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  • carolinablue wrote:
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    carolinablue wrote:Well if you wanted fly big flags might should have won more games in season...just saying.




    We don't all get to play in the NFC south.

    True.

    Did you know that the NFC South and AFC East tied for most wins for a division this year? Little known fact.


    Coincidence that the cross over games for each were the AFC South and the NFC East?
    The 2 weakest divisions (by far) this year? Not to mention Carolina was the only team in their division with a winning record so its not like the NFC South was some gauntlet this year.

    Look - I think Carolina has a great team and deserves Home Field advantage and all the respect that comes with 15 wins. Bringing up a very weak schedule is valid but 15 wins is still impressive.

    Throw all that out the window on Sunday though. This game is a true toss up, IMO and a case can be made for either team winning.
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  • And back on topic - this rule is dumb. How about you let fans be fans and keep your star players from ripping down a sign they bring in? As long as its not distracting and someone is flying a flag in the middle of a play so people behind them can't see then whats the harm?
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  • marymoorhawk wrote:And back on topic - this rule is dumb. How about you let fans be fans and keep your star players from ripping down a sign they bring in? As long as its not distracting and someone is flying a flag in the middle of a play so people behind them can't see then whats the harm?


    Opposing team flags hurt Cam's feelings...that's the harm. Superman with hurt feelings can't be Superman.
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  • Can was kind of childish for ripping down the sign, but I don't think it's a big deal he didn't get fined. He probably got a warning. If he did it again, he would undoubtedly be fined.

    Not sure why Hawk fans are complaining about the flag rule. If the Seahawks made this rule we wouldn't be disagreeing with it.
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  • rideaducati wrote:
    marymoorhawk wrote:And back on topic - this rule is dumb. How about you let fans be fans and keep your star players from ripping down a sign they bring in? As long as its not distracting and someone is flying a flag in the middle of a play so people behind them can't see then whats the harm?


    Opposing team flags hurt Cam's feelings...that's the harm. Superman with hurt feelings can't be Superman.


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  • drdiags wrote:Too bad. Maybe I am just a spoiled sport but I wouldn't want a big Steelers/9ers/any team's flag hanging from the stadium walls at the CLink. I laughed at the Packers fan and if any Seahawks fans get their flag confiscated, I will feel bad for them but I agree 100% with the Panthers on this.

    You can visit but don't bring no stinking furniture with you.


    Not a spoiled sport at all.

    You are by far one of the most reasonable posters on the forum!
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  • SPIRITOF12 wrote:
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    Aw Mang wrote:^^so Carolina is scared of the Packers?


    Cam took down a packer fans banner before that game. Took it into the locker room and threw it away, so they made a rule change on flags and banners that visiting team fans can bring in. It was all over the news.


    Thank you for reminding us of that incident. Another reminder of why I don't like Cam.


    Don't forget about this douchebag move. He's lucky he didn't hurt that guy's arm/shoulder, or that it wasn't some kid being pulled into/over the railing.



    I have no problem with stadiums enforcing a size rule on signs or flags (that aren't hung along the wall), but it should apply to both sides as they can be very distracting to people sitting behind you. Visiting fans should have just as much of a right to support their team as the home fans. Don't like it? Buy more tickets so it can't happen.
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  • marymoorhawk wrote:
    carolinablue wrote:
    Hawkpower wrote:
    carolinablue wrote:Well if you wanted fly big flags might should have won more games in season...just saying.




    We don't all get to play in the NFC south.

    True.

    Did you know that the NFC South and AFC East tied for most wins for a division this year? Little known fact.


    Coincidence that the cross over games for each were the AFC South and the NFC East?
    The 2 weakest divisions (by far) this year? Not to mention Carolina was the only team in their division with a winning record so its not like the NFC South was some gauntlet this year.

    Look - I think Carolina has a great team and deserves Home Field advantage and all the respect that comes with 15 wins. Bringing up a very weak schedule is valid but 15 wins is still impressive.

