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of course they are garbage....they are 9-0!!!! 

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12

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Last Week: 12 The Panthers won despite Cam Newton completing 1 of 9 passes at least 15 yards downfield for 21 yards and two interceptions, his first game this season with multiple deep picks.

 

http://espn.go.com/nfl/powerrankings

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Last Week: 12 The Panthers won despite Cam Newton completing 1 of 9 passes at least 15 yards downfield for 21 yards and two interceptions, his first game this season with multiple deep picks.

 

http://espn.go.com/nfl/powerrankings

 

thx epsn gr8 insite wud read agin

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hahaha ESPN dipshits "won despite Cam newton's blah blah."

 

nevermind his clutch conversions with his arm and legs.. bleh they annoy me.

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Billick had the Panthers ranked 28th going into the season.  Still blows my mind.

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i wanna win this game dont get me wrong. but we will still be in good shape if we finish 1-1 these next two games.

these are major, major tests. in san fran will probably be the hardest game we play all year minus if we make the playoffs


I disagree sir. It is very very hard to go 13-3 with 4 losses.

I don't math very well but even I can see this problem.
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11th on Reddit (+2)

 

Scorelines in the NFL can be deceiving, and the Panthers 34-10 victory over the Falcons was not a replay of their previous three blowouts. Atlanta came in desperate and dangerous, and fought hard until falling apart late. When they scored a touchdown at the end of the first half, it ended Carolina's run as the only team to not give up a first half touchdown this season. However, the Panthers pulled away in the second half after a clutch third down pass by Cam Newton was followed by a TD run, then capped by a Matt Ryan pick-six that sealed the win. A game ripe with playoff implications awaits at San Fransisco.

 

 

http://www.reddit.com/r/nfl/comments/1pyw53/official_week_9_rnfl_power_rankings/

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somewhat related: the Jets are a fucking lollercoaster. thank god we play them during their "off week"

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also we the second largest standard deviation (variation in power rankings):

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(according to reddit dumbasses)
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also we the second largest standard deviation (variation in power rankings):

ERYwaGP.png

(according to reddit dumbasses)

 

 

actually that is cool as hell

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well Ill be damned...
 
CHFFs decided to put us at the very top of the stack...
 
http://www.coldhardfootballfacts.com/stats/
 

1 ↑ 2 Carolina - 7.68
2 ↓ 1 Seattle - 7.95
3 ↑ 1 Kansas City - 8.14
4 ↓ 2 New Orleans - 9.05
5 ↑ 1 San Francisco - 9.64

 

I dont sub so I cant post some of their more in depth stats but thought this was chuckle worthy

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well Ill be damned...
 
CHFFs decided to put us at the very top of the stack...
 
http://www.coldhardfootballfacts.com/stats/
 

1 ↑ 2 Carolina - 7.68
2 ↓ 1 Seattle - 7.95
3 ↑ 1 Kansas City - 8.14
4 ↓ 2 New Orleans - 9.05
5 ↑ 1 San Francisco - 9.64

 

I dont sub so I cant post some of their more in depth stats but thought this was chuckle worthy

 

 

Wow that is awesome, and makes Troy Drankman's rankings make more sense.

 

 

 

 


Through Week 9 of the 2013 Regular Season

About our Quality Stats Power Rankings (below). This indicator ranks each team from No. 1 to 32 based upon average ranking across the board in each of our Quality Stats.

It's proven very adept at picking out NFL champs: New Orleans was No. 1 across the board in 2009 and won the Super Bowl; Indianapolis was No. 3 across the board in 2009, the highest-ranked AFC team, and won the AFC title. Green Bay was No. 1 across the board in 2010 and won the Super Bowl; Pittsburgh was No. 2 across the board and won the AFC title. The Texans were No. 1 across the board in 2011 before catastrophic injuries at quarterback derailed the team's likely Super Bowl run.

One caveat: because it is an average ranking, it treats each of our indicators as statistical equals. But as you can see by studying Correlation to Victory and Predictive Rate of Victory, some stats are better than others at identifying winners week in and week out. Still, our Quality Stats Power Rankings are a great way to size up the relative merits top to bottom of each and every team.


 

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SF has beaten shit teams too. Yet everyone assumes they are just badass. I hope we destroy them.

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