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Jeremy Igo

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#3259050 Panthers Mock Draft Rounds 1 - 3

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Yesterday, 08:21 PM

Nah. He is a football player. People who pay way too much attention to combine numbers don't like him. Luckily, the Panthers now look at game tape.


#3258900 Frank Alexander

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Yesterday, 06:52 PM

Ask me after August when the drug tests are done. 




#3258742 Panthers Mock Draft Rounds 1 - 3

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Yesterday, 04:31 PM

The following is my best guess at what will transpire in rounds 1-3 of the NFL Draft next month as far as the Panthers are concerned. 
 
All three picks are not only the best players available, but also players whose football talents line up perfectly with what the Carolina Panthers do on the field. 
 
So, without further ado... 
 
 
 
2015 Panthers Mock Rounds 1-3
 
 
Round 1 , Pick 25
 
Landon Collins - S - Alabama
 
Gettleman practices what he preaches in picking the best player available, but also fills a need. Landon Collins is one of those guys that is projected high but could drop in the first round. He ran a good 40, but other than that had a rather average combine. He won’t drop out of the first round, but he could drop to the mid 20s where the Panthers will select him if available. 
 
Collins is a prototype Ron Rivera strong safety. He punishes runners and has sound tackling technique. He is the best run defense safety in the draft, and as Dave Gettleman always says, you have to first defend the run to be able to rush the passer. 
 
 
 
 
Round 2, Pick 57
 
Jake Fisher - OT - Oregon
 
FIsher had arguably helped himself the most at the combine out of all offensive tackles, which will bump him up into the second round. Fisher isn’t the physical stud that the first round tackles are, but he is a true football player. The Ducks offensive line performance decreased drastically without Fisher in the lineup. Throw in the fact that he is accustomed to protecting a mobile QB, and this is a no brainer for the Panthers. 
 
 
 
Round 3, Pick 89
 
Nick O’Leary - TE - FSU
 
If there is one thing Ron Rivera and Mike Shula love, its an H-Back. A guy that can line up as a tight end or fullback opens up plenty of matchups that would be favorable to the Panthers. They tried this with both Ed Dickson and Brandon Williams last season, but had limited success. Nick O’Leary is the best H-Back this year’s draft and a good value in the late 3rd round.
 
In addition, even though he is not much of a deep threat, he is a reliable receiver with solid hands for Cam Newton to target in mid to short yardage situations. He was a safety outlet for Winston at FSU, he can be one for Newton in Carolina. 
 
 
 



#3258564 Psssst..... It's March.

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Yesterday, 12:55 PM

Congratulations, you survived another February, also known as Football no man's land.

Soon there will (hopefully) be a few free agent acquisition that will tell us how the roster is shaping up and also clue us in on the draft a bit more.

Please join me in drinking an adult beverage.


#3258559 Let's talk Kony Ealy

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Yesterday, 12:48 PM

I was really impressed with Ealy and how he progressed both on the field and behind the scenes all season long. Honestly, he should have won a most improved award.

If he can continue that trend I to training camp.... Watch out.


#3258516 Zombie Movie - Wyrmwood

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Yesterday, 12:09 PM

Watched WYRMWOOD Road of the Dead last night.

 

Really enjoyable flick if you like the old Evil Dead and Army of Darkness movies. Some really funny moments with lots of gore. Just don't start watching it as you would serious movie. Would make a good video game I think. 

 

Two thumbs up. 

 

 

http://www.rottentom..._the_dead_2015/

 

 

 




#3258507 JAX Trip Details

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Yesterday, 12:01 PM

This is really excellent work RR.




#3258464 Pondering the chop block

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Yesterday, 11:12 AM

Grilled pork chops are fantastic.


#3258415 Chris Gamble?

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Yesterday, 10:05 AM

Topic Creation privileges removed


#3258384 Lilsmitty09

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Yesterday, 08:18 AM

It's easy to hate because that's a mechanism for insecurity. You've obviously put the work and your starting to get results. Ignore responding to belittling comments and keep on doing what your doing as it's garnering you recognition

 

 

Yep.

 

 

There are a good number of folks on here that offer nothing but snarky responses and put this joint down at every turn. 

 

If they realized that most of us see their presence as comic relief and nothing more, they probably would stop. 

 

 

Grats Lilsmitty, hope it opens more doors for you. 




#3258377 ROAR Magazine misspells Gettleman's name on cover

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Yesterday, 07:36 AM

Yikes.


#3258374 Vice: Killing Cancer now on YouTube. must watch

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Yesterday, 07:06 AM

Seems too good to be true.

Also, worried that cancer is far too profitable to ever be allowed to be cured.


#3258177 Panthers Final Decision On Hardy : No Thanks

Posted by Jeremy Igo on 28 February 2015 - 07:07 PM

These ads suck Igo! I would just feel too dirty paying $5 a month to a damn Panthers website...


This makes me extremely happy for having them.


#3258147 Panthers Final Decision On Hardy : No Thanks

Posted by Jeremy Igo on 28 February 2015 - 06:35 PM

So is the "OMG WE LET MY FAVORITE PLAYER GO I HATE THIS TEAM I HOPE WE LOSE EVERY GAME I HOPE THEY GO TO OUR RIVALS AND BEAT US THE FRONT OFFICE DOESN'T CARE ABOUT WINNING SCREW DAVE SCREW RON SCREW JERRY WE'LL NEVER BE ANY GOOD I'M GONNA HOLD MY BREATH TILL I TURN BLUE"  fiesta an annual thing now?

 

 

If so.... JStew is up in 2016. 




#3258141 do we threepeat?

Posted by Jeremy Igo on 28 February 2015 - 06:29 PM

Don't care about threepeat. 

 

 

Do care about making it to the NFC Champ Game.