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Panthers schedule next year looks mighty tasty

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Yeah, out of division games are going to be huge next year. We have to do well there, because as previously said, the NFCS could be scary next year. If the Saints get Payton back, Tampa and Carolina keeps making strides, and the Falcons are gay, it could set up a great division.

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If we get the Bears at Soioder field again, I will flip. What determines what NFC north team we get?

The team that has the same division ranking- i.e. if the Bears finish 2nd in the NFC North, and we finsh 2nd in the NCF South, we will play them.

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We play in SF?!?!?!?

See you in hell motherfugers!!!!!!!!!

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9ers, Seahawks, pats, our division, NFC north and NFC east team. Dont be too happy

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Even though teams quality go up and down each year I don't see how this can be a easy schedule for us. All those teams are better then us right now. What is stopping them from being better next year? The Panthers have some work to do because if we play the right combination in the beginning of the season and we don't play well things could get really ugly fast.

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So I wonder if the winner Alex Smith will still be a Niner when we play them next year. I would love for our D to wave at him on the bench.

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Our problem this year wasn't our schedule...

It wasn't our only issue but our schedule was hard as hell this year.

This site says this every year. "Our schedule looks easy next year." Alas, it turns out to be difficult. It's hard to predict who'll be good and who won't. As of now, we just need to worry about this team improving and hoping they get the job done next year regardless of the opponent.

And when you play in the NFC South, your schedule will never be easy.

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It wasn't our only issue but our schedule was hard as hell this year.

This site says this every year. "Our schedule looks easy next year." Alas, it turns out to be difficult. It's hard to predict who'll be good and who won't. As of now, we just need to worry about this team improving and hoping they get the job done next year regardless of the opponent.

And when you play in the NFC South, your schedule will never be easy.

And you're poting response directly to me, instead of the thread creator, because I said that our schedule wasn't our problem?

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