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Frump Day Links, 1-12-2011 – Or: Congratulations to the 2011 Tennessee Volunteers Edition

January 12, 2011

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Spreading the love, one fatty at a time.

Little late on the Frump Day links today.  All apologies, but “real” work has kind of been occupying my time as of lately.

  • The Victory Formation has scientifically determined that next year’s BCS Champion will be the Tennessee Volunteers.  Probably a relatively safe bet. [The Victory Formation]
  • 5 technical fouls in a span of 10 seconds? Never! [No Guts, No Glory]
  • Blake Griffin comes to the defense of Lebron James, subtly hints at his inevitable, future departure to the Los Angles Lakers [Sportress of Blogitude]
  • N.C. State suffered a tough loss last night at the hands of Boston College. What does this mean for Sidney Lowe? [StateFans Nation]
  • Bengals fans: Now auctioning off their allegiance on eBay [Last Angry Fan]
  • Reggie Bush finally admits, sort of, that the Texans were right to take Mario Williams [Ball Junkie]
  • West Ham striker Carlton Cole reminds me of one of my favorite Onion Sports Network articles of all time [The Score]
  • Brett isn’t the only source of embarrassment for the Favre family, apparently. [Foul Balls]
  • Brett Michaels is headlining a Steelers playoff party? Really? [Terez Owens]
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Julius Peppers steals $91.5 million from the Bears

March 6, 2010


good riddance

No question Pep is a physical freak.  Too bad he has the heart of Bonzi Wells.

Don’t let a 10 sack/year average fool you.  The Panthers have been extremely average (9-7) over his career and Pep has been able to collect more garbage stats as a result that anyone in recent memory.  6 of his 10.5 sacks last year came against Tampa Bay, Washington and Buffalo.  Don’t forget the brilliant ’07 campaign, in which he barely sacked opposing QB’s more than me (2.5).  Any dude who is 6-7, 290 and runs like a RB should DOMINATE (see Mario Williams).  Not jog around aimlessly for half the plays he is on the field.

What I remember is the non-existence in the run game.  The lack of leadership in the locker room.  The general ‘not giving a shit’ attitude that seemed to permeate from him on the sidelines.

Now this team unquestionably belongs to Jon Beason (thank God).  If the Cats play with half of his determination, they will be fine moving forward.  Without Delhomme giving the ball up every other drive with a confused look on his face and without Pep jogging to the ball every play, maybe now I can finally pull whole-heartedly for the home town team.  Finally.


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