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tailg8or    477

Sorry for another thread about crowd noise but it is that important.  In anticipation of the big game, I have been trolling Panthers stuff more than usual this week.  Here's a summary of what I have seen / heard over the last 5 days.

 

1.  Riverboat issued a Call to Arms for Panther fans at BOA this Sunday.  He understands and emphasized the importance of crowd noise.

 

2.  Gross asked fans to skip work or do whatever is necessary to save their voices for Sunday.

 

3.  Cam and Gross mentioned home field advantage and crowd noise several times during interviews this week.  Gross said BOA has been great the last couple weeks and fans are rallying around the team.  Cam said BOA is one of the best places to play and fans are really behind the team.

 

4.  Yesterday, analysts on NFLN said the Saints O-line is their Achilles heel.  Primary reason for their poor road record is the o-line cannot anticipate the snap count in loud environments and the brief hesitation gives the D-line an advantage.

 

5.  Brees said they have several playmakers (receivers primarily) and are difficult to defend when they establish their rhythm.

 

 

This game will be discussed on all sports-talk shows next week.  I am tired of hearing about the 12th man in Seattle.  For all of us going to the game, get to your seats before kickoff and lets rock for all 60 minutes.  Don't wait until 3rd down and from the first series, make it hard for Brees to audible at the line of scrimmage and for their offense to get in a groove.  In addition, lets make our silence on offense just as deafening. 

 

Lets establish BOA as a hostile environment and do our part this weekend!  

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philp    1,180

Could have bumped thread. Actually no bumping required, its still on front page.

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CPcavedweller    1,265

Anyone who watched the Saints game in Seattle can tell that loud environments are not their forte. Even semi loud environments can disrupt them because Drew Brees has the tone of a 12 year old boy going through puberty.

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Cary Kollins    17,881

Gross asked fans to skip work or do whatever is necessary to save their voices for Sunday.

 

 

 

Does Gross think we are all in professional screamo bands?

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Gucci Mane    1,684

Whatever % is listed as the 'chance of rain' is perfectly correlated to the amount of panthers "fans" who will opt out of attending the game.

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PantherFanOne    692

("Yesterday, analysts on NFLN said the Saints O-line is their Achilles heel.  Primary reason for their poor road record is the o-line cannot anticipate the snap count in loud environments and the brief hesitation gives the D-line an advantage.")

 

Fans scream,yell,bang seats but whatever you do make some noise and make it loud. This is our chance to really help the team.

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AceBoogie    7,337

I estimate only 35% of the huddle attends games maybe less, you don't have to worry about us making noise. It's the guy in slacks sipping wine is who you have to worry about.

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tailg8or    477

I estimate only 35% of the huddle attends games maybe less, you don't have to worry about us making noise. It's the guy in slacks sipping wine is who you have to worry about.

 

I believe wine is only served in the club section ... otherwise I would buy it.  It would sure beat sneaking minis of Makers Mark.

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I have noticed that the Panthers as an organization have been pushing for a loud crowd every way they can. Players have called for it, coaches have called for it, its all over the social media accounts.

Mildly impressive, actually.

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Moose Hoover    736

I will be using a combo of pounding the seat, yelling, air horn app, and the coins in the beer bottle. I will have at least 2 other people doing the same directly beside me.

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panfanman    137

Just a curious thought. Let's say the Panthers organization mounted 4 huge jumbo tron screens on each outside wall of the stadium and invited the general public to come party and watch the game from the outside. If they could get as many people to attend outside as did inside, could the outside noise impact anything inside or would none of the noise carry over?

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