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PFF: Panthers go from easiest schedule to date to now hardest


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2 minutes ago, AggieLean said:

I’m just mad at myself for betting on the panthers to win over 7 games. With the easy part of our schedule winding down, I’m not confident about that. In fact, it would not shock me if we only won one more or lost out.

Oh you know better than betting on the Panthers outside of that MVP season. For me I can't properly evaluate the Panthers they always do opposite, win games we shouldn't win/lose games we shouldn't lose.

I have way better luck gambling on the rest of the NFL.

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1 hour ago, Panthercougar68 said:

Why do I feel these “easy/hardest” schedule things change every week and never translate to how they are portrayed”

Not this year. We’ve been posting a lot about the schedule. It was obvious before the season that we had to go 6-2 (+/- 1 win) to have a chance at the playoffs. You could carve our schedule into two halves with the Pats in the middle and see that we had to rack up wins early because they would be much harder starting at the Pats.

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Honestly?  We've had 4 one score games, including against the best opponent we've faced and arguably one of the best teams we'll face all year.  If this team gets a little healthier, they can hang with anyone.  If Rhule and Co can figure out a way to make fuging halftime adjustments we might even surprise some teams.  This team has a lot of talent.

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I'm not giving up on us.  I say we still finish 9-8.  Three game winning streak coming up.  Bills, Cards, and Buccs look head and shoulders above us but any given Sunday.  Saints, Falcons and Giants don't scare me at all.  

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9 hours ago, mav1234 said:

Honestly?  We've had 4 one score games, including against the best opponent we've faced and arguably one of the best teams we'll face all year.  If this team gets a little healthier, they can hang with anyone.  If Rhule and Co can figure out a way to make fuging halftime adjustments we might even surprise some teams.  This team has a lot of talent.

I think the problem is we said the same thing last year after the Chiefs game. 

I'm ready for us to get over the hump and win some of these. 

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13 minutes ago, Call Me James said:

I think the problem is we said the same thing last year after the Chiefs game. 

I'm ready for us to get over the hump and win some of these. 

The one difference is we saw the offense go hard and tie up the game in the 4th quarter and force overtime last game.  That is new, something impossible last year regardless of opponent... and in a couple other games our D just needed one more stop to give our O a shot at finishing a comeback or leading a win...

I do believe the D is the strength of this team and with a few players getting right, we might get that one last stop.

But I know I'm being optimistic and that's asking a lot for what we have on offense.   Maybe it's just my own desire to finally win more close games, but we will see.

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