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Thats good news for them, Perhaps your Defense will not look at as soft as it did in the preseason.

only dumb *** mo fvckers like you and joe horn think they learned something from pre season.....how many times do we have to bring up the fact the lions scored 80 somethin g points and went 4-0 last year before you crack babies stop bringing up how teams look in the pre season? serious question

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only dumb *** mo fvckers like you and joe horn think they learned something from pre season.....how many times do we have to bring up the fact the lions scored 80 somethin g points and went 4-0 last year before you crack babies stop bringing up how teams look in the pre season? serious question

so because u said preseason means nothing we can't talk about it. Ok right

Hey you want to know something else about preseason.

Only one team has ever won a superbowl after going 0-4 in the preseason.

A little fun fact for u there. I'm sure that trend will continue.

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only dumb *** mo fvckers like you and joe horn think they learned something from pre season.....how many times do we have to bring up the fact the lions scored 80 somethin g points and went 4-0 last year before you crack babies stop bringing up how teams look in the pre season? serious question

What does the Detroit Lions have to do with the Carolina Panthers?

You = bandwagon fan... only come and talk shyt after your team wins the south, and once the panthers lose this season you'll be gone!

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only dumb *** mo fvckers like you and joe horn think they learned something from pre season.....how many times do we have to bring up the fact the lions scored 80 somethin g points and went 4-0 last year before you crack babies stop bringing up how teams look in the pre season? serious question

TELL US HOW YOU REALLY FEEL!! :lol:

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That's great news.

I hope the Panthers make an example out of the Eagles in week 1. Nothing will fully erase the memory of last years playoff blunder, but the Panthers destroying one of the 09 Paper Champions will help a lot.

THE PANTHERS DEFEND THEIR HOME TURF PRETTY GOOD. (playoff game not withstanding)

TURN THOSE "BEAST BACKS" A LOOSE ON THEM ...... they won't know what hit'em. :rolleyes:

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Honestly, it was not a realistic view by many panther fans of what went down that day. We were in a game and you guys were totally out of a game, not a fact that any panther fan is willing to admit to my knowledge?

No, we just weren't willing to shovel accolades on the Falcons for losing a playoff game. It's not that we're not willing to admit it, it's just that, ultimately, how close the game supposedly was or wasn't doesn't mean anything to anyone that's not a Falcons fan.

Do you think anyone in the Panthers fan base honestly thinks the loss against Arizona was anything other than an enormous failure? The sports media has spent the entire offseason dumping **** on the Panthers and Delhomme-trust me, we've heard.

The NFL season starts today, and the NFC South's season starts on Sunday. I am not thinking about what happened eight months ago, not right now.

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Honestly, it was not a realistic view by many panther fans of what went down that day. We were in a game and you guys were totally out of a game, not a fact that any panther fan is willing to admit to my knowledge?

Of course the Panthers played a very very bad game against the Cardinals. Why applaud another team for losing though? The Falcons gave the Cardinals all the momentum they needed to steamroll the Panthers and Eagles. Why give out a "Congrats!" to that?

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Not for a Brooking bonehead play bucman we probably pull out the game on the road...panthers at home was horriffic! If that was the way they were going to represent they they may as well lost to the saints and given the Falcons the home game...which would've been a much different outcome at home. Don't worry we won't make that mistake this season...Falcons gain HFA this season!

A loss is a loss is a loss is a loss is a loss. And nobody in the NFL will tell you differently. Carolina fans aren't the ones with an unrealistic viewpoint, apparently.

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they they may as well lost to the saints and given the Falcons the home game...which would've been a much different outcome at home.

COULDA WOULDA SHOULDA :lol:

If the Falcons were good enough, they would have EARNED home field advantage, but your disapointing loss on the road should've proven to you otherwise. Of course it's much easier to just pin it all on Brooking, since he's gone. :rolleyes:

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