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Is Julius Peppers the greatest player in Panthers history?

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Career wise....who ranks highest amongst their positional peers all time?

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Just throwing this out....one sites take... this is essentially there odds for HOF I believed sing their careers to date, stats, and comparing against those who are in (someone can correct that if wrong). Like everything, there are some thinks that don't always seen correct. QBs for example, Rivers and Vick seem high so I think the regular season production weighs HEAVILY skewing things...

http://www.pro-football-reference.com/leaders/av_active.htm

Rank Player (age), + - HOFer, Bold - Active AV Years Teams

1. Peyton Manning (36) 235 1998-2012 2TM

2. Ray Lewis (37) 222 1996-2012 rav

3. Tom Brady (35) 178 2000-2012 nwe

4. Tony Gonzalez (36) 172 1997-2012 2TM

5. Randy Moss (35) 161 1998-2012 5TM

6. Drew Brees (33) 160 2001-2012 2TM

7. Ronde Barber (37) 157 1997-2012 tam

8. Brian Urlacher (34) 153 2000-2012 chi

Champ Bailey (34) 153 1999-2012 2TM

10. Julius Peppers (32) 144 2002-2012 2TM

11. Reggie Wayne (34) 142 2001-2012 clt

12. Ed Reed (34) 134 2002-2012 rav

Charles Woodson (36) 134 1998-2012 2TM

14. London Fletcher (37) 133 1998-2012 3TM

15. Jeff Saturday 126 1999-2012 2TM

16. Antonio Gates (32) 118 2003-2012 sdg

Lance Briggs (32) 118 2003-2012 chi

18. Richard Seymour (33) 113 2001-2012 2TM

Takeo Spikes (36) 113 1998-2012 5TM

20. Steve Smith (33) 112 2001-2012 car

Justin Smith (33) 112 2001-2012 2TM

22. Kevin Williams (32) 110 2003-2012 min

John Abraham (34) 110 2000-2012 2TM

24. Philip Rivers (31) 109 2004-2012 sdg

25. Keith Brooking (37) 108 1998-2012 3TM

26. Jared Allen (30) 107 2004-2012 2TM

27. Ben Roethlisberger (30) 105 2004-2012 pit

28. Michael Vick (32) 104 2001-2012 2TM

Andre Johnson (31) 104 2003-2012 htx

Matt Hasselbeck (37) 104 1999-2012 3TM

31. Troy Polamalu (31) 103 2003-2012 pit

32. Eli Manning (31) 102 2004-2012 nyg

Jason Witten (30) 102 2003-2012 dal

34. Terrell Suggs (30) 100 2003-2012 rav

35. DeMarcus Ware (30) 99 2005-2012 dal

Steve Hutchinson (35) 99 2001-2012 3TM

37. Wes Welker (31) 96 2004-2012 3TM

Casey Hampton (35) 96 2001-2012 pit

39. Donald Driver (37) 95 1999-2012 gnb

Dwight Freeney (32) 95 2002-2012 clt

Carson Palmer (33) 95 2004-2012 2TM

42. Mike Peterson (36) 93 1999-2012 3TM

James Harrison (34) 93 2002-2012 pit

Matt Birk (36) 93 1998-2012 2TM

45. Patrick Willis (27) 92 2007-2012 sfo

46. Haloti Ngata (28) 91 2006-2012 rav

47. Aaron Rodgers (29) 90 2005-2012 gnb

48. Roddy White (31) 89 2005-2012 atl

Santana Moss (33) 89 2001-2012 2TM

Jahri Evans (29) 89 2006-2012 nor

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Just throwing this out....one sites take... this is essentially there odds for HOF I believed sing their careers to date, stats, and comparing against those who are in (someone can correct that if wrong). Like everything, there are some thinks that don't always seen correct. QBs for example, Rivers and Vick seem high so I think the regular season production weighs HEAVILY skewing things...

