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About EgoDogg

  • Birthday 06/07/1988


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  1. Hey everyone. I'm always here browsing, but I'm not as much of a poster as I have been in the past. Two kids, a demanding job, and a few ambitious passion projects will do that to you. Through everything going on, I can still say that I haven't missed a Panthers game since 2001. To provide some background, I've been active on many forums since the 90's, many that have been lost because of the Social Media takeover. Since many of them have died out, I've spent the last 10 years working on a personal project to bring online communities back to their former glory. I can finally say that things are at a place where I'm comfortable sharing, now I need to focus on bringing in some members. I'm not looking to steal traffic from Carolina Huddle as this is still the best place to chat all things Carolina Panthers, but I'm hoping my site can be a place that many can talk about their passions. For those interested, the website is FanClubs.org, and it's meant to provide online communities for fans across Sports, Entertainment, and Gaming. I also have a General Discussion forum for broader topics. On an unrelated note: After a long time of planning, my family and I finally made the move from Pennsylvania to North Carolina (The Triangle) last month!
  2. He's very fun to watch, and hopefully with time he starts to take advantage of opportunities like this. This was the last highlight. Line of scrimmage was the 28 yard line and he ran for a few yards on 3rd and 11, resulting in 4th down. He had a nice spin to avoid the sack at the start, though. He's only a rookie, but I think he'll definitely be a fun watch, no matter how his career unfolds.
  3. You better be ready to prove it, or else you might have some explaining to do.
  4. I think he can get there. But to lead them there.... I can see him leading them there in the same way guys like Shaun King, Blake Bortles, and Case Keenum have in the past.
  5. We don't know what happens behind closed doors. He'll be ready by training camp, so the team very well could have worked with him on the timing of it. Surgery is very rarely the first option and if something can heal naturally or via rehab, that's often preferred. Rehab could've been first, with surgery as a plan B if things haven't healed by a certain date, so that he's ready for training camp. It's not always black and white.
  6. Unfortunately, the same can't be said for this guy.
  7. This is amongst some of the best content on the forum. I appreciate this post and the knowledge of your craft. Keep on mowin'
  8. This is amongst some of the best content on the forum. I appreciate this post and the knowledge of your craft. Keep on mowin'
  9. That's one of the reasons we are here. The main reason is because we retained Rhule for the first 1/3rd of the season. Had we kept him the full season, we would probably have that first pick without the trade. There's no guarantee Tepper would keep Wilks just for making the playoffs. I still think a win or two would be necessary. However you want to spin it, I'm ready and excited for what's next.
  10. I do believe the Panthers would've preferred to keep Moore, but remember that anything an agent says is intended to make their clients look as valuable as possible, directly impacting their own income.
  11. The Texans have a 1 at Center. How is that even possible?
  12. Without Rodney Peete, does Delhomme ever get a shot? Thanks Tep!
  13. You should save those messages for the people who actually bitched and complained about Tepper, instead of assuming that it was everyone. At least check a poster's history first before making comments like that.
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