Jeremy Igo

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About Jeremy Igo

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  1. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic riot on radio   

    custom molded adult novelties from your favorite MFCEO
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  2. Jeremy Igo added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    This fuggin guy....

     
     
    Pro Bowler in 2015? 
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  3. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic Panthers - Patriots: 5 things I am looking for   

    It is true, ever since the Superbowl loss. 
    You won't hear about it publicly, but it is there and deep. 
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  4. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic Panthers - Patriots: 5 things I am looking for   

    Last I heard CJ was in and KK was questionable 
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  5. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic David Newton: Wegher still longshot   

    god willing
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  6. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic riot on radio   

    Amazing....
     
    People listen to FM radio? 
     
    ;)
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  7. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic David Newton: Wegher still longshot   

    Speaking of pecking order.... guess who is on the bottom of panthers coverage..... 
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  8. Jeremy Igo added a article in Carolina Panthers   

    Panthers - Patriots: 5 things I am looking for
    In what will be the best dress rehearsal for the regular season we are ever going to see, here is what I will be paying extra close attention to in tonight's Panthers - Patriots match up. 
     
    Run Game Dominance 
    With Jonathan Stewart in the lineup and a much improved offensive line, the Panthers need to impose their will on the Patriots first string defense.  Last week this group looked pedestrian at best. The Panthers have enough talent on offense this season to grind out at least a few yards on every attempt, even if it is ugly and right up the gut of the Patriots defense. Line up our biggest guys against their biggest guys and lets see who gets moved. 
    Cam Newton Read and React
    Cam Newton has never looked good in preseason, so I am not overly concerned here. But many of Cam's throws have been just a tad late or behind the receiver. Take last week's intercepted pass to Greg Olsen for example. The ball was out late and behind Olsen, even though Cam had more than adequate protection. The result was a pick 6. I would like to see an interception free game from Newton this evening with quicker more decisive reads. 
    More Shaq!
    Really excited about what we saw from Shaq Thompson last week. Thompson provides a physical skill set that will prove to be a huge headache for opposing offensive coordinators this year. Thompson has the speed and strength to cover nearly anyone on the field and the natural instincts to snuff out the run at the line of scrimmage. More Shaq, please. 
    Catch the Ball, Corey
    Corey Brown has a dismal showing last week with his multiple drops including one in the end zone. While I am excited that Jarrett Boykin is really coming on strong, the Panthers need Brown as an additional deep threat. If Corey can put together a solid game tonight, catch everything thrown his way, and possibly tack on a touchdown... last week will be all but forgotten. 
    Get Aggressive, Stay Aggressive
    The Panthers and Patriots do not like each other, and that is putting it mildly. Even though it is preseason, the Panthers do not want to be embarrassed by the Patriots on a national stage. I know some fans will play the "just no injuries" card, which is always a boring platitude. Of course no injuries. It is a given. But you know how you avoid injuries best? By staying aggressive and on the offensive. Players most frequently get injured when they are not in control of the action. Take Cam's rib injury from last year's Patriots game for example. Offensive line break down, Cam running for his life amidst a butt whooping. Result? Injury. Be in control. Stay aggressive. That is the best way to stay healthy. 
     
     
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  9. Jeremy Igo added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    Panthers - Patriots: 5 things I am looking for
    In what will be the best dress rehearsal for the regular season we are ever going to see, here is what I will be paying extra close attention to in tonight's Panthers - Patriots match up. 
     
    Run Game Dominance 
    With Jonathan Stewart in the lineup and a much improved offensive line, the Panthers need to impose their will on the Patriots first string defense.  Last week this group looked pedestrian at best. The Panthers have enough talent on offense this season to grind out at least a few yards on every attempt, even if it is ugly and right up the gut of the Patriots defense. Line up our biggest guys against their biggest guys and lets see who gets moved. 
    Cam Newton Read and React
    Cam Newton has never looked good in preseason, so I am not overly concerned here. But many of Cam's throws have been just a tad late or behind the receiver. Take last week's intercepted pass to Greg Olsen for example. The ball was out late and behind Olsen, even though Cam had more than adequate protection. The result was a pick 6. I would like to see an interception free game from Newton this evening with quicker more decisive reads. 
    More Shaq!
    Really excited about what we saw from Shaq Thompson last week. Thompson provides a physical skill set that will prove to be a huge headache for opposing offensive coordinators this year. Thompson has the speed and strength to cover nearly anyone on the field and the natural instincts to snuff out the run at the line of scrimmage. More Shaq, please. 
    Catch the Ball, Corey
    Corey Brown has a dismal showing last week with his multiple drops including one in the end zone. While I am excited that Jarrett Boykin is really coming on strong, the Panthers need Brown as an additional deep threat. If Corey can put together a solid game tonight, catch everything thrown his way, and possibly tack on a touchdown... last week will be all but forgotten. 
    Get Aggressive, Stay Aggressive
    The Panthers and Patriots do not like each other, and that is putting it mildly. Even though it is preseason, the Panthers do not want to be embarrassed by the Patriots on a national stage. I know some fans will play the "just no injuries" card, which is always a boring platitude. Of course no injuries. It is a given. But you know how you avoid injuries best? By staying aggressive and on the offensive. Players most frequently get injured when they are not in control of the action. Take Cam's rib injury from last year's Patriots game for example. Offensive line break down, Cam running for his life amidst a butt whooping. Result? Injury. Be in control. Stay aggressive. That is the best way to stay healthy. 
     
     

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  10. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic Panthers taking Patriots game seriously   

    Theae two teams do not lile each other one bit.
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  11. Jeremy Igo added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    Arian Foster could be back by week 2 to play the Panthers
    Already worried about JJ Watt. This won't help my concern over another home opener let down. 
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  12. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic David Newton: Panthers trainers go high tech   

    Been on this site multiple times since last season. 
    The trainers remove the gps units after each practice. it stays on the back of their shoulder pads near the neck.  Pretty interesting stuff to see. 
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  13. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic Panthers taking Patriots game seriously   

    Thats just P55 setting up his Shula defense for next week.  Not sure why,  maybe the Panthers offense does well. He should have more faith in the guy he is the biggest supporter on the huddle  for. 
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  14. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic Panthers taking Patriots game seriously   

    no
     
    Rivera clearly stated last year they game planned for the Patriots.
     
    Im starting to think you just reply to topics to muddy the conversation.  
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