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CJ 10th most productive pass rusher in the past 3 seasons

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Thanks for the info CJ is only getting better hope he in top 3 this season!!!

Since the 1st season of Panther football don't think I ever been this R U Ready ready 4 some Football!!

We not only have high expectations but the Folks are Here to back the expectations up and that is down right Exciting!

Young Mr. Newton going to show humbly who put the SWAG in Swagger and the suporting cast just keeps getting better.

Gooooo Panthers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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How was this list Calculated? Based off of what?

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How was this list Calculated? Based off of what?

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For those not familiar with our Pass Rushing Productivity stat it’s pretty simple. It’s not just about sacks, and it’s not just about total pressure numbers. No, it adds a degree of context by looking at just how much a player rushes the passer while valuing hits and hurries at 75% of sacks
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Wow, I thought my liking of CJ was just due to pure homerism.

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Perhpas we should pay him Top-10 money.

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wtf Allen at 19? No Tuck? no Giants at all? man they make a big deal about that D-line

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But but but but, he's making too much money!

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Surprised about Jared Allen.

I think PFF favors guys who are asked to pass rush more than be overall DEs. I think that reflects in Allen and Pep's ranking.

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The article was specifically interned for solely showing who were the most productive pass rushers. There overall rankings show Allen and Peppers both in the top seven.

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