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An Introduction to The Panther Playbook

Welcome to The Panther Playbook, a blog about the Carolina Panthers (and sometimes the rest of the NFL) from a fan’s perspective. I guess the best way to get started would be to discuss what this blog will be about.

This is NOT an official blog of any sort. I do not claim to have any “inside track” to the Panthers or the NFL. I don’t have and don’t intend to have “sources”, because I don’t need them. It’s not my job to report any breaking news – that’s left up to ESPN, Sports Illustrated, Sporting News, etc. – I’m not a journalist, and I won’t pretend to be one.

I’ve read blogs in the past that claimed to have the inside scoop, and those claims may have been true, or they could have been total horse crap – I will never know, but I don’t make those claims because I don’t have the ability to back them up. So, I choose to be a blogger who talks about his favorite team from an everyday fan’s perspective – nothing more, nothing less.

What you will read here is a football fan’s take on what he sees from his team on a day to day basis. I will discuss players, games, injuries, rumors, roster moves, etc. with the point of view of an avid fan, and I will always give a fair and honest perspective on any topic that I choose to cover.

With that being said, I hope you enjoy reading my thoughts on the Panthers and the NFL, and I hope my writings will be interesting enough to promote passionate discussions about football for everyone who takes time to read my work.

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