PFF: Julius Peppers graded out highest of the defensive players Sunday against the Steelers.

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  1. jbunch14

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    I actually think this game is where Pep turns it on. He always plays the Lions well, and has two of the most memorable plays against them. Killing Stafford and the CJ Clothesline. I think he will be a big factor in this game, and then we can move on to moaning about something else!! :D
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    Just going off Peppers own words.

    Yes, it is only three games in, but Peppers does not look good.
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    Before FA and the draft I was predicting that. They'll have to look at the contract and possibly cut him to keep the players that need kept, regardless of his play.
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    If Peppers bounces back and has a good season, they may want to keep him playing and happy for another year or two. That would complicate their Cutler negotiation. How management deals with these two contracts will have huge implications not only for the draft but also for all the other players who are in the last year of their contract -- like Wootton.

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