2013 NFL Season Week One

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  1. Don Wassall

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    Yes, very determined comeback by Houston. Other than Woodhead hardly being used, both were pretty good games from a CF perspective, esp. all four teams having one or more dominant White defensive players. Rivers and Schaub were far better downfield passers than Griffin, and more accurate on the short ones as well. Philly lacks only a top quarterback to become an offensive juggernaut.
     
  2. MiamiHeatFan

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    Kaepernick rarely ever gets hit. He always slides or runs out of bounds.
     
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  3. Westside

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    MHF, after a year or so of trolling we get your intent(with numerous call signs). Why waste your time here? Your not going to change anyone's mind here with half a brain to the injustices that the NFL commits towards White players every year, with a little research can prove. You are not.

    Why the obsession here? Just go on a DWF site and bath in their (your) stupidity and emasculation. Stop trolling here. Your a nuisance.
     
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  4. Westside

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    Don, I believe MHF needs to be launched outta here and to DWF nation of drones.
     
  5. Kaptain

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    So I guess all the preseason talk about Woodhead being a major player in the offense was predictably just talk. Why is a guy treated like he can't ever receive a handoff when he has a healthy 4.8 yards per carry career average? Talk about type-casting.

    Ryan Matthews career average = 4.4
    Ron Brown career average = 4.3
    Danny Woodhead career average = 4.8
     
  6. joegoofinoff

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    I figured they wouldn't give Danny much playing time on national tv. Look for all the White receivers who had big games Sunday to not see the ball much this coming week. That'll be how they keep the White guys numbers down. Just call plays to the black guys.

    joegoofinoff...
     
  7. bigunreal

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    Quite a dramatic comeback by the Redskins, wasn't it? I knew Gremlin wouldn't end up with the kind of putrid stats he seemed headed for. No quotaback does now, for even a single game. Yes, he dinked and dunked, but he did that all last year. The "journalists" will spin this as a courageous comeback which fell just short, and all the DWFs will remember is a valiant Vick limping along, and an obviously still not 100% Griffin willing the Redskins back from a huge deficit.

    As for Woodhead, how can he possibly be sharing a third down role with Ronnie Brown? The Patriots used him more. So this is our best hope, running back wise, this year? A few short passes, ala Brian Leonard during his Bengals' days, when he was the least used third down back in NFL history?

    Nothing changed in the collective mindset tonight; both quotabacks looked "great" to the deluded fans, and Philip Rivers, after a strong start, will probably be blamed for the loss with the Cushing interception, and the fact he threw some awful passes in the fourth quarter.

    I do agree about the white defenders; if these "journalists" were truly doing their job, they should question why there aren't more white defenders, when the handful given a chance to play are perennially among the league's best.
     
  8. Thrashen

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    When was the last time that any team started a white WR at both the outside and inside receiver positions at the same time? Perhaps the Titans were the last NFL team to accomplish the feat when they briefly started Drew Bennett and slot receiver Eddie Berlin back in 2004? Well, two different squads, the Broncos and Patriots, paired white receiving tandems in Week #1. The Amendola/Edelman combination played with reckless abandon, snatching body-contorting passes and combining for 17 catches, 183 yards and 2 TDs, both by Edelman…

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    CAPTION: Edelman Starts at Flanker, Scores Twice

    New England started a Caste System-galling 11 whites (Brady, Edelman, Amendola, Sudfeld, 5 OL, Ninkovich, and Gregory), but struggled with bizarre turnovers, a porous defense (with the appalling Devin McCourty now giving up huge yardage at safety instead of CB), and the fact that their only black receiver, UDFA, Kembrell Thompkins, struggled so mightily despite 14 targets. This team will certainly look better offensively when Rob Gronkowksi returns. The pudgy MLB, Brandon “Eye Gouger” Spikes, barely played due to “dehydration” (it was 65 degrees at kickoff), and with several white backups on defensive, this squad is a few injuries away from more whites starting on the “dark” side of the ball.

    How sweet was Jordy Nelson’s long-awaited “return to form” after compounding injuries in 2012? The son of a Kansas farmer tallied 7 catches, 130 yards, a TD, and one of the greatest “toe-tapping” snags in many years…

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    CAPTION: NFL’s Best Deep Threat WR?