    Throw all that out the window on Sunday though. This game is a true toss up, IMO and a case can be made for either team winning.

    Ever think that maybe why the NFC East and AFC South looked so bad was because they had to play the NFC South and AFC East? I mean that could have had something to do with it no? And for the record I DO think Seattle had a tougher schedule but we also haven't lost to a team under .500 which your team has.

    All that said, I agree that we can throw out the regular season as far as determining who is going to win this game. Personally I think that the pendulum has swung to our side and will be on our side for the next few years. This weekend will tell.
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  • carolinablue wrote:
    marymoorhawk wrote:
    carolinablue wrote:
    Hawkpower wrote:


    We don't all get to play in the NFC south.

    True.

    Did you know that the NFC South and AFC East tied for most wins for a division this year? Little known fact.


    Coincidence that the cross over games for each were the AFC South and the NFC East?
    The 2 weakest divisions (by far) this year? Not to mention Carolina was the only team in their division with a winning record so its not like the NFC South was some gauntlet this year.

    Look - I think Carolina has a great team and deserves Home Field advantage and all the respect that comes with 15 wins. Bringing up a very weak schedule is valid but 15 wins is still impressive.

    Throw all that out the window on Sunday though. This game is a true toss up, IMO and a case can be made for either team winning.

    Ever think that maybe why the NFC East and AFC South looked so bad was because they had to play the NFC South and AFC East? I mean that could have had something to do with it no? And for the record I DO think Seattle had a tougher schedule but we also haven't lost to a team under .500 which your team has.

    All that said, I agree that we can throw out the regular season as far as determining who is going to win this game. Personally I think that the pendulum has swung to our side and will be on our side for the next few years. This weekend will tell.


    Either way you look at it, the NFC East and AFC South we're awful and most of the NFC South was right there with them. Congrats on beating EVERY horrible defense in the league this season. All it has done is give your team a false confidence that will be yanked right out from under you on Sunday.
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  • carolinablue wrote:Ever think that maybe why the NFC East and AFC South looked so bad was because they had to play the NFC South and AFC East? I mean that could have had something to do with it no? And for the record I DO think Seattle had a tougher schedule but we also haven't lost to a team under .500 which your team has.

    All that said, I agree that we can throw out the regular season as far as determining who is going to win this game. Personally I think that the pendulum has swung to our side and will be on our side for the next few years. This weekend will tell.


    Sure I considered it. Then the playoffs handled and the playoffs proved beyond a doubt that our impressions that the NFC East and AFC South were putrid were right all along. Look at what happened to the Houston Texans and how a Green Bay team that was vulnerable to the press-man because it's receivers can't get separation still manhandles a Washington team that clearly didn't belong in the playoffs either.

    FWIW both Houston and Washington were "9-7" "winning" teams.
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  • Hawkpower wrote:
    carolinablue wrote:
    Hawkpower wrote:
    carolinablue wrote:Well if you wanted fly big flags might should have won more games in season...just saying.




    We don't all get to play in the NFC south.

    True.

    Did you know that the NFC South and AFC East tied for most wins for a division this year? Little known fact.




    Playing the AFC south certainly helped that, didnt it?

    I prefer to see that the NFC West put two teams in the playoffs.....once again.

    Much better barometer.


    Okay I see, since you have 2 of the worst teams in the league in your division, it makes sense the top 2 would get in.
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  • 253hawk wrote:
    SPIRITOF12 wrote:
    FearTheBlitz wrote:
    Aw Mang wrote:^^so Carolina is scared of the Packers?


    Cam took down a packer fans banner before that game. Took it into the locker room and threw it away, so they made a rule change on flags and banners that visiting team fans can bring in. It was all over the news.


    Thank you for reminding us of that incident. Another reminder of why I don't like Cam.


    Don't forget about this douchebag move. He's lucky he didn't hurt that guy's arm/shoulder, or that it wasn't some kid being pulled into/over the railing.



