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Peppers Or Abraham?

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Whichever is cheaper. Probably Peppers with the edge cause of Abraham having a history of injuries.

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Wish you could put Abrahams motor in Peppers. Hed be the greatest ever.

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Peppers. I see Abraham as a one trick pony. He rushes the passer. Peppers is more of a complete player.

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Peppers. I see Abraham as a one trick pony. He rushes the passer. Peppers is more of a complete player.

Totally agree, Abraham is useless against the run and is not an every down player.

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sorry- but I would take Abraham. He's more an impact player and shows up more during critical moments. If you don't beleive me then ask Mac or Quenson Buckner...they don't think Peppers is better.

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sorry- but I would take Abraham. He's more an impact player and shows up more during critical moments. If you don't beleive me then ask Mac or Quenson Buckner...they don't think Peppers is better.

i love abraham, and he is an elite pass rusher, but my god i hold my breath every snap hopin he doesnt get injured, what you guys got with peppers is a good thing, you guys should resign him or franchise him

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A better question is who gets the better human growth hormones........I mean since the doctor here in Columbia was incarcerated. ...Peppers had a real off year. Abraham has many ties here in Columbia(being a Gamecock).....has unusual muscle injuries.....strange viral infections for Peppers.

With that said....Peppers is a better all around player because average tackles keep him all around the line.

At least Abraham collapses the pocket when he is all good. He brings little else.

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