    Green Bay started 9 whites (Rodgers, Nelson, 5 OL, Hawk, and Matthews), but have once again proven their supreme ineptitude at drafting and developing defensive talent, particularly DB’s. They allowed “Bug-Eyed Wigger Jim” and his effeminate black housepet, Colin “Scarecrow” Kaepernick, to humiliate them once again. But as Don mentioned, it was cool to see Clay Matthews pummel him and fail to back down from Harbaugh’s Africans during the ensuing melee. Colin, who grows “blacker” with each ephemeral moment, talked about his frightening exchange with Matthews after the game at his press conference…

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    CAPTION: “Duh, I Wuz Reely Skeered Uv Klay!”

    Woops, wrong photo, my mistake…

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    As others mentioned, it was nice to see Brown’s TE, Jordan Cameron, have such a fine performance (9 catches, 108 yards, TD). Will he go the way of Evan Moore (their best receiving threat since returning to the NFL in 1999) and be shown the door?

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    In the same contest, Dolphin WR, Brian Hartline, showed no signs of stopping his breakthrough 2012 campaign, notching 9 catches, 114 yards and a TD…

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    Dallas’ evergreen TE, Jason Witten had another nice game (8 catches, 70 yards, 2 TDs), with the best news being the injured ankle of “Diva” Dez Bryant, possibly opening the door for Cole Beasley?

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    CAPTION: Another 1,000-Yd Season in the Making?

    Texans TE, Owen Daniels, had a nice game on MNF, snatching 5 catches, 67 yards and 2 TDs)...

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    Sure, it wasn’t a great day for white RB’s (Hillis, Leonhard, Gerhart, Kuhn, Line, and Burkhead), but Danny Woodhead's lame role in the Charger offense was really dissapointing.

    As Foobar75 mentioned, it was nice to see Rooney’s Shlttsburgh crew finally succumb to their own Africanization, losing to the mediocre Titans, at home, in embarrassing fashion. With Pouncey’s injury, the Steelers will now start 5 whites (Ben R, DeCastro, Wallace, Miller, and Keisel), which is the same number as Denver.

    Despite the Eagle’s numerous white receiving targets (Cooper, Ertz, Celek, Casey, and Jeff Maehl even played a handful of snaps), only Celek had a respectable game against Gremlin’s crew. How annoying was RGIII to watch during that game? From the Negro-titillated DWF’s chanting his name, to his Tiger Woods-flavored “injury feigning” after every bad play and hard hit, to his melodramatic “turf pounding” charade before running onto the field, to his infantile body language after every poor play…this little black prick may be even more loathsome than “Scarecrow” Kaepernick…

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    CAPTION: Spoiled Black Baby Punches the Ground, DWF's Reach Climax

    Of course, the very moment that Kelly’s offense took their foot off the gas (3rd quarter), their momentum was lost and the deplorable, annoying, arrogant, Mudshark-seducing waif, RGIII, lead a dunk-and-dunk “comeback” to save face after a terrible performance.
     
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  9. backrow

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    after 14 tackle performance, will Bront Bird get to stay a starter? He's listed behind mister "imaginary girlfriend" on a depth chart.
     
  10. referendum

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    All in all a pretty good week. Did anyone notice that white players scored all four Texans TD's? Or that KC's leading receiver in yardage was Antony Sherman, the white FB? One other interesting factor is that for all of the "emergence" of all these magical negro or magical mulatto qb's most of them have white backups, something which may become important down the road.
     
  11. Wes Woodhead

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    This is possibly the biggest black eye on the caste system. Woodhead averaged over 5 yards a carry a couple years ago, and since then he has been used less, and less. The Pats were actively trying to ruin his YPC last year, and now the Chargers show that they would rather lose than give him 20 carries. I firmly believe that its a rule that a white runningback cant be the starter. Its been that way at CB since Seahorn, and now its clearly that way with RB. With woodhead its even more important for the puppet masters to keep him from reaching the peaks he can, because hes not a big brusier they can compare to Moose Johnson.
     
  12. Freethinker

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    I thought Bront played great. He always puts up huge tackle numbers when he gets extended play in preseason. He had a critical tackle to stuff Foster on a 4th (I think) and short in which man-child Gruden quickly told us, "Bird is a journeyman type with obvious athletic limitations who gets by on supreme effort", or something to that effect. These caste pricks never seem to miss a chance to "set the record straight" do they?

