Cat Chronicles is a website created by fans, for fans, who are dedicated to following the Carolina Panthers. The @Cat_Chronicles brand originated from fan discussion and input, so it is our mission to feature Panther fans because without you, football is just a kids game. Each week, we will select our favorite tweets related to the Carolina Panthers and fans will vote for Cat Chronicle's Tweet of the Week! Cast your vote now; It’s up to you!
"@AliMoonGoddess: Who Dat at 11 -4??? Ain't da Saints! Ha ha #KeepPounding #CARvsNO" @Cat_Chronicles
— Joey Riollano (@JoeRiollano) December 23, 2013
Joe’s Pick:Who Dat at 11-4? That’s right. It’s the Carolina Panthers. What a great game. Both teams left it all out on the field. Saints fans felt because of their dominating win in New Orleans, the same would happen in Charlotte. Well the Panthers showed the Saints who the better team really is. Even with the worst offensive performance of the season and the emotional leader of this offensive unit out, Carolina was able to mount a clutch late game drive.
I selected this tweet for Tweet of the Week because it puts the facts in language any Saints fan can understand, Who Dat at 11-4? Ain’t the Saints! #KeepPounding #PanthersNation
Vote for my tweet selection to serve as a reminder to Saints fans and to all the NFL, as to who the team to beat in the NFC is, the Carolina Panthers.
How I felt waking up this morning and seeing the Saints flags on my neighbors porches: #KeepPounding #PantherNation pic.twitter.com/i8o7XXfNqW
— it's kaylee (11-4) (@xo_lovekay) December 24, 2013
#PantherNation is channeling the Dude today after yesterday’s big win! The hard fought and well deserved victory over the Saints has monumental playoff implications for the Carolina Panthers. Had the Panthers lost this game and still moved on to the playoffs, they would have most likely had to go on the road through Philadelphia and then to New Orleans. No Panthers fan wants to go back to New Orleans anytime soon and in the immortal words of the Dude, “Come on, man. I had a rough night and I hate the f*ckin' Eagles, man!”
Instead, this victory made us divisional leaders (most likely champs) and catapulted the Carolina Panthers to a #2 playoff seed. This also means that the road to the Super Bowl will have to go through the Queen City. Perhaps just as consequential, the Panthers will get a bye, giving the team some much needed healing time. The injury to Steve Smith hurts and Charles “Big $$” Johnson could use a little rest for that knee.
I think what I like most about this tweet though is that #PantherNation needed this season. Along with our defense, the fanbases pride has suffered some hits over the last five years. But it’s all good folks--now we are the one laying the hits!