Originally written on The Juicy Online  |  Last updated 11/17/14

Carolina Panthers center Ryan Kalil is claiming that the Panthers will go on, this upcoming season, and win Super Bowl XLVII.

According to an 178-word open letter Kalil shared with the Charlotte Observer, which he placed in the newspaper, Kalil called "a war cry to the fans." In it, he predicts that the Panthers season will end in New Orleans, with the Panthers first Super Bowl title in the franchise's 18-year history.

"There's something different going on with the Panthers. There's a different attitude, a sense of urgency, a different mindset that I haven't seen since I've been here," Kalil said. "And the sentiment is widespread. It's not just in the players or the coaches, but the entire organization."

Hopefully Kalil won't choke on his own thoughts and words come February.

  • FUNNY::I would not be surprised if they lose the division. Still have to play the game, and they have some soft spots.
  • I believe!!!
  • at least hes not the beagles aka jailbirds dog killa calling himself a dynasty
  • Well he's a USC guy so that explains the "logic" of such a prediction--but just don't say this kind of stuff in a small town in Wisconsin with its own team
  • Rex Ryan has been predicting a Jets superbowl win for a couple of years now. Predictions are basically worthless and he's just setting up the Panther fans for disappointment.

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