2018 NFL Teams Overall Whiteness

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  1. La France Blanche

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    Minnesota Vikings 10 starters/20 total

    Cafe au Lait:

    Baltimore Ravens 9 starters/17 total
    Denver Broncos 9 starters/17 total
    Atlanta Falcons 8 starters/18 total
    San Francisco 49ers 8 starters/18 total
    Los Angeles Rams 8 starters/17 total
    Miami Dolphins 7 starters/20 total
    Cincinnati Bengals 7 starters/19 total

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    Indianapolis Colts 8 starters/13 total
    New England Patriots 7 starters/16 total
    Dallas Cowboys 7 starters/16 total/quotaback
    Kansas City Chiefs 7 starters/16 total/quotaback
    Detroit Lions 7 starters/15 total
    Green Bay Packers 6 starters/16 total
    New Orleans Saints 6 starters/16 total
    Washington Redskins 6 starters/16 total
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers 5 starters/19 total/quotaback

    Detroit:

    Chicago Bears 6 starters/14 total
    Los Angeles Chargers 6 starters/14 total
    Philadelphia Eagles 6 starters/14 total
    Buffalo Bills 6 starters/13 total
    Pittsburgh Steelers 5 starters/15 total
    Carolina Panthers 5 starters/15 total/quotaback
    Cleveland Browns 5 starters/13 total/quotaback
    Tennessee Titans 5 starters/13 total/quotaback
    New York Giants 4 starters/16 total
    Jacksonville Jaguars 4 starters/13 total

    Wakanda:

    New York Jets 4 starters/11 total
    Arizona Cardinals 3 starters/11 total
    Oakland Raiders 3 starters/9 total
    Seattle Seahawks 3 starters/9 total/quotaback
    Houston Texans 3 starters/8 total/quotaback
     
  2. ramicackle

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    Current won/loss/draw record added to original text.
     
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  3. Truthteller

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    Nice write up LaFB....

    I'm kind of miffed with the Jets, on the one hand I'm glad the rookie QB is doing well, but if he continues to play at this level the teams' caste clown GM, as well as their soft-spoken and polite black head coach (who loves quietly screwing over the few whites his cuck GM gives him), will continue to be employed....Whatever it takes to get rid of this pair of clowns, not that their replacements would likely be any better in this rancid league?

    Also, if anyone wants to start a new NFL News, Rumors and Musings thread, that would be great.

    Here's an interesting article. I feel the two most egregious cuts last week were Nall in Chicago and Brandon Reilly in Buffalo...Kind of expected Nall getting shafted as a undrafted, white tailback. But Reilly really stunned me, as well as many in the Buffalo media, who had glowing reports about him all summer.

    Here's a recent article in which Reilly is clearly frustrated...Seems to be so crestfallen, he won't even sign onto a teams practice squad, yet. New lie is he was cut due to a minor rib injury, not his race.

    Also says the Cardinals, who have fielded pretty much all-black teams for three decades (since they arrived in Phoenix/Arizona), intend to work him out soon. I'm not sure why he would even waste his time with the militantly anti-white Cardinals organization? This former NHL prospect would have a better shot with the basement dwelling Arizona Coyotes than the Cards....two other teams also worked or working him out.


    https://www.omaha.com/huskers/footb...cle_05eaccbb-a5fd-54e2-a53e-e34a33c03d31.html
     
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  4. Italian Stallion

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    Thanks for the article link, TT. Brandon Reilly has truly gotten screwed 2 years in a row now. There is really nothing more a player can possibly do to make a team. In addition to having a knack for getting open and catching everything thrown his way, he also had the 2nd fastest 40 time out of the 13 total wide receivers the Bills carried on their training camp/pre-season roster. On top of all this, he overcame a coaches/GM complaint about him from last year and started making key tackles on special teams. The injury was unfortunate. It was due to an errant throw by A.J. McCarron and Reilly trying to do everything in his power to make the catch anyway he could in stark contrast to the complete lack of effort exhibited on numerous occasions during the pre-season by Robert Foster, the bum afflete Alabama product who was essentially given Reilly's roster spot. Before the injury, from mini-camp all the way through the last practice before that first pre-season game, Reilly was actually 3rd on the depth chart and frequently being deployed with the starters. I thought for sure he was going to make it this year----what a shame !!!
     
