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Survey: Panthers fans needs to step up their tailgating!

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According to https://www.alcohol.org/guides/nfl-drinking-statistics/ , this survey of which NFL FANS DRINK THE MOST, we are lagging behind the competition.

Panthers fans are ranked 13th overall, with an average of just three drinks per session (non-game day), and three drinks per session ON game day. The survey says we drink 2.7% LESS on game days vs non game days.  (Saints fans are the biggest drinkers on game day, if that matters)

But maybe we make up ground with what we choose to drink: local craft beers are our favorites.  (Falcons fans prefer straight liquor)

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Could we maybe try to NOT beat the alcoholism levels of the Saints fans? I mean, there are some records that aren't safe to go after!

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50 minutes ago, hepcat said:

How did they not count the 10+ Bud Lights I drank on Sunday

 

I dont think Bud Light count !!  haha

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2 hours ago, hepcat said:

How did they not count the 10+ Bud Lights I drank on Sunday

They did, it equals out to 3 beers like the article states.

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2 hours ago, Hotsauce said:

Panther fans are doing just fine. 

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What a team player!  Bladder of steel.

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4 hours ago, Khyber53 said:

Could we maybe try to NOT beat the alcoholism levels of the Saints fans? I mean, there are some records that aren't safe to go after!

they drink those 5 foot plastic cups!

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