2016 Green Bay Packers

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  1. Don Wassall

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    The Packers seem reluctant at times to develop their White talent, seeming to be almost embarrassed to not be as coal black as many other NFL teams, but they still rank among the best in a league that rigidly adheres to the Big Lie of black athletic supremacy.

    On defense, the Pack drafted three White players in rounds 3 and 4 and will start three White linebackers and an end in the new season.

    It was painfully obvious last year that then-rookie Jake Ryan was noticeably better than Nate Palmer and the other sub-replacement level talent the team was using at inside linebacker. Ryan’s racial apprenticeship was finally ended and he played well toward the end of the 2015 season and has kept his spot to open 2016.

    This year’s fourth round pick Blake Martinez will not have to serve a racial apprenticeship, as he will line up next to Ryan. Martinez combines speed (4.7) with the strong tackling and ball hawking abilities he displayed at Stanford.

    The emergence of Ryan and Martinez will enable Clay Matthews to move back to his natural position outside, where he ranks among the very best in the league. Very fast and aggressive, Matthews has averaged over 9 sacks per season along with making numerous other big plays.

    Like Martinez, end Dean Lowry of Northwestern was also taken in the fourth round of the ’16 draft. After being listed as a backup all training camp, on Sept. 7 he was promoted to starting LE.

    Outside linebacker Kyle Fackrell also was drafted in ’16, in the third round. Tall and rangy, he’s a terrific athlete who the team hopes can eventually bookend Matthews as a pass rushing specialist.

    The offense is centered around the great Aaron Rodgers, who at 32 is still in the middle of his prime years. Rodgers and the offense sputtered last season without Jordy Nelson, who was lost for the season with a torn ACL. No one realized how key Nelson was to the offense, with the media assuming the likes of Randall Cobb and Davante Adams would pick up a lot of the slack. But Nelson is the first superstar White outside receiver since Steve Largent (and some might say Cris Collinsworth) back in the 1980s. And Nelson was pigeonholed as a possession receiver coming out of Kansas State and remained a backup his first three seasons. It took the sheer brilliance of his talent to force the Packers to finally use him the way he should have been from day one.

    Yes, the NFL dreads big, fast outside White receivers just as much as it fears White running backs and White cornerbacks. Which explains why Jeff Janis – built almost identically to Nelson and maybe even a step faster – continues to languish in a prolonged racial apprenticeship. Janis is still on the team, but it was clear from the media reports emanating from training camp that he was inexplicably in the doghouse, as the media often does some of the dirty work of the Caste System in paving the way for the purging of White players.

    Jared Abbrederis isn’t a “threat” the way Janis is, being more of a slot receiver, so he may see the field quite a bit in 2016. He should be ahead of the dreadful Davante Adams, but is pretty much “tied” with him currently in the battle to be the Packers’ third receiver.

    Rookie Joe Callahan from Wesley is the third quarterback behind Rodgers and Brett Hundley.

    Tight end Justin Perillo has some talent but is currently mired as the third stringer behind cement-footed Richard Rodgers and Jared Cook, a career bust that has managed to hang on into his eighth season in the league.

    Second year man Aaron Ripowski replaces John Kuhn in the role of human bulldozer (fullback).

    Four Whites start on the line. David Bakhtiari out of Colorado returns at left tackle. C. J. Tretter is the starting center. T. J. Lang is the right guard, and big Bryan Bulaga, the former first round pick, is the right tackle.

    Backups are rookie Jason Spriggs, a super athletic tackle out of Indiana who was drafted in the second round, T/G Don Barclay, and T Kyle Murphy.

    To sum up, the Packers project to start the season with 11 White starters and 22 Whites on their roster.

    On the practice squad are Devon Cajuste from Stanford, listed as a tight end but who could easily be a starting outside wide receiver in a league not blinded by the racist ideology of the Caste System, guard Blake Muir of Baylor, and guard Lucas Patrick of Duke.


    Starters:
    QB Aaron Rodgers
    FB Aaron Ripowski
    WR Jordy Nelson
    LT David Bakhtiari
    C C. J. Tretter
    RG T. J. Lang
    RT Bryan Bulaga
    OLB Clay Matthews
    ILB Blake Martinez
    ILB Jake Ryan
    DE Dean Lowry

    Total number of White players on 53 man roster: 22

    Grade: C+
     
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  2. Thrashen

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    Don, the reputable "Ourlads.com" has Dean Lowry listed as the starter at LDE, as does the Packers official website...

    http://www.ourlads.com/nfldepthcharts/depthchart/GB

    http://www.packers.com/team/depth-chart.html

    With a superstar white QB, 3 white WR's (including the NFL's best deep threat), a 4/5 white OL, and possibly 4 white starters on defense, the Packers are far-and-away the team to support in NFC. One injury to Adams or Cobb and Abbrederis and Janis will be starting. One injury to black LT, Taylor Lane, and, they'll have an all-white OL. One injury to

    With Nelson's injury, the Packers were unwatchable last year. They've really righted the ship and assembled their most white-friendly roster since their 2010-2011 Superbowl year. Should be a great team to watch, especially with the return of the cattle farmer from rural Kansas and former college walk-on...

