Jeremy Igo

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About Jeremy Igo

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  • Birthday 04/26/1975

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  • Location Charlotte, NC
  • Interests Photography, Beer, Other Things

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  1. Why Vernon Butler Makes Sense + Highlights

    Solid OP. Shared on the Huddle social media.
  2. Edmund Kugbila making a comeback

    Wouldn't he have to have played a single down for it to be a comeback?
  3. A Funchess Reminder

    I'm not sure Philly is safe.
  4. A Funchess Reminder

    Last year Funchess was about as green as a NFL rookie can be. Not much football experience under his belt. We saw him grow from week to week and by the end of the season he was a solid piece of the puzzle. Fast forward to September when he has a full season, post season, another entire offseason under his belt. Thia year,I suspect Devin will be as big of a receiving threat as KB was his rookie year. That is all.
  5. Sorry. Gettlemens Draft This Year Blows

    Hall of Fame thread potential
  6. About those corners...

    I just assume drink the diarrhea from an aids ridden Taiwanese ladyboy
  7. About those corners...

    I a a big fan of 8 oclock as well. Best value for the buck.
  8. About those corners...

    As I sat this morning sipping my delicious Dunkin Donuts coffee, the best coffee on earth, I noticed many on the Huddle were upset over the corners drafted. You know, the ones that were not mock draft projected until later rounds. My answer is simply... who cares? Dave Gettleman, the best talent evaluator in the NFL, pinpoints with laser sharp accuracy the players he wants the most, and he goes out and gets them. As long as Gettleman gets the players he covets the most, I honestly have no interest in what rounds they came in, and neither should you. Earlier this week, the least talented position on the entire roster was corner back. Last year, the Panthers literally went out and picked up guys off of their couches and still made it to the Superbowl. So guess what, Gettleman went out and got the three best corners. No, not the three best on walterfootballdotcom or other draftnik websites. The three best corners for the PANTHERS SYSTEM. In this year's NFL draft you had 3 elite corners, all taken by pick 11. All of the rest are as much a roll of the dice as the next. Unless, of course, you have a proven system in place and the talented coaching staff to implement it. Then you target specific physical characteristics and abilities and mold them in to what you want. Which is EXACTLY what the Panthers just did. Do not take that for granted, not all teams have that ability. The Panthers went out and found two large zone corners and a ball hawking nickel. Job done. In short, if you are upset that the players Gettleman drafted were not rated higher on silly draft websites, take issue with those websites. Do not take issue with the guy that is the gold standard for NFL talent evaluation... Dave Gettleman. Let Go, and Let Gett
  9. About those corners...

    As I sat this morning sipping my delicious Dunkin Donuts coffee, the best coffee on earth, I noticed many on the Huddle were upset over the corners drafted. You know, the ones that were not mock draft projected until later rounds. My answer is simply... who cares? Dave Gettleman, the best talent evaluator in the NFL, pinpoints with laser sharp accuracy the players he wants the most, and he goes out and gets them. As long as Gettleman gets the players he covets the most, I honestly have no interest in what rounds they came in, and neither should you. Earlier this week, the least talented position on the entire roster was corner back. Last year, the Panthers literally went out and picked up guys off of their couches and still made it to the Superbowl. So guess what, Gettleman went out and got the three best corners. No, not the three best on walterfootballdotcom or other draftnik websites. The three best corners for the PANTHERS SYSTEM. In this year's NFL draft you had 3 elite corners, all taken by pick 11. All of the rest are as much a roll of the dice as the next. Unless, of course, you have a proven system in place and the talented coaching staff to implement it. Then you target specific physical characteristics and abilities and mold them in to what you want. Which is EXACTLY what the Panthers just did. Do not take that for granted, not all teams have that ability. The Panthers went out and found two large zone corners and a ball hawking nickel. Job done. In short, if you are upset that the players Gettleman drafted were not rated higher on silly draft websites, take issue with those websites. Do not take issue with the guy that is the gold standard for NFL talent evaluation... Dave Gettleman. Let Go, and Let Gett View full article
  10. Panthers Tango with Cash

    Duke safety Jeremy Cash signs as a UDFA with the Carolina Panthers. Cash has an excellent opportunity to make the regular roster, which at the moment, is lacking in strong safeties. Cash is known as a physical player and run stopper.
  11. 7th rnd: TE: Beau Sandland

    Simonson replacement.
  12. Bradberry given JNo's number

    Nah, no message sent at all.
  13. In case you lost count....

    Would be a first for Gettleman. Personally, I think Wegher or CAP is the odd man out.
  14. In case you lost count....

    Three draft picks plus Bene and Boykin... That totals 5 CB's. Last year the Panthers kept 4 CB's. Chances of picking up another via free agency just dropped to nearly zero. Also, terrible news for McClain and Teddy.
  15. Panthers Select Zack Sanchez CB Oklahoma in the 5th Round

    Panthers will give him a shot at nickel.