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"We finally have an end to Deflategate. A long, national nightmare, which spanned the better part of the past two years, will go away at last when New England quarterback Tom Brady serves his four-game suspension to start the season. No more appeals.No more juries. Just football. With Deflategate finally in the rear-view mirror, we can turn our attention to other storylines as the NFL season begins with a rematch of last year’s Super Bowl between Denver and Carolina. Here are 10 things to watch this season:", jacksonville.com
"The previous four teams to play for the NFC championship have the same goal: Super Bowl or bust.Carolina, Arizona, Seattle and Green Bay are still the class of a conference that has far more pretenders than contenders. It is a smart bet one of the four teams will be in Houston playing for the Vince Lombardi Trophy in February.Reigning NFL MVP Cam Newton led the Panthers to a 17-1 record before Von Miller and the", www.bendbulletin.com
"Former Super Bowl coach Tony Dungy says Carolina won’t suffer from a lack of want-to in their quest to avoid a ‘Super Bowl hangover’ in 2016, but other teams will bring out their best against Carolina every week. Rodney Harrison thinks the Panthers are hungry and determined to get back", www.charlotteobserver.com
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