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Official Panthers - Seahawks Gameday Thread

Jeremy Igo

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Wow funchess stepped up big near the end. For all those early drops thats huge props to him for stepping up when it really counted.

I kept the faith in Funch and he delivered when it mattered.  I kept the faith in our team today when others shattered in disillusionment.  I have been a Panthers fan since 1993…I have seen the good, the bad, and the fugly.

GOOD GRAVY this is the sweetest victory this year.  It's only going to get better.  The Cardiac Cats are hard on our hearts, but don't EVER give up.  It's not over yet!!!  #KEEPPOUNDING!

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Does anyone know, but my recollection is that we had 0 penalties on our defense.  No holding, no pass interference...

Is that right?  If so, that's just huge.

By contrast, we got a crucial 1st down on a SEA penalty that kept a scoring drive alive instead of a sack to kill the drive.

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