2010 Week 11

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  1. McGuffie

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    WICKED catch by the Project. I love how he tapped Chung on the back after he made the catch. Like nice try buddy, but I got your number.
     
  2. Don Wassall

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    Blacks often lose their balance and fall down without even being touched. Balance, like hand-eye coordination, is a big White advantage in athletics.
     
  3. Wristshot

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    The Washington defense wasn't to bad today, I guess they were getting desperate and they let Reed Doughty play, and he led their team in tackles tied with London Fletcher. Albert Haynesworth had one tackle. What's that come to about a million bucks a tackle? Nice work if you can get it.
     
  4. Don Wassall

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    Great plays by Woodhead and White on national TV!!
     
  5. Jimmy Chitwood

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    neither Woodhead nor Welkergot a single touch for the Pats on that possession, and they went 3-and-out. mayhap, New England should get the ball to their dynamic playmakers.

    now, Indy has a chance to go down and take the lead/game.
     
  6. McGuffie

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    You know what, I am rooting for the Colts now. pats went away from their true playmakers and that's what you get. Manning looks like a man on a mission. Belichik should get the memo to give woodhead more touches.
     
  7. Jimmy Chitwood

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    Indy gets away with one as Garcon fumbles, but the refs say he was down.
     
  8. Jimmy Chitwood

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    another throw to Garcon ... and disaster. Manning is picked for the third time.
    Manning was getting pressure, but why was he looking at Garcon anyway? *rants*
     
  9. Don Wassall

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    Looks like Garcon ran the wrong route, causing the interception that cost the Colts the game.
     
  10. backrow

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    Danny Amendola with 8/63 and 3 punt returns for 15 yards avg.

    Laurinaitis had 11 tackles.
     
  11. Deadlift

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    Falcons WIN!!
     
  12. Kaptain

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    Should have targeted Blair White. Why the Patriots would ever stop throwing the ball to Welker and handing the ball off to Woodhead is beyond me.
     
  13. Patrick

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    Affletes are electric, play makers and fast - whites are hard working, over achievers and grinders.

    I have a feeling if the Pats secondary was 100% white that there would be article after article about how short they are.

    Butler, Chung, Arrington, McCourty, Meriweather - not a single one above 6 feet tall.

    But that is never mentioned.
     
  14. Patrick

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    Because of all the black season ticket holders - that's why.... [​IMG]
     
  15. Wristshot

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    Leading receiver for St. Louis, Danny Amendola, leading tackler James Laurinaitis. They lost but they are doing way better than last year.
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    Leading tackler for Indy, Pat Angerer.
     
  16. Patrick

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    And castefootball.us is the only place you will read that.
     
  17. Leonardfan

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    So much for Troy Smith being the inspiration to the 49ers playoff run [​IMG]
     
  18. white lightning

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    Blair White was electric and again why was he not drafted? Oh yeah we know why.

    It's the same racist treatment year after year. The few guys that get to play almost always play at a high level yet it's a miracle when they make their way onto the field. It's obvious the agenda here. It's all about holding whitey down. Well the cracks in the dam are starting to appear. When are the dwf's going to wake up. When will the owners, scouts and coachs quit discriminating against white football players.

    Why is it that a guy like Woodhead only runs the ball 6 or 7 times? Why don't people ask these questions in the mainstream. They just accept everything they are told or shown. You could probably tell these same people gravity doesnt' exhist anymore and they would believe it. What a joke. Disgusting treatment against our own.

    We will keep up the fight though. These athletes and future generations deserve equal opportunity at every position in football and all sports.Edited by: white lightning
     
  19. Kaptain

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    The Titans lose and Randy Moss hangs another goose egg. The Patriots and Vikings sure do miss him [​IMG]
     
  20. Deadlift

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    On Friday, I was flipping channels and I stopped on the Jim Rome show on ESPN... they said, "coming up next (after the commercial break) is Troy Smith of the 49ers."

    Needless to say, I instantly changed the channel and never turned it back. I'm tired of this bullsh*t. [​IMG]
     
  21. Tom Iron

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    I know Vince Young got hurt, but did he do something crummy other than that? I heard a black guy really saying something bad about on the Colts-New England halftime report. I didn't catch what he was saying.

    Tom Iron...
     
  22. Patrick

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    They were probably bad mouthing the Pats and Colts offense for being so mean to the Pats and Colts defense.
     
  23. foobar75

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    I'm almost glad Manning threw that INT to end the game. For reasons unknown, he was trying to get the ball to Garcon. Almost every ball thrown to Garcon either ended up as a disaster or near disaster. On the other hand, when Manning looked towards Collie (until he left), then Tamme, White, and Wayne, good things happened.

    On the last drive, I don't believe Blair White touched the ball. It was his 2 TDs that essentially helped bring the Colts back. Why wasn't Manning looking for White, who was easily beating whichever afflete DB was covering him? It's not overstating it to say that Garcon, with this drive killing drops and wrong route running which result in incompletions and INTs and take the momentum away, has probably cost the Colts at least a couple of wins.

    Danny Woodhead is still under-utilized, but that one TD run showed what he's capable of if given more of a role as a featured back. He looked like Barry Sanders, no doubt about it. Even the announcers were raving about his incredible athleticism afterwards. Still, I'm not going to pick on Belichik too much here. They have done what no other team was willing to do, and given Danny a chance. He was out there in what seemed to be 40-50% of the total snaps based on my unofficial count.

    BTW, is anyone following the total and complete meltdown of Vince Young over at TEN? He was booed all game, taken out, and now Fisher says he lost the starting job. Also good to see both Troy Smith and Jason Campbell return to reality.

    Lastly, horrible game plan by the Browns coaching staff today. Peyton had a good game overall, but there were some curious decisions there, especially with that 1 back formation against a stacked line.

    He has 776 yards now, still in the top 12, I believe. And he will get those remaining lousy 224 yards in the next 6 games. The only thing that can stop Hillis is the dumb-play calling by his coaches.

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  24. Leonardfan

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    Vince Young had a meltdown. Fans were booing him, he tore a tendon in his thumb, he blew up due to the fact Fisher did not put him back in the game. At the end of the game he threw his shoulder pads and helmet into the stands.
     
  25. Tom Iron

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    Thanks much Leonardfan,

    Yep, it's always just a matter of time with these black guys. The only unknown factor is just what it is they'll do to louse themselves up.

    Tom Iron...
     

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