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THE GREATEST QUOTE IN CAROLINA PANTHERS HISTORY


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1 hour ago, The NFL Shield At Midfield said:

Jake Delhomme reportedly told Brian Urlacher to Bear Down on his dick when they were kneeling out the Divisional game in the 05/06 playoffs

On field Jake and off field Jake were two very different people.

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17 minutes ago, jayflip said:

And lmfao I just remembered when Kris Jenkins went off on Sapp saying his breath stinks, his soul stinks etc. 

 

 

Jenkins is one of my all time favorite Panthers. When he was on he was as dominant as they get. I just wish that had lasted longer.

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1 hour ago, BurnNChinn said:

The best quote ever is and will always be my favorite Yes Charlotte there is a Super Bowl and where in it! First ever trip to SB hard to beat that quote.

That one brought tears to my eyes.

1 hour ago, jayflip said:

I’d like to submit the following entries:

- It is what it is

- We picked a bad day to have a bad day

- Mr. Mopeyhead 

- I’d have taken a shot too

 

 

Serious Note:

- Oh you watch film? That’s nice... watch this

- Ice Up, Son

- If you see this face, that means I scored. If you see this face again? That means I scored, AGAIN!

-Cam took dude's soul.

-Smitty was a walking quote.

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