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I Always Thought The Panthers Should Build A Dome

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panthers should cut everyone and build a dome.. thank god we are reverting back to isolationism, it's about damn time...

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The offseason is dark and full of terrors.

But verily I say even in the long Winter known as "the offseason" we stand in the light of The Prince That Was Promised: Cam Newton.

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I agree but dunno about the SB. Those teams worked their asses off and probably played some games in poor weather down the stretch. Wasn't that Den/Bal game like 13 degrees at KO?

It's the Super Bowl they've earned the right to eliminate the weather

I disagree.

Football, including the Superbowl should always be played outdoors.

Don't worry, there are enough whiners to keep the Superbowl sheltered from the elements.

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Seems we'll have to build a dome eventually to support the black lights that will shine down on the black turf whilst black metal introduces the Panthers wearing all black uni's.

This is a dream of mine.

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A dome would likely be the last straw for me. I can't stand any dome teams. Fall is the most beautiful weather in the Carolinas, so lets go inside to watch football. That's lame.

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I disagree.

Football, including the Superbowl should always be played outdoors.

Don't worry, there are enough whiners to keep the Superbowl sheltered from the elements.

Yea in warm weather, if it rains... it rains

But snow in the SB would be the worst SB ever. Lord forbid its NE and a west coast team. For fans to complain a whole lot about Goodell really help him try to run the NFL into the ground

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we should just exclusively play in domes

just put a dome on every stadium

it's too cold for that poo

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A dome? Seriously?

Do you ever want to win a playoff game?

I remember seeing Brees stats in a dome and outside in a stat comparison. It was mind blowing.

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