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PantherTrain84

Cant we please just get blown out like bad teams do?

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Why don't you just go watch the 2010 season on DVD during the current games if that's what you want to see?

there was no 2010 season. my therapist says so!

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If we can keep them close, I feel it will do better for the emotions of the players that are still here and vested to WIN. Getting blown out constantly will leave an extremely sour taste not only in the fans mouth, but the players as well, and become discouraged even before next season starts.

If they can SEE there is something here to build on, they will continue to want to get better.

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I'm sure the Falcons will do their best to keep you guys in the game on Sunday.

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Constant heatbreak, I think to myself we might just win this one...and then 30 minutes later I'm in the corner of the room with my head in my heads just thinking about we let another slip away

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Well Cam is already one of the best players in the league (Don't hate, he is.) so it's hard not to have close games like that.

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Agreed to many panthers on my fantasy roster! Lol,

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Or maybe we can just get blown.

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We are the best worst team in the league

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Part of me is glad we lost to KC... Because if we both end up with the same record, they win the tie breaker which gives us a better draft pick..

i dont think draft order ties are based on head to head but rather SoS

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The Panthers are great at almost winning games and my Falcons are great at almost losing them. It would be nice to blow you guys out, but it won't happen. We'll be in for another stressfull heart-attack inducing game that's decided in the fourth quarter like always. lol.

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