2013 NFL Week 13

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  1. PhillyFanatic

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    when there's a racially divisive issue, on mild stuff at least, the jewish producer usually has the white guy take the black side and the black guy take the white side. this is when it's only indirectly a racial thing. when it's directly a racial thing, they all take the black side.
     
  2. foobar75

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    Mostly positive article on Decker, but the writer incorrectly calls him the weakest link in the offense (no surprise coming from BSPN):

    http://m.espn.go.com/nfl/story?storyId=10066546

    Commenter Brendan Ragan sets the record straight:

    Wrong, wrong, wrong. If 85 catches for 1074 yards is a break out year, how is 63 catches for 971 yards through 12 games a disappointing year? Decker has 260 more yards than Welker! He has 18 more receptions than Julius! His number of catches per game is identical to last year. His yardage per catch is up. He is most certainly not the fourth option on this team (and a far cry from being a "distant fourth" as you so erroneously opine). He has been targeted 98 times to Welker's 100 and DT's 108, numbers that over a course of a year are virtually identical considering throw aways and penalties. The four players, if anything, are options 1A-D. Any given game, you won't know who Peyton is going to target. Thanks for trying to drum up a "little engine that could" article about Decker, but no one in Denver is surprised by his performance today. The only people who are surprised are the ones who don't watch the Broncos or look up stats. Can I have your job, please?
     
  3. white is right

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    Yes you almost have to wonder how hasn't pulled an Irvin or Jimmy the Greek because of his sophomoric humor. I guess he was cagey enough to know what racial group you can kick and kick while they are down and not have to worry about the consequences.......:tsk::thumbdown:
     
  4. backrow

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    What's pretty amazing is that Gronk, despite missing half of the season still has a shot at 1k! All he needs is to average just over 100 yards per game, which he has since coming back.
     
  5. PhillyFanatic

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    Foles is not only another future white QB hopeful, he's a godsend to white receivers and TE's. Ertz, Celek, and Cooper are balling. The new America's Team -- agenda free, with no unnecessary sideline shots of Foles doodling in his playbook to make the audience think he's smart, or receivers chimping out because Calvin Johnson one-upped them.

    Surprisingly, he's receiving very little hype, despite playing on a team that the media has talked about at lengths the past few years..

    I would have assumed it would be a big story, Foles putting up dominant numbers and turning around a team that was one of the worst and most disappointing teams in the league with Vick at the helm.
     
  6. backrow

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    imagine the reverse situation. or what happened in Seattle or SF (which wasn't anywhere near as clear cut as this situation!). they would be praising the black Nick Foles to the skies!

    double standards are standard in today's society...
     
  7. Thrashen

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    Unless I’m missing someone, it appears as though there are 10 different white players with a decent chance to eclipse 1,000 receiving yards in 2013. Since I’ve become aware of the Caste System (8-9 years) and all of its vile manifestations, I don’t believe I’ve seen a year in which so many whites were in contention for the coveted mark in receiving…

    Julian Edelman will need to average around 70 yards per game for his 1[SUP]st[/SUP] 1,000-yard season.

    Rob Gronkowski will need to average around 110 yards per game for his 2[SUP]nd[/SUP] 1,000-yard campaign.

    Brian Hartline will need to average around 50 yards per game for his 2[SUP]nd[/SUP] 1,000-yard season.

    Riley Cooper will need to average around 90 yards per game for his 1[SUP]st[/SUP] 1,000-yard season.

    Eric Decker needs only 29 total yards for his 2[SUP]nd[/SUP] 1,000-yard season.

    Wes Welker will need to average around 70 yards per game for his 6[SUP]th[/SUP] 1,000-yard season.

    Jordy Nelson needs only 39 total yards for his 2[SUP]nd[/SUP] 1,000-yard season.

    Jason Witten will need to average around 95 yards per game for his 4[SUP]th[/SUP] 1,000-yard season.

    Jordan Cameron will need to average around 74 yards per game for his 1[SUP]st[/SUP] 1,000-yard season.

    Greg Olsen will need to average around 100 yards per game for his 1[SUP]st[/SUP] 1,000-yard season.

