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Panthers secondary best in NFL...well according to Munnerlyn

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No doggy, that's mah pot pie

 

 

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Oh look, the guy that for the second time isn't going to read or comment on my threads or post!

 

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alice ate the shark. it was inevitable

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No way are we the best secondary with Melvin White starting, he is absolute garbage.

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may not be the best secondary in the NFL, but they are better than the Pats receivers.

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may not be the best secondary in the NFL, but they are better than the Pats receivers.

29/40 including 3 throwaways and 3 drops for 300 yards, that leaves like 3-4 throws they may have defended the entire game!

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ha ha big deal.  panther beat imploding patriot team and now there fans think there going to super bowl!  LOL FAIL

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29/40 including 3 throwaways and 3 drops for 300 yards, that leaves like 3-4 throws they may have defended the entire game!

throwaways and drops don't count as having been defended?

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Well, technically, they do not. There's an actual stat for "passes defensed" so he has you in the fine print.

 

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