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  3. Don Wassall

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    Good catch as Lowry was just promoted yesterday. That's two White rookies starting on defense, unheard of for the Caste NFL, and 11 White starters altogether. I'll edit my original write-up.
     
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    Green Bay has clearly overtaken New England as the #1 CF team for this year.
     
  5. white lightning

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    Love the video clips Thrashen. Excellent work my friend. Yes the Pack Attack will be fun to watch this year. I
    want to see Aaron Rogers airing it out alot with deep bombs to his speedy snow patrol receiving corp.
     
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    Definitely one of if not the best team in the NFL, such fantastic white talent on both sides of the ball.

    Janis is listed on the depth chart as the #3 outside WR, while Abbrederis is the #2 on the slot/outside versatile WR list, so hopefully they all both get a fair bit of playing time. Them up against the Pats in the SB would be fantastic, and it's looking a decent chance.

    Speaking of a GB-NE Super Bowl, is it just a coincidence that the 3 (probably) whitest teams in GB, NE, and Cincinnati are all going to be in Super Bowl contention? You'd think more teams would cotton onto this fact that more white players = more success, but I guess not...
     
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    NT Brian Price has been signed to GBs active roster promoted from practice squad!
     
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  8. Leonardfan

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    Pretty sure price is a mulattoo
     
  9. celticdb15

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    Damn pretty sure you're right, threw me off saw a few pictures of him and he has light colored eyes. Scratch that!
     
  10. Leonardfan

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    Janis had the club removed from his hand:

    Packers WR Jeff Janis practiced Monday without a cast on his right hand.

    It is the first time we have seen him without the club since he suffered a broken hand in a training camp practice in early August. Now with full use of both hands, Janis could start to see some snaps at receiver, but his main contributions will continue to come on special teams.
     
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    It's mind boggling that the opportunity to make tens of millions of dollars still isn't enough incentive for some players not to become out of shape and obese:

    ESPN reports Eddie Lacy is back close to the "255 to 265 pounds" he played at last season. Lacy has looked "husky" the last several weeks, but he was still performing very well on the field before going down with an ankle injury. Perhaps the ankle issue can be attributed to his weight, but the extra pounds certainly were not affecting his play on the field. Even so, Lacy's inability to stay in shape and healthy likely means the Packers will let him test the free-agent waters next spring
     
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    They just placed him on injured reserve! He's done in Green Bay! Starks is injured for 4 weeks only other rb they have is Knile Davis who the Packers surprisingly traded for earlier this week.. Too bad Gerhart and Wegher were black balled out of the league for being white runners. They deserve a call.
     
  15. Leonardfan

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    The Packers worked out Brandon Wegher. I wonder if they read my tweet ;)
     
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    Sadly, families generally speaking aren't as close as they used to be, and there are many situations where various family members don't speak to each other, which used to be an extreme rarity. Family, church, community, and tribe (ethnic and racial consciousness) have been replaced by the (((media))) in all its manifestations with all the negative consequences that go with it. Many Americans who are materially wealthy are miserable, while many people in third world countries are happy because family and friends are at the center of their lives. In America, isolation, alienation, suspicion and jealousy rule.

    With that said, I won't judge Aaron Rodgers and his family situation. If it's that dysfunctional it only makes his job that much more difficult to perform at an elite level.
     
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    I think the problem is his girlfriend.Since he has got with Munn he has went to a mostly vegan diet,cut off family including not going to his grandfathers funeral,and developed a very aloof personality unless he is around media.Whether its her,his family,or just getting the big head as a star he isn't the same player he was 3-4 years ago and his inability to throw often to the best WR on the team is costing the Pack big time.He needs to pull his head out of his hindquarters and go back to the old Rodgers.
     
  19. Leonardfan

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    If these stories/rumors are true than Rodgers lost any respect I had for him. Rodgers lack of support for Janis and Jared was also disappointing but shunning your family is on a whole different level.
     
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    Packers signed LB Jordan Tripp to 53 man roster!!
     
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    You beat me to the punch 22. This is highly unlikely a guess as there will be, but is it possible McCaffrey got signed to the practice squad to draft and lure Christian to the Pack next year? Who would not want to play with their brother. McCaffery did not want to play for a historically bad Duke team which is why he went to Stanford.

    Why is it the Patriots and Packers in recent memory the only NFL teams to play a starting 5 offfensive lione and play a good # of white wrs?
     
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    Speaking of Janis he made the injury report for a quad and is doubtful this week
     
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    Now that I think about it, Green Bay would be a perfect landing spot for McCaffery.
     
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