2015 NFL Draft

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  1. Extra Point

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    Running back Zach Zenner had a very high SPARQ score. He tested out to be more athletic than over 80% of all running backs in the NFL. He scored higher than Todd Gurley.

    Zenner rushed for over 2000 yards for three straight years for a Division 1 team. He looks good on tape (see for yourself). He doesn't fumble, he's durable and he has no character issues.

    Yet he went undrafted.

    Zenner went undrafted for one and only one reason - he's white. The Zenner case is a blatant, egregious and outrageous case of racial discrimination.

    If Zenner was black he would have been drafted in the first or second round.

    The NFL discriminates against white players. In the NFL the best players don't get drafted and the best players don't play - if they're white.
     
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    Here's an article about how defensive end Davis Tull is one of the most athletic edge rushers available in the draft in the last 15 years.

    Tull was drafted by the Saints in the 5th round.

    NFL Draft 2015: Davis Tull, the outlier
     
  3. Tannehill17

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    I'm here reading the Dolphins message board and there's a thread about Mike Hull and Zach Vigil. Surprisingly there seems to be a lot of praise for both of them from the DWF's. Many of them were wondering why neither one of these guys were drafted (we all know the REAL reason why) I really hope both of these guys stick because if something like this even gets a few of the DWF's to start questioning the caste system, its definitely a step in the right direction.
     
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    6-9 Brian Mihalik from Boston College was drafted by the Eagles in the seventh round.

    Mihalik tested out very well athletically. He had a very high SPARQ score.

    Mihalik will likely play defensive end in the Eagles 3-4 alignment.

    The Eagles got themselves a potential steal. It looks to me that Chip Kelly knows what he's doing. He made a good pick here.
     
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    Kelly's been stockpiling white DL lately!!
     
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    It's a shame that neither of these studs were drafted. But I'm happy the picked Miami. they have had a weak LB corp for a while now. They also picked Jordan Tripp last year. So it might sound far fetched but we might have another snow patrol gaining steam within these next few years!
     
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    From the article: "But those numbers from a player who competed in the Southern Conference and whose arms measured in at 31-1/4" (emphasis added).

    Looking at linebackers of similar height, his arms are average in length, and that's probably why he could put up really good reps in the bench. This is 100% the work of Mel KiPer Jr. (emphasis added). He values arm length, even though it appears to have zero impact on football performance. His favorite metric for criticizing white players, and it's filtered down to other writers, as intended.
     
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    This thread now has over 150,000 views.

    I think whites are waking up and starting to show more interest in their racial interests and anti-white racism.

    I think the recent NFL draft made some whites more aware of the anti-white agenda in football.
     
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    Perhaps. What they really need to take a look at is all of the white players who are exceptional in the league and where they came from. The JJ Watts, the Luke Kuechlys, the Danny Woodheads, etc. You name ANY outstanding white player (and they HAVE to be outstanding to even make a team) and you will find a story of a walk-on college player, a late draft or UDFA.

    Just go look around at the high schools in your area, lurkers. I guarantee that the white players are among the very best. I'll bet white teams won the championships for your state in almost every classification. Then look at Rivals, Scouts, ESPN HS, etc. What? All black. How can this be? That's how the caste system starts and finishes. Some of the most outstanding HS running backs in the country happen to be white. They end up either as linebackers in college or relegated to NAIA schools. And when was the last time you heard of an NAIA player making the NFL?
     
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    There always seem to be good white linebackers available in the last half of the draft.

    Last year you had players such as Jordan Tripp and Brock Coyle available. This year players such as Davis Tull, Jake Ryan, Kyle Emanuel and Bryce Hager were available.

    Teams could improve their linebacking crew in a hurry by targeting underrated white linebackers in the second half of the draft.
     
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    It looks like Jon Feliciano is a Spaniard. Here are a few photos of him without a tan. He was taken in the 4th round by the Raiduhs. He also looks morbidly obese........https://www.pinterest.com/pin/135178426285730048/http://article.wn.com/view/2014/10/23/miami_hurricanes_8217_jon_feliciano_comes_full_circle_at_rig/https://twitter.com/mongofeliciano

    PS. He appears to be a Puerto Rican so he may not be a full blooded Spaniard or Euro.
     
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    Garrett Grayson and Sean Mannion were drafted in the third round and Bryce Petty was drafted in the fourth. Any of these three could end up being a franchise quarterback.

    Grayson, Mannion and Petty should have gone higher and would have if they were black. The past few years white quarterbacks are being drafted lower than they should based on merit.

