Is (as of now) set for Thursday, April 17th in prime time. ( subject to change)
Who would you like to see Seattle open with? Denver, Green Bay, Giants, Cowboys, Raiders, Rams, niners, or Cards.
Who would you like to see the panthers face in prime time?
Who do we open with?
Assuming the panthers aren't involved, what matchup would you like to see on thanksgiving night?
Dad and brother got tossed before the game started. Brother was punched by a niners fan and fell in the concourse. Security said he was drunk and tossed him. Dad went to complain and they tossed him too.
Does anyone know what the protocol for getting tossed is? They took my dads license number when they ejected him and we have psl's. I just don't want to take a hit on my psl's.
I also want to call someone at the panthers and complain. The guy that threw them out was maybe 22years old and was on a power trip.
Sucks. We paid $200 a piece to sit together and never got a chance.
Rivera hails from the norv turner coaching tree. Norv's M.O was to go a a huge mid season win streak only to collapse in the 4th quarter of the season. It will be interesting to see if Ron follows suit or finishes this ride out with a playoff berth.
For the record, I think Ron has it figured out and just chalk this loss up to the saints being better in their building.
Doesn't get much better than this slate of games if you are a panthers fan and live near the Charlotte area. For your 1:00 games you get a choice to watch the Bears (who are in the wildcard race) play the Ravens or the redskins and the eagles (a huge game for both wildcard and NFC east prospects. Then at 4:25, you get to watch the niners and the saints go head to head in the dome. Go Ravens, Skins, and Niners!
Cap that off with what is being called one of the greatest SNF matchups ever between Denver and K.C. (due to the winning %'s of each team) and our huge game against the Pats on Monday and it's going to be a helluva weekend.