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Jeremy Igo

Carolina Panthers Along the Sidelines - Chiefs Edition

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Excellent as always, J. I kept thinking after every good play or interesting interaction, "I know Jeremy is going to get a great shot of this!"

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Great pics and write up. I like Norman and I really think that if he gets it together, he'd become a great CB in this league and for the Carolina Panthers. I'm not sure how much more patience Rivera and Gettleman is going to have with. I'm not even sure how much more patience I have with him. I fail to understand how he can not be humbled after coming out of a long stay in the doghouse. That should be a humbling experience for any professional athlete, but since it wasn't for Norman, I'm not sure he'll ever get out of his own way...

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1. I thought Melvin played REALLY well form what I saw. 

2. Bene is pretty quick, and went sideline to sideline for a great tackle.

3. Speaking of fast, did anyone see Mario Addison chase down a kick returner on special teams from behind? He is MUCH faster than I would expect.

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I love the 2014 Panthers!

SUPERBOWL !

 

Wr a weakness? hahahaha this is the best joke ever ^^

 

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Nice pics. I really appreciate your efforts.

 

Go Panthers!

 

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So my experience on the sideline

 

It was awesome. 

 

I think the high (or low)light of the experience was when we were walking under the field goal posts a ball was kicked into the net. At that moment I had to decide what to do. Should I catch it, am I allowed to catch it, should I ignore it?

 

My over thinking wasted too much time and now my only reaction was to slap it away like I was fighting an 8 year old girl. I think I got about 4 slaps in on it before it hit the ground. I was pretty impressed with my rapid slapping.  I jammed my finger I was slapping at it so hard. Then at my feet I kicked it against the wall and walked off with the swagger of Deebo. Looking back I pry should have caught and signed it and given it away to one of the buxom babes looking for attention in the first row.

 

And with this post you have stolen all of Jeremy's hard work.  I can't quit laughing.  Wonderful imagery.

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Far and away, the oline will determine how far this team goes. So many people have proclaimed that we need the passing game to open up the running attack. I am firmly in the opposite camp

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From what I remember, the line looked solid in pass protection, especially up the middle.  The biggest problem was when they brought a corner blitz.  Those first couple times, they came off freely.

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