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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by PredatorPeppers View Post
    You must be forgetting about Julius Peppers 2004 season buddy...


    52 solo tackles, 12 assisted tackles, 11 sacks, 4 forced fumbles, 1 fumble recovery for 60 yds. and a touchdown, 2 interceptions for 143 yds ( the most all time in one season by a D lineman ) 1 he ran back 46 yds. for a TD and the other he ran back 97 yds. and was tripped up at the 1 yd. line. 9 passes defensed, 4 stuffs, 1 blocked kick.

    JPP had a very impressive season last year, but it was not as good as Peppers 3rd season in the league.
    So JPP had more solo tackles than Peppers has COMBINED tackles. Not even close. JPP had 6.5 MORE SACKS THAN PEPPERS. JPP also had a blocked game winning field goal vs the Cowboys which saved the Giants season. And he won a ring. He had 8 stuffs and 4 in the playoffs alone. 7 passes defended and 4 in the playoffs.

    These guys are not cornerbacks...a couple interceptions does not make a season better considering that JPP had way more tackles and sacks

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    I hate Peppers because of you now.. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by PredatorPeppers View Post
    Why? Just because of his Super Bowl trophy?
    yeah, it shouldn't matter but it does...if it was 100% stat based cris carter would of been in on his 1st ballot
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    Quote Originally Posted by 15carlos21 View Post
    where is the love for John Abraham
    Meh, while being a very good pass-rusher, he simply isn't on the level of the other players, imo. He, too, was kinda a one-trick pony, imo, like Freeny and, while a very good pass rush, simply wasn't on Freeny's level in that regard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LegendX View Post
    Freeney has been one of the best pure pass rushers over the past decade, he may be a one trick pony but that is because of the system he was in and because he was damn good at it. I don't like one trick ponies either, but when they deliver like Freeney on a consistent basis then they deserve respect and credit.
    No doubt, and I gave him credit. In fact, he might be the most talented pass-rusher in the game during my lifetime. However, it just doesn't make up for an overall lineman who can do everything. I was using hyperbole with the "15", but I do think the guy has been overrated due to the sexy sack numbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PredatorPeppers View Post
    Peppers is actually the better player to be honest. Peppers has already made more pro bowls than Taylor and is tied with Strahan. Peppers has as many first team all pros as Taylor and 1 less than Strahan, but more second team all pros than Taylor and tied with Strahan. Peppers has 7 double digit sack seasons, Strahan and Taylor have 6. Peppers is going to pass them in sack totals and just about every other statistic, although Taylor is impressive with his forced fumble totals and passes defensed.
    It's a matter of role. Peppers plays more of a conventional lineman role while Taylor was the versatile end on a defense that featured multiple sets and assignments for a very long time. He played more in pass coverage off the line than Peppers will ever dream of, and simply brought more to the table, while being likely as good of a pass rusher.

    All-pros and pro bowls are meaningless. Due to Taylor's role in Miami he just didn't get the same sexy sack numbers which people drool over in those votes. Taylor could have had double digit sacks every year, imho.

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    Lol i only like Peppers on food

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    Quote Originally Posted by BradHolt4CYoung View Post
    So JPP had more solo tackles than Peppers has COMBINED tackles. Not even close. JPP had 6.5 MORE SACKS THAN PEPPERS. JPP also had a blocked game winning field goal vs the Cowboys which saved the Giants season. And he won a ring. He had 8 stuffs and 4 in the playoffs alone. 7 passes defended and 4 in the playoffs.

    These guys are not cornerbacks...a couple interceptions does not make a season better considering that JPP had way more tackles and sacks
    That is your opinion and you are entitled to it until I say otherwise , but it wasn't just a couple of interceptions, it was 2 interceptions for 143 yards, 1 fumble recovery for 60 yds, 2 defensive touchdowns, 2 passes defensed, 2 forced fumbles, more than JPP had. Both are impressive seasons, but Peppers had the more impressive season all across the board IMO.

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    1.Peppers has only had over 12 sacks 3 times in 10 year career

    2. Demarcus Ware has had over 12 sacks 4 times in 7 years = Ware >Peppers

    3. Ware has had more solo tackles than peppers every year he has been in the league = ware> peppers

    4. Peppers has .5 sacks more than ware with 3 years more playing time= Ware> Peppers

    5. Peppers has 1 more solo tackle than ware with 3 more years playing time = ware > peppers

    6. Ware has 15 more tot tackles than peppers with 3 years less playing time ware> peppers

    7. Ware 2nd youngest ever to a 100 sacks. ware > Peppers



    WARE > PEPPERS AT EVERY THING
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    Quote Originally Posted by PredatorPeppers View Post
    Peppers is actually the better player to be honest. Peppers has already made more pro bowls than Taylor and is tied with Strahan. Peppers has as many first team all pros as Taylor and 1 less than Strahan, but more second team all pros than Taylor and tied with Strahan. Peppers has 7 double digit sack seasons, Strahan and Taylor have 6. Peppers is going to pass them in sack totals and just about every other statistic, although Taylor is impressive with his forced fumble totals and passes defensed.
    You think Peppers will pass Strahan in tackles? Because right now Strahan has twice as much tackles as Peppers.

