2010 Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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  1. whiteathlete33

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    Here is just another example of how racially biased the NFL is. Loser Sammie Stroughter is expected to be a starting receiver for the Bucs this season. Here are his combine results.

    <div>Combine Results:</div>
    <div>40 Yard Dash : 4.59 seconds</div>
    <div>Bench Press : 13.0 reps</div>
    <div>Vertical Jump : 30.0 inches</div>
    <div>Broad Jump : 110.0 inches</div>
    <div>3 Cone Drill : 6.78 seconds</div>
    <div>20 Yard Shuttle : 4.24 seconds

    A 4.59? That's supposedly too slow for an NFL receiver. Hass ran a 4.56 on his Pro Day and a slightly slower 4.63 at the combine. Hass also had a better short shuttle time at 4.14. A 30 inch vertical? That's pretty poor for an NFL receiver. Hass also has a much better vertical leap at 36 and a half inches.

    But wait maybe Hass was less productive in college. That's not the case either as Hass had 176 receptions for 3,911 yards in his career while Stroughter had 164 receptions for 2,653 yards. Here is the best part: Hass put up those stats in two seasons while Stroughter did it in 4 seasons. So Raheem Morris can make this joker a starter but can't pick up a more athletic and more productive receiver?
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  2. JReb1

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    When the Bucs had several injuries at WR last year Matt Jones was brought in for a tryout and didn't make that pathetic Bucs team. Both play the slot WR position except Jones is bigger, faster, more established, has more upside but on the downside he's the wrong color for Raheem "Freeman and Johnson are going to be like Aikman and Garrett" Morr(on)is...
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  3. Tom Iron

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    There's a possibility we may see Rudy Carpenter play a bit of QB when the black QB's louse things up, and/or get hurt, as they will.

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  4. White Power

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    3 white safeties make Tampa Bay's roster Corey Lynch, Sabby Piscatelli, and Cody Grimm. I think I died and went to heaven how in the hell did this happen. Raheem Morris has lost his damn mind LOL.
     
  5. referendum

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    I think Brother Raheem forgot that a white contingent is only supposed to be allowed for O-line guys, not defensive secondary.
     
  6. snow

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    yeah it is pretty odd because Raheem was a defensive backs coach for pretty much his entire career. Maybe he realizes these guys are good and has no clue how to run the rest of the team, and just thinks putting blacks in there will help him win. His promotion from db coach all the way to head coach was AA at work, so this could be the case, but then again it still wouldn't make sense to bench Sabby.
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  7. Colonel_Reb

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    Some good news offsets a little of the bad, including Sabby's demotion.
     
  8. JReb1

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    There was a lot of media pressure for Morris to bench Sabby. Sabby was harpooned daily by the local talking heads and in the local papers. Once Jones was signed there wasn't a single article that mentioned Sabby during the preseason (and a supposed competition) without also adamantly mentioning Jones was the clear favorite to be named the starter. Had Morris started Sabby over Jones he would've been blasted in the local MSM...
     
  9. whiteathlete33

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    Morris is probably just keeping them to not make his plans too obvious. The rest of the roster is almost coal black.
     
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    Hass is a much better receiver than Sammy S. (SS) as any Pac-10 or OSU fan would know without a doubt. Yet, even though Hass had an infinitely better college career and posted similar or better combine/pro day numbers as SS, Hass never received even a remote chance of playing on Sunday while the black NFL red carpet was rolled out for SS. SS was a pretty good WR at OSU. Derek Hagan, a contemporary of Hass was also a good WR at ASU. Hass was much better than both Hagan and SS, yet, out of the 3 WR's, only Hass was never given a chance to really play in the NFL. SS is playing on Sundays and Hagan was given more than a decent chance to play in the black NFL over the last several years and was finally released as part of the final 2010 WR cuts. Hass is still waiting for an opportunity to play in the black NFL, even though he has a better record than the 2 black "comparables" mentioned above. Guess Hass should have splashed on some shoe polish when he was a HS star and passed himself off as an afrolete, eh?
     
