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Great timing with the thread, me and 3 of my friends had committed to see this as our one away game next season. Q. Do you think many of the RR crowd will be lower level snobs like me/us? ....Please take that in light hearted jest as intended ;)

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Great timing with the thread, me and 3 of my friends had committed to see this as our one away game next season. Q. Do you think many of the RR crowd will be lower level snobs like me/us? ....Please take that in light hearted jest as intended ;)

I think about 25% will be (me included). I released the details last Friday and had 14 sign up and pay already (most wait for the schedule to come out) and 6 of those 14 want lower level. So yes, there will be a solid number for lowers.

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Great timing with the thread, me and 3 of my friends had committed to see this as our one away game next season. Q. Do you think many of the RR crowd will be lower level snobs like me/us? ....Please take that in light hearted jest as intended ;)

I think about 25% will be (me included). I released the details last Friday and had 14 sign up and pay already (most wait for the schedule to come out) and 6 of those 14 want lower level. So yes, there will be a solid number for lowers.

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Great timing with the thread, me and 3 of my friends had committed to see this as our one away game next season. Q. Do you think many of the RR crowd will be lower level snobs like me/us? ....Please take that in light hearted jest as intended ;)

I think about 25% will be (me included). I released the details last Friday and had 14 sign up and pay already (most wait for the schedule to come out) and 6 of those 14 want lower level. So yes, there will be a solid number for lowers.

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Sorry for the reposts...my phone is screwy at this bar

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Fox coming back to Charlotte two years removed is a much better story than six years later. Who would care after six years?

But...if they were doing it for a story then why wouldn't it be a prime time game?

Good question. I actually e-mailed the NFL about this when the schedules came out because I had been looking forward to seeing the Panthers in Denver. Two e-mails sent, zero replies. The coaches thing makes more sense than anything I have heard thus far, but agree on the prime time question. Honestly though, why would people outside of those teams care about Fox/Rivera returns. It is not like Tony Dungy returning to Tampa.

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Question: This has been bugging me but how do you post pics? Is there a code?

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Question: This has been bugging me but how do you post pics? Is there a code?

Yes there is a code, see below for an example.

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Yes there is a code, see below for an example.

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Ahhhh, ok. SHH uses the identical code for pics and gifs too.

Thanks.

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Good question. I actually e-mailed the NFL about this when the schedules came out because I had been looking forward to seeing the Panthers in Denver. Two e-mails sent, zero replies. The coaches thing makes more sense than anything I have heard thus far, but agree on the prime time question. Honestly though, why would people outside of those teams care about Fox/Rivera returns. It is not like Tony Dungy returning to Tampa.

Beginning in 2010, a change was made to how teams are paired in the schedule rotation to ensure that teams playing the AFC and NFC West divisions would not be required to make two west coast trips (e.g. at San Francisco and at Seattle), while other teams in their division had none (e.g. at St. Louis and at Arizona).

This is all I got lol. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/12/31/2013-opponents-determined-for-every-nfl-team/

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Beginning in 2010, a change was made to how teams are paired in the schedule rotation to ensure that teams playing the AFC and NFC West divisions would not be required to make two west coast trips (e.g. at San Francisco and at Seattle), while other teams in their division had none (e.g. at St. Louis and at Arizona).

This is all I got lol. http://profootballta...every-nfl-team/

Nice info! Now that we have that solved.....back to this being the only time the Panthers play in Miami for the next 8 years ;)

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Beginning in 2010, a change was made to how teams are paired in the schedule rotation to ensure that teams playing the AFC and NFC West divisions would not be required to make two west coast trips (e.g. at San Francisco and at Seattle), while other teams in their division had none (e.g. at St. Louis and at Arizona).

This is all I got lol. http://profootballta...every-nfl-team/

I am thinking it was a Tampa thing and not a Carolina thing. Tampa would have played @SD and @OAK, but instead they played @DEN and @OAK, so I got screwed.

Thanks for the info though, I should be good in '16 assuming I am still here!

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