Why I’m more optimistic about the Eagles than I am about the Panthers

It’s a story about the future.

It’s about the people.

It is about a young man from Newcastle, his family, and a city that knows how to give back.

It is about the Raiders, who have taken on the greatest challenges and achieved the best results of any team in the NRL, and the Raiders are the first team to beat the Panthers at Parramatta Stadium.

They have won two games in a row in the series and have won three in a set of three, their best in the league.

They beat the Cowboys last week and they will again on Saturday.

The Raiders have been at the heart of all this, as the first side to come to Australia to play the NRL.

They were there for the Raiders when the NRL was in its infancy and they played a pivotal role in shaping the game and the future of the game.

There are so many memories that have been shared with us over the years.

It’s about a lot of people in this community and it’s about football, too.

I know there’s a lot to be proud of, and there are some amazing players, too, and I think that will continue for some time.

The Eagles and Panthers have had a very different history, but it is a great rivalry.

The Panthers and Raiders played for the Sydney Roosters in the 1980s.

They both started out in the same position – they were in the back-row and they were a premiership team, and then they switched positions in the early 90s, playing together in the NSW Cup.

But the NRL changed and they ended up being the same club.

The clubs became rivals.

They would get into fights, and they had a rivalry, and that was a very good thing.

They became great mates.

And the Panthers won two premierships in the decade between 1995 and 2001.

Then, in 2001, they got the NRL and a new way of doing business.

They went from being a club who had won a premiership and a premaxional to a club which had lost two premiership titles and had lost the premaxion.

This year, they are a better team than they were, and in my opinion, the Panthers have the better chance of winning.

I don’t know how good they are.

But I don’t want to give them an easy go, because I think they are still in good hands.

They’re the best in their division and they’re a team that has shown they can beat anyone, regardless of age.

So there’s still a lot that can go wrong.

But they’re one of the better sides in the competition and if we stay together, we can get the best out of ourselves.

This story has been corrected.

It was the Raiders who won the premiership in the 1990s.

The Raiders won a series in 1997.

The story has also been corrected to show the Cowboys won two in a back-to-back in 2001.

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