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Best Answer rayzor, 18 November 2013 - 11:41 PM

Been a fan since day 1, but I'm not drinking the coolaid.

 

Panthers beat 5 teams with a total record of 12-34.  The only team with a winning record was the 49ers and all the others are well below 500.  The San Fran win was a great win, but let's not get confused.  

 

Rivera sucks and he will show how bad on Monday night in what will be embarrassing.  Sucks that so many people have actually bought into Rivera now that he has won games the Panthers are suppose to win against shitty teams.  Now it looks like we are stuck with this turd.

 

I would love to see the Panthers win...but I'm not delusional.

 

yeah....about that.

 

gtfo
 

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#76 Way Truth Life

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Posted 16 November 2013 - 11:06 AM

IF YOU ARE NOT ROOTING FOR THIS TEAM, EVERY GAME, EVERY DAY AND EVERY WEEK... you are NOT a fan of this team. So stop calling yourself any thing of close to that.

Fan = Fanatic

A real fan would still root for 2010 Carolina if they played 2013 Broncos

So what are you suppose to be? A realist of some sort? You don't let your emotions give you false expectations? THATS THE WHOLE FUGING POINT.

You... Are NOT a fan. GTFO.

 

Never said I wasn't "rooting" for the Panthers.....that doesn't mean I go full on Panthers ratard when I know Rivera hasn't proven anything.....being realistic is a good thing rather than pretending the Panthers are better than they are just because I'm a "fanatic"  



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Posted 16 November 2013 - 11:07 AM

being realistic is a good thing rather than pretending the Panthers are better than they are just because I'm a "fanatic"  

 

Ignoring the Panthers have had a dominant defense all season long isn't being "realistic".

 

You are being pessimistic at best.



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Posted 16 November 2013 - 11:11 AM

OP you need to get a clue. Have you been watching any of the games this year? The Panthers will dominate the time of possession and keep Brady off the field. When he is on the field he will only have time to throw short, chewing up more clock. I think this game is going to look more like the Atlanta game than people realize. Luke Kuechly needs to cover Gronk better than he did Gonzalez in the first half. Other than that, I think we will completely out physical them.

#79 Way Truth Life

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Posted 16 November 2013 - 11:11 AM

Ignoring the Panthers have had a dominant defense all season long isn't being "realistic".

 

You are being pessimistic at best.

Dominant defense is great....but remembering that we have beaten losing teams and still thrown away 2 games in the 4th quarter this season is crucial to winning in the future.  The SF game still showed that the Panthers can and will give it away in the 4th.  Do you guys not remember SF getting the ball twice in the final 5 minutes?

 

Did anyone see what the Patriots did to the Saints in the 4th quarter? Did anyone see what hey did to the Steelers in the 2nd half?  

 

Rivera has to prove he can close out games and he simply hasn't done that.



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Posted 16 November 2013 - 11:15 AM

that doesn't mean I go full on Panthers ratard when I know Rivera hasn't proven anything.....

 

ah yes, orient your argument to oppose an extreme position that no one is actually taking to make yourself appear more reasonable. have you considered a career in politics?



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Posted 16 November 2013 - 11:17 AM

The SF game still showed that the Panthers can and will give it away in the 4th.

 

Rivera has to prove he can close out games and he simply hasn't done that.

 

uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.

 

who's going to be the first one to tell him we won that game since obviously he didn't watch it



#82 Sam Mills Fan

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Posted 16 November 2013 - 11:21 AM

Dang and people say *I* am a pessimist??



#83 88 Bronco

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Posted 16 November 2013 - 11:28 AM

Fan = Went to every home game until 2006 when I moved....away games at the following stadiums (Houston SUPERBOWL, St. Louis PLAYOFFS, Philly PLAYOFFS, Atlanta several times, Tennessee, Tampa every year, Miami, Jacksonville, New Orleans, Pittsburgh and I'm sure I'm forgetting somewhere)   It is easy to be a fan when you live in Carolina.  Try being a fan in another city and actually supporting your team in a hostile crowd or bar.....it does provide fans unclouded glasses though.  I no longer blindly support a coach or team when I simply know better.  Rivera has beaten poo teams.....