    Don's post which contained information that Danny Woodhead was behind the esteemed Ronnie Brown turned out to be prophetic. Now I've read weenieworld saying Woodhead is battling Brown for a share of the 3rd down back roll. This must be what San Diego promised Woodhead to woo him into signing huh? Maybe San Diego is channeling their past malevolence of drafting Jacob Hester highly only to have him block for a true fullback, from a no-name college, Mike Tolbert. They certainly can write the book on screwing White tailbacks.

    I've noticed some on CF calling Jordy Nelson the best deep threat receiver in football after his return to form on Sunday and have thought about it a bit. Being as partial as possible I'd say Calvin Johnson is the premier player on his own level but after that you really could make the case amongst Jordy, AJ Green, Larry Fitzgerald, Julio Jones, Andre Johnson and possibly Vincent Jackson. I'd safely put Jordy in the top 5 of outside receivers.
     
  13. Freethinker

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    Also, everyone is 100% correct on RGScreen. I saw a majority of the game and he stunk. He threw safe pass after safe pass, yet if one who had not watched quickly scanned the box score and saw the 329 yards they'd think he had an ok game. Here's the reality.

    Griffin is 9th in passing yards but has the 2nd lowest pass yards per attempt (6.71) outta the top 10 guys. The only guy worse is Flacco who the media ripped for having a bad game, which was mostly true even though his receivers had alot of drops. The "Lord of the Screen" also needed more attempts (49) than anyone not named Flacco to reach his yardage. He looked scared to scramble and his footwork and planting on many passes was awful. His track speed opened up the field for his passing last year. If he is now simply a pocket passers, he appears to be as mediocre as many of the other quotabacks. Kaepernick, Wilson and even Vick still have higher success due to their threat to run. Is Griffin no longer in that category?
     
  14. Thrashen

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    I agree that Calvin Johnson is a better overall receiver than Jordy Nelson. Johnson is taller, bigger (and probably stronger), has better hands, and is better at “climbing the ladder” to snatch high passes, but Nelson seems to have slightly better breakaway speed on “go” routes. Johnson is also targeted far more and actually plays every single offensive down, a luxury Nelson hasn’t been afforded until Driver retired and Jennings signed with Minnesota this off-season. That said, Nelson has the advantage of playing on a better team, with a great QB, with a very good WR corps around him.

    Bleecher Report had some interesting stats on Nelson’s 2011 campaign, which could be equaled (or hopefully bested) in 2013…

    Subtract out the vast number of plays in which Nelson wasn’t even on the field in favor of Cobb, Jones, Driver, and Jennings, and you see the precious few snaps that Nelson had to work with compared to the best outside receivers in the NFL (C. Johnson, A. Johnson, Green, Jones, Jackson, D. Thomas, Fitzgerald, Colston, Bryant, etc). His efficiency that season was stunning.

    More alarming statistics from that season…

    Only one fewer touchdown catch on 62 fewer targets? That’s remarkable. Also, Nelson’s longest reception in 2011 was 93 yards and Johnson’s was 73 yards...

    [video=youtube;m45pR7bgnI8]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m45pR7bgnI8[/video]

    Johnson is the best receiver in football (and seems like a very nice guy), and there are certainly several other elite black talents in the NFL…but hopefully Jordy can be part of the conversation after the dust has settled in the 2013-2014 season. He’s waited five years to become the Packers’ clear-cut #1.
     
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    good posts guys, Freethinker and Trashen (weird - and refreshing - to see you actually giving credit to a black player T hahaha)
     
  16. bigunreal

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    From what little I've seen and read of the msm coverage of week 1, the general mantra is that Griffin took a while to shake off the "rust" and was adversely affected by not getting any preseason reps, thanks to his white coach. Eventually, his unparalleled talent won out, and he nearly led his team to a miraculous comeback victory.

    Meanwhile, Rivers is, as I predicted, taking all the blame for the Chargers loss. That's the problem we face- when a white QB like Rivers puts up great stats, but makes a crucial mistake, the stats will be minimized. When a quotaback does it, of course, all that matters are the stats. Rivers has been thrown under the bus for the last few years by the "journalists" who cover this sport, as they continue to ignore the fact he's had the worst offensive line in the league, virtually no weapons outside of an old Gates, and had to deal with the idiotic Norv Turner as his coach.

