.

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Didn't watch one play but I assume nobody played defense? Knew this game would be trash. The NFL and their "feel good win" is much too predictable and vomit worthy.

No way in hell this team loses a game on a day when Cam throws 3 TD's and 0 interceptions.....unless....it was meant to be. This is the first and only time this season the Chiefs offense scored 27 points in regulation.

Oh well, I'll take a higher draft pick.

I agree its very fishy and im not a big conspiracy person but the poo that happened to today has made me doubt some of the stuff i've heard about the NFL.

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The Panthers are barely a good enough team to get wins when they make the mistakes that they make. With the pretty obvious no call mandate for KC today they had no chance. The only reason KC had 1 penalty called on them today is that you can't hide it when the play count hits zero.

I was screaming at my house about the lack of urgency (coaching) on this team. Down by 10 and you're not snapping the ball until the play clock is under 5 seconds? They even had to take a (very precious as it turned out) time out to avoid a delay of game in the second half. If you wander back to the huddle and mill around before calling plays you will run out of time at the end of the game!

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... Every so often, a man looks at what his fellow fans are saying & suddenly feels the need to poo... this... is one of those times.

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No excuse. The Panthers are that bad. That Eagles game was fools gold.

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People will stoop to unreal lows to make excuses for our players not being good enough to win.

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The 1-10 chiefs, with the nagging thought of someone committing suicide in your presence, played mistake free football(delay of game the exception)

The panthers suck but that isn't a coincidence I hate to break it to you

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CJ, Hardy, Thomas, and the rest of the defense cost us this game. Anything else is just people being retarded.

(this is not including the givens such as Rivera being one of the worst coaches in NFL history, we know that already)

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You don't have the record they have without mistakes and lack of discipline being embedded in your team DNA. We suck, but we also got severely jobbed today.

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