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Tim Hassleback thinks patience not panic for Panthers

On sportscenter they just had this panic or patience with the 0-3 and 1-2 teams & Hassleback said we should be patient. He said we have Washington, Buffalo, & Tampa, games he thinks we should win & we will be 3-3. Thoughts?


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Re: Tim Hassleback thinks patience not panic for Panthers

Probably accurate.  I mean Dallas is all happy bc they have wins over two 0-3 teams (one of them being us :smh:) maybe what we need is a good ol fashion scrimmage against some scrubs and hope that we are not one of these said scrubs.  Which I do not think we are but getting harder to tell.

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I agree and the way that AZ is playing we may even be 4-3, but I was hoping that we would win last night and be looking at 5-2.  Looking at ATL next 4 games the could be right there with us at 4-3 or even 3-4 because they have a couple tough home games and road games in October.  We should win our next three games, but until we can start winning games against tough opponents we don't have a prayer.


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Re: Tim Hassleback thinks patience not panic for Panthers

I think we have a great shot at going 3-3, and I think we will go 3-3, but heres the thing: after Wash, @TB, Buff, we gotta go up against @AZ, @NO, ATL. This takes us to wk 11 at home against the Dolphins, who will be without Chad Pannington, the most accurate passer in the history of the NFL. I believe after the Dolphins game, we will be 5-5. Then the schedule gets really tough: @NYJ, TB, @NE, Minn, @NYG, NO. IMO, It looks like we'll go 7-9 this year.

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Re: Tim Hassleback thinks patience not panic for Panthers

I think that we have a shot against ATL at home and AZ.  More so if AZ keeps playing like they are.  So best case senario we could be looking at 5-4 and then a game against Miami, which should be a win with Pennington gone again-Maybe he will win comeback player next year again.  I see us at 6-4 at week 11 going against the Jets-Loss, TB-Win, NE-Loss, Minn-Loss, NYG-Loss, NO-Win cause they be resting their starters. That puts us at 8-8, which is about right for our history.

This is all depending on what we look like right now.  Things seem to change for us after a bye.  So maybe we will change into a dominant team because we are not one now.


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Re: Tim Hassleback thinks patience not panic for Panthers

What?!? A shimmer of positive thinking from reporter? Am I hearing this right? Wow-what is happening here? I almost dreaded coming on here today because of the negativity but reporter you have impressed me son-


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Patience?!?!?  I read somewhere that including the preseason, the Panthers have lost their last 8 games...that's f'n absurd.  My patience is about gone.


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