Actually since the Panthers have been in existence (95), they have just as many Super Bowl wins and appearances as the Bears. And quite frankly the Bears havent been there since they won in 85-86. So from a percentage stand point the Panthers are better than the Bears.panthers20chicago17? how many superbowls does carolina have? how many times have they been there?
that's what i thought .... u beat us at your home with 3 minutes to play. or did the bears bet themselves. u can take pride in your team, but, what its been in the league 5 years? maybe more, but, BEARS, now thats a team to root for, win or lose. whats init for you, your team smells like a cat box.
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#23 Sep 17, 2008
oh and before you Bears fans start getting upset, let me clarify. The Panthers have just as many wins and appearances as the Bears over the same time frame.
#24 Sep 18, 2008
Quite frankly - Super Bowl XLI the Bears played the Colts on Feb 4 2007
Quite Frankly -
this is the type of DESPARATE CHATTER that comes from NEEDY people.
The condition is called CO-DEPENDENCE-
--you are only validated through the approval of others.
Good news though!...the help you "NEEDY need is available through your local mental health professionals. Keep the prozac patch on!
#25 Sep 18, 2008
Fellas and Ladies:
Its not about being a cry baby...we get it. You guys have a couple of thugs on the team and we spotted you 14 points and came back and whupped you. That's what we say in the south.."whupped"..me ans "whipped".."cru shed"..."beat up on"...
And yes, we hope we do see you in the playoffs - we should be there - not sure about you guys. Sorry about the ribs Hester...
Later dudes.we're on to bigger and better things!
#26 Sep 19, 2008
The fact that you are posting on a Chicago newspaper site indicates you are need something, something in the form of a response, an acknowledgement of sorts , a validation... something that is absent in you. It's ok- this is a treatable condition. Co-Dependancy is well-known in the Mental health field...probably even in the hills o 'Carolina!
#27 Sep 19, 2008
No fine for Lance Briggs
By Vaughn McClure, 6:59 p.m.
Lance Briggs will not be suspended or fined for his hit on Carolina quarterback Jake Delhomme, according to NFL sources.
The NFL said Delhomme slid late and Briggs had already committed to his diving tackle, and that it was not a foul.
No penalty was called on the play, but Delhomme sprung up and animatedly called for a flag. After the game, former Bears receiver Muhsin Muhammadnow with the Pantherssuggested that Briggs should receive a fine.
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