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Today is a Good Day for This Julius Peppers’ Dunk

Julius Peppers

Hey, if you’re not slacking off at work today, watching college basketball then we’re just going to assume there’s something wrong with you.

If you don’t know how to do that — March Madness Live. Look it up. We fully support you not doing your job today and tomorrow. Tell your boss we said so.

But anyway, Julius Peppers.

Way back when, he played some college basketball. Way back when, he threw down some dunks.

Like this alley-oop, which, interestingly enough, was thrown to him by another guy who played football. That guy is Ronald Curry, who went on to play for the Raiders.

You better get a TO, Wake!

Monty McMahon

Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.



  1. MGP March 19, 2015

    No way…. :-)

  2. Savage57 March 20, 2015

    Gotta use the shit out of this guy in the red zone next year. Guy has athleticism that only Bballer’s have.

    I hope MM sees this shit and realizes he has a 6’7″ guy that can high point a ball at about 11′.

    1. Abe Frohman March 20, 2015

      MM tried it against NO this last season. Recall how well that went?

      Dunking at 6′ 7″ tall is not impressive. How high does he have to jump to do that? 8 inches? But yes, this was a cool athletic play.

      1. Howard March 20, 2015

        Abe have to agree about NO and I complained about the call at the time, however in defense of Peppers running a slant is not the best way to use him if you are going to throw to him. After watching one of Peppers Lambeau leaps last year I do believe he still has a fairly good vertical leap and it is well over 8 inches. I think 11′ for a jump ball is not a stretch for Peppers and may be selling him short. This could work against vertically challenged DB ‘s.

  3. The Money Mike March 20, 2015

    My God…Every Fucking day do this in both corners of the endzone at practice

  4. jtmax March 20, 2015

    Problem with that play was it was thrown hard and stomach level. Got to run an out in corner for isolation and lob it up high.