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Panthers Number 5 In NFL Highest Winning Percentage Playoff Teams

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Next year is our year

how long we been saying that?

kind of like predicting the end of the world. eventually someone might be right.

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Actually we're historically more of a 7-9 8-8 9-7 team, which is the definition of mediocrity

Actually we've never been 9-7.

And people asking for the source... We were 6-2 postseason at one point (a .750 winning pct - in first place by a huge margin). We've lost our last two postseason games. I'll break it down for you:

1996: beat cowboys, lost to packers

2003: beat cowboys, rams, eagles; lost to patriots

2005: beat giants, bears, lost to seahawks

2008: lost to cardinals.

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Actually we've never been 9-7.

And people asking for the source... We were 6-2 postseason at one point (a .750 winning pct - in first place by a huge margin). We've lost our last two postseason games. I'll break it down for you:

1996: beat cowboys, lost to packers

2003: beat cowboys, rams, eagles; lost to patriots

2005: beat giants, bears, lost to seahawks

2008: lost to cardinals.

The wording "Most Winning" in the title was confusing. I thought "most winning" meant "won the most number of games" not "won the highest percentage of games." So when I asked for a source, I was thinking both the Giants and Patriots off the top of my head have a higher number of wins than the Panthers and should therefore be ranked higher.

All clear now?

Edit: spelling

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Just tells me that when we get into the playoffs, we can hold our own.

But getting to the playoffs is a completely different animal. One has to come before the other.

It's a moot point, otherwise.

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Percentages... lol. What'd be funny is if a team who has never been to the Playoffs won their first game, then the world exploded. At 1-0, they'd lead the list!!!!! :derp:

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One thing that helped that is the strength given to us as a new Franchise. We were able to compete out of the gate which was historically not the case for other expansion teams. All those teams stunk for a long time after forming.

I wonder what the list would look like if we did 1995 and subsequent.

The NFCS is one of the toughest divisions now obv.

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When we are good, we are really good. When we are not really good, we are below average. Not much gray area. Problem is that we are "below average" much more often than we are "really good".

Actually we are more or less average than anything else.

lots of 7-9, 8-8 records.

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