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The Panthers kept betting against the house and finally lost

Last season, the Panthers looked like geniuses for taking risks on the field and with the roster. It’s not paying off this season. The house always wins. It’s a tired, old adage. Sure you can plonk down your $20 at the table and go on a hot streak, but eventually, if you don’t walk away — the house always gets you back. The Carolina Panthers’ string of luck is over, they hit 17 one too many times.
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