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A Peppers thread not about Peppers.

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I've noticed that last year Julius was consistently going to strip the ball. Not a bad detail but a very good one actually. When he was in a position to make a play he would come through and get a fumble.

Now is that Pep being Pep or is Chris Harris/Coaching staff?

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Pep being Pep, looking for the pretty stats, but he soon will be doing more of it. I live in Indy and cant remember how many times Ive seen Robert Mathis strip the QB. The Texans almost beat the Colts a couple times until Robert stripped Sage Rosenfels multiple times. It put the offense back on the field.

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Ummm, I believe this is still about Peppers.....

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Pep being Pep, looking for the pretty stats, but he soon will be doing more of it. I live in Indy and cant remember how many times Ive seen Robert Mathis strip the QB. The Texans almost beat the Colts a couple times until Robert stripped Sage Rosenfels multiple times. It put the offense back on the field.

When chris harris strips the ball it's fire and desire but when pep strips it he's just doing it for the stats?

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Pep wants out of carolina so he can be a chippendale?

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As of now we dont have to worry about him stripping anything cause he is not a part of this team.

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Pep wants out of carolina so he can be a chippendale?

:lol: He won't make 17m in 5 months doing that.

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this thread scares me.

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i like that idea of going for the strip but lets make sure we can get the tackle or sack first. Saw it a couple of times last year....we went for the ball and missed the tackle.....just my opinion

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This is nothing new from Peppers. While I love that Harris has become synonymous with going for the strip and forcing fumbles, he wasn't the first player to do it.

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