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Peppers speaks on "redemption" vs. Panthers offense


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#37 Brooklyn Bully

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Posted 26 October 2012 - 01:04 AM

It's also the, "HOW DARE YOU SMACK TALK THE PANTHERS", bravado. Like some fans are in a gang or something. Someone trashes Cam and people go nuts on here, like Cam is their own son and they have to defend him. It's pretty pathetic.

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Posted 26 October 2012 - 03:12 AM

It's also the, "HOW DARE YOU SMACK TALK THE PANTHERS", bravado. Like some fans are in a gang or something. Someone trashes Cam and people go nuts on here, like Cam is their own son and they have to defend him. It's pretty pathetic.



I just have to say... it's funny to read that and then look up and see that a poster names "Brooklyn Bully" wrote that.

I agree with you, but that just struck me as odd is all.

#39 King Taharqa

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Posted 26 October 2012 - 06:20 AM

Dude is more Carolina Coward. He pulls for and sides with whoever we play because he hates our QB so much. Lol

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Posted 26 October 2012 - 06:22 AM

The Bears are a very beatable team.

If the Panthers play smart football, they very much have a chance. They have been in every game except one.

Julius has never been that great on running plays....anyone remember the Superbowl? How did NE run? Where did they run?

It has not changed in 10 years.

I've seen games in which a TE controlled Peppers.

The OC for the Panthers has to be smart enough (and therein lies the problem) to avoid Peppers side on passing and run
straight ahead plays and misdirection. Do that, got a chance....don't do that, well, we know the ending.

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Posted 26 October 2012 - 06:28 AM

Well, the gay talk itself is part hate, but also part Peppers never being seen with a girlfriend and I believe somebody claimed once to have seen him leaving a gay bar. Regardless, it's childish and irrelevant to football. Just grown men/little boys acting like middle school guys in the "cool kid" clique.



He's not gay, I know that for a fact. The only Panther I remember being chided for such from inside the locker room was Ken Lucas. Pep got a STD from a french model, if that makes him gay, then I want to be gay too...minus the STD.

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Posted 26 October 2012 - 06:28 AM

I dont think Peppers will be a factor. Its the other guys on their D we have to worry about, as well as Hester on special teams.

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Posted 26 October 2012 - 06:31 AM

I dont think Peppers will be a factor. Its the other guys on their D we have to worry about, as well as Hester on special teams.


Henry Melton worries me against our rearranged interior OL.

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Posted 26 October 2012 - 07:45 AM

He's not gay, I know that for a fact.


His brother apparently tells people that he is flaming gay.

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Posted 26 October 2012 - 08:38 AM

He's not gay, I know that for a fact. The only Panther I remember being chided for such from inside the locker room was Ken Lucas. Pep got a STD from a french model, if that makes him gay, then I want to be gay too...minus the STD.

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Posted 26 October 2012 - 08:45 AM

-- If history holds, former Panther Julius Peppers will make exactly one big play against Carolina, and otherwise you won't notice him much. Peppers had an interception vs. Carolina in 2010 and a field-goal block in 2011 (both Chicago wins).


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Posted 26 October 2012 - 09:21 AM

Peppers' heel is bothering him too, he sat out a few series Monday night... Im more worried about Tillman & Briggs...

Had a small exchange with a Bears fan I know, he said to me, "Good luck scoring on our D.."
I replied, "Same to you..." Their O is not something to be worried about. Keep Marshall & Forte mostly contained and they are severely limited. I am much more worried about their D scoring on us than their O... But this gaem is absolutely winnable for us, as the last 3 were. Hopefully we dont give the game to them, drop a pass 2yds short or get the same officials and we should be allright...

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Posted 26 October 2012 - 09:25 AM

Keep Marshall & Forte mostly contained and they are severely limited.


Forte rushed for a staggering 205 yards in the Bears' 34-29 victory in 2011, second all-time in yardage allowed by Carolina. He also ran for 166 yards in 2010 vs. the Panthers, which gives him two of the top 10 rushing games against Carolina ever.


i'm glad keuchly is on the roster. i have faith in the rookie's ability in keeping this from happening again.