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Beason with a subtle jab at the Panthers

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@TomRock_Newsday: Jon Beason looking fwd to a Thursday Night game: "We didn’t get that many primetime games in Carolina."

 

 

Someone's a bit salty!

 

 

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But who has the better record right now?

BURN!

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I don't see it that way it's more or less a jab at the nfl schedule makers

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LOL at that even being a "subtle" jab. It's not a jab at all.

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I hope they get as embarrassed as we did last year on TNF.

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That doesn't seem like a jab at all.

Yep, that's more like the truth. When you suck you don't get nice things.

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