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Seltzer

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Butthurt Patriots Fans

19 November 2013 - 06:19 PM

Are the laughingstock of the whole country right now outside of New England and BSPN.


Had to fly to Portland OR today after being at BOA last night (which has been tough), but it's funny sitting at the bar in Phoenix and Portland listening to people talk.

And by God, the Panthers are relevant nationally again. And most everyone thinks it is laughable that the Patriots would have the audacity to complain about a controversial call after the Tuck Rule, Spygate, etc.

Fug em, we won, they lost, and life goes on. Panthers made a major statement last night.

Friendly Reminder Peter King picked us Last in the Entire NFC with a 6-10 Record (Along...

11 November 2013 - 04:58 PM

Whoops...

 

http://insidesportsi...gs-predictions/


I'm Sad Schiano is Getting Fired

24 October 2013 - 09:58 PM

This is fun...

Barner's Impact Against Arizona

02 October 2013 - 02:08 PM

Arizona's run defense has been good, and the secondary will present a challenge to our receivers.

 

Think Barner could have a real impact out of the backfield in the passing game.  Wouldn't be surprised to see him get quite a few touches.  He reminds me a lot of Reggie Bush.

 

Like Bill Parcells said one time about Bush, "He's a satellite, you got to get him space."


Getting Above .500

02 October 2013 - 11:45 AM

Would be a major accomplishment for this franchise given how bad the last 4 years have been.  The Panthers truly have been a bottom-feeding franchise since the Delhomme meltdown on January 10th, 2009 against the Arizona Cardinals.  Their overall record has been 16-37.  21 Games under .500!  When you stop and look at it objectively, Cam Newton & Luke Kuechly have provided basically the only national sparks to what has truly been an utterly irrelevant era for the Carolina Panthers.

 

It has currently been 1725 days since then.  For some perspective on how long it's been, George W. Bush was on his 9th to last day in office.  The national average for a gallon of gas was $1.79 (it shortly would begin its upward and exponential increase).  Walter White was still trying to figure out how to get rid of Tuco.   Twitter had just entered the public lexicon after a year of staggering growth.  Cam Newton was preparing to transfer to Blinn College and off the national radar of college football.  Luke Kuechly had yet to graduate high school.

 

If the Panthers can win against the Cardinals and Rams to move their record (and I believe they should), the streak will hopefully end at 1735 days.  All I can say is its about dam* time

 

 

 


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