    I have no problem with stadiums enforcing a size rule on signs or flags (that aren't hung along the wall), but it should apply to both sides as they can be very distracting to people sitting behind you. Visiting fans should have just as much of a right to support their team as the home fans. Don't like it? Buy more tickets so it can't happen.


    What a tool.
    That's twice now he's done that.
    Could you imagine anyone on the Seahawks doing that? Of course you can't.
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  • Polaris wrote:
    carolinablue wrote:Ever think that maybe why the NFC East and AFC South looked so bad was because they had to play the NFC South and AFC East? I mean that could have had something to do with it no? And for the record I DO think Seattle had a tougher schedule but we also haven't lost to a team under .500 which your team has.

    All that said, I agree that we can throw out the regular season as far as determining who is going to win this game. Personally I think that the pendulum has swung to our side and will be on our side for the next few years. This weekend will tell.


    Sure I considered it. Then the playoffs handled and the playoffs proved beyond a doubt that our impressions that the NFC East and AFC South were putrid were right all along. Look at what happened to the Houston Texans and how a Green Bay team that was vulnerable to the press-man because it's receivers can't get separation still manhandles a Washington team that clearly didn't belong in the playoffs either.

    FWIW both Houston and Washington were "9-7" "winning" teams.

    Fair enough. So Seattle should beat us by 14 then right?
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  • ZorntoLargent wrote:What a tool.
    That's twice now he's done that.
    Could you imagine anyone on the Seahawks doing that? Of course you can't.
    Our house. Our rules.
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  • carolinablue wrote:
    Polaris wrote:
    carolinablue wrote:Ever think that maybe why the NFC East and AFC South looked so bad was because they had to play the NFC South and AFC East? I mean that could have had something to do with it no? And for the record I DO think Seattle had a tougher schedule but we also haven't lost to a team under .500 which your team has.

    All that said, I agree that we can throw out the regular season as far as determining who is going to win this game. Personally I think that the pendulum has swung to our side and will be on our side for the next few years. This weekend will tell.


    Sure I considered it. Then the playoffs handled and the playoffs proved beyond a doubt that our impressions that the NFC East and AFC South were putrid were right all along. Look at what happened to the Houston Texans and how a Green Bay team that was vulnerable to the press-man because it's receivers can't get separation still manhandles a Washington team that clearly didn't belong in the playoffs either.

    FWIW both Houston and Washington were "9-7" "winning" teams.

    Fair enough. So Seattle should beat us by 14 then right?


    Don't put words in my mouth. I don't appreciate it. I *do* think Seattle wins, but I also think it will be close (because Seattle-Carolina games almost always are) and both teams are really good. I am simply pointing out that IMHO Carolina's record got inflated by weak competition. That isn't Carolina's fault. It is what it is, but the regular season is over. Now it's settled on the field....as it should be.
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  • carolinablue wrote:
    ZorntoLargent wrote:What a tool.
    That's twice now he's done that.
    Could you imagine anyone on the Seahawks doing that? Of course you can't.
    Our house. Our rules.


    Never in question. That said the rule is weak-sauce, and IMHO it was done to prevent your QB from being held accountable for his misbehavior in that regard.
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  • francois.nc wrote:
    Hawkpower wrote:
    carolinablue wrote:
    Hawkpower wrote:

    We don't all get to play in the NFC south.

    True.

    Did you know that the NFC South and AFC East tied for most wins for a division this year? Little known fact.




    Playing the AFC south certainly helped that, didnt it?

    I prefer to see that the NFC West put two teams in the playoffs.....once again.

    Much better barometer.


    Okay I see, since you have 2 of the worst teams in the league in your division, it makes sense the top 2 would get in.


    I think you should look at the draft order...you might notice your division picking THREE times in the first 17 picks...which team had the worst teams in their division? I notice a LOT of teams that were on the Prancer schedule picking quite early too. Tough road for the Prancers this year.
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  • I'd be absolutely ashamed of this if I were a Panthers fan.
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  • francois.nc wrote:Okay I see, since you have 2 of the worst teams in the league in your division, it makes sense the top 2 would get in.


