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#46 Montsta

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Posted 06 March 2010 - 02:55 AM

Peppers, it is a shame he didn't have one hundredth of Jake Delhomme in him.

He might have been great.

He might have been a legend.

Instead, he's just another very rich, overpaid athlete.

There are many little kids who wore his jersey. I guess it would have pained him too much to have one simple statement of kindness for thos people who supported him and an organization that made him a millionaire when he didn't deserve it.

I hope that somehow, some way, the Panthers and their running backs find a way to beat the living hammered poo out of him.


Well said. I've never heard that son of a bitch say one single decent thing about the Panthers organization or it's fanbase. fug him.

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Posted 06 March 2010 - 03:22 AM

Peppers, it is a shame he didn't have one hundredth of Jake Delhomme in him.

He might have been great.

He might have been a legend.

Instead, he's just another very rich, overpaid athlete.

There are many little kids who wore his jersey. I guess it would have pained him too much to have one simple statement of kindness for thos people who supported him and an organization that made him a millionaire when he didn't deserve it.

I hope that somehow, some way, the Panthers and their running backs find a way to beat the living hammered poo out of him.


Well said. Why couldn't he be like Jake & have no hard feeling for the Panthers and thanks us for starting his career in the NFL? Again, he has no heart......just like he does on the field sometime!!

#48 Gman was right

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Posted 06 March 2010 - 08:43 AM

Thats right, cause we were in 528 row 15 with the big ass teletron behind us enjoying the only shade in the uppers on a 93 degree september day. And the first care bears touchdown came from within five minutes of the start of the first quarter from a blocked punt by YOUR special teams. And you and the care bear fans had a right to be joyfull. But i guess you stopped recording at the end of the 4th cause you were to busy high fiving the other care bear fans on what a great game that was when they blew a 17 to 3 lead in 20 minutes. Yeah, you owned it.


Too bad Im not a bears fan and could care less one way or the other for them. I was happy that MY panthers rallied back and won but was dissapointed that our stadium looked like soldier field south. We were talking about how the bear fans took over our stadium not who won the game. I probably shouldnt be upset since opposing fans own BOA stadium all the time

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Posted 06 March 2010 - 10:27 AM

Gross and Otah have practiced against him more than any other players in the NFL. This ought to be fun to watch.

(But then again, he's practiced against them more than anyone else has, too...)

Clash of the titans...

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Posted 06 March 2010 - 07:49 PM

I probably shouldnt be upset since opposing fans own BOA stadium all the time


Are you serious?!? That is not true. Remeber when we beat Atlanta & Detroit at our home last year? Tell me, did their fans own our stadium? Nope. Nice lies of your there, especially with saying "my panthers".

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Posted 06 March 2010 - 07:57 PM

Stop your ries

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Posted 06 March 2010 - 08:08 PM

This is going to be a great game, and I'll be there for sure. I have always been a big Peps fan and I hope he does good in Chicago.... but not when he's playing against us.

I think Gross and Otah will do their jobs. Peps might get 1 sack or 2, but Matt's quick on his feet and will bootleg out in the opposite direction on PA plays ( just like we did against the Vikings last season... how many sacks did Jared Allen have against us???) And last time I checked Peppers isn't the best run blocker around.... smash and dash baby! Panthers will win :)

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Posted 06 March 2010 - 08:22 PM

And another thing, did you see that big smile on Peps face at the press conference the other night? All he cares about is signing that big time contract and the money. He will be just like he was at Carolina the last few years, 4 sacks one year and 10 sacks the next. He's not consistent, nor does he want to be. He got the money and that's what it was all about. He has no "love" or "passion" for the game, at least that's what previous Panther DL players have said about him. I'm just glad the Panthers didn't give him a 96 million dollar contract. ;)

Moving to another team with a worst offense and defense than us... will not increase his "passion for the game," which scouts and coaches questioned even before he was drafted.

This is a good quote for Peppers: "The more things change the more they stay the same."