    Peppers will need to play another 4 years getting 10 sacks a year for him to pass Strahan in sacks. He's 32 years old. It's no lock to happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LegendX View Post
    Jason Taylor and Michael Strahan are easily better than Julius Peppers this past decade. Yes mother****ers I'm feeding the troll. But my statement still stands and is still correct.
    disagree Strahan was very inconsistent, Peppers will probably end up with more career sacks then him anyways. As for Taylor if Peppers continues putting up 10+ sack season no chance Taylor was better. Peppers will best these 2 as hes a freak.


    You can cover a turd in sugar but in the end you'll still have a turd... Or you'll have a typical Marc Trestman press conference describing his pathetic team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raiderfaninTX View Post
    1.Peppers has only had over 12 sacks 3 times in 10 year career

    2. Demarcus Ware has had over 12 sacks 4 times in 7 years = Ware >Peppers

    3. Ware has had more solo tackles than peppers every year he has been in the league = ware> peppers

    4. Peppers has .5 sacks more than ware with 3 years more playing time= Ware> Peppers

    5. Peppers has 1 more solo tackle than ware with 3 more years playing time = ware > peppers

    6. Ware has 15 more tot tackles than peppers with 3 years less playing time ware> peppers

    7. Ware 2nd youngest ever to a 100 sacks. ware > Peppers



    WARE > PEPPERS AT EVERY THING
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    Different positions, horrible comparison by OP.


    You can cover a turd in sugar but in the end you'll still have a turd... Or you'll have a typical Marc Trestman press conference describing his pathetic team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 85BearsDefense View Post
    Different positions, horrible comparison by OP.
    Got you

    Ware cant help he is a better football player and athlete so that he can play Dend and LB

    thanks for proving my point.

    Also OP listed ware in his list and compares him to ware in all his threads.

    Now argue that , bear homer. Or go drink some of those Jay cutler bottled tears and tell us how the bears are the best team in the NFC NORTH with brandon marshall
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wade>Kobe View Post
    It's a matter of role. Peppers plays more of a conventional lineman role while Taylor was the versatile end on a defense that featured multiple sets and assignments for a very long time. He played more in pass coverage off the line than Peppers will ever dream of, and simply brought more to the table, while being likely as good of a pass rusher.

    All-pros and pro bowls are meaningless. Due to Taylor's role in Miami he just didn't get the same sexy sack numbers which people drool over in those votes. Taylor could have had double digit sacks every year, imho.
    Julius Peppers was used in coverage a TON in his earlier Carolina days, he dropped all the time on zone blitzes. Not only that but he moves all over the line of scrimmage, especially with the Bears, he is used like Reggie White was, Peppers is the more versatile defender.

    http://chicago.cbslocal.com/2011/11/...-game-changer/

    For Aikman, the Bears allowing Peppers to attack the middle of an offensive line is reminiscent of one of the greatest defensive linemen in the history of the game he used to play against.

    “Going to back to when I was playing, they used to do that, the Philadelphia Eagles did, with Reggie White,” Aikman said. “You think you know where he’s going to be, or you anticipate that he’s going to be here most of the time, but then you know he’s going to move up and down that offensive line until he finds a matchup that he feels good about. That puts some stress on an offense.”

    http://sports.espn.go.com/boston/nfl...ory?id=5900330

    "You could put him anywhere on the field," Belichick said. "He can play on the front line, he could play linebacker. He could play strong safety. He could play anywhere on the defensive line. He's tall. Richard Seymour was tall and he played there. Put him out at tight end, make a left tackle out of him. I wouldn't want to tackle him if he was carrying the ball. He's a great player."

    http://www.suntimes.com/sports/15068...lone-star.html

    Coach Lovie Smith discussed the group on Monday, but discussed Peppers in length.

    “He’s as good an athlete I think as there is in the NFL,” Smith said. “Anything you ask him to do, he can. I’m convinced that if we ask him to play free safety, he would figure out a way to play it well.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wade>Kobe View Post
    1) Ware
    2) Allen
    3) Peppers
    4) Someone else
    5) Someone else


    15) Freeny

    Freeny spent his career as a one-trick poney who got wayyy oo much love because of the sexy sack numbers.
    Yes.


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