    Say what? San Fransisco I grant you. That team has been a dumpster fire since last year (blame the Yorks). Even so I can name at least two franchises that are worse (Cleveland and Tennessee say hello). Not the Rams. The Rams aren't great but they are nowhere near the bottom of the league. Point in fact the Rams' big problem is they have been persistently average for YEARS [and how does Fisher still have a job? The world wonders.]
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  • Polaris wrote:
    carolinablue wrote:
    ZorntoLargent wrote:What a tool.
    That's twice now he's done that.
    Could you imagine anyone on the Seahawks doing that? Of course you can't.
    Our house. Our rules.


    Never in question. That said the rule is weak-sauce, and IMHO it was done to prevent your QB from being held accountable for his misbehavior in that regard.
    Just out of curiosity because I genuinely do not know...if we were to be playing at your house this week would I be able to hang an 8'x10' Carolina banner inside the stadium?
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  • carolinablue wrote:And for the record I DO think Seattle had a tougher schedule but we also haven't lost to a team under .500 which your team has.


    It really doesn't count when we lose to the Rams. In fact, losing to the Rams is a sign that all is well with the Seahawks.
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  • Polaris wrote:
    carolinablue wrote:
    ZorntoLargent wrote:What a tool.
    That's twice now he's done that.
    Could you imagine anyone on the Seahawks doing that? Of course you can't.
    Our house. Our rules.


    Never in question. That said the rule is weak-sauce, and IMHO it was done to prevent your QB from being held accountable for his misbehavior in that regard.


    It's likely they did it to avoid a lawsuit when Douche Dabber inevitably destroys someone's property or hurts them in the process. It's not good enough to win a game at home and celebrate with his team and the fans, he has to go out of his way to be an a-hole to the visitors.
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  • fenderbender123 wrote:
    carolinablue wrote:And for the record I DO think Seattle had a tougher schedule but we also haven't lost to a team under .500 which your team has.


    It really doesn't count when we lose to the Rams. In fact, losing to the Rams is a sign that all is well with the Seahawks.


    Not only that but I think most would rate the Rams as a better team than the Falcons record notwithstanding. Look at what happened when Tampa Bay collided with St Louis.
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  • carolinablue wrote:
    Polaris wrote:
    carolinablue wrote:
    ZorntoLargent wrote:What a tool.
    That's twice now he's done that.
    Could you imagine anyone on the Seahawks doing that? Of course you can't.
    Our house. Our rules.


    Never in question. That said the rule is weak-sauce, and IMHO it was done to prevent your QB from being held accountable for his misbehavior in that regard.
    Just out of curiosity because I genuinely do not know...if we were to be playing at your house this week would I be able to hang an 8'x10' Carolina banner inside the stadium?


    If you hold it up by yourself and don't block anyone's view... But only an idiot would try to even get in with an 8'x10' banner. Overreact much?
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  • You can bring in and hold a banner that size, but you can't hang it. As far as I know there's no limit on the size, but it's still at the whim of stadium discretion. Act like a jack-ass with it and they'd probably ask you to put it away.

    The only reason the Green Bay banner was hanging was because it was during pre-game and the guy was an out-of-town fan who wanted the Packers to see it and go over to sign it; he was going to remove it before the game started.
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  • carolinablue wrote:Well if you wanted fly big flags might should have won more games in season...just saying.


    Whew..Sure glad my kids don't take English classes in Carolina...
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  • We don't all get to play in the NFC south.[/quote]
    True.

    Did you know that the NFC South and AFC East tied for most wins for a division this year? Little known fact.[/quote]



    Playing the AFC south certainly helped that, didnt it?

    I prefer to see that the NFC West put two teams in the playoffs.....once again.

