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ESPN Hates the Panthers

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They always go to commercial breaks during our picks. Therefor, ESPN hates the Panthers.

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Just noticed this too. fug them. Lets win games and force them to watch us

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well, we are small market, it's been a while since a winning season. it's on us to make ourselves interesting.

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It's not just espn. NFL net did it round one as well.

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NFLN did the same thing thursday and its frustrating but true. They talk about the the previous teams draft pick and how it will help them until its our pick and then they go to commercial. They come back announce our pick and immediately start talking about the next team picking and their needs.

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How many threads do we need to establish the same facts regarding our team and the media?

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going by that logic ESPN loves us since commercials are placed at the peak of viewership

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Go on, play commercials, you think the world cares that we draft Edmund Kugbila? When we make earth shattering moves like this, it is no wonder were ignored

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