2012 Cleveland Browns

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  1. FootballDad

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    With Peyton Hillis gone, there is not much to root for on the former CF favorite Browns this year. Brandon Weeden and Colt McCoy are good, white QB's to get behind, along with grossly underutilized TE/WR Evan Moore, but not much else. Here are the first white cuts for this year:

    Matt Cleveland (T), Jake Anderson (T), and Spencer Lanning (P). These guys, Cleveland and Anderson, must really stink if they can't displace the blocking titans currently on the line for the Browns. :icon_rolleyes:

    One other piece of news, with the acquisition of the awful Tavaris Jackson (who will doubtless relegate McCoy to clipboard-holding), the Bills released ultra-supa afflete AHDIW, also known as Vince Young. :biggrin:
     
  2. backrow

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    Jordan Cameron caught five passes for 45 yards in the Browns' Week 3 loss to the Bills.

    It was a breakout game for Cameron, a pass-catching tight end in his second season. He had six catches all of last year and no receptions in two games so far this year. But he runs really well at 6'5/245 and earned seven targets in this one. His snap count is spiking in a big way.
     
  3. Don Wassall

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    The insufferable Caste Walrus has been canned, but will stay on in a ceremonial role through the end of the season. Holmgren's first move when hired was to fire Eric Mangini, who had the Browns moving toward being a winning team, and not coincidentally was also White friendly for the NFL. The Browns quickly reverted back to being a bottom feeder after Mangini left.

    Holmgren's replacement likely won't be any better, but it still feels good to see that ogre fired, and hopefully involuntarily retired from conjuring his caste black magic on any other teams.
     
  4. Freethinker

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    Now all we need is Holmgren's doppleganger, Andy Reid, to get canned and 2012/13 may shape up into a nice season. Now Holmgren will have free time to pursue humanitarian projects in Africa. Afterall, his entire NFL career has revolved around pampering and mentoring violent, ignorant and criminally-prone blacks. At the least, he can be a "big brother" for Koren Robinson.
     
  5. Thrashen

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    Yeah, it’s comical to see the plug pulled on the “Great Walrus Experimentâ€￾ in Cleveland so quickly. About a year ago, I made a lengthy post which investigated Holmgren’s racial track record dating back to his coaching days at BYU in the 1980's. Based upon the evidence below, it’s quite clear that this obese marine mammal wasn’t actually a Caste Crony until arriving in Seattle in 1999 (when he became Head Coach and General Manager).

    Posted 11/1/11...

    In the wild, a beached Walrus can be one of the most aggressive, violent, nasty, and territorial creatures on the planet. However, the ferocity with which these marine mammals protect their own kind is the utter antithesis of the treacherous ways of their only know human counterpart, Mike Holmgren. What’s most disconcerting about Holmgren’s nauseating Afro-philia (over the past 15-20 years) is the “whitenessâ€￾ of his past.

    In the 1970’s, Holmgren was a backup quarterback on some very good USC squads. After coaching at the high school level following his playing career, Holmgren became the quarterbacks coach at lily-white (much more so than today’s team) BYU, even winning a national title in 1984. The Walrus can be seen in the top left of the photo, he is the fifth person over in the second row from the top…

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    Holmgren then became the offensive coordinator for the 49ers dynasty, winning two Superbowls (1988 and 1989).

    The 1988 team featured 30 whites…
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    The 1989 team featured 27 whites…
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    During the final year of Holmgren’s tenure, 1991, the team featured 24 whites…
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    In 1992, Holmgren became the Packers’ head coach. During the 1993 season, the roster featured 22 whites…

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    During their Superbowl seasons of 1996 and 1997, they were down to 18 and 21 whites, respectively…

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    Sadly, the amount of whites featured on Holmgren’s Packers was a decent amount by today’s putrid standards. As chronicled, Holmgren preferring the chubby, flow-footed tandem of Edgar Bennett and Dorsey Levens to the ultra-fast, ultra-athletic Travis Jervey (#32 in the photo above). He did permit WR Don Beebe to amass nearly 700 yards (after being demoted to his racially-correct “slot receiverâ€￾ role) during the 1996 championship season.