  5. Truthteller

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    Stallion, thanks for the reply and the input. You are correct, there is really nothing more a player can possibly do to make a team, which is probably why he seems exasperated. My guess is the Bills or other teams offered him a practice squad spot (which pays $7,600 per week minimum), but he's so stunned and upset, figuring he was a lock to make the squad, that he just went back to Nebraska to cool off a bit?

    He seems like a young Chris Hogan (similar size, speed and athletic ability), so hopefully he finds a way to get a fair chance eventually -- like Hogan did. Hogan was a former top lacrosse player, who transitioned to football as a senior in college at a smaller school. Reilly, once considered a serious NHL prospect, actually stopped playing hockey as a teen and played 4 years of football in the Big 12. So he should be way ahead of Hogan, in terms of development. I wonder if Reilly is second guessing his choice of playing football, as the NHL tends to dole out roster spots by merit, not dubious drafting and racial quotas?

    By the way, the Bills seem to still have big plans for ex-second rounder Zay Jones, who's best known for running around a L.A. building naked, eventually trying trying to jump from the 30th floor.

    https://www.democratandchronicle.co...-receiver-cayleb-jones-los-angeles/444943002/
     
  6. MrPoon

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    There needs to be a class action lawsuit. There's clearly a system in place to racially segregate the league. There has to be an angle here these guys can go after.
     
  7. Don Wassall

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    Mr. Poon, you've posted this same thing dozens and dozens of times. As I posted earlier today in the Ryan Nall thread in response to your exhortation for him to sue:

    I've posted a number of times over the years about how unrealistic that is at the present time and why. What is more realistic, albeit also not likely to happen, is for us to try to develop alternative scouting resources and alternative reporting of sporting events and personalities. That would take financial resources, though nowhere the kind needed to file and attempt to prosecute a many years long class action suit against the NFL and/or the NCAA and/or one or more of the scouting services that would almost certainly up end losing.

    That's what we should be aspiring toward, an expansion of Caste Football's reach. The alternative media is what's put such a dent in the system's stranglehold over the minds and hearts of the American People. And that's the only way to really get after the Caste System.

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    If you want an example of why a class action suit is not going to happen, here's one of my posts from a year or so ago, using Tanner Gentry as an example:

    This has been brought up numerous times, including by me. The "class" is White football players who believe they've been discriminated against, the defendant(s) would be the NFL (and/or NCAA and/or the alleged "scouting services"). However Tanner Gentry, an undrafted free agent cut at the end of his first NFL training camp, is not the person to make the centerpiece of a case.

    Such a class action lawsuit would likely take many years to adjudicate, and would take many millions of dollars in legal fees. And it would take some White football players (and their families) willing to stick their necks out in an intensely anti-White environment and be called "racists," "White supremacists," "nazis" and the rest as there would be no sympathy anywhere from the system and bottomless amounts of hostility. Therein lie the main problems. It's easy to yell "sue," as Americans love to do without understanding how the legal system works, including the reality that the side with the most money and influence almost always wins.
     
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  8. Old Scratch

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    I don't think a class action lawsuit is that farfetched. More and more white people are getting fed up, the overton window has shifted a lot since Trump came to prominence, and pejoratives like "racist" and "nazi" hold less cachet by the day.

    The only problem is the guys that got shafted won't be getting together to take legal action, even though it can be demonstrated how unfair their treatment has been.
     
  9. knightedsoldier5000

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    I watched the start of the Bears game and was sad to see how dark they are. On defense, they only had one white player, LB Nick Kwiatkowski but I'm not even sure he's normally the starter. On offense you just have Trubisky and a couple of OL. Sad state of affairs. The powerhouse 80s Bears teams had a decent amount of white players on them. At least the Bears finally got rid of their black Head Coach with the white wife, that was a really sickening display to have that shoved in your face every