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Are the Panthers better or worse off this year, opposed to last year at this time?

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  1. 1. are the better or worse off?

    • better
      24
    • worse
      10
    • same
      6
    • too early to tell
      13

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Just wondering you thoughts.... :thumbsd:

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Gettleman > Hurney

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I think we are better, but I would want to see what the team looks like after the draft, it would give me a better idea of where we are heading.

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aside from gettleman i don't see us being any better.

the sky isn't falling but its also not the limit.

we might pull off one more win to get to 8-8. but hey, thats trending upward so yay i guess.

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I think we're the same. We have an unknown at GM. We have a lame duck coach. Our offensive system is going to change at least somewhat. We're still lacking a true heir apparent to Smitty, we have no second TE, and we're facing the same DT problem we've faced since the Super Bowl years.

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Same. We are always the same. Outside of two pathetic seasons our franchise is the same.

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Cam is better. That will help a lot.

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