Jeremy Igo

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About Jeremy Igo

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  • Birthday 04/26/1975

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  • Location Charlotte, NC
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  1. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic Post from your phone in here   

    As stated, submit a support ticket with the link.
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  2. Jeremy Igo added a article in Carolina Panthers   

    Rival Review - Atlanta Falcons
    With less than a month to go until NFL training camps open, I thought it may be helpful to take a look at the Carolina Panthers southern rivals and start a dialogue on their offseason changes. 
    First up, Atlanta Falcons. Here are the important bullet points of the Falcons offseason... 
    COACHING
    Atlanta has a new head coach. Those words should concern any Carolina Panthers fan who has paid attention to Ron Rivera's record against rookie head coaches. Adding insult to injury, the Falcons hired former Seattle DC Dan Quinn as Mike Smith's replacement at head coach. Quinn obviously has had success against the Panthers over the past two seasons. Panthers OC Mike Shula will have his work cut out for him. 
    If Quinn can improve the Falcons defense in his first year, Atlanta could contend for the title in the NFC South. 
     
    IN THE DRAFT
    The Falcons addressed their need for defensive improvement in the first two rounds of the draft.
    Falcons first round pick DE Vic Beasley should improve Atlanta's pass rush from day one. He was used mainly on the left side in Falcons workouts last month, but did switch to the right occasionally. Beasley's game is speed, how well the Panthers counter with Remmers and Oher remains to be seen. 
    In the second round the Falcons selected CB Jalen Collins. This was a good value as many had Collins as a first round talent. Collins will most likely catch on quickly as he faces guys like Julio Jones in practice, helping him prepare to defense Kelvin Benjamin and Devin Funchess. Collins was a good pick for the Falcons and should help them at depth initially, with Collins taking over a starting role later in the season. 
    On the offensive side of the ball RB Tevin Coleman and WR (and Huddle favorite) WR Justin Hardy. Coleman could see increased playing time as the season progresses while Hardy looks to have already earned the #3 WR spot. 
    Overall, Atlanta had a solid 2015 draft based on early reviews. 
     
    FREE AGENCY
    The Falcons released a few names Panthers fans were used to seeing, Harry Douglas and Steven Jackson the most notable. The loss of these two players were addressed nicely in the draft. Negative impact should be minimal. 
    OLB Brooks Reed was added from the Texans and could be a real impact player for the Falcons. How much did he benefit from playing with JJ Watt? We will soon see. Reed will not be playing behind anyone of Watt's caliber anytime soon in Atlanta. 
    The Falcons extended S Charles Godfrey which is excellent news for the Panthers. Godfrey's best days are well behind him.  
    The Falcons signed a couple of new tight ends, Tony Moeaki and Jacob Tamme. Could they be an adequate long term replacement for Tony Gonzalez? Clearly, Toilolo last season was not.
     
    OTHER TIDBITS
    Apparently, the Falcons are trying to move QB Matt Ryan out of the pocket more often. This is an interesting development to keep your eyes on. If the Falcons can give a few looks a game of Ryan rolling out of the pocket to throw it could change how aggressive the Panthers pass rush can be. 
     
    CONCLUSION
    Like it or not, the Atlanta Falcons improved a good deal this offseason. Mike Smith was not a good head coach. This was obvious to anyone that watched "Hard Knocks" on HBO last year. Dan Quinn will bring a tougher more hard nosed attitude to the Falcons. 
    What say you? 
     
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  3. Jeremy Igo added a topic in Carolina Panthers   

    Rival Review - Atlanta Falcons
    With less than a month to go until NFL training camps open, I thought it may be helpful to take a look at the Carolina Panthers southern rivals and start a dialogue on their offseason changes. 
    First up, Atlanta Falcons. Here are the important bullet points of the Falcons offseason... 
    COACHING
    Atlanta has a new head coach. Those words should concern any Carolina Panthers fan who has paid attention to Ron Rivera's record against rookie head coaches. Adding insult to injury, the Falcons hired former Seattle DC Dan Quinn as Mike Smith's replacement at head coach. Quinn obviously has had success against the Panthers over the past two seasons. Panthers OC Mike Shula will have his work cut out for him. 
    If Quinn can improve the Falcons defense in his first year, Atlanta could contend for the title in the NFC South. 
     
