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How prepared are you for another hilariously miserable season?


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On 6/21/2022 at 7:40 PM, top dawg said:

My expectations are relatively low, and as I realize that anything can happen, I'm mentally prepared for another wreck of a season. That being said, I'm guardedly optimistic that we can be better than last season.

I think its a 2-12 win total type of deal. The average between those numbers is 8 and thats where Im at currently.....

IF IFififififi CMC stays healthy and has a pre-contract yr, improved OL, Rhule has his 3rd year magic, fastest defensive is also leading the league in TOs, Burns breakout and has 15+ sacks along with tons of hurries/pressures, Chinn becomes a game changer with Wilks guidance, TMJ DJMoore Anderson play up to their potential with a breakout season from Ian "got my bag" thomas...... all can happen, but only need a few and this team is changeling for one of the last playoff spots even with the HC and QBs on the team. 

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On 6/21/2022 at 5:00 AM, hepcat said:

So how prepared are you as a Panthers fan for another miserable 5 win season? 

I’d say I’m a pretty jaded fan these days, maybe more than the casual fan. I haven’t been positive about this team since Matt Rhule was hired, I’ll admit that.

I’m 100% expecting another terrible season and totally prepared. I have no intentions of going to a game and I already have plans on a few Sundays this fall, something I would never do in the past. I’d prioritize watching the Panthers. 

To me, unless Matt Corral surprises everyone and turns out to be a viable starting QB, the offense is going no where. The defense is still going to have issues stopping the run. It just seems like a year where the wheels completely come off and the season ends much like 2019 did with a team that doesn’t even field a team that wants to be there by the end of the season. 

But that’s just me. I think this time next year we’re all talking about a highly drafted rookie QB and a new coaching staff and I’ll be a lot less negative (hopefully)

 

Thanks for the post. You’re like the depressed donkey from Whinny the Poo. Go outside, find a girlfriend/boyfriend. Call someone. 

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16 hours ago, Basbear said:

I think its a 2-12 win total type of deal. The average between those numbers is 8 and thats where Im at currently.....

IF IFififififi CMC stays healthy and has a pre-contract yr, improved OL, Rhule has his 3rd year magic, fastest defensive is also leading the league in TOs, Burns breakout and has 15+ sacks along with tons of hurries/pressures, Chinn becomes a game changer with Wilks guidance, TMJ DJMoore Anderson play up to their potential with a breakout season from Ian "got my bag" thomas...... all can happen, but only need a few and this team is changeling for one of the last playoff spots even with the HC and QBs on the team. 

All of this is fine, but we arent winning many games without competent QB play, which I did not see you mention. 

Sam turning the ball over more than he scores TDs is not a winning recipe.

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If the O-line plays well, and the QB's play well due to good O-line play we could have a decent team for once. Really not sure how our team will do thsi season. I don't feel as if Rhule is the answer at all but if certain players gel and play well it could affect others across the team and end up making us have a pretty good season. I just hope young players develop and it is a good year for low injuries to really see what these guys have in them.

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