2010-11 NFL Playoffs

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  1. FootballDad

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    We also have Rex "I wish I wuz a bruva" Ryan against the white-friendly (offense, at least) Belichick Patriots. It's an easy caste choice there. And although the Ravens, who find their identity primarily with Ray Lewis and "what, me tackle?" Ed Reed, they are still preferable to Mike Tomlin and the CoalMiners, even though most here wish the best for Ben Roethlisberger.
     
  2. ToughJ.Riggins

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    We need the whiter NFL teams to do well, b/c the SEC supremacy talk will be alive and well on DWF message boards after another SEC team has won the BCS championship.

    My take on this is that the SEC has more success getting the best stud QBs and o-lineman, but other positions are pretty equal. There is probably a small gap between black talent in the Big 12, Big 10 or Pac-10 compared to the SEC across the board. There is no doubt in my mind though that Rex Burkhead, Nile Knapp, Sam McGuffie, Toby Gerhart would have similar success to the top black backs like Marc Ingram, Trent Richardson, Michael Dyer, Knile Davis and Jeff Demps if playing in the SEC with that kind of blocking.

    I also think Stanford at this late point in the year may have beaten Auburn with the way Andrew Luck and Stepfan Taylor played late in the season and they also have a top notch o-line that can compete with SEC schools and they are amongst the whitest teams in the country. I guess we'll never know.

    Anyone know the final record in caste match ups for the Bowl games? Last year I think we did well, but this year I don't think we reached the same standards. Bowl games are the best time to check out caste matchups because of the large sum of inter-conference matchups of whiter and blacker conferences.
     
  3. ToughJ.Riggins

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    That's exactly how I'd rank em. I would have put the Jets ahead of the Seahawks, but lots of white guys contributed on offense in the Seahawk win over the Saints. This year showed that every black coach that started the year as a coach other than Jim Caldwell were "black power to my brutha" types. What a shame. I don't think Leslie Frazier fits the black power type coach though we'll have to wait a bit to know for sure.
     
  4. Electric Slide

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    Uhm, Tough J. Toby Gehart DID have even greater success than the top SEC backs. If Gerhart had been the RB for Alabama last year, I believe he would have rushed for 2,100 yards and 32 TDs.
     
  5. ToughJ.Riggins

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    I'm talking about efficiency though not workhorse status, although by my estimate in Heisman voting Gerhart should have won due to more accumulated stats and being more important to his team. I think Gerhart would have had very similar success that Ingram had at Alabama if he was there and got the same carries.
     
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    Also a guy like Nile Knapp or Sam McGuffie may have wound up with a very similar Jeff Demps type role if on Florida (if they were the "right" football colour). I'd predict that these two, particularly Knapp, would actually surpass Demps efficiency with the same carries/role though (which is quite the statement considering how efficient Demps was last year, although I forget how he did this year). BTW, Gerhart had the third most TDs in a season in FBS history I believe I read.Edited by: ToughJ.Riggins
     
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    ES, as it was Gerhart's YPC wasn't too far off from Ingram's (even with Luck not at the same level as this year though and less room to run) and Gerhart seemed to have an even better nose for the endzone than Ingram and had less runs for no gain or loss I believe, overall if anything Gerhart is probably the better back. To add to that thought, I actually like Trent Richardson a little better than Ingram.
     
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    Who is Ron Mexico?

    BTW, Fat Bastard and Vick don't want Kolb going anywhere. They need him as backup. I think Kolb will stay if they give him more money next season, and will not extend him nor Vick until after the 2011/12 season. Depending how they do of course. That is the speculation in Philly. We'll see...
     
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    Listening to Vick on a Philly sports radio station today, he acknowledged the pass should have been higher and towards the left a bit. So Vick did not blame Riley. BTW, did Vick graduate from VT? He doesn't sound too sharp. [​IMG]
     
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    Ron Mexico is a Vick alias:

    http://www.thesmokinggun.com/documents/crime/michael-vick-hit-sex-suit

    As for his graduating from VT, I'm not certain, but I do know the Falcons had to hire a speech coach to try to teach him how to speak English in front of cameras.
     
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    Antonio Cromartie of the NY Jets, who has 9 children with 8 different women, has been talking about Tom Brady.

