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Panthers were a sleeping giant. I am not surprised by how this team is performing. 

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Seems like #3 is the average. Pretty awesome stuff fellas.

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My expectation for this season was playoffs, so the fact we're a top-5 team and have the possibility of taking over the division is awesome.   Whatever happens we need another year of success and playoff appearance.  That's how you build a fanbase.

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Fuck the Saints up at home.  Keep Pounding!

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Fuging #2?  Dat means we da shit.

 

Let the doubters continue to doubt.

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IIRC we were #1 going into the 2008 playoff game which shall not be named.

 

 

It's been a loooong time, but I knewww a change gon come.

 

 

 

edit: we were 4, and the cards were 13

 

 

 

damn you jake

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If we beat the Saints Sunday, we should easily be number 1 and will easily be the best team in the NFL by a big margin.

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If we beat the Saints Sunday, we should easily be number 1 and will easily be the best team in the NFL by a big margin.

 

 

brilliant

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Another #3

 

SBNation

 

http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2013/12/3/5168660/nfl-power-rankings-week-14-chiefs-saints-seahawks-broncos

 

3 Carolina Panthers

After stumbling past the Dolphins last week, Carolina showed some more consistent focus in methodically crushing the life from the Buccaneers. This team is starting to feel a lot like the 1999 Tennessee Titans squad that made it to the Super Bowl. The offense isn’t explosive, exactly, but keeping them from gaining ten yards in three downs is easier said than done.  Like those Titans, the Panthers defense is tough, stingy and mistake-free. It remains to be seen if Cam Newton can keep playing Steve McNair AND Eddie George against playoff-caliber competition, but if he’s up to the challenge the Panthers have the physicality to deploy the Jets and Seahawks beat-em-up tactics against the Saints and capture a first-round bye. (Last Week: 4)

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