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12 minutes ago, ncstatekwi said:

Just watched episode 1 and absolutely love it!!

Seeing Greg with his family after the injury was rough damn.

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I’m 4 episodes in. Do the Panthers win the Super Bowl? Any Rivera haters still here when this is over need to find a new team. 

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18 minutes ago, Actionman0z said:

I’m 4 episodes in. Do the Panthers win the Super Bowl? Any Rivera haters still here when this is over need to find a new team. 

Would like to point out that I’ve remained a Rivera supporter long before this show released. I’ve said all along that the Anti Ron Rivera group just doesn’t realize how good we have it. 

Players want to play for him. A defensive mastermind. Full of class and passion. We could do much much worse than RR

 

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I haven’t seen one second of it, but I know it’ll be tremendous. The NFL films group who heads up this project is second to none. Ed and Steve Sabol would be proud of it all. 

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Episode 2 when Cam got late hit by Kazee just pissed me off just like it did when it happened. 

I watched the first 3 last night. Surprised they didn't harp on Samuel's situation, losing Daryl Williams, Gettleman's return, and a few other early season story lines. Love seeing Cam on the sidelines and the huddle. How can people hate him? He's a giant goofball but a fantastic leader when he needs to turn it on. 

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watched the first 2.  Love seeing how passionate Tepper is.  We will get at least one Lombardi while he is owner.  

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7 hours ago, Actionman0z said:

I’m 4 episodes in. Do the Panthers win the Super Bowl? Any Rivera haters still here when this is over need to find a new team. 

I’m a Rivera fan but at some point he’s gotta go if it ain’t showing up in the win column...

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48 minutes ago, t96 said:

I’m a Rivera fan but at some point he’s gotta go if it ain’t showing up in the win column...

Bingo.  He's getting way too much credit for being a nice guy and not enough heat for not producing.  Now, I'll catch heat for that, but I couldn't possibly care any less.

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I'm just trying to figure out where CMC got that shirt. 

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I love this team! I’m sad that I’ll probably finish this by tomorrow morning, but luckily camp is coming up. Just love our guys!

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