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  1. LOL libtards DESTROYED again. Beautiful. Absolutely brilliant presentation with facts the libs just can't handle lol.
  2. Does white privilege exist?

    LOL libtards DESTROYED again. Beautiful. Absolutely brilliant presentation with facts the libs just can't handle lol.
  3. Julius Frazier Peppers Thread

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julius_Peppers Professional career Peppers was a highly regarded prospect coming into the 2002 NFL draft earning comparisons to Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor for his ability to dominate a football game.[4] Peppers would end up being selected number 2 overall in the 2002 NFL Draft by the Carolina Panthers behind number 1 overall pick, quarterback David Carr. <snip> Second stint with the Carolina PanthersEdit 2017 seasonEdit On March 10, 2017, Peppers signed a one-year contract to return to the Carolina Panthers.[75][76] Peppers stated that while he was away from his home state of North Carolina and his home state team, and team that drafted him, the Carolina Panthers, he realized how much he missed the place saying "home is where the heart is." He also said he always wanted to return to the Panthers and repair the relationships with the team and fans and give them another chance to see him wear the Panthers uniform once again. Peppers was given the jersey #90, which was the same number he wore for the first eight years of his career while playing for the Carolina Panthers.[77] In week 1 of the 2017 NFL season, and Peppers first game back as a member of the Panthers, Peppers recorded a half sack and 2 QB hits in helping the Panthers beat the 49ers by a score of 23-3. In week 2 and in Peppers homecoming game in Charlotte, North Carolina at Bank of America Stadium, Peppers would be the last player to be introduced to the crowd as he came out of the tunnel to a huge standing ovation, excited to be back playing for his home state team, and team that drafted him with the second pick in the 2002 NFL draft. It had been nearly eight years since the Panthers legend had suited up for his home state team in Charlotte, and he was ready to put on a show for the home crowd, and the 37 year old future Hall of Famer did just that, having a masterful performance by recoding 6 tackles and 2 sacks in helping to shut down the Buffalo Bills running game, and helping to harass Bills QB Tyrod Taylor all game long. It was a special day for North Carolina's prodigal son as he helped the Panthers defeat the Bills by a score of 9-3. After the game Peppers would go on to say that this defense is the best he's ever been a part of.[78] In week 4, Peppers helped the Panthers defeat the New England Patriots 33-30. Peppers had another dominant performance recording 4 tackles, 2 sacks, 3 QB hits, and nearly had another sack and forced fumble right before halftime as he helped to disrupt Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, (who suffered an ac joint sprain in his left shoulder on one of Peppers sacks, but was able to finish the game) and the New England offense throughout the game, despite playing through a right shoulder injury of his own that he had in a brace. Peppers spent so much time in the Patriots backfield it was as if he had been invited. For his efforts, Peppers was named the NFC Defensive Player of The Week for the seventh time in his storied career.[79] In week 5, Peppers would have an impact yet again as he recorded a sack of Lions QB Matthew Stafford and also had a big 4th down tackle for a 4 yard loss which resulted in a turnover for the Lions. The Panthers would defeat the Lions by a score of 27-24. In week 6, Peppers recorded his 150th career sack, making him the fifth player in NFL history to achieve that milestone. He also forced a fumble on the same play, which gave him 48 career forced fumbles and tied him for second most all time with former Defensive End John Abraham. The Panthers lost the game to the Eagles by a score of 23-28.
  4. Julius Frazier Peppers Thread

    read more here: http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/football/bears/ct-julius-peppers-still-going-srong-spt-1020-20171019-story,amp.html https://www.google.com/amp/s/chicago.suntimes.com/sports/john-fox-julius-peppers-still-has-pep-in-step-15-years-after-draft/amp/ “You could tell he was going to be special, and the fact that he’s still playing is pretty special,” Fox said. “He’s an incredible athlete and an incredible teammate.”
  5. Julius Frazier Peppers Thread

    With each new milestone, and Peppers continued dominant play and longevity, I think he'll be considered a top 10 defensive player of all-time once he retires.
  6. Julius Frazier Peppers Thread

    150 and counting: Panthers’ Julius Peppers can’t detail his sacks, so we helped him http://amp.charlotteobserver.com/sports/nfl/carolina-panthers/article180055581.html “We haven’t seen very many guys that are that big and that athletic and have really the whole package,” said Warner, a Hall of Fame inductee this year. “And then to do it as well and as long as he has, I would have to think it’s a no-brainer that one day he’ll be sporting a gold jacket, as well.”
  7. Julius Frazier Peppers Thread

    http://www.nfl.com/videos/dallas-cowboys/09000d5d8207f0c3/Ware-I-should-have-been-number-one DeMarcus Ware took it all in stride and revealed his top five pass rushers in the league besides himself - (1) Julius Peppers, (2) Dwight Freeney, (3) Jared Allen, (4) James Harrison, (5) Clay Matthews. Ware was a great player no doubt, but he was more of a pure pass rusher. Peppers was more dominant though. Peppers was an all around defensive force and made more game changing plays than Ware did, both were great at getting sacks and pressuring the QB, but Peppers had more forced fumbles, fumble recoveries, interceptions, passes defensed, defensive touchdowns, blocked kicks, etc. Peppers was also better at taking on double teams and setting the edge against the run. Peppers just made more of an impact than Ware did. Ware was probably the second best edge defender of his Era though, that's no slight against him. Peppers just made so many game changing plays and was so dominant throughout his career that you have to give Peppers the nod over Ware as the greatest edge defender of their era.
  8. Does white privilege exist?

  9. Does white privilege exist?

    Stop being logical damnit! You white privilege a-hole you.
  10. Julius Frazier Peppers Thread

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julius_Peppers In week 6, Peppers recorded his 150th career sack, making him the fifth player in NFL history to achieve that milestone. He also forced a fumble on the same play, which gave him 48 career forced fumbles and tied him for second most all time with former Defensive End John Abraham.
  11. Julius Frazier Peppers Thread

    Carolina Panthers @Panthers [email protected]_ 150th career sack is also a forced fumble 0:37 8:36 PM · Oct 12, 2017 http://www.wfmynews2.com/mobile/article/sports/julius-peppers-earns-150th-sack-of-career-against-carson-wentz/482972715 Carolina Panthers defensive end Julius Peppers continues to prove age is nothing but a number. The 37-year-old earned his 150th career sack in the NFL coming against Carson Wentz in the first quarter during their Thursday night matchup with the Philadelphia Eagles. The sack made Peppers the only player in the league to record at least 150 sacks and 10 interceptions since sacks became an official statistic with the league in 1982. Peppers isn't far off from the top either, as he moved within half a sack of Chris Doleman (150.5) for fourth place on the NFL's all-time sack list. Peppers is also the Carolina franchise leader in sacks with 87.5 and doesn't seem to be slowing down anytime soon.
  12. Julius Frazier Peppers Thread

    NFL Network @nflnetwork “I did not like playing @juliuspeppers_. He was a nightmare. He’s showing to still be that nightmare.” [email protected] #TNF @NFLGameDay 2:36 7:05 PM · Oct 12, 2017
  13. Too many black supremacists in here for me, I'm out.
  14. At some point you have let the past be the past, get a grip and self educate yourself to a better future. Stop blaming the government and white folk for your shortcomings. Grow a pair, bootstrap, start a business and improve your situation. This is 2017, not 1861 or 1965. There's no more whites only fountains or colored folks to the back of the bus. There is equal opportunity for all to start a business and become successful, no more victim hood poor me mentality folks. Now get the ball rolling!