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SuperJTheGreat

Do you guys not remember the Saints game?

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The Panthers have only proven they can beat bad teams. The best team they've beaten under Rivera is the 2011 Texans who were without their starting QB. A team that lost it's final 3 games and 4 of it's final 5 games if you include the postseason.

Not sure why fans are so excited about defeating a now 3-6 Redskins team that is in the midst of a 3 game losing streak and whose head coach is talking about evaluating for next year.

These meaningless wins are only used to justify all the bad decisions made by the team.

You meant a Redskins team that put up a shitload of points on the Giants and made one the most dangerous NFL players a non-factor? Yeah, Sylvianlight keep being a Debbie downer and pretend you're "fan".

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You meant a Redskins team that put up a shitload of points on the Giants and made one the most dangerous NFL players a non-factor? Yeah, Sylvianlight keep being a Debbie downer and pretend you're "fan".

Division games tend to be interesting. Even the Seahawks and Rams challenge the 49ers on occasion.

Pointing out the negative is just as important as pointing out the positive. The Redskins are 3-6, the Saints are 2-5. There are 16 teams in the NFC. The Redskins are ranked 14th, the Saints 15th, the Panthers 16th.

They've had opportunities to defeat competitive football teams. Next week will be another chance. The team can shut me up if they pull out a win. I'm doubtful they do it though.

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