    Much better barometer.[/quote]

    Okay I see, since you have 2 of the worst teams in the league in your division, it makes sense the top 2 would get in.[/quote]








    The rams would be in 2nd place in your division with ease.

    ONE team in your division with a winning record.....of course I guess that is one more than finished with one last year huh?
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  • This coming from the region your team represents that has such good taste in flags.
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  • sc85sis wrote:
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    carolinablue wrote:Well if you wanted fly big flags might should have won more games in season...just saying.


    What?

    Translation: "Nanny, nanny boo boo! We're better than you are!"

    At least that's how it sounded in my head while reading.


    Maybe he was talking about these?
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  • FearTheBlitz wrote:
    Aw Mang wrote:^^so Carolina is scared of the Packers?


    Cam took down a packer fans banner before that game. Took it into the locker room and threw it away, so they made a rule change on flags and banners that visiting team fans can bring in. It was all over the news.


    I can see why that raised alarm bells. The whispers have finally all died away from the last time Cam took somebody else's stuff to his room. No need to remind anybody about that stuff!
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  • canfan wrote:
    FearTheBlitz wrote:
    Aw Mang wrote:^^so Carolina is scared of the Packers?


    Cam took down a packer fans banner before that game. Took it into the locker room and threw it away, so they made a rule change on flags and banners that visiting team fans can bring in. It was all over the news.


    I can see why that raised alarm bells. The whispers have finally all died away from the last time Cam took somebody else's stuff to his room. No need to remind anybody about that stuff!


    Is that what the guy was talking about when he mentioned Theives avenue or whatever it was?
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  • carolinablue wrote:
    Polaris wrote:
    carolinablue wrote:
    ZorntoLargent wrote:What a tool.
    That's twice now he's done that.
    Could you imagine anyone on the Seahawks doing that? Of course you can't.
    Our house. Our rules.


    Never in question. That said the rule is weak-sauce, and IMHO it was done to prevent your QB from being held accountable for his misbehavior in that regard.
    Just out of curiosity because I genuinely do not know...if we were to be playing at your house this week would I be able to hang an 8'x10' Carolina banner inside the stadium?


    Sure, but some jerk would probably tear it down.
    But I can promise you, our QB wouldn't come tear it down. He has class and isn't bothered by anything so petty.
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  • Aw Mang wrote:
    carolinablue wrote:Well if you wanted fly big flags might should have won more games in season...just saying.

    lol lame.



    Man's got a point. We're in Carolina this sunday, because we pissed away how many 4th quarter leads early on?
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  • That's on the team. Don't punish the fans and their ability and willingness to support them for it.
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  • hawker84 wrote:
    Aw Mang wrote:
    carolinablue wrote:Well if you wanted fly big flags might should have won more games in season...just saying.

    lol lame.



    Man's got a point. We're in Carolina this sunday, because we pissed away how many 4th quarter leads early on?


    Five, but that has nothing to do with the Carolinas' obsession with flags.
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  • The rams would be in 2nd place in your division with ease.

    ONE team in your division with a winning record.....of course I guess that is one more than finished with one last year huh?


    Kind of funny since you were the first team to do it in NFL history in 2010.... I guess we are just taking after you guys, except for the 15-1 part. Since you didn't do that the following year.
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  • francois.nc wrote:
    The rams would be in 2nd place in your division with ease.

    ONE team in your division with a winning record.....of course I guess that is one more than finished with one last year huh?


    Kind of funny since you were the first team to do it in NFL history in 2010.... I guess we are just taking after you guys, except for the 15-1 part. Since you didn't do that the following year.


    See what the easiest schedule in the league does for average teams? Do you know what the last ten teams with the easiest schedule in the league all have in common? They all lost in the playoffs. Your season ends Sunday.
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  • I had a hawks flag in the front row of the 200 level behind the goalposts in Minnesota on Sunday and when I hung it over the rail and out of everyone's way, the Vikings fans ALL made me aware that I was not allowed to hang a flag over the rail. People get pretty pissy about enemy flags.