  11. Don Wassall

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    Caste Football Looks at the 2010 Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    Tampa Bay appears to be in a struggle to the death with the Steelers to see which organization can be the first to field 22 black starters, a "feat" surprisingly yet to be accomplished in the "diverse" NFL, although Nick Saban's Dolphins almost got there in 2007 when just one cracker was starting, while several teams going back to Buddy Ryan's Arizona Cardinals of the mid '90s have started just two.



    Jacksonville fielded the league's blackest roster for several years, an up and down but always boring product on the field that turned off the fans, and that organization is slowly moving in a somewhat whiter direction. Fan interest is also way down in Tampa, but Caste System zealots like Tampa head coach Raheem Morris are blind to those considerations. The Caste System is 99 percent a white and jewish created and enabled concoction that no one dares to talk honestly about; so who is going to ask a black head coach why he seems to only like black players? Certainly no one in the system who wants to keep his job.


    The Bucs have to be considered the favorites over the Steelers at this point and could field an all-black team as early as next year if Barrett Ruud's contract dispute continues and RT Jeremy Trueblood is injured or traded.


    Ruud is the only White Buc with any name recognition. He's a tackling machine out of Nebraska and not even Morris would think of benching him, though who knows, he may be trying to find a way.


    Strong safety Sabby Piscatelli is big and fast and makes an ideal safety, except for his lack of pigmentation. Piscatelli made the fatal mistake of missing a tackle in the first game of the 2009 season -- an unforgiveable sin for a White d-back even though black d-backs routinely miss tackles and some of them don't even try to tackle. From that point on Piscatelli was made the scapegoat, by the media, fans and the organization for the all-around awful team fielded by the Bucs last year. It's a curious phenomenon -- White fans are always quick to jump on White athletes while generally worshipping black ones, but on teams with few Whites the anti-White hatred is notched up that much more. It's a combination of convenient targets to take out one's individual and a group's collective frustrations, but here is not the place to go into a deep philosophical and psychological discussion, as the sickness and collective death wish of White Americans has been on open display for a number of years now. And besides, there's a few other White players still on the Bucs roster to mention before they too are purged.


    And a curious roster it is, even for the NFL. Besides Ruud and Trueblood and the obligatory White punter, placekicker and long snapper, there's two other backup White safeties besides Piscatelli -- Corey Lynch, the third year man out of Appalachian State, formerly a White Special Teams Demon with the Bengals and now one with Tampa. And there's rookie Cody Grimm out of Virginia Tech, son of Russ, a newly minted Hall of Famer and assistant head coach of the Arizona Cardinals, a team as coal black as the Bucs. There may have been some interesting dinner conversations in the Grimm household when Cody was growing up: "Dad, you mean at one time whites played wide receiver, running back and were even allowed to play defense? Why don't they anymore?" "Let's change the subject, son."


    So, besides the 3 White safeties, Ruud, Trueblood, and the long snapper, kicker and punter, we're left with3 Whites on the team representing all the other positions. And these obscure players are, drumroll please: third string quarterback Rudy Carpenter, in his second season out of Arizona State; backup center Ted Larsen; and backup LB Niko Koutouvides, who has been reduced to special teams play only.


    There you have it -- Raheem's Dreem Teem.


    NUMBER OF WHITE STARTERS: 2


    NUMBER OF WHITE PLAYERS ON 53 MAN ROSTER: 11


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  12. Deadlift

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    I'll make a prediction. When an NFL team starts 22 black players, several sportswriters will write a column celebrating the event. They will write that it "shows the NFL is at long last colorblind" and praise the coach and GM for "not caring about color."
     
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    This team is a disgrace. Arguably, their two best players are Ruud and Trueblood.
     
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    These black teams will on average be as successful as a chicago public schools team, a chaotic mess running about in circles waiting to be beat by a much better White team, team being the operative word.
     