    One quotaback is on the way out the Affirmative Action door. Josh Freeman has lost his affletic luster at long last, as Rotoworld proclaimed, after the first game, that he was "one of the worst QBs in the league." Wow- that's some harsh criticism for a black QB. At any rate, there are plenty more to go around, and plenty more coming from the NCAA "college" breeding grounds.

    There is no explanation for Woodhead's incredible lack of usage Monday night. All we read about, once he signed with the Chargers, was how much they were going to use him, that he'd be an "integral" part of the offense, etc. Ronnie Brown was expected to be cut. So, was Woodhead's mysterious, still undisclosed injury, prior to the first preseason game, the reason behind his abrupt change of fortune? As I've said repeatedly, no white player can ever afford to get injured. IF Woodhead was injured, that is, because we still have no details about that injury, and at this point we obviously never will. What we're left with is yet another sad, unfathomable gift from the Caste System.
     
  17. Don Wassall

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    I have yet to read anything that reported it in those kinds of terms, whether from AP or Weenieworld or fantasy sites. Griffin had a very poor first half and then accumulated a lot of stats in the fourth quarter during garbage time when the game was out of hand, no one's pretending otherwise.

    Some of you let black quarterbacks get into your head, much the way Tiger Woods' opponents used to. You're convinced they're all going to excel statistically every game and get endless media praise far beyond even that. Josh Freeman is Exhibit A that even black quarterbacks only get so much time to prove themselves. The fact that Freeman is the second oldest starting black QB in the league speaks volumes for their failure rate and inability to have long, successful careers.

    Overall, Week One was a bad one for black quarterbacks, why not just sit back and watch the show as this season unfolds and then we'll see how it shakes out for them. It's far better to laugh at the circus and point out that the emperor has no clothes than constantly be in a depressed, ultra-negative state of mind.
     
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    Just read that Woodhead played all of TEN snaps Monday night. Meanwhile, future Hall of Famer Ronnie Brown played 25. There is no logical, or innocent, explanation for that.

    Clearly, the Chargers signed Woodhead, misled him about his role, and are actually planning on using him LESS than Belichick did. By no measurable standard does the aging Ronnie Brown offer anything that Woodhead doesn't. Woodhead is superior in every respect.

    And yet we are supposed to believe that these teams are trying to win.
     
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    Isn't that the Caste System in a nutshell? It's the fact that coaches/GMs/scouts etc believe a black "athlete" is better than his White counterpart no matter what, even if all the evidence in the world says otherwise.
     
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    I think a healthy Jordy is neck and neck with Johnson.
     
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    If this treatment of Woody continues in the coming weeks you are a gentleman and scholar.
     
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    It's Matt Gianone. He has about five other names on here as well. He will post ridiculous things like abortion or war in sports threads. He's too stupid to understand I've known it was him from the day he signed up. No matter how time he's banned he returns under different names.
     
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    It's plausible that Ronnie Brown intimidated the coaching staff to not give his touches to a white boy. Woodhead's lack of touches was the biggest disappointment of week one, by far. The other appalling stat was Brady targeting the black scrub receiver thompkins 14 times. It almost cost them the game. On the bright side, Weddle looked fantastic, and congratulations to the multiple 100+ yard snowmen receivers!
     
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    I agree wa33, overall Jordy is as good, although Johnson gets the edge because he's a little bigger, but not so sure he's stronger.

    I see so many black players that look like Tarzan, but are weak as well water. It's so weird especially down in the high school and college ranks. Some black players are bigger and seem to look more muscular and weigh 20-30 lbs. more, but when it come to power and strength, most do not compare to the smaller white players.

    Why is this? Probably should be on a whole new thread. Does anyone else notice this? Can we start a thread on why most white players are generally stronger than their black counterparts or has this been covered?
     
  25. Don Wassall

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    It's something we've discussed before, but not recently. I noticed the same phenomenon many years ago; my favorite example is seeing Roger Kingdom, an Olympic gold medal winner in track who was very much "cut," but could hardly move any weights in the gym at the University of Pittsburgh.

    Whites generally also have much better stamina than blacks, something that was well known through most of American history and which was often cited as one of blacks' racial weaknesses before the current age of cultural communist censorship began.
     

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