 

SF should have beaten the Panthers in the 4th quarter.  As usual the offense could not hold the ball and keep SF off the field and gave them 2 opportunities to win.  The defense is in beast mode, but you can not ask them to close out games over and over again.  Eventually coaching needs to take place.  Rivera need to learn how to close out games and SF may have been a win, but not because of coaching...it was because the defense went off and shut down SF!  Brady is not Kapernick so do not get it twisted.  If the Panthers are even in the game in the 4th quarter, which I have serious doubts after watching Pittsburgh get destroyed with their top ranked defense, then the Panthers can not hand the ball over 2 times with a 1 point lead and expect to win.  

 

I hope the Panthers do win...but I'm not going to read all this garbage you guys are posting about playoffs. It is one game at a time and the Patriots are not looking at the playoffs right now...they are looking at the Panthers.

 

PS....I just renewed my marriage vows on the 8th and I wore a Panthers hat during the ceremony. 

 

I did it from 1997 to 2006 when I was in the military. I didn't act like a depressed bitch when the Panthers looked like they might have some success. I watched the Super Bowl loss surrounded by fans of other teams including Patriot fans. I was stationed in Georgia when Vick would constantly beat the Panthers.

 

tl/dr version: quit being a fuging bitch



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Posted 16 November 2013 - 11:34 AM

Ugh

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Posted 16 November 2013 - 11:40 AM

Lol

 

Teams that have beat the Pats

 

Bengals: 3rd in total D

NYJ: 8th in total D

 

Both losses coming from hard nose teams with a great D that can rush the passer, and have really good running games. On the road. 

 

If you harass Tom Brady enough, the Pats tend to lose, something makes me think that we can harass Brady. 

 

 

The recipe for drinking victory beers right there.

Fug the Kool Aid.



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Posted 16 November 2013 - 11:53 AM


Did anyone see what the Patriots did to the Saints in the 4th quarter? Did anyone see what hey did to the Steelers in the 2nd half?

What did he do in the 4th against the Bengals?

The Patriots had three chances the last 5 minutes against the Saints. If we hold them to only two like the Niners we should be fine right?

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Posted 16 November 2013 - 12:11 PM

I've always said you can only beat the teams on your schedule and someone has to make those teams have bad records.  All we did was what we were asked.  Anyone noticed that this patriots team is 1-2 on the road this season?  or 2 weeks ago they snuck away with a win against one of the most internally destructive teams in espn history in the Dolphins.  Or they lost to the freakin Jets.  The patriots aren't unstoppable if the Jets can beat them, we sure as hell can beat them.  Will we win?  I don't know, the game will be tight, but we won't get blown out.



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Posted 16 November 2013 - 12:11 PM

dammit!  no wonder I never catch anything

 

Not even the "Crabs"? Seafood "Crabs" that is. LOL



#89 Shonuff

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Posted 16 November 2013 - 12:13 PM

I am not into predictions but if Cam/Shula come out strong, the Patriots might get blown out or at least manhandled.  I think it's important for the Patriots to get out to a lead because the D will only get stronger as the game progresses.



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Posted 16 November 2013 - 12:13 PM

I did it from 1997 to 2006 when I was in the military. I didn't act like a depressed bitch when the Panthers looked like they might have some success. I watched the Super Bowl loss surrounded by fans of other teams including Patriot fans. I was stationed in Georgia when Vick would constantly beat the Panthers.

 

tl/dr version: quit being a fuging bitch

I was actually at the Superbowl 10 rows back....I would say 70% of the Reliant Stadium was Patriot fans

 

not a bitch...just realistic.

 

... all BS aside....thanks for your service




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