• Peppers makes the Bears defense go

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Oct 3, 2012
    And it all starts with Peppers, who got a six-year $91.5 million free agent deal in 2010 with $42 million guaranteed. Still reeling after giving up six sacks to the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday, the Jaguars may face an even tougher challenge this Sunday when they take on the Chicago Bears’ defensive line and their premier defensive end, Julius Peppers. The Bears’ linemen can cause havoc even when they don’t get a lot of sacks. The timing isn’t the best for the Jaguars. They had just one sack in Dallas Monday night, but harassed Tony Romo into throwing five interceptions, two that were returned for touchdowns. They could make it a long day for Jaguars quarterback Blaine Gabbert.

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