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2012 Panthers, What if.........

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This past weekend my Buds and I were sitting around drinking Red Bull when I posed this question.

What if the Panthers had Peyton Manning as QB this past season?

We already know that Peyton make ordinary players look great and great players look extraordinary. (He did it at Tennessee, at Indy and now at Denver.)

So automatically, you can count any loss under 10 points by the Panthers as victories! Rivera would have been mentioned as a Coach of the Year candidate! Steve Smith would have been a Pro Bowl lock and possibly MVP! The Panthers would have won the NFC South Title and not the Falcons!

2012 Panther Record with Peyton Manning as QB. 12-4 possibly 14-2!

2012 NFC South CHAMPS!

Playoffs:

2012 1st round Playoff Bye

Probably would have faced the 49ers here!

Good chance they'd would have defeated the 49er's

Probably would have faced the Packers or Seattle here for NFC Championship Game!

2012 Super Bowl Champs!

Doesn't one of the computer football games allow you to substitute players in it and play games? It would be interesting to see who the 2012 season with this scenario!

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Man there really is nothing else to talk about is there...

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Screw that mongoloid looking waterhead. He can rot in Denver.

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Screw that mongoloid looking waterhead. He can rot in Denver.

Wow, mongoloid and waterhead. Way to go all out.

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Denver was a play off team with The Golden Calf of Bristol the year before Manning got there (and he did not take them to the super bowl).

Just saying...

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The immobile statue known as Peyton Manning would have been on IR by week 5 behind our offensive line.

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