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MadHatter

New Power Rankings Out

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It will be ugly if we lose Sunday.

 

Broncos lose to the Patriots and they do not drop....Patriots lose to us and they do not drop.  If we lose, I will bet you we drop 6-7 spots.

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PFT:

 

 

2. Panthers (9-3; No. 3): Two games against the Saints are all that’s standing in the way of an NFC South title and a playoff bye.

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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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fug the Saints up at home.  Keep Pounding!

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Fuging #2?  Dat means we da poo.

 

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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