    As Don mentioned, perhaps the biggest surprise on this list is Julian Edelman, who was a late re-sign (for the league minimum) after several injury-plagued seasons and a once-promising 2012 campaign that landed him on IR. Aside from the Giants, not one other team even worked Edelman out during the off-season. Danny Amendola was intended to be the heir apparent to the incomparable Wes Welker, but Edelman has primarily played as an outside flanker and has flourished the way that few else (aside from CF posters) knew he could. This season is truly the best the former college quarterback (and NFL short-lived NFL cornerback) has ever looked. In years past, he displayed poor hands, had several false starts, and constantly bobbled catches. Yesterday, he made some unbelievable leaping catches in traffic and exhibited some great concentration…

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    CAPTION: Edelman Shines in Starting Flanker Role

    Edelman’s contract was only for 1 year, so we’ll see if New England re-signs him this off-season. Of course, his value in the punt return game (where he holds the highest return average in NFL history) is also significant.

    Naturally, it was also nice to see Peyton Hillis back in the fold after being arbitrarily inactive for several weeks. The Giants haven’t lost a game in which he was active. Here is a video of his 27-yard run…

    http://sports.yahoo.com/video/york-giants-running-back-peyton-051500865.html

    As has been mentioned, it was satisfying to see Eric Decker utterly scorch the Chiefs’ tar-hued secondary for 4 TD’s. It was humorous to view the melancholy-sodden reaction of the always-strident, eternally-intoxicated Kansas City jock-huffers reacts to their much-adored, extra-dark chocolate squad getting humiliated by Decker, who is clearly one of the best deep threats in the NFL…

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    CAPTION: Decker Dashes Darkies

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    CAPTION: All-American Drunk White Fans

    If one longs to see dejected DWF's, one should look no farther than “Fireman Ed” and the thousands of slovenly minions who financially support the vile “J-E-T-S!” Brian Hartline made short work of them…

    [​IMG]CAPTION: Hartline Scores 31-Yd TD

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    CAPTION: Disconsolate DWF

    Aside from unfortunate victories by Carolina, San Francisco, and Cincinnati, it was surely a nice week of football from our perspective. New England is now one game out of first place in the AFC, Philadelphia survived a quality Arizona squad and is in good position to make the wildcard, the Bears’ loss helped the Packers, Denver beat the Casteon Chiefs, and the Gremlin-lead Redskins secured their 9[SUP]th[/SUP] loss of the season…

    [​IMG]CAPTION: NFL's “G00ks for Griffin” Campaign

    Unless I require a swift cure for insomnia, I won’t be watching “Zulu Drew” and his racially-obtuse Saints squad battle “Plantation Pete” and his little brown doggie, the “Black Russell Terrier,” in tonight's MNF contest. Obviously, there are very few white players on either team (22/22 blacks on defense) aside from a handful of OL, TE Zack Miller and FB Jed Collins. Whenever Russell Wilson (who I believe does have some talent) is playing, there seems to be some unwritten requirement that Fox, ESPN, NBC and CBS must show his highly-unattractive mudshark during every broadcast.
     

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  8. The Hock

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    Talk about your hopeless DWFs. This guy has checked himself into a motel in Las Vegas and won't be leaving but feet first. Some writer named Jay Busbee writing on something called The Shutdown Corner this morning calls RG Griffith the Third "THE MOST INTOXICATING PLAYER IN A GENERATION."

    No twelve step program in the world could save this lush.
     
  9. Jack Lambert

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    Northwinds was right in how it came up. The reporter was trying to play up Andre Brown, and then Eli changed the subject to Hillis and said something like: "Peyton Hillis did a great job tonight." Again, props to Eli for this.
     
  10. Awake in America

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    It's a perfect example of watching the stat line vs. watching the game. Brown had a great game from a fantasy football perspective: 17 points in my league. Hillis only had 4 points. Hillis had the far superior performance, with more yards on fewer carries, and he was far more effective in pass protection. None of that will matter to the DWFs, and probably won't matter to the Giants' coaching staff or front office.
     
  11. backrow

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    Thrashen, century mark would be a 100 :police:

    good write up, bud! realistically Cameron and Olsen are longshots, although the former was on track before Browns had their QB trouble, as he was over a 100 in a bunch of games to begin the season.
    Cooper getting to a thousand would be great... Nelson should be a lock but, again, he would have been over by now had it not been for Rodgers injury.
     
