Panthers’ Greg Hardy Tells Falcons To ‘Get The F*ck Off My Field’

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A couple weeks back in Week 4 when Matt Ryan told the Carolina Panthers to “get the fuck off of his field,” Pathers defensive end Greg Hardy took notice.

Yesterday the Panthers gave the Falcons a little pay back and beat them 30-20 on their home turf.

Greg Hardy thought it would be a perfect chance to tell them to “get the fuck off the field.”   Nothing like getting a little pay back.

Falcons kicker Matt Bryant didn’t totally let the Falcons get dominated by Hardy though.  At the end of the video you can hear Bryant saying “Enjoy watching us in January.”

I doubt Hardy took too kindly to that remark, but hey, sometimes you just gotta enjoy the little things.  Video is below.

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