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[ARTICLE] Playoffs not happening for Panthers

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What in the hell are you talking about?? After week 1 or week 2??? If you are this stupid you should be banned for being an idiot troll. 

 

Have I thanked your team yet for knocking this bitch's team out of the playoffs a few years ago yet?  If not, thank you.

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what should the Panthers have done to those combined 5-22 teams?  Lost?  Played it close?  Fat little Alice is growing even bigger with fear from all the threads coming out trying to convince fatself the Panthers aren't a threat to fat's beloved Cowboys I mean Stains.  Fat Alice is actually saying more about the Panthers than us, the fans.

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what should the Panthers have done to those combined 5-22 teams? Lost? Played it close? Fat little Alice is growing even bigger with fear from all the threads coming out trying to convince fatself the Panthers aren't a threat to fat's beloved Cowboys I mean Stains. Fat Alice is actually saying more about the Panthers than us, the fans.

Applying you same theory, SCP has made multiple thread about me, so that must mean he's afraid of me and intimidated by how much more successful than him I am. Hmm, never looked at it that way, you may be on to something here!? Good point!

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Applying you same theory, SCP has made multiple thread about me, so that must mean he's afraid of me and intimidated by how much more successful than him I am. Hmm, never looked at it that way, you may be on to something here!? Good point!

uhm you gonna compare your pretend, cyberlife to a real life NFL team?  thats funny

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uhm you gonna compare your pretend, cyberlife to a real life NFL team? thats funny

You're right, you got me there, it's been scientifically proven the NfL teams performance is directly related to the confidence level of the rival teams fans. I'm just trying to convince myself the Saints have a chance, oh well, we all know they are going on a 10 game losing streak while Pamthers are winning SB, at least we will pick higher in draft!

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alice you gigantic bag of lipids go take your bentley out tonight, resist the urge to eat quadruple baconators at wendys, find a bar or something, and try to talk to an actual female. look for the ones with a little cushion for the pushin, they're all you're likely able to land unless they've got six kids or six fingers or something, but it'll be better than keyboard vomiting all over the internet tonight. you're welcome

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Applying you same theory, SCP has made multiple thread about me, so that must mean he's afraid of me and intimidated by how much more successful than him I am. Hmm, never looked at it that way, you may be on to something here!? Good point!

SCP has a wife that he fugs when he isn't taking a poo in the Charlotte airport, has traveled the country on the job, and has kids that he brings to panther games.

You have a dog that you entice with peanut butter, a bunch of Daddy's money, and countless hours spent on the internet trying to prove wrong strangers on a rival team's message board.

Again, who's more successful?

Sent from my SGH-T999

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5-22 combined record of 4 teams Panthers beat!

The Carolina Panthers are talented enough to make the playoffs, but barring a collapse from the New Orleans Saints, they won’t be seeing the postseason this year. Despite a nice win against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Thursday night, the 4-3 Panthers aren’t strong enough to overcome all of the obstacles in their path to the playoffs.

Carolina is above .500 for the first time since the 2008 season, and hopefully the fans are enjoying it because it may not last very long. Of their remaining nine matchups, the only losing teams they face are the Bucs again, and the Atlanta Falcons twice. The winless Bucs are obviously not much of a threat, but the Falcons are not going to be any pushover.

They will also take on the Saints twice, the New England Patriots at home and San Francisco 49ers on the road. Unfortunately, the Panthers didn’t do enough with their soft early schedule to help them with their run through the brutal finish.

The NFC Wild Card race is much too competitive for Carolina to hope for one of the two spots. You have to figure either the Seattle Seahawks or 49ers will grab one of the Wild Card berths. As of now, it looks like there should be a good fight for the last spot with the Green Bay Packers, Detroit Lions and Chicago Bears, as the frontrunners, with the Falcons and Philadelphia Eagles also in the mix.

Read more at http://www.rantsports.com/nfl/2013/10/25/carolina-panthers-playoffs-not-a-possibility-despite-impressive-win/?eUmo0hQ09o1OGRUE.99

 

 

The Carolina Panthers are talented enough to make the playoffs, but barring a collapse from the New Orleans Saints, they won’t be seeing the postseason this year. Despite a nice win against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Thursday night, the 4-3 Panthers aren’t strong enough to overcome all of the obstacles in their path to the playoffs.

 

The Carolina Panthers are talented enough to make the playoffs, but barring a collapse from the New Orleans Saints, they won’t be seeing the postseason this year. Despite a nice win against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Thursday night

 

The Carolina Panthers are talented enough to make the playoffs, but barring a collapse from the New Orleans Saints, they won’t be seeing the postseason this year

 

but barring a collapse from the New Orleans Saints, they won’t be seeing the postseason this year

 

:)

 

 

who dat won 1 out the last 4 games? oh yeah... the sorry ass saints

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