2010 Week 12

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  1. Thrashen

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    NFL Network's Rich Eisen was commentating on highlights of the Eagles-Bears game. Riley Cooper made a nice reception"¦Eisen screamed "It's Riley Cooper with the catch! Or is that Vince Papale? I can't tell the difference!"Â￾ [Cue the uproarious laughter of his Negro co-analysts].

    I'll bet you can't "tell the difference,"Â￾ little Jew Boy.
     
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    Not to be outdone, during the late afternoon portion of the CBS halftime show, donkey face Shannon Sharpe wondered outloud, "Are we showing this in slow motion?" while Todd Heap's 65 yard TD catch was on display. His co-hosts Bill Cowher, Esiason, and Marino burst into laughter, while someone did manage to get out a "No!" along the way.

    Still, I won't let this garbage take anything from what has been one of the best weeks in recent memory for white players, QBs, skill players, and defenders alike.
     
  3. emt1

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    Hester with a catch!
     
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    so why is hester is blocking for some butterball afrolete that outweighs him and is probably slower than him? give me a break
     
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    Just tuned into the San Diego - Indianapolis tilt, and was watching that jiggling blob Tolbert run the ball and catch one out of the backfield. It's a joke. Maybe he'll become the new prototype NFL tailback. That will make Jimmy Chitwood's favorite player, Jatashun Beachum a hot item in a couple of years.[​IMG] Edited by: FootballDad
     
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    as much as i don't like Hester not getting the chance, Tolbert plays well this season, no denying it. I just wish it was Hester getting all these carries!
     
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    Yep, what a shame it is that someone with no fan appeal gets all the opportunity over a fan favorite like Jacob Hester. It would be great if Jacob could get used as an RB at some point in the future, but sadly I believe his die is caste.
     
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    Things aren't looking too good for the Indy offense right now. 2 Crazy INTs and a horrible running game are making it difficult for them to do much. The Chargers are playing good defense too.
     
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    High praise for Jacob Hester from Collinsworth, he really likes him as a fullback!
     
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    Blair White-TD!
     
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    Quote from Crissie Collinsworth: "Who's Blair White? It doesn't matter."

    When they showed all the different receivers Rivers and Manning have thrown to this year, with both teams suffering many injuries on offense, 6 of the 14 Colts receivers and tight ends who have caught balls this year are White. Pretty darn impressive for the Caste NFL.
     
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    It is nice to have one NFL team that throws to White players no matter what. That is the kind of predictability I like.
     
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    Quotabacks got SHUT-OUT today! 0-4 against White men.. what was all that talk a few weeks ago? [​IMG]

    The Bears' will probably make the playoffs, but at least Cutler is not a negro. Vick padded his stats when the Bears' went into prevent. The Eagles' lost, though, and that was good IMO. Starting with the Thanksgiving Day games, this was an ABSOLUTELY GREAT week for White QBs.

    Back to JAX/NY game, I said before the season that "people" can't tackle MJD.. Why is this? MJD is the only reason that the Giants' nearly GAVE Jacksonville a 7-4 record.

    On the FOX postgame show, following the Bears' game, the intro appeared to show several White athletes' with big hits... Brian Cushing terrorizing Chris Johnson.. a White Vikings' defender (Greenway?) that crushed a Redskins' player that was trying to catch a ball... and later on they showed Hillis' TD celebration a few times! They said, "Good stuff" or something. BEST WEEK EVER!!!
     
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    Deadlift, I agree with you about everything except your last statement. I don't believe this is the best week for White football players ever, but it has been one of the best in a long time. I do hope that things will get a lot better than this in the future, but the Caste System will not go quietly. It will fight every White accomplishment and try to bury them as always. We will prevail though!
     
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    Eric Weddle Pick 6!!! Covering Reggie Wayne no less!
     
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    Beautiful INT return by Eric Weddle! Some contact there but I'm not upset.
     
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    Eric Weddle is dominating Reggie Wayne. This is a mismatch. With Garcon running around like the scarecrow on wizard of OZ - not knowing which way to go and Wayne getting outmanned by Eric Weddle it looks like a tough night for Peyton. Edited by: Kaptain
     
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    That contact was absolute bull, by the way and Im not just saying that cause I have a rooting interest. DBs haveonehand on the receiver's hip all the time. Wayne pulled a total acting job, watch the replay! And of course Chrissie fell for it. Edited by: Toby Hillis
     
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    Reggie Wayne is as slow anymore asthe average tight end. And like Marvin Harrison in his era, he rarely extends himself to make a play. The Colts obviously need him to step up tonight but he's not capable or not interested enough.
     
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    You'd think San Diego would give Jacob Hester a few more touches than what he is getting, but no, you can't do that![​IMG]
     
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    MLB Pat Angerer has 8 tackles and 4 assists. He's better already as a rookie than starter Gary Brackett. Will be interesting to see if he has to serve a racial apprenticeship when Brackett is healthy. Brackett is "revered" as a black overachiever and signed a big contract this year.
     
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    You're right... best in a long time! [​IMG]
     
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    Reggie Wayne -- over the hill.
     
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    Wayne feigns injury as usual when dropping the ball. Finally Blair White gets another catch. Should have been thrown to more.
     
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    I enjoyed the contretemps between Andre Johnson and Cortland Finnegan. Unlike the vast majority of NFL pseudo-fights, this one was genuine and passionate, much like a goodNHL fight. Edited by: Don Wassall
     

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