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Photo-caption Extravaganza: Julius Peppers and Kevin Greene

Join us for some off season high-jinx as we bring you another edition of the Windy City Gridiron Caption Contest!

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That big fella on the left is Chicago Bears Pro Bowl defensive end Julius Peppers, but you probably knew that. He's amassed 111.5 sacks in 11 seasons, something you may not have known.

The bespectacled guy on the right is Kevin Greene, who is currently the outside linebackers coach of the Green Bay Packers. During Greene's 15 year playing career he picked up 160 sacks.

Peppers is currently 18th all time in sacks, and Greene is number three. Between them they gave a bunch of stress headaches and sleepless nights to offensive coordinators league wide. They caused offensive tackles to jump off sides, hold, and do whatever it took to block them.

Peppers is a bad, bad man, and Greene was as dangerous as they came back in his day.

For today's caption contest, we want to know what these two are saying to each other, but there's a catch. We want your caption to be from a movie, but not just any movie, a buddy cop type film. If you are unaware of what a buddy cop type flick is, I provided you a wiki-link, and I would be thoroughly disappointed if you needed to click said link to determine what a buddy cop movie was. Bonus points will be given to whomever is the first to correctly guess what movie your lines are from.

The winner will receive a special shout out from me via Twitter (@wiltfongjr) declaring you the WCG Caption Contest Grand Champion. Wow... The winner also will be in line to receive a limited edition WCG Peppermint. Double Wow...

The winner will be determined by the number of recs you receive. So you you like someones caption, be sure to rec it.

One other thing, don't be the guy or gal that fails to read all the way through and submit a caption that isn't within the rules. Buddy cop movie line...

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