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Panthers defensive rank after week 15

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#25 Who Said What?

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Posted 17 December 2012 - 01:08 PM

This is cumulative season long stat right? Are you trying to say we have played nobodies all season??

Even though our records don't reflect it I think the NFC South is among the best divisions in the NFL. Maybe I am a homer, but getting a win against Tampa, ATL, or NO is an achievement and none are a gimme.

Then throw in this brutal non-divisional games,

SEA, Den, Dallas, NYG, Redskins, Chicago.

Looking at our schedule we only have played maybe three bad teams. KC (how the fug did we lose to those ass clowns), Philly, and San Diego. We have one more scrubby team left, OAK.

So 12 of our 16 games were against what I would consider quality opponents.

Now compare that to the Colts 9 wins

GB- good win, good team, but at home, after BYE
Minny- quality win
Cleveland- terrible
Tennessee x 2- terrible
Miami- terrible
Jacksonville- terrible
Buffalo- terrible
Detroit- not a good team this year

Not to mention they have losses to terrible teams like the Jets and the Jags.

They also have another game with KC on their schedule.

I am not faulting the Cotls they have to play the teams that are scheduled, but hotdamn who do you have to give a hand job to to get a schedule like that.

Yeah, that is why I get tired of snitches acting like Nostradamus because they said the Colts were going to make the playoffs. I was like if they are competent at all, they will make the playoffs because that weak ass division. If that is the base for your schedule every year, you always have a chance. We have the most competetive division in football. You have to come out swinging.