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#1 DaveThePanther2008

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Posted 21 October 2013 - 12:16 AM

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I think in the end we are going to thank the St. Louis Rams.

 

This win galvanized this team and the fans..   St. Louis brought a fight and we fought back.

 

Kudos to Jordan Gross.  The man has been a cornerstone for over a decade.  He took exception to Quinn and his mouth after the sack he put on Cam.   Jordan stepped up for his QB and thing escalated from there.

 

Jeff Fisher is known for having nasty teams.   I think he felt his boys could come into BOA stadium and intimidate the Panthers into a losing their composure and stealing a win.  It didn't happen and our boys fought back.

 

In the end it brought them closer.    This team went into a nasty battle, stood up for each other and WON.

 

Hopefully on Thursday we will see a close knit team go into a hostile environment, battle and win.

 

Soon teams will find out you won't intimidate us.

 

I am proud of them and could see unity forming.

 

Great Job Panthers

 

 



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Posted 21 October 2013 - 12:23 AM

totally agreed. i haven't seen fight like this from panthers and fans in....well....it's been a while.

 

i absolutely love it. no more mr. nice guy. no more mr. and mrs. pleasant fan.  

 

hello piss and vinegar.



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Posted 21 October 2013 - 12:26 AM

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You know it was a mean and nasty enviroment when Steve Smith didn't look like the craziest person on the field. 



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Posted 21 October 2013 - 12:40 AM

I'd actually love to hear from those at the game of how people in the stands were acting today. The environment seemed so much better, and not just because we were winning. Dare I say, it seemed like a "fun" crowd? 

 

If ANYONE was told to sit down or be quiet, as I have been in the past, the person telling them to do so should receive a swift kick in the genitalia. 



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Posted 21 October 2013 - 12:53 AM

i honestly think the 2011 and 2012 panthers would've come unglued. instead they went out and started kicking asses.

 

corner turned?



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Posted 21 October 2013 - 12:56 AM

I hope so! Holding my breath till thursday

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Posted 21 October 2013 - 12:57 AM


 

Jeff Fisher is known for having nasty teams.   I think he felt his boys could come into BOA stadium and intimidate the Panthers into a losing their composure and stealing a win.  It didn't happen and our boys fought back.

 

Based on Smith's comments that multiple Rams players were making comments about his wife, I think it was an orchestrated effort by Fisher. Very Gregg Williams-esque.



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Posted 21 October 2013 - 01:24 AM

Based on Smith's comments that multiple Rams players were making comments about his wife, I think it was an orchestrated effort by Fisher. Very Gregg Williams-esque.


Any coach who deliberately tells his (young) defense to get into a word war with #89 is a fuging moron.

I heard Billick mention Tory Holt talked to the Rams CBs and told them to keep their mouth shut around Smith because that was a battle they wouldn't win.

#9 DaveThePanther2008

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Posted 21 October 2013 - 01:49 AM

Based on Smith's comments that multiple Rams players were making comments about his wife, I think it was an orchestrated effort by Fisher. Very Gregg Williams-esque.

Low Class effort by Fisher if that was the case.

 

He likes to get his team to play (head) games.



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Posted 21 October 2013 - 02:22 AM

I'd actually love to hear from those at the game of how people in the stands were acting today. The environment seemed so much better, and not just because we were winning. Dare I say, it seemed like a "fun" crowd? 

 

If ANYONE was told to sit down or be quiet, as I have been in the past, the person telling them to do so should receive a swift kick in the genitalia. 

It was actually very different today, a vast improvement. The crowd was definitely into it. More than the 2 of us stood for the defense, practically the entire section, and we were all quiet while the offense was on the field. Yeah, we taunted Long on his way out but he was asking for it. CMPD did look for the fan who dropped the last bottle on his head but I don't know if they found him/her. There were only a handful of Ram fans and they were quiet. The t-shirt guys were going nuts today, one landed on my lap from a rebound, I gave it away. One landed right behind me. Felt like a pink t-shirt magnet lol. Fewer commercials, more crowd encouragement, more music, it was good.

 

Only bad thing is that someone did go through my {little} purse. First time ever. Fortunately my momma didn't raise a fool ... all the valuable things were in my pockets.



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Posted 21 October 2013 - 02:55 AM

This helps us with an identity.

 

The 2003 Panthers were the Cardiac Cat under Jake Delhomme.  The fans identified and embraced that team. 

 

Yesterday our fans identified with the "We are Done getting pushed around" attitude this team is portraying. 

 

I love the unity.  When J. Gross stood up for Cam that said NO ONE F-Ks with MY QB.  Gross is a team leader and though he eventually (smartly) got out of the spotlight.  He was as big a part of getting this image out to this team.

 

It think it was Hardy getting the fans louder and louder (might have been Cam)

 

You could sense (even through the TV) our fans were getting behind our team.



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Posted 21 October 2013 - 03:14 AM

Watching NFL network with the Thursday night promo. "the Panthers are ready to make a run" is their tag line. Feels like were putting it together. Is the process finally over? I sure as hell hope so. Three dominate wins this year it's time to get on a roll!!

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Posted 21 October 2013 - 05:40 AM


But but but he's on the rules committee


Low Class effort by Fisher if that was the case.

He likes to get his team to play (head) games.



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Posted 21 October 2013 - 05:45 AM

So are we the Scrappy Cats?



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Posted 21 October 2013 - 05:58 AM

totally agreed. i haven't seen fight like this from panthers and fans in....well....it's been a while.

 

i absolutely love it. no more mr. nice guy. no more mr. and mrs. pleasant fan.  

 

hello piss and vinegar.

Nice fight indeed. However/in my opinion, It would have helped (their vigor, offensive fluidity, swag etc.) even more, if Rivera would have put up 14 more points on the board during that 4th quarter. That's the ultimate way in demoralizing a team. Remember, in another game (with a different officiating crew, on the road, etc.), Steve Smith or some other Panther could have gotten thrown out for that big melee and the constant jostling and hijinks through out. Why risk it?

 

Rivera essentially (once again) took the air out the ball with a full 15 minutes left, and trusted his defense, by running the ball up the middle with no intention of playing their regular offense throughout the 4th quarter. 

 

The offense needs to live, gain their confidence live to. I know he's a defensive coach. But does he alway have this overtly trust his defense, even when the offense is playing well? He's a Head Coach now. He reminds me so much of Rex Ryan. 

 

Will he ever learn???? He got away with it this time. 

 

Congrats on the win!!




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