Packers gambling on a hot Peppers, not the cold type
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- When the Green Bay Packers reconvene at 1265 Lombardi Ave., David Bakhtiari will a question for Julius Peppers.
The left tackle never understood theses hot-and-cold, motor-related concerns himself.
Through his two games against the defensive end - and all that Packers-Bears footage he studied - Peppers was a brawler.
Or, in Bakhtiari's words, this 6-foot-7, 287-pound "freak" was "geeked up" to play Green Bay.
"I don't know what gets into him," Bakhtiari said, "but every time he plays us, he's getting after it. I want to ask him, 'What is... read more
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