2010-11 NFL Playoffs

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  1. alln2

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    Wooooooooooooooooooooooo hoooooooooooooooooooooooooo !!!

    Great finish with "MVP" Ron Mexico throwing the INT to lose the game.
     
  2. Pie

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    I don't even wanna know what Tom Brady would have put up against the Packers' secondary.

    Oh wait, yeah I do, hope I get to find out in about a month.

    /cross fingers
     
  3. jaxvid

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    Kobe should give him his jersey back.

    I was talking to a black guy I know today and he was saying he wanted the Eagles to win or at least for Vick to throw for 400 hundred yards. But the guy was wearing a Packers jersey. So I asked him why? He told me 'cause Vick's a brother. He then asked who I wanted to win, and I told him the Pack. Why, he asked me. Same, I told him.

    He understood.
     
  4. Westside

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    Postmortem; who gets the blame? Vick or Akers? We here at CF know the answer.
     
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    I just realized how odd it must be for me to be rooting for the Packers what with my username and all. I should apply for a name change one of these days. [​IMG]
     
  6. Cassiodorus

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    Ron Mexico's Magic Negro super powers fail him. Great ending to the game.
     
  7. Colonel_Reb

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    The Packers knocking the wiggles and Vick out of the playoffs is a great way to end a day of celebrating finding CF 6 years ago and Mississippi seceding from the Union 150 years ago!
     
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    Lets remember this Packer victory today when at times it seems the stars are aligned against our teams. This victory was extra special because it provided more evidence of a severe decline in Vick's performance in the last half of the season, shows the importance of having a good offensive line, and basically penalized the Eagles for not having a team "that looks more like America". Memo to the fat guy, "don't work to exclude the 87% of the country that isn't black from your team, and you might go farther in the playoffs". Also, fat isn't more beautiful than strong when it comes to an offensive line.
     
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    In some poorly ventilated garage, somewhere, Joe Theismann is seated in a running automobile"¦whilst sporting the wedding dress he once planned on wearing during his marriage ceremony to Michael Vick. Terry Bradshaw, Chairman and CEO of the "Michael Vick Cuckhold Club,"Â￾ is seated in the passenger seat.

    At least Donovan McNabb would typically lead the Eagles to the NFC championship game before promptly choking. Ron "MVP"Â￾ Mexico was "hurt"Â￾ during the contest, so that justification will certainly be sufficient in satiating the "letdown"Â￾ of a herpes-infested, drug-abusing dog-torturer losing in the opening round of playoffs.Edited by: Thrashen
     
  10. Westside

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    Guys what is the "Ron Mexico" term about. I must have missed its origination and how it applies to the Iggles DWFs idol. Can someone please explain?
     
  11. Westside

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    Thrashen that was a pretty funny post about Theismann's and Bradshaw's last time in a car, by the way.
     
  12. alln2

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    alln2, thanks, now I know.
     
  14. Bart

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    I laughed so hard when Convick feigned an injury at crunch time. He and Radio have perfected that scam. McNabb was pretty good pulling up lame at the appropriate moment too. Ha ha.
     
  15. Deadlift

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    If Brady's New England can only muster 14-17 points against NY next week, I would rip him too!

    There are "standards" for greatness, and not being able to top Mark Sanchez.. that hurts. IMO, Indy's postseason loss to Phillip Rivers' - a couple of season's ago - wasn't nearly as devastating to Manning's legacy.
     
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    And, now, "Mike and Mike" and "First Take" are cancelled for tomorrow.. no one can find Golic & Greeny and Skip Gayless is AWOL too! [​IMG]
    Edited by: Deadlift
     
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    snow,

    I've enjoyed your posts about Vick and how he wasn't going to win the Super Bowl this year. I would like to think that the strong-minded men on CF have contributed to Vick's "downfall." [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    I was watching SportsCenter Sunday night, and every other segment was dedicated to Michael Vick. His "great" season, how the Eagles lost their play-off game, his future and what will happen to him, etc, etc. It kept getting repeated over and over. You'd hardly know that the Packers won or that Aaron Rodgers, a great QB in the making, just got his first play-off win. In other words, it was the typical BS on the cultural marxist sports network.[​IMG]

    The Packers victory was good on several fronts. First, the whitest team in the league won and moved on, and still has an excellent shot to get to the SB in the wide-open NFC. In doing so, they also defeated one of the blackest teams in the league, led by dog-killer convict Michael Vick, with whom the entire sports media has fallen in love with all year. [​IMG]

    If the Eagles kept winning and edging closer to the SB, the Vick coverage would have reached intolerable proportions, so I'm just glad we don't have to hear much about that anymore.

    For next week, my picks are pretty obvious: NE and GB, first and foremost. I do not care at all about the other two games, although if I had to pick a winner, I'd love to see Hatie Smith and Mike Tomlin get booted out of the playoffs, so I guess I'll be "rooting" for SEA and BAL.
     
  21. backrow

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    hopefully next week Zombo will be back and they will ise Kuhn more in the running game (although he had 3 crucial receptions vs Eagles) and Jordy instead of "concentration of stone" Jones...Edited by: backrow
     
  22. Thrashen

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    I found some amusing quotes from the perpetually-inebriated Eagle fan-boys, bequeathing their muted souls to their Heroic African Dog-Vanquisher"¦


    DWF Quote #1:
    "Michael Vick brought this team from the ashes,"Â￾ said Bob Blaszczyk, 27, of Bensalem.

