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Opening game history for the panthers

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The panthers are 6 out of 19 on their opening games since 1995.. by the same comparison the jacksonville jaguars are 11 out of 19..

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2003 and 2008 are the only ones worth remembering.

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But hey we did win our first one in '01 too. That turned out great.

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This is a playoff team. we will be 2-2 or 3-1 by the bye week.

 

bookmark what i just said.

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Between this statistic and all those lost coin tosses in a row last year, it really makes you wonder.

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Between this statistic and all those lost coin tosses in a row last year, it really makes you wonder.

 

Sure does

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This is a playoff team. we will be 2-2 or 3-1 by the bye week.

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Bookmarked. Considering we only have three games before the bye, I'm calling ur statement a statistical impossibility.

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Bookmarked. Considering we only have three games before the bye, I'm calling ur statement a statistical impossibility.

 

ha

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This is a playoff team. we will be 2-2 or 3-1 by the bye week.

 

bookmark what i just said.

 

We play just 3 games before the bye. I dunno if I can trust u now...

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