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At 4-3 the Panthers could move to the next level with a trade.

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#97 iamhubby1



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Posted 27 October 2013 - 11:35 AM

We are not close to an elite team yet and to think otherwise is foolish. We are a team just finding it's legs and beginning to build a foundation to become a top tier team in the near future. We are good enough to win some we shouldn't and lose some we shouldn't. One or two more years of good drafts coupled with key FA aquisitions along with Cam progressing will get us much closer. Let's remember that this is the first time in five years that this team has been over .500 and it's by one game......still have a way to go before we are ready to compete at a high level on a consistent basis.

I can convince folks we are way better than you claim in one sentence.

We have won 10 of our last 15 games.

Yeah, uh huh, that's right. Drink that in, think about it for a few secs.

We started what? 8-16 with Cam. Since then, we have gone 10-5. The future has already arrived. It pretty much started week 12 of last year.

If all goes to plan. We very well could go into the ain't game 9-3, riding an 8 game winning streak. Ready to show the Division, nay the world, Big Brother is here to bully the neighborhood.

Worst case. We lose to the 9ers and go into the ain'ts game 8-4, and on a 3 game winning streak.

We are young, we are strong, we gots Cam, and Gettlemen seems to be our Dream GM. Jump on aboard. You are wasting too much giddyness.

#98 Happy Panther

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Posted 27 October 2013 - 12:04 PM

I swear that half this board only watches Panther games and has no clue about general NFL talking points. The expectations for our players sometimes are ridiculously high. EVERY receiver in the game drops passes now and again. Our receivers don't drop them at any higher rate than any other team's top three, and, in fact, they drop them at a much lower rate than most. 


Thanks floppin. Somebody gets it.


I also doubt many in this thread have actually spent time watching Lafell on game day.

#99 beastson


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Posted 28 October 2013 - 11:08 PM

Once again, title = truth