  17. Deadlift

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    Yeah, but this Sunday, coal-black Tampa plays at coal-black Carolina, so they have an excellent opportunity to start the season 2-0....
     
  18. Angelcynn

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    Corey Lynch needs to find a new team, he is just rotting away on special teams where he does make a lot of plays (because he is so athletic and smart) but he is starting material. I've said it before but if Corey can find the right team and start he is future pro bowl material in my view, but with the caste system his racial appenticeship will probably last his whole career!
     
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    NFL suspended Bucs FS Tanard Jackson indefinitely for violating the league's Substance Abuse Policy.

    He's out at least one year, and it's a major blow. Jackson, one of the more underrated free safeties in football, receives the "indefinite" ban after violating the same policy and missing the first four games of 2009. The Bucs ranked 31st in the league in pass defense during the first month of last season. Tampa may now have to turn to Sabby Piscitelli at free safety, after nearly cutting him in training camp. SS Sean Jones' outlook improves in IDP leagues.
    Source: Rick Stroud on Twitter
    Related: Sean Jones, Sabby Piscitelli

    i am sure Sabby will actually help their cause!
     
  20. backrow

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    another report:

    The Bucs are expected to choose between Sabby Piscitelli, Corey Lynch and Cody Grimm for their now vacant free safety job.

    Tanard Jackson is suspended for at least one year after repeatedly violating the league's Substance Abuse Policy. The sad part is that Piscitelli, who lost his job in training camp and was almost cut, may be their best option. Grimm, a seventh-round pick, has also shown promise.
    Source: St. Petersburg Times
    Related: Corey Lynch, Cody Grimm
     
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    How do you 'almost' get cut in training camp? Either you do or you don't. Teams don't rank players by how likely they are to get cut. That's all media spin, and it's typically anti-white. It's another way the media marginalizes white players by continually insinuating that they are not good enough and only are in the league due to some freak circumstance of roster juggling.
     
  22. Angelcynn

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    Good news, but this is the Tampa Bay Blackaneers. Which ever whitey does fill the gap will be watched very closely (by fan and media alike) and will be blamed for everything they can be blamed for.

    Piscitelli should get the nod as he has the experience but I peronsally think he should get out of Tampa because the fans clearly blame him for everything that goes wrong on the defense. Corey Lynch (I'm a big fan) is very much due his shot but he is their best special teams player and I doubt Raheem Morris wants the nation to see how good he actually is. Maybe a game too early for Cody Grimm seeing as they have Piscitelli and Lynch in the waiting.

    Interestingly enough Corey and Sabby are both Florida lads, does this not count for anything for the average NFL fan? In England if a player is a 'local lad' then he is likely to get a bit more support than a player from somehwere else.
     
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    No. Only if they are BLACK Florida lads. The white guys are just overachievers filling the spot until a suitable black replacement can be found. And make no mistake, a successful passing game by the opponent will be blamed on whatever whitey safety is in the game, regardless of where on the field the completions occur. See Reed Doughty.
     
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    And of course the rage of the DWFs will be directed and orchestrated by the friendly Jewish producer in the truck, who will make sure there's an isolated shot of a White DB shown after a black receiver scores, even if the White player wasn't beaten on the play.
     
  25. whiteathlete33

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    Check this one out.



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    Coach Raheem Morris expressed satisfaction with Cadillac Williams'
    performance despite a 2.57 yards per carry average through two games.
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    "It's not so much about how much success you actually have running the
    ball, it's about banging your head up in there for the (good) of the
    team," Morris said. "[Cadillac] didn't run for a great average. But what
    he did do was save us snaps on defense and take time off the clock for
    us. That's big." The Bucs won't be able to play a defense/ball control
    style all season. We haven't heard the last of this subject.
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    Williams is a very average running back at best. Yet he still continues to be the starter on the Blackeeners. If that isn't enough racist Raheem Morris is satisfied with his performance. 2 .57 yards per carry!
     

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