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Jeremy Igo

Official Carolina Panthers at Chicago Bears Gameday Thread

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Nice redemption touchdown. Liking the attention to versatility in this RB group.

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Just now, Shocker said:

Holly Field!  TD!  :eyeroll:

Holyfield on pace for 16 TD season!!!

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1 minute ago, MillionDollarCam said:

When Grier doesn’t have to make a read he’s fine, it’s when he has to go to his second and third reads that he panics.

That’s what I was gonna say.  Once the game slows down for him he will be fine.  But I don’t think that will be till next year.  

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Just now, Carl Spackler said:

Get in here @Shocker @TheRed @tiger7_88

Beat you to it. Check out your new friend.

Just now, Yellow Mustard said:

I think they're trying to come up with a way to call him a cracker without looking racist.

 

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It is worth noting on Holyfield

0 fumbles playing varsity in HS

1 fumble lost in the SEC

so I don’t think that fumble dooms him.  

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Just now, Black&BlueBubba said:

That’s what I was gonna say.  Once the game slows down for him he will be fine.  But I don’t think that will be till next year.  

Yeah everyone always says the game is much faster at the NFL level. Once he gets that clock down in his head he’ll be fine because he can make the throws.

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