    Still though, F Cam for being a D-bag. Lets roll these clowns.
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  • Speaking of flags, does Carolina fly the US flag, or the other flag? :stirthepot:
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  • rideaducati wrote:
    If you hold it up by yourself and don't block anyone's view... But only an idiot would try to even get in with an 8'x10' banner. Overreact much?

    Well the banner that Cam tore down wasn't much smaller than that and he got in. I think his might have been 4'x8'. Could I bring that in and hang it from the side like he did at our place?
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  • rideaducati wrote:
    hawker84 wrote:
    Aw Mang wrote:
    carolinablue wrote:Well if you wanted fly big flags might should have won more games in season...just saying.

    lol lame.



    Man's got a point. We're in Carolina this sunday, because we pissed away how many 4th quarter leads early on?


    Five, but that has nothing to do with the Carolinas' obsession with flags.
    That dude that had his banner tore down just better be glad he wasn't in Philly. I've been to game's in Philly and they aren't quite as nice as Carolina fans are.
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  • carolinablue wrote:
    rideaducati wrote:
    If you hold it up by yourself and don't block anyone's view... But only an idiot would try to even get in with an 8'x10' banner. Overreact much?

    Well the banner that Cam tore down wasn't much smaller than that and he got in. I think his might have been 4'x8'. Could I bring that in and hang it from the side like he did at our place?


    All I know is, Russell Wilson wouldn't steal it and throw it in a trashcan like Cam Newton did.
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  • carolinablue wrote:
    Hawkpower wrote:
    carolinablue wrote:Well if you wanted fly big flags might should have won more games in season...just saying.




    We don't all get to play in the NFC south.

    True.

    Did you know that the NFC South and AFC East tied for most wins for a division this year? Little known fact.



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  • Melencause wrote:
    carolinablue wrote:
    Hawkpower wrote:
    carolinablue wrote:Well if you wanted fly big flags might should have won more games in season...just saying.




    We don't all get to play in the NFC south.

    True.

    Did you know that the NFC South and AFC East tied for most wins for a division this year? Little known fact.



    ^ When you feel adequate for the first time in your life.


    Carolina's right up there with Tennessee as the armpit of the NFL, so let the dog have it's day.
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  • Hawkaholic wrote:
    sc85sis wrote:
    potatohead wrote:
    carolinablue wrote:Well if you wanted fly big flags might should have won more games in season...just saying.


    What?

    Translation: "Nanny, nanny boo boo! We're better than you are!"

    At least that's how it sounded in my head while reading.


    Maybe he was talking about these?

    Well we do have 6 division championships and 1 NFC Conference championship in 20 years. I'd say that's not too shabby.
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  • carolinablue wrote:Five, but that has nothing to do with the Carolinas' obsession with flags.
    That dude that had his banner tore down just better be glad he wasn't in Philly. I've been to game's in Philly and they aren't quite as nice as Carolina fans are.[/quote]

    Wasn't it Philly fans that threw snowballs and batteries at Santa?
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  • Laloosh wrote:
    Wasn't it Philly fans that threw snowballs and batteries at Santa?
    Yeah LOL. Want to talk about a bunch of losers. I was never so ready to be out of a stadium as I was that one. Oh and I wasn't there when the Santa thing happened.
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  • So one 24"x24" "1" Flag and one 24"x24" "2" flag side by side.... problem solved
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  • peachesenregalia wrote:LOL, sounds like we're already in their heads.


    This is 2016, buddy.
    Last edited by Uncle Si on Wed Jan 13, 2016 10:45 am, edited 1 time in total.
    Reason: Pack it in...
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  • I had to take down my 12 flag that was on the rail at the Super Bowl in AZ. The Super Bowl!!!!!!!! Must be a trend???? You pay $1200 on a neutral field and you can't put up a flag to support your team???? NFL might becoming lame. I blame the interception on this lone fact!
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