Football metrics are definitely a good thing for white players. Football metrics focus on things that can be measured. They focus on production statistics and athletic test statistics. For example, Jeff Janis caught 83 passes and ran a 4.37 40, had a 3.98 20 yard shuttle and a 6.64 3 cone. These are objective measurables. A scout with an anti-white bias might describe Janis as "looks slow," "doesn't have a burst," "not quick enough to get separation." The athletic tests would belie that description. White players who test well athletically have been described this way. The more people focus on football metrics, the better for white players.