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Your reaction when deangelo fumbled the ball?

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I knew the game was over. All of us have seen it happen too many times to think otherwise

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I accidentally kicked the lady sitting in front of me, then apologized profusely. 

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There is a song by the Talking Heads called 'Once in a Lifetime'. One of the choruses in the song features the following lyrics:

 

'Same as it ever was'

 

And that sums up my feeling on the game today. An offense that produced 7 points. A defense that couldn't get stops late in the game. Costly late game turnovers.

 

We've all seen this before. All that's left now is a 2-8 start, a flurry of meaningless wins late in the year and another round of forum posts about how excellent and bright the future of the Carolina Panthers is.

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After so many similar loses I'm numb to this kind of situations, so I was like oh there it goes NOW this is a Panthers game.

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oh no huddle servers are going to crash. But they didn't. Zod paying the squirrels overtime.

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