    IN THE DRAFT
    The Falcons addressed their need for defensive improvement in the first two rounds of the draft.
    Falcons first round pick DE Vic Beasley should improve Atlanta's pass rush from day one. He was used mainly on the left side in Falcons workouts last month, but did switch to the right occasionally. Beasley's game is speed, how well the Panthers counter with Remmers and Oher remains to be seen. 
    In the second round the Falcons selected CB Jalen Collins. This was a good value as many had Collins as a first round talent. Collins will most likely catch on quickly as he faces guys like Julio Jones in practice, helping him prepare to defense Kelvin Benjamin and Devin Funchess. Collins was a good pick for the Falcons and should help them at depth initially, with Collins taking over a starting role later in the season. 
    On the offensive side of the ball RB Tevin Coleman and WR (and Huddle favorite) WR Justin Hardy. Coleman could see increased playing time as the season progresses while Hardy looks to have already earned the #3 WR spot. 
    Overall, Atlanta had a solid 2015 draft based on early reviews. 
     
    FREE AGENCY
    The Falcons released a few names Panthers fans were used to seeing, Harry Douglas and Steven Jackson the most notable. The loss of these two players were addressed nicely in the draft. Negative impact should be minimal. 
    OLB Brooks Reed was added from the Texans and could be a real impact player for the Falcons. How much did he benefit from playing with JJ Watt? We will soon see. Reed will not be playing behind anyone of Watt's caliber anytime soon in Atlanta. 
    The Falcons extended S Charles Godfrey which is excellent news for the Panthers. Godfrey's best days are well behind him.  
    The Falcons signed a couple of new tight ends, Tony Moeaki and Jacob Tamme. Could they be an adequate long term replacement for Tony Gonzalez? Clearly, Toilolo last season was not.
     
    OTHER TIDBITS
    Apparently, the Falcons are trying to move QB Matt Ryan out of the pocket more often. This is an interesting development to keep your eyes on. If the Falcons can give a few looks a game of Ryan rolling out of the pocket to throw it could change how aggressive the Panthers pass rush can be. 
     
    CONCLUSION
    Like it or not, the Atlanta Falcons improved a good deal this offseason. Mike Smith was not a good head coach. This was obvious to anyone that watched "Hard Knocks" on HBO last year. Dan Quinn will bring a tougher more hard nosed attitude to the Falcons. 
    What say you? 
     

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  4. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic Not Panther related, but seriously WTF America?   

    Had some for the first time recently. Was very tasty. 
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  5. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic Is this too basic of an idea?   

    Also far to many highschool and freshmen players are being drafted. These kids come into the league and for the most part are boring. They haven't faced adversity. They haven't matured in college. They never really got the experience of being on that kind of team, and it shows. I'd much rather pay to watch guys who crafted their game in college for a few years. 
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  6. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic Is this too basic of an idea?   

    Ive been thinking this for a while now. Is Jordan really Jerry Jones?
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  7. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic Is this too basic of an idea?   

    It seems like in the 80s and 90s each team had one or two excellent players. Thats what made NBA Jamz so great. Who would be in NBA Jamz for Charlotte now? I can remember dominating with LJ and Alonzo. 
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  8. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic Charlotte interested in Belinelli   

    Much needed shooting threat. Would approve this move. 
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  9. Jeremy Igo added a topic in Charlotte Hornets   

    More Charlotte Honeybees
     
     

    I spy two ex topcats.
     
      Honeybee Lauren (in the middle) was one of the most attractive topcats there ever was. She only made it one season though. 

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  10. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic Question about the tailgates   

    I agree that the Huddle and RR should assimilate the tailgate into one beer drinking crotch grabbing love fest. 
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  11. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic Is this too basic of an idea?   

    MKG is 21 years old. I have not given up hope at all on him. He is younger than Frank the Tank coming in. 
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  12. Jeremy Igo added a topic in Charlotte Hornets   

    Is this too basic of an idea?
    So if I stand back 1000 feet and look at the Hornets, they just have no identity. They won't have an identity until they have a certified NBA star on the team, either through draft ( MKG? Frank the Tank? ) or through free agency. 
    Right now they are a group of role players with mediocre coaching. 
    The Hornets need that one player who can give them an identity. That's what it all boils down to. 
     
    Too simplistic?
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  13. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic Cringe worthy article   

  14. Jeremy Igo added a topic in Charlotte Hornets   

    Chornets
    Get it? 
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  15. Jeremy Igo added a post in a topic Hornets Forum Revival...   

    I don't mind negative posts as long as they are well thought out and provide some worth to this forum. 
     
    "this teams sucks" is not a good post. 
     
    "This team needs big improvement in these areas" is a much better post. 
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