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Jeremy Igo

Official NFC Championship Game Thread

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Fug Arians and his ignorant ass statements. We are the worst second half team in the league huh? 

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1 minute ago, Mother Grabber said:

that 2pt conversion was a total FU to Arians. lol.

guess they heard him say, we where the worst 2nd half team in the league...to be fair he had a point...until today...lol

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Just now, KillerKat said:

Arians said we're the worst team in the NFL in the 2nd half.

hahaha idiot, way to piss off a team

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1 minute ago, KillerKat said:

Arians said we're the worst team in the NFL in the 2nd half.

Huh?  No really he couldn't have said that

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1 minute ago, Lords0fPain said:

why can't they coach like this ALL the time???

They do. The Panthers are having one of, if not the most, dominant seasons in the history of the NFL(the 85 Bears and the 72 Dolphins are the only other teams even in the conversation). But you'd never know it by reading these game threads.

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