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NFL Live's top pass rushing tandems

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Good list, but I would have CJ and Hardy number 1.  

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You must be new to watching TV. Anything about the Panthers is mediocre. They can't be #1 at anything it makes it easier to talk about Manziel, Cowboys, Jets, and Tom Brady.

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Oh god the Denver upsell

How the fug are two guys that never played together before, one of them on the wrong side of 30 and who doesn't fit in Denver's defensive scheme automatically considered top 3

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Oh god the Denver upsell

How the fug are two guys that never played together before, one of them on the wrong side of 30 and who doesn't fit in Denver's defensive scheme automatically considered top 3

How about Peppers in the top 5 with Matthews in a defense hes never played in as well?  Ha, ESPN trying WAYYYYYYYY too hard on this one.  

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All this chart proves is either espn doesn't know what they're talking about and is just throwing big names at the screen or that getting two very good pass rushers is really fuging hard

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ESPN should do the top 'wife/girlfriend/one night stand beating' tandem in sports reporting.

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ESPN: here is a chart of the best teams with red as their primary jersey color

1. Denver

2. Everybody else

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Why would they put two "tandems" on there that have never even played with each other? #ESPN

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I'm surprised those dipshits even have us at two.

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