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Panthers in London would be real nice and i will gladly leave my hole to invade the Brits!

London is close enough from Paris, with the Eurostar i can travel from Paris to London (135 minutes), watch the game and move back to Paris the same day.

Belgianfan, you should be a litle closer & Osd22 may have to walk a litle more ^^

 

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Living in England I would obviously love it if the Panthers did come over but I do think it's crazy, how when there are only 8 home games a season, for the fans to actually lose a home game. It seems pretty unfair to me.

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Coming over to watch a game September this year for my 30th birthday! I'd choose that over going to london because it's just not the same as stepping foot in BOA and mixing with the heart and soul of the carolina panthers, the fans!. It would be nice to have a game on my doorstep but i would rather watch the panthers on tv than go watch the cowgirls or jags on a Sunday just to say I've been to a football game, I love the nfl but my teams the panthers id feel a little disloyal watching another team hence saving money to come over and watch a few games later in the year which I'm going to make a regular thing (wel if I can convine my girlfriend into liking football)

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I've advocated this idea for years:

17 game schedule, one extra bye week. That way every team gets a neutral field game each year.

The nfl gets 16 games a year to put wherever they want, and nobody loses a home game. They could have 4 in London, 4 in LA, a couple in Mexico, one in Germany and Japan. Maybe a regular season game in Hawaii or Las Vegas, and wherever else they want to play a game.

Plus there would be 2 more weeks of nfl.

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Panthers in London would be real nice and i will gladly leave my hole to invade the Brits!

London is close enough from Paris, with the Eurostar i can travel from Paris to London (135 minutes), watch the game and move back to Paris the same day.

Belgianfan, you should be a litle closer & Osd22 may have to walk a litle more ^^

 

10 min to Airport, 1 hr flight to LHR = Daytrip ;-) But only if the Panthers are playing. I am not going to watch any matchup not involving our cats.

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Coming over to watch a game September this year for my 30th birthday! I'd choose that over going to london because it's just not the same as stepping foot in BOA and mixing with the heart and soul of the carolina panthers, the fans!. It would be nice to have a game on my doorstep but i would rather watch the panthers on tv than go watch the cowgirls or jags on a Sunday just to say I've been to a football game, I love the nfl but my teams the panthers id feel a little disloyal watching another team hence saving money to come over and watch a few games later in the year which I'm going to make a regular thing (wel if I can convine my girlfriend into liking football)

 

I do it every year, flying over from Germany to attend two games. It is just priceless. Do it and enjoy BOA!!! Also, I would never miss a Panthers game on TV or Gamepass for a Jags vs. whoever matchup. Never!

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10 min to Airport, 1 hr flight to LHR = Daytrip ;-) But only if the Panthers are playing. I am not going to watch any matchup not involving our cats.

 

Cheater!

 

Yep same for me Panthers games only. ;)

 

 

 

 

http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/nfl

Nothing sexy :/

 

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I would love to play the falcons in London since it would be a road game for us. That would be cool and we wouldn't have the play in the piece of crap Georgia dome that season so that's a plus.

Off the top of my head, Cam, CJ and Thomas Davis disagree. 

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Lord, I wish Goodell would cut this crap.

 

I'm all for preseason games overseas, but this whole 'trying to get a team in London' thing is ridiculous.

 

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We won't need luck.  They have Jim Caldwell now.

 

 

We play Detroit next year....think we could luck out and pull them or the Falcons the week after they go to London?

 

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i do noooooooot want our team traveling to london to play and get messed up for the next week

 

 

the only reason I would ever want them  too is so our euro brethren can enjoy our beasts

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I'd be more interested to see if maybe we see Panthers/Saints or Panthers/Falcons in primetime on Thanksgiving night instead.

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