  12. dwid

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    Woodhead needs 57.5 yards per game to reach 1k from scrimmage, he was on a quicker pace until his lack of involvement in the passing game last night
     
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  13. foobar75

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    Here's my take on tonight's game, which I'd normally not care about due to the make-up of each team's roster.

    This Seattle team is really good, especially their defense and running game. It's one of those rare times when a good chunk of talented black players have ended up on the same team and everything is working quite well in that system. They are also led by that midget quotaback whom the media loves and are virtually unbeatable at home. If they get home-field, I do not see any NFC team coming here in January and beating them. They would be a lock to make it to the SB, and once there, they have the pieces I just mentioned (defense and running game), which could create lots of problems for the likely AFC representative, NE or DEN.

    Bottom line, the Saints need to win this game, which would all but lock up home field for them. They are also unbeatable at the dome, but I'd much rather see them (and two white QBs) at the SB, not to mention, I think both NE and DEN have a lot more favorable match-ups against the Saints.

    That's why I'll be routing for NO tonight.
     
  14. davidholly

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    I could realistically see the Eagles flash card offense doing well on the Seahawks field.
     
  15. joegoofinoff

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    foobar75, Agreed, up to a point, That point is they're just too black. They're (one or more of them) going to do something so astoundingly stupid at the worst possible time and destroy themselves - it's Inevitable. Also, this won't continue over any length of time. There'll be no dynasty with them.

    joegoofinoff...
     
  16. icsept

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    Did anybody see this Knowshon Moreno "crying" during the national anthem. For some reason the camera zooms on Knowshon's face as he opens his eyes and water streams out. The video was immediately put out throughout the major news outlets as a genuine patriotic emotional display. This was a total fraud event which had no resemblance to real tears or crying. I'm just so tired of this type of staged, contrived bull**** being foisted on the public.
     
  17. jaxvid

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    I saw that but the sound was down so I wasn't sure if he was crying for some Trayvon getting popped or because his Momma done kickt the bucket. I saw some vaguely patriotic symbolism with it and later heard it had something to do with USA! USA!

    For many years black people have been resolutely unpatriotic. Every one I've talked to has complained about all of the White man's wars especially in the Middle East. It was practically the only thing we agreed on. I know it's been hard on DWF's who want their darkies to bend over and kiss old glory like they do but no such luck.

    I wonder if that is changing since it's becoming obvious even to mental midgets like the Obama voter that this is their country now so those wars are going to belong to them. Obama, Hillary, Uncle Joe, Valerie whats-her-name, are making the calls on who the Grand Imperial Multicultural Empire sends its brave womyn and gays to fight for. Dick Cheney aint' drumming up biz for his buddies there anymore.
     
  18. Don Wassall

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    It was very strange to put it mildly. He's just standing there, not crying or giving any hint of it and then all of a sudden water is coming off his face like a faucet had been turned on. I've never seen a Niagara Falls display remotely like that even from people who were sobbing uncontrollably. And a camera just happened to be zoomed in on him at the time. Could easily have been staged, but for what purpose? I have to wonder about someone's emotional stability who all of a sudden starts gushing like that.
     
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    Yes, that's right, I remember now thinking what the hell is going on? When you see water works like that you usually have some facial contortions or bodily reaction. But this guy was stock still, face as rigid as a cigar store Indian, yet the tears were coming out like someone had a pair of pliers wrapped around his nuts. I've never seen that before. I thought it was some black thing, maybe something they learned on the plantation, you know something a White guy like me could never understand......the ways of Africanus Americanus have always seemed very mysterious to me.
     
  20. Extra Point

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    I said in a post awhile ago that the media is going to try to make him out to be the greatest player of all time.
     
  21. foobar75

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    Not sure what you guys are talking about. I find it very impressive to see someone pee thru their eyes.:tongue:
     
  22. Extra Point

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    They actually have their arms around them!
     
  23. Matra2

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    Ray Lewis is really struggling on NFL Countdown. It's not surprising, of course, but he's not getting any better as the season goes on.
     
  24. foobar75

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    It's Emmitt Smith, part 2. I'd be surprised if he lasts too long. Even an AA haven like BSPN has its limits.
     
  25. goyim

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    I'm not worried about Seattle going terribly far. They nearly lost to two bad teams in Tampa Bay and Houston. They played Tampa Bay in Seattle, too. They're a good team but not without a lot of vulnerability.
     

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