http://www.pro-footb...s/av_active.htm

Rank Player (age), + - HOFer, Bold - Active AV Years Teams

1. Peyton Manning (36) 235 1998-2012 2TM

2. Ray Lewis (37) 222 1996-2012 rav

3. Tom Brady (35) 178 2000-2012 nwe

4. Tony Gonzalez (36) 172 1997-2012 2TM

5. Randy Moss (35) 161 1998-2012 5TM

6. Drew Brees (33) 160 2001-2012 2TM

7. Ronde Barber (37) 157 1997-2012 tam

8. Brian Urlacher (34) 153 2000-2012 chi

Champ Bailey (34) 153 1999-2012 2TM

10. Julius Peppers (32) 144 2002-2012 2TM

11. Reggie Wayne (34) 142 2001-2012 clt

12. Ed Reed (34) 134 2002-2012 rav

Charles Woodson (36) 134 1998-2012 2TM

14. London Fletcher (37) 133 1998-2012 3TM

15. Jeff Saturday 126 1999-2012 2TM

16. Antonio Gates (32) 118 2003-2012 sdg

Lance Briggs (32) 118 2003-2012 chi

18. Richard Seymour (33) 113 2001-2012 2TM

Takeo Spikes (36) 113 1998-2012 5TM

20. Steve Smith (33) 112 2001-2012 car

Justin Smith (33) 112 2001-2012 2TM

22. Kevin Williams (32) 110 2003-2012 min

John Abraham (34) 110 2000-2012 2TM

24. Philip Rivers (31) 109 2004-2012 sdg

25. Keith Brooking (37) 108 1998-2012 3TM

26. Jared Allen (30) 107 2004-2012 2TM

27. Ben Roethlisberger (30) 105 2004-2012 pit

28. Michael Vick (32) 104 2001-2012 2TM

Andre Johnson (31) 104 2003-2012 htx

Matt Hasselbeck (37) 104 1999-2012 3TM

31. Troy Polamalu (31) 103 2003-2012 pit

32. Eli Manning (31) 102 2004-2012 nyg

Jason Witten (30) 102 2003-2012 dal

34. Terrell Suggs (30) 100 2003-2012 rav

35. DeMarcus Ware (30) 99 2005-2012 dal

Steve Hutchinson (35) 99 2001-2012 3TM

37. Wes Welker (31) 96 2004-2012 3TM

Casey Hampton (35) 96 2001-2012 pit

39. Donald Driver (37) 95 1999-2012 gnb

Dwight Freeney (32) 95 2002-2012 clt

Carson Palmer (33) 95 2004-2012 2TM

42. Mike Peterson (36) 93 1999-2012 3TM

James Harrison (34) 93 2002-2012 pit

Matt Birk (36) 93 1998-2012 2TM

45. Patrick Willis (27) 92 2007-2012 sfo

46. Haloti Ngata (28) 91 2006-2012 rav

47. Aaron Rodgers (29) 90 2005-2012 gnb

48. Roddy White (31) 89 2005-2012 atl

Santana Moss (33) 89 2001-2012 2TM

Jahri Evans (29) 89 2006-2012 nor

Read this to understand the Approximate Value Method

http://www.pro-football-reference.com/blog/?page_id=8061

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question....

Career wise....who ranks highest amongst their positional peers all time?

Peppers

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Julius Peppers' conference calls before each of his games against the Panthers...

http://www.panthers.com/media-vault/audio/Week-5-Julius-Peppers-Conference-Call/7ef7d7df-daf2-44dd-bb77-f53df0fb207f 2010

http://www.panthers.com/media-vault/audio/Week-4-Julius-Peppers-Conference-Call/d30b0dda-0ef5-48a1-b89b-06708823f606 2011

http://www.panthers.com/media-vault/audio/Week-8-Julius-Peppers-Conference-Call/c3f66e89-4fbd-4cc8-9c2f-4b70c1be52a3 2012

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How high does Richard Phillips rate on the list of worst huddle posters

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Whoa whoa whoa Grits is a laughingstock no doubt but let's not get carried away thinking Gamecock fans care at all about some ACC team that isn't Clemson

Bigger fish to fry

He's also a duke basketball fan

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I had legitimately forgotten about Peppers until I saw this thread

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Not even close

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Everything considered,i would vote Steve Smith the greatest Panther player ever.

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