    Look at 2014 when Tom Savage was a low fourth round pick and Zach Mettenberger was a sixth round pick. They should have been drafted much higher than that.

    When you're a quarterback needy team you need to take shots at getting one, you need to keep drafting them.

    A smart quarterback needy team should be drafting underrated white quarterbacks. They should take advantage of the bargain value.
     
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    Former Washington State QB Conner Halliday retires after just one practice with the Redskins. Very sad news I thought he would have a bright future.
     
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    Davis Tull is one of the most athletic edge rushers to come out in recent years. His measurables show him to be more athletic than most top black prospects.

    Tull is a good fit for the Saints 3-4 defense as an outside linebacker. After 1 or 2 years of seasoning Tull has a chance to develop into a top pass rusher in the NFL.

    The Saints sure could use the help. They had one of the worst defenses in the league last year.
     
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    Yeah me too. I think that would be key in the awakening of our people. If a few of our guys would just say "look, I was the best RB in camp, but since Im white the wanted to make me tackle people on kickoffs, and ride the bench".
     
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    Did anyone catch the controversy over Zach Mettenbergeer's statement that he's going to 'fight to the death' to win the starting QB gig on the Titans? Literally every analysis I've listened to has scoffed at him and acted like Mariota starting is a done deal, although the kid hasn't played one NFL snap yet. Just pisses me off how white athletes are constantly insulted and denigrated in subtle ways by the red media
     
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    The article starts out talking about a black player who wants to go to med school. This has nothing to do with Zenner. They can't even write an article about a white player without getting something about blacks in it.

    The article says that Zenner understood why he wasn't drafted but it doesn't say what it is that Zenner supposedly understood. This implies that there were valid football reasons why Zenner wasn't drafted. There weren't.

    Zenner wasn't drafted because he was white and for no other reason. It was blatant racial discrimination.

    A black player with Zenner's qualifications would definitely have been drafted.
     
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    Mariota apparently has been handed the starting job without having to earn it, without playing a single snap. Sounds like affirmative action.

    There should be an open competition for the job. I think Mettenberger would win such a competition.
     
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    Mariota getting treated like a black! Wow we've known for awhile polys definitely get preferential treatment in football. But this just concretes what we've noticed. Good for Mettenberger on his statement. I hope he goes hard everyday and approaches this competition as a war. No Mr nice guy helping him learn the playbook. every man for himself!
     
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    So already 3 minority QBs have been handed NFL starting QB jobs without having to prove ****.

    LOL
     
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    Mariota will soon show that he is nothing more than a glorified running black.

    His entire career at Oregon was a track meet with option right, option left, defensive end cracks in on the fake and run.

    A simple formula with the spread offense, but it does not make for an NFL ready quarterback when he is asked to read the backfield and throw deep.

    I'm expecting Mariota to be "hybrid" quarterback, half Michael Convick and half Geno Smith.
     
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    Mariota is going to get treated with kid gloves by the media. Granted he seems to be a decent guy with no bad personality traits - it makes it easy to cheer against him when the media goes all in on hyping him as the next generation type of QB - the same story they repeat every year when a non-white QB enters the league with fanfare. It's nice to see Mettenberger have that competitive nature though. Hopefully he performs well, Mariota performs poorly forcing the Titans to trade him to coddle Mariota. Same goes for Glennon in Tampa Bay with that assclown jameezzz.

    It still amazes me (although it shouldn't) that the media thinks the option is going to catch on. This is the 5th season with the whole spread/zone read scheme being implemented in NFL offenses and all of the QBs who run it are average or worse QBs - not even a DWF can claim Scam, Toucan, Gremlin are top tier QBs. Wilson's success has been on the heels of a strong running game and that offense.
     
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    Oregon's Jake Fisher was drafted in the second round by the Bengals. Fisher should have gone much higher.

    Fisher has prototypical traits to play left tackle. He tests out very well athletically. Fisher tested out around the very top of all offensive linemen available in the draft.

    So why did a player who has prototypical athleticism for the left tackle position fall to deep in the second round? Isn't left tackle a position teams place a premium on?

    The answer is that NFL teams factor race into their evaluations of players. Simply being black makes a prospect superior to a white player in the eyes of many NFL talent evaluators, regardless of athleticism, traits or production.

    Fisher is white therefore he can't be as good as less athletic black players in the minds of many NFL personnel people. The recent draft proves that this mindset exists.
     

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