    In 1998, Holmgren’s first year as the coach of the hapless Seattle Seahawks, the team featured 17 whites…

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    By 2007, nearing the end of Holmgren’s tenure, they featured 14 whites (see Caste Football’s write-up)…

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    During his time in Seattle, Holmgren even acquired a black “adopted sonâ€￾ (his words, not mine) in the form of perpetually-troubled wide receiver, Koren “Thugâ€￾ Robinson. He selected Robinson 9[SUP]th[/SUP] overall in the 2001 draft, then became sexually infatuated with the black diva…

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    But alas, despite Holmgren’s constant dispensation of “fatherlyâ€￾ guidance, “Sonny Boyâ€￾ betrayed the Walrus-Wigger again and again…

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    Holmgren: “Now son, what did I tell you about drunken, high-speed car chases?â€￾

    Robinson: “Sorry, daddy, can I have my spanking now, pretty please?!â€￾

    In various interviews after Robinson's arrest(s), Holmgren stated that he was “praying for Korenâ€￾ on a daily basis. When Holmgren was forced to announce (only under gunpoint from Seattle management) that Robinson was being released from the Seahawks for disciplinary reasons, Holmgren wept at the podium. No, seriously, I’m not kidding.

    During his time in Seattle, he utterly tortured WR’s Jerheme Urban and Logan Payne. In 2005, after a slew of black injuries, he did permit WR Joe Jurevicious to shine.

    Today, fatboy is attempting to re-create his tenure with the “Somalian Seahawksâ€￾…woops, I mean “Seattle Seahawksâ€￾...

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    I suppose my overall contention is that Mike Holmgren wasn’t always the “Wigger Walrus.â€￾ Judging by the racial makeup of his Packer teams, it’s fair to say that he didn’t expose himself as “Der Weiss Gott von Afrikaâ€￾ until his odious term in Seattle.
     
  6. Truthteller

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    Once again, great post Thrashen. I agree with almost everything you wrote (typed) in your post above. But I disagree a little bit regarding the Packers of the mid 1990's. After Holmgren was ensconced as head coach for a few years, pretty much all the Packers white defense players disappeared. Also, I think the Packers Super Bowl winning team only had like 5 white starters -- QB, TE and few OL's -- Verba, Winters, ect....Don Beebe and Mike Prior (safety) got plenty of playing time as valuable reserves, but most of their other whites were fringle backups on the O-Line and special times. I pretty much began hating him when allowed Bryce Paup and Jurkovic to leave via free agency.

    P.S: I'm glad this @sshole is gone. Hopefully he never returns to football in any form!
     
  7. Don Wassall

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    Holmgren while with Green Bay was also a lot like Bill Cowher in that he routinely yelled at and tried to humiliate White players while coddling black ones like Koren Robinson.

    He treated Travis Jervey unspeakably badly, forcing a truly freakish running back when it came to measurables to be a White Special Teams Demon his entire career. In 1998, when that year's version of the "Hillis Curse" struck all the team's black running backs, Holmgren was forced to start Jervey for a few games. He sternly announced beforehand that Jervey had better not fumble or make any mistakes or he would be immediately pulled from the game.

    It was obvious no one had worked with Jervey to develop his immense talent. He ran with both hands on the ball as fast as he could, instead of waiting for his blocking to develop before turning on the jets. He had no confidence in his talent because Holmgren had done his best to make sure he had none. Jervey ended up with 83 carries for 325 yards in '98. He only ran for a total of 178 additional yards the other eight years he was in the NFL. Holmgren ruined Jervey, as there were no White running backs in the league at that time and the Caste Walrus wasn't about to have his team be the first.

    Jervey won the NFL's "fastest man" contest one year, at an imposing 6'0" and 230 pounds. He should have been competing with another freak of nature, Rob Konrad, for NFL rushing titles in the late '90s and early '00s. Instead both were royally screwed.

    Holmgren also treated Bill Schroeder like dirt, a prime reason why Schroeder inexplicably was so intensely hated, even for a White skill player, by both the corporate media and DWFs during his career.

    Although his rosters in Green Bay may have been Whiter than many when it came to backups and special teamers, likely a remnant of the pre-Holmgren regime, Mikey was a dedicated Caste clown well before he went to Seattle. If we could produce our own "Top Ten list" ala BSPN, ours being about the most dedicated coaches to the Caste System, Holmgren would be found in it someplace for sure.
     
