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2012 Panthers Defense Highlight Video

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Enjoy! Offense one tommorow!

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I've been waiting! When is that Cam Newton/Steve Smith highlight video coming out?

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Great video!!! I was waiting the whole time for the hit Hardy made on Palmer

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I want one Kuechly only...but that was badass.

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Wow was that a Fua sighting at the very end? That's one person I'd never expect to even be in a single FRAME of a defensive highlight video...

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I want one Kuechly only...but that was badass.

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I gotsta know...what music is that?

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What do you use to capture and edit? I have rewind and windows movie maker but I need to crop out all the stuff at the bottom and top.

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That was awesome, one of your best videos. Great job.

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