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    How much you wanna make a bet I can throw a football over them mountains? Well, if coach woulda put me in fourth quarter, we’d have been state champions. No doubt. No doubt in my mind. You better believe things had been different. I’d have gone pro in a heartbeat. I’d be making millions of dollars and living in a big ol’ mansion somewhere, soaking it up in a hot tub with my soul mate.

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  1. Julius left us (the first time) because he is gay and he wanted to goto another city that was gay friendly. Lol someone posted that on here and said they went to UNC with him and he was a closet homo.
  2. TD is my favorite Panther of all time hands down. I got to meet and talk with him his rookie year, he was so humble yet so hungry to be great. Overcoming the injuries he had in his career, coming back stronger and making pro bowls is something that is not talked about enough. I disagreed with letting him go, I think he played a vital role on this team and should have finished his career as a Panther.
  3. Wait, surely teams been watching cams wörkøût videos on Instagram?
  4. Meh I am checked out of football this year during our rebuild. I may or may not watch as many games as I did in 2019. With that being said, this will be an entertaining thing to watch. The greatest QB ever to play and one of the greatest TE both on a new team without the greatest coach.
  5. MNF: Panther vs Patriots, Nov 2013 I was with my buddy in some sick Club level seats. I was surrounded by Pats fans and a bunch wine and cheese old a-holes (that kept yelling at me to sit down). The game was back and fourth and ultimately came down to Brady throwing a interception, followed by throwing a temper tantrum after the game. We went to All American Pub afterwords and I danced with a bunch of chicks and got so hot that I peeled off my black DeAngelo Williams jersey that someone immediately stole when I placed it in a chair. (Thanks for that). Anyway, it was an epic night and it was so sweet watching all those sad Pats fans who paid big money to buy tickets in my section. Game summary: Carolina took an early 7-0 lead thanks to a nine-yard touchdown catch by Brandon LaFell and led 10-3 at halftime. The Patriots tied the game not five minutes into the third quarter on a touchdown by Rob Gronkowski, but Greg Olsen responded with one of his own. Carolina led 17-10 going into the final stanza, and it seemed like they had a legit chance to pull off an upset. It didn’t take long for New England to tie the game again, though. Stevan Ridley’s one-yard run made it 17-17, then the Patriots took the lead thanks to a field goal by Stephen Gostkowski. Starting from their own 17 yard line with less than six and a half minutes to go, the Panthers needed a game-winning drive from their franchise quarterback. Cam Newton responded, completing a 15-play drive with a 25-yard TD to Ted Ginn. Brady rallied and got the Patriots within striking distance, but on the critical last play he threw an end-zone interception. Some folks will tell you that Gronkowski was clearly held by Luke Kuechly on the play and pass interference should have been called, nevermind the ball being completely uncatchable anyway. A flag was thrown but after a discussion the officials picked it up and declared the game over with the Panthers winners. Naturally, Brady was livid. He got into one of the officials’ faces and screamed some obscenities on live TV.
  6. Good post and question @thefuzz i also wan to know what was the point of retaining Hurney If we are clearing everyone out. I figure Tepper would want his own guy here by this point? At least let him learn during a down year.
  7. Yeah I think he took the L harder than anyone imagined and from there his mind and body started falling apart
  8. How long can we keep him before we have to cut him for financial reasons? I think we should hold onto him for as long as possible. That way teams who need a QB will have a smaller pot of QBs to chose from come crunch time.
  9. So it seems if Cam would have just stfu this offseason and worked his ass off to getting back on the field in a Panthers uniform, this would likely not have happened. In the last 4-5 seasons, It became apparent that football was not his first priority. It’s a shame, I really enjoyed having him as a part of the team.
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