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Dear David Tepper


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Here's your chance to sound off, folks...

This thread is about telling Panthers owner David Tepper online what you wish you could tell him in person. How you feel about the team, the staff, his ownership, whatever.

is he going to see it? No, but it can be therapeutic to let it out anyway.

My one suggestion: Try really hard to rise above the level of "you suck, you're a dumbass, you should sell the team and only a--holes put ketchup on steak" and instead say something that, while it may not necessarily be constructive is at least rational and sounds intelligent.

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Yeah, I know what this'll likely devolve into but what the hell, I thought I'd give it a shot anyway 😕

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7 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

“My one suggestion: Try really hard to rise above the level of "you suck, you're a dumbass, you should sell the team and only a--holes put ketchup on steak" and instead say something that, while it may not necessarily be constructiveis at least rational and sounds intelligent.”

Yeah, no, he doesn’t deserve that for what he’s done to the only football team I care about and spend my hard earned money on.

fug you you fat, bald, bitch. Lather those brass balls of yours in ketchup and shove them up your ass.

Oh yeah one more thing. Can I have a million dollars?

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Just now, hepcat said:

I think we've all sounded off as much as we can already. No point in saying anything else.

Disagree. I think there's plenty to say, especially given the fact that to this point Tepper has said nothing at all.

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Dave, you bought a mediocre franchise that never achieved consistent success but did have sporadic success. You promised that you wouldn't settle for mediocrity. Well, you haven't. You've turned us into a doormat and a laughing stock. Keeping Rhule isn't refusing to settle for mediocrity. It's settling for being a bottom feeder. Your best "success" as an owner came in your first season before you began putting your stamp on the football side of the organization. Since then, it's just gotten worse and worse. The stamp you put on the football organization:

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Dear Mr Tepper:

As a big believer in analytics, surely you've seen the numbers indicating that in the last 30 years NFL coaches who start with two losing seasons at a team fail to achieve success at that team.  In fact, by nearly every measure available, our coach has us in a position that the odds tell us are so astronomically stacked against him as to be laughable.

Why then would we show faith in a coach who would need cut so far against the grain in order to achieve what you've said is our team goal?

 

 

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17 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

Disagree. I think there's plenty to say, especially given the fact that to this point Tepper has said nothing at all.

What else needs to be said? He knows the fans aren't happy with his decisions. That's why he hasn't said anything. Nothing is going to change.

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Dear Dave, I miss seeing you out and about, friendly with the fans and the community.  What changed bro?

I guess I'll look for you to appear around time for the Charlotte FC debut.  Don't forget you own an NFL team too, and if you haven't checked lately, they are at a historically low point in their existence.  Please fix this. 

Admit Rhule is an incompetent fug stick who has destroyed the Ferrari you gave him the keys to, without so much as a drivers license to prove he could even start the thing.   Yes, shame on you for giving him the keys but for God's sake take them back before he kills more people.

 

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Dear Dave,

I feel like I can call you Dave because you and me are so alike. I'd like to meet you one day, it would be great to talk investing. I know I can't invest as fast as you but I think you'd be impressed with my speed. I love your hair, you invest fast. Did you have a good relationship with your father? Me neither. These are all things we can talk about and more. I know you have not been getting my letters because I know you would write back if you did. I hope you write back this time, and we can become good friends. I am sure our relationship would be a real Touchdown!

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