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WSOC-TV to Broadcast the Pats-Panthers MNF Game in the Charlotte Market...but wait..it gets better

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^ Definitely Grits.

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Well on the bright side, we still won't have to watch Bob the third.

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I live in Yorktown Virginia for the pass 5 years and they show all 4 Panthers preseason games plus the Panthers Huddle all season long.

Live in VA Beach, I can confirm this. Nice getting to see the preseason games & the Huddle show while living in Redskins area....

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When I went to visit my stepson in Va. Beach right before h got out of the Navy @ 6 years ago we went to the biggest sports bar we could find and had to settle for one tiny screen with another table or Panthers fans. And we lost, so I hate you Va. Beach.

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so i guess creep59 isn't pretending that he's not grits anymore

He's probably drunk off Natural Light and trolling the ESPN comments section somewhere as we speak.

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