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  1. 1. Do you agree this is a game that sets the tone of our season

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18. Carolina Panthers (1-2, LW: 18)
They still have a chance to have a really good season. That offer expires immediately if they can't beat Arizona coming off a bye week.

 

I agree with this statement 100%

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When you start off 0-2, you have to win these kind of games.

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It's an intra conference game, that we should win.

Gotta win the games ya should win.

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The door is wide open in the NFC.  Another conference win and a .500 record would set this team on the right path.  Can RR keep this group of professionals focused and on task with all the distractions of a road game?  We will see.  We are a good team.  THe question is...will we play like it or will mental lapses and poor game management strike again?

 

Do we need a 17 point lead in order to put a game away?  Let's hope not.

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It's an inter conference game, that we should win.

Gotta win the games ya should win.

Arizona is in the NFC too m8

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Arizona is in the NFC too m8

 

err... that's what he said

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We have to win the games against these type of teams to have any hope of making the playoffs.

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err... that's what he said

 

err... no it's not.

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