    *Back from the "ashes,"Â￾ huh? In the past 5 years, the Eagles won a playoff berth in 2006, 2008, 2009, and in 2010. Thank you so very much, Michael "One-And-Done"Â￾ Vick, you truly "saved"Â￾ the Eagle franchise from playoff obscurity. MVP material.


    DWF Quote #2:
    "Eighty percent of Michael Vick is better than Kevin Kolb at 110 percent,"Â￾ added Bob Jordan, 26, of Bensalem, who wore a shirt Sunday to the Hulmeville Inn in Hulmeville that read, "If you ain't an Eagles fan, you ain't (expletive.)"Â￾

    *Yeah, that outrageously-incompetent fool, Kevin Kolb, and his 6 career starts is obviously a "bust."Â￾ Venerating a black reprobate, dog-fighting / torturing extraordinaire, whilst belittling a white family man (father of two with his new wife) who didn't even play a single down during the game in question is quite logical. And such a classy, mature t-shirt to be worn by an adult male.


    DWF Quote #3:
    "The Eagles were the underdog. I thought the Birds were going to run the ball more because the Packers are weak against the runs. They pretty much played into their game plan. They didn't run the ball. They should have run the ball. They could have run the ball. When they did run the ball they picked up yardage. The Eagles could not stop their runs,"Â￾ Blaszczyk said. "David Akers missed a 34-yarder and a 41-yarder if we would have made both of them we would have by a point. I love the Eagles, but the special teams (didn't perform well). They couldn't stop a rookie running back."Â￾

    *Actually, according to the official Las Vegas gambling "spread,"Â￾ the Packers were a 2.5-3 point "underdog."Â￾ But yeah, whatever helps to eliminate the "hurt"Â￾ of watching a black-dominated football team lose to a relatively white football team.


    DWF Quote #4:
    "I can't be upset,"Â￾ Jordan said. "I bleed green. The Eagles went beyond my expectations (this season.) I had faith in the Eagles the whole game. Green Bay's defense was unbelievable. Vick wasn't 100 percent."Â￾

    *Oh, right, the "injury"Â￾ that occurred on the second 2-point conversion try and required absolutely no medical attention whatsoever. Wait, they were supposedly trying to "take Vick's helmet away"Â￾ so he couldn't get back into the game (an act of martyrdom). As Bart mentioned, the dramatic act of "faking"Â￾ an injury during challenging situations (and then "triumphantly"Â￾ returning the next series) has been perfected by black QBs such as Vince Young.


    DWF Quote #5:
    "I'm tired of losing,"Â￾ said Bensalem's Shane Obert-Thorn, 26. "I want winners."Â￾

    *You, the drone-like, dim-witted, uncreative, blind, beer-guzzling, self-abhorring, treacherous, Negro-loving white hordes, have already "won."Â￾ In fact, thanks to your jock-sniffing endeavors, Team Evil is "undefeated."Â￾ You've been granted the special privilege of paying substantial amounts of money for the opportunity to observe unathletic, slow, short, small, uncoordinated, morbidly obese Negroes artificially dominate NFL rosters. Thus, black men are perceived (in the eyes of the automaton-masses) as superior athletes to white "boys."Â￾

    Eagles FansEdited by: Thrashen
     
  23. Borussia

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    It truly was sickening seeing the mainstream sports media clearly rooting for Vick and the Eagles. His story is good copy for all the marxist hacks and afflete worshipers...they like that garbage.

    And amusing (and sad) seeing all the deracinated Philly DWFs making excuses and directing their anger in the wrong direction.
    This fan-dumb sums up why things are the way they are...the masses of idiots will always show themselves what they truly are. Nothing!

    The Caste busting Packers have ruined the Vick afflete party and the sports journalist and DWFs are upset.
    [​IMG]

    On to Atlanta and this is going to be a tough match up. They lost a close one last month so they will have to review the tape big time.
    Falcons D was playing lights out last time.

    Go Packers!
     
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    Let's honor Ron Mexico, I mean Mikey Vick for his MVP worthy effort yesterday:[​IMG]
     
  25. Deadlift

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    With their "conservative" play-calling, The Packers' coaches treated Aaron Rodgers' like a "quotaback." They truly did.

    No doubt, they were deathly afraid of a pick-6.. and a couple of picks still nearly occurred. Rodgers' had a fumble lost, and Kuhn fumbled too.. if the Packers' had lost and they almost did, it would have been "roast the White boys" from the MSM. Yes, Jones' had that big drop at the end of the 1st half also, I won't be forgetting that..

    I can't honestly say that The Packers' played "great," and white lightning made a good post in this thread (and it's duplicated below), and my father was saying the same thing:

    Brothers, in some ways we got "lucky," and it's not because "Vick is a Superman" or anything, but, let's face it, the Packers' have some noticeable flaws, also, and it's pretty bad that they only scored 21-points against a thoroughly wounded Eagles' defense. While watching the game, I was really hoping that The Pack would get 1 or 2 field goals, from comfortable range, to cushion their lead.

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