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panthersphan

The Panthers need a nickname

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"Cardiac Cats" has been around for a while (and is sadly appropriate).

I feel like having a heart attack when I watch them.What is not appropriate?

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We aren't known as a city for anything nationally other that banking and corporate headquarters. So it would be hard to nickname ourselves. It takes history to develop that kind of thing. Eg: motor city kitties, Bronx bombers, dirty birds, G-men, etc. we can't give ourselves a name.

Agreed.

why can't people understand this?

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Um, I think we are commonly known as the "Panthers" around the league...

Damn, its amazing what a W will do to our fan base mentality when we have a grain of success. Dude is trying to start a movement for a 4 win team... smh

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The only people I know that have nicknames for their nickname are from New Jersey.

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