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  8. Thrashen

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    I was a Packers fan as a kid (a “Future DWF” that was never to be, I suppose), and although I rooted for white players during Holmgren’s tenure, I certainly wasn’t “counting” white starters back then…so many thanks for the information as to their misleading racial dynamic!

    I certainly remember that 5-6 game stretch when Jervey started in 1998, Holmgren’s final season in Green Bay (before being replaced by the ever-clueless Ray Rhodes). Travis Jervey’s best game came during a 36-22 win over San Francisco, where he tallied 17 carries for 95 yards and 1 TD. Jervey only scored two career touchdowns in the NFL, one under Wigger-Walrus during the aforementioned 49ers game, and one as an backup with the Falcons. I always remember Jervey playing a lot during the pre-season, because, well, Holmgren didn’t want to risk an injury to any “real” running backs. In the photo below, Jervey is seen scoring in an August 1998 pre-season game against the Saints…

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    CAPTION: Travis Jervey Scores

    From what I remember, Jervey, one of the fastest players in NFL history, also returned kickoffs every now and again.

    The “NFL’s Fastest Man” was traditionally awarded after several Pro Bowl skill players (receivers, running backs, cornerbacks, safeties, and specialists) raced each other in a 55-meter dash, part of the “Pro Bowl Skills Competition,” in Hawaii. I believe this was the race…

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    Since Jervey only made the Pro Bowl in 1997 (the year Green Bay lost the Superbowl to Denver), he must’ve won this race in February 1998. I’m not sure why I remember this…but during a broadcast of a Packer game, the announcer randomly said that Jervey had won some sort of national poll of consisting entirely of women voters for “The NFL’s Sexiest Body.”

    As for Don’s comments regarding The Fat Guy’s dastardly treatment of Bill Schroeder…yeah, I remember plenty of spit and expletives flying from the Tubby Zionist Christian whenever Butt Favre would hang Schroeder out to dry and (gasp) he’d “gator arm” a pass. Once, when Holmgren was coaching with Seattle, “converted fullback” Heath Evans dropped an easy pass in the flat and Holmgren violently grabbed Evans’ facemask, jerked his helmet, and screeched in Evans’ face worse than he ever did to Schroeder. During this exchange, which was even mentioned by the usually-braindead announcers, Holmgren appeared to scream: “Catch the Goddman f-cking ball!” Evans (who we all fondly remember as a running back from New England’s 2007 season) was a hulk of a man and could have crushed Holmgren like the Casteon Mosquito he is…but alas, the “white boyscout” took Fatso's abuse and continued blocking for the plodding Shawn Alexander...

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    CAPTION: Angry Walrus Sunning Itself

    Thanks for the memories, you arrogant, racially treacherous, grossly unprofessional, obese, Negro-coddling, Africa-supporting Zionist Christian wigger! May you have an utterly miserable retirement…

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    CAPTION: Koren Robinson's Biological Father
     
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  9. Extra Point

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    The Browns have a big problem at receiver. For some reason they favor players who have difficulty catching the football. Maybe they see players not being able to catch as a plus because learning to catch can be seen as fulfilling their "upside."

    Matt Jones and Mike Hass are still out there. They're still young enough to be able to help a team. Jones is a proven NFL receiver with tremendous athleticism.

    The Browns should give one or both of them a shot. This, of course, is unlikely to happen but the Browns could improve their team this way.
     
  10. davidholly

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    The media won't shut up about how Griffin's receivers dropped a few passes, all the while Weeden's receivers drop numerous passes every game. If not for the drops they'd have won against the Ravens.
     
  11. Extra Point

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    The Browns continue to play WR Greg Little, a player with hands of stone.

    Meanwhile WRs David Douglas and Chris Hogan languish on practice squads.

    The Browns are out of the playoff picture so they should be looking to the future. Signing one or both of these players would be a smart move.
     
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    Greg Little is terrible, one of the few players in the league who can honestly take credit for costing his team several games... in this season alone.
     
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    With the way things go in the NFL it wouldn't surprise me if a team hired Holmgren to be the GM, hired Reid to be the head coach and signed Vick to be the quarterback. :icon_eek:

    Little was terrible in the preseason too. The Browns kept Little and cut Evan Moore. The Browns could be playing Moore at receiver instead of Little. They'd probably have a couple more victories.
     

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