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Jeremy Igo

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#2953338 Props To the Boo Crew For An Amazing Tailgate

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Today, 08:36 PM


#2953186 Along the Sidelines - Lions Edition

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Today, 07:59 PM

Any interaction between Cam and Donkey Kong or his fellow Auburn teammate Nick Fairley?


No to Donkey Kong. Cam said he didn't at his presser.


Not sure about Fairley

#2953122 Along the Sidelines - Lions Edition

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Today, 07:49 PM

The Panthers are 2-0 and appear to be the best of the NFC South. Here is what I saw today "along the sidelines".



First of all, Cam was back to his usual routine. This is a far cry from Tampa Bay when he was not seen pregame whatsoever. Even though I knew he was relatively healthy, seeing him out there doing his jet plane impersonation was much needed confirmation.





Jonathan Stewart replaced Deangelo Williams in the starting lineup. Stewart doesn't have pink dreads, but he does have a nice mouthpiece.




In Greg Hardy's absence, Cam was sure to welcome rookie Kony Ealy to the playing field. This is another ritual of Newton's. He greets defensive players as they exit the tunnel.




Luke Kuechly was again a force to be reckoned with today. He ended the day with 11 tackles.




I still feel Luke's forced fumble that was ruled incomplete was indeed a fumble. Joique Bell appreared to me to be trying to change carrying hands, from his left to his right. The officials saw it a a bobble. I don't agree.




Rivera didn't agree either. I could hear him giving the official "the business" from 20 yards away. Rivera has settled into his challenge responsibilities nicely as a head coach.




I was wondering when we would see the Philly Brown reverse, after seeing it in camp and practices. Brown has enough speed to really get to the outside and make things happen. I thought it was a fantastic run, unfortunately called back by a holding penalty. I have high hopes for Philly.




Brenton Bersin has more receptions than Brandon Lafell, two games into the season. I would just like to point that out to all of the Bersin detractors, you know who you are. His clutch first down today made Charlotte proud.




Although he was not quite as mobile as seasons past, Cam was shifty enough to buy time and get yards when it mattered. He even flashed the trolling Cam smile to the defenders as he made them look silly. Cam is back.





Thomas Davis led the team with 12 tackles today. I caught up with both Davis and Kuechly after the game. More on that later.




Benjamin really impressed me today, and let me tell you why. For a minute he seemed like a rookie receiver. Dropping passes that should have been caught. Many, if not most, rookies would have called it a day at that point. But Kelvin kept at it and persevered.




Of course, the exclamation point on that point was his beauty of a one handed sideline grab for a first down. (Norman looks impressed)




Though Mike Tolbert didn't rack up many yards, his runs did wear down the defense a bit. That is a whole lot of runningback to bring down.




Greg Olsen is headed to a pro bowl this season if he can keep his high performance going. Olsen had a team leading 6 receptions today. Afterwards in the lockeroom, I listened to him speak about his kids and what they are dealing with as a family right now. I cannot imagine continuing to play at such a high level with so much more important things going on at home. Greg truly is an inspiration to fathers everywhere, this one included.




Jason Avant grabbed his first TD as a Panther. I spoke to him about it, and about his celebration. Again, more on that later.




Jonathan Stewart carried the ball only 15 times as a starter. The Lions basically stacked the box and dared the Panthers to win by throwing the ball. They did not believe Cam was healthy enough to do it. They gambled, they lost.


Stewart did get his bell rung well enough to knock his helmet loose.




Afterwards, he found himself in the end zone.




I am pretty sure Trai Turner was far more excited for Stewart's touchdown than Stewart was. Turner being in on such an important run tells you how highly the Panthers staff thinks of the rookie.




Late in the game the refs seemed more anxious to protect Stafford than officiate fairly.




None the less, Mario Addison showed up. His play today had fans asking "Greg Who?" Addison had 2.5 sacks on the day.







He also came close to forcing aand recovering a fumble, as Stafford could only helplessly watch.




As happens in so many games, great players pay their respects to one another. Things get heated on the field sometimes, but its always nice to see the guys show good sportsmanship. You know, the opposite of Tom Brady.






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#2948708 Wes.Mario.and Kony....time to step up

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Today, 10:50 AM

These guys are more than capable of filling in for pass rush. Hardy is a monster in run support... Will be a big drop off

#2948560 Panthers might deactivate Hardy?

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Today, 10:34 AM

I don't get it. Why not suspend him now????? This is confusing.

Excessive negative Media attention = negative attention to sponsors.

#2948548 Hardy Inactive

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Today, 10:33 AM

As of now I am boycotting every single Panther game this season


#2948544 Hardy Inactive

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Today, 10:33 AM

Wish I had more guts.

#2948396 Look who I found

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Today, 09:43 AM

Sporting the amazing huddle tailgate shirt.... Boo


#2948258 This forum is for actual FOOTBALL talk only today....

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Today, 07:34 AM

This makes me so happy that I want to punch something!


(points at Dex)

#2948195 This forum is for actual FOOTBALL talk only today....

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Today, 04:56 AM

If you are looking to talk court cases, domestic violence, etc... Please go to the Tinderbox forum. Any new topics relating to anything to do with court cases, suspensions, etc will be deleted from the main Panthers forum. 



It is gameday, as such this forum is for actual football talk.




Lets get it on.

#2948186 Huddle Tailgate Thread- *Panthers vs. Lions*

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Today, 04:22 AM

I'm here! Where is everyone at?





Buncha Rookies......

#2946457 National Interest in Hardy just ended....

Posted by Jeremy Igo on 12 September 2014 - 06:30 PM

So are we talking actual abuse or is this going to be revealed as a spanking that some far lefter hippie threw a tantrum about?

at this point the media is looking to gobble up any "THE NFL IS CORRUPT!!" nonsense they can regurgitate to the sheep masses. A shame theyre trying to have the soap opera take precedent over the actual season as well.

Go look at the pictures

It's abuse

There is no doubt of this fact.

#2946110 National Interest in Hardy just ended....

Posted by Jeremy Igo on 12 September 2014 - 04:26 PM

I've never taken a belt or a switch to my kids.


I have used my hand, but only in the moment that they were in danger, as in walking out in traffic. A pat on the butt to scare them a little about it.



#2945994 National Interest in Hardy just ended....

Posted by Jeremy Igo on 12 September 2014 - 03:44 PM

Bigger Name, More Terrible Accusation.... Media Fapstorm

#2945972 National Interest in Hardy just ended....

Posted by Jeremy Igo on 12 September 2014 - 03:39 PM



Minnesota Vikings superstar Adrian Peterson has reportedly been indicted for child abuse in North Montgomery County, TX. 

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