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panther4life

I can't wait to see the Rivera presser

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If he tries to pin this loss on anyone but himself, I will go ballistic.

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I'm expecting him to blame it on the players as usual. It's never his fault.

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I hope we never even see the presser and Rivera is told not to return to Charlotte with the team.

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"well this is a tough one, but our guys fought hard and as we always say, the most important game is next week, so we're going to move on to the giants."

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I hope we never even see the presser and Rivera is told not to return to Charlotte with the team.

That would be better.

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If he tries to pin this loss on anyone but himself, I will go ballistic.

 

you know he will. that's what he does...deflect blame.

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