    From CBS (I'm using italics because the quote symbol seems to have disappeared): Speaking with the New York Daily News, Cromartie said the Jets "don't give a damn"Â about Brady, and the QB's on-field finger pointing shows "the kind of guy he is."Â

    That was just the beginning.

    When asked what kind of guy Brady is, Cromartie seethed, "an aâ€"â€"."Â

    "â€"- him," the Jets cornerback added.

    "That's what I think about him. I don't really give a damn about him,"Â said Cromartie. "I don't have to play against him. I play against the receivers."Â

    Ryan, speaking with New England reporters during a conference call on Wednesday, said he won't crack down on Cromartie for the remarks.

    "In this country, you're allowed to have opinions,"Â Ryan said. "Am I going to punish Antonio Cromartie? No."Â


    Cromartie blasts Brady
     
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    Another jealous negro scumbag. What else is new? Brady is easily one of the most hated white players in the entire league.
     
  13. Electric Slide

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    To be fair, probably one of the most admired white players too.
     
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    That's probably true but the bruthas don't like him very much.
     
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    I have a cousin who's a sort of female DWF, and likes the Steelers. She has a revolting attraction to Polamalu (or however you spell that floppy-haired girl's name), and absolutely hates Brady. Three Super Bowl rings and MVPs? Feh--he wasn't really that great, everyone else on the team was (according to her). I'm secretly hoping Brady meets Tomlin's coal patrol and scorches them for 400+ yards (most going to Welker, Gronkowski and Whitehead, if I get my way) and the Pats pull a Fred "The Hammer" Williamson on Polamalu; maybe Donny Anderson can come out of retirement for one or two plays.
     
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    Many if not most DWFs hate Brady (and Belichick too).

    I have a cousin I hadn't talkedwith in many years that I spoke to a couple of months ago. I knew he's a Giants fan so I brought them up. He still roots for them but hates Eli Manning. And he also hates Peyton Manning and Tom Brady. Those were the only three players that he spoke negatively of. Makes me glad I don't have much contact with him.

    You gotta give the enemies of White, Western, Christian civilization credit for demonically succeeding in programming most White Americans to despise their fellow Whites and especially resent the ones who do well.
     
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    Troy Polamalu the "sex symbol,"Â￾ huh? Such a ridiculous delusion could only be possible in this contrived, parallel-universe-style nation of corporate, dumbed-down, selfish, naive, "empowered"Â￾ white "women."Â￾

    Short, pudgy, soft-spoken, negro-nose, negro-lips, child-bearing hips, fuzzy hair, Jay Leno chin, and black bug eyes"¦but hey, at least he finally shaved that equally nappy beard of his.

    All of those outrageously unfunny "Head and Shoulders"Â￾ commercials are the antithesis of modern "advertising"Â￾ drivel.

    Nice gut, you chubby little sellout"¦
    [​IMG]
     
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    Early this season, I glanced at comments to a Boston Globe story on the Patriots. Many commenters were ripping Tom Brady. One commenter wondered why so many Boston fans disliked Tom Brady.

    Boston area fans use to be criticized for preferring white stars to blacks.
     
  19. Electric Slide

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    While we can always find examples of idiot white fans that don't like successful white players, I don't think that's truly the norm. At the end of the season look how many fans were wearing #40 in Cleveland. It was by far the dominant number in the stands. In New England the most common jersey you see is #12. I'll admit there were quite a few #81s, but even before Moss was released there was a noticeable decline in fans wearing that, and by my estimate many more people were wearing #83. As has been noted Danny Woodhead jersey's were flying off the shelves the second the were printed and available, and a bunch of people bought them from Danny even though several were oblivious that it was actually him.

    As has been noted Tebow's #15 jersey has been the top seller, and just go around the country you see a lot of people with Manning #18 Colt's jerseys.

    Now I know some here detest the concept of wearing or purchasing a jersey. That's not my point here, it's just to dispel the notion that most white fans don't support white players. Most white fans support whoever their team puts forth. I'll admit there's additional criticism of white defensive players. But I have yet to see a white player score a touchdown this year and the home fans did not cheer, but instead booed and threw stuff on the field.

    If we get more guys like Woodhead, Hillis, Gerhart, Kuhn, all the recievers, QBs, TEs etc. the fans will have no problem with them. If anything I think a lot of fans are secretly even happier to see a white player catching and running the ball.
     
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    I have a theory on the whole Whites like/dont like White athletes thing. Undrafted free agent White WR/RB that is either a number 2 or 3 receiver, they like. White WR/RB picked in the first round, unless he plays perfect, dont like. Guy like Peyton Hillis, they are leary about at first, then they love him. They love a guy like Hillis or Alstott because they can wrap their DW minds around them. They think they can overcometheir lack of athleticism (obviously I dont agree with that thought, BTW) by working hard and powering through people AKA hes blue collar--DWFs love blue color Whites that overcome their "lack of skills." Where as someone like Danny Woodhead, to 90% of the DWFs, is a "product of the system" or "its Belichik and Brady." Just look at the HATE posted on Sam McGuffie's YouTube comments section! Ultra athletic White guys= hate em. Athletic with a little blue collar= love em.
     
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    I saw the video of the "Anti-Tom Brady"Â interview with Jets CB, Antonio Cromartie, but I'm not entirely convinced that he was actually speaking The King's English. A few weeks ago, during the second Jets-Patriots game, Cromartie was repeatedly burned by slow-poke, Deion Branch. I couldn't imagine how foolish Cromartie would have looked that night had a speed-demon like Julian Edelman been starting ahead of Branch.

    Cromartie complained about Brady "pointing to the Jets' sideline" after throwing a touchdown pass"¦I suppose this Neanderthal-looking "father of eight" found Brady's relatively tame "celebration" to be in bad taste. Naturally, every outlandish, inane, banal, pre-arranged "black" celebration is entirely acceptable (and universally celebrated and encouraged by all).

    Later, Cromartie was translated as saying that he "hates" Tom Brady. How cliché.

    Cromartie, the delinquent, pampered, incoherent, pea-brained Negro, was the 19th overall pick of the Chargers. You mean he "hates"Â a 3-time Superbowl Champion, a 2-time Superbowl MVP, and a 2-time NFL MVP (who was a "nobody"Â when selected as the 199th overall draft pick)? Cromartie doesn't "hate"Â Brady, he has penis envy.

    This season, unfortunately, the "Jet Luck" has been everlasting. Due to this strange phenomenon of "accidentally" winning games, they certainly have a chance at beating New England"¦

    Best Possible Superbowl Scenario(s): Patriots-Packers, Patriots-Falcons, Ravens-Packers, Ravens-Falcons

    Worst Possible Superbowl Scenario(s): Bears-Steelers, Bears-Jets, Seahawks-Steelers, Seahawks-JetsEdited by: Thrashen
     
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    I'll explain the whole hate Tom thing. Genetic inheritance and lack of is the basic building block of PC since it is so patently unfair. Tom is white good looking, smart and athletically talented he has won the genetic lottery and that is "inequality." The haters thrive on that, without genetic inequality there would be no PC. Even Chris Rock admits that when he asks whites, "Would you want to be born black?"
     
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    Thrashen,

    If the AFC Championship game is Jets/Ravens, I'm confident that the Ravens' would win. Flacco would crush the "Mexican-hype"...
     
  24. Borussia

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    Cromartie sounded like a real Cro-Magnon era specimen during that interview. I've never heard this fool speak before until the hacks replayed this nonexistent story to hype up the game even more so.

    Cromartie is a real creature. IQ level appears at just above mental spastic levels.
    Lucky for him he can run fast and has long arms...other then this he would be washing cars and sending what little money he makes to the babys mamas.

    Yes, many of you got it right - envy and jealousy, translated by CroMagnon man as 'hate'.
    He hates his better.

    As for the DWFs, please. Don't take any of these idiots seriously.

    I do think that many average fans want the White players to excel and do well. Not sure of the percentages, but I still think a decent amount support their white players.
    They just aren't "there" yet regards to getting the big picture and understanding the hows and whys of the Caste system. Who benefits and why, etc.

    These concepts go beyond over 90% of simpletons out there. Sad, but true.
     
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    Hey Borussia, this was a mean-spirited swipe at the Cro-Magnon peoples. According to skull samples, they had a larger cranial capacity than modern man (as did Neanderthal) and were certainly much smarter than Cromartie.[​IMG]
     

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