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Bleacher Report on Pep refers to Pep as a "lemon"

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I read this, and there are some valid points. But, I believe that Eric Quackenbush is basically a quack for saying that Peppers has had an overall "mediocre" performance as a Panther. The guy must have spiked his Peppers hatorade. I do believe that his points about getting value for Pep are quite valid. A trade involving Matt Cassel is very interesting.

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dude is a fuging JOKE--

A final possibility of which might be feasible, would be to trade Julius Peppers to the Chicago Bears in return for their quarterback Kyle Orton, depending on what his contract status is and how willing the Bears management would be to part with their "lesser of two evils" quarterback.

what dumb sum bitch would make that trade?

fug no

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dude is a f*cking JOKE--

what dumb sum bitch would make that trade?

f*ck no

I don't know... ... Al Davis ain't even that stupid.

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dude is a f*cking JOKE--

what dumb sum bitch would make that trade?

f*ck no

thats what I thought about when I read the article. I was like do what for Orton. After that I stopped reading.

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I think that writer is also known as "Dimbee".

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Take away most of those Chicago points and pretty on target...

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i could think of a few nfl teams who would settle for an 11 sack per season average lemon.

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Peppers for Orton... man, he's a genius... sign him up as GM.

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if we traded Pep for Orton I would drive to the stadium and hurl feces at anyone I even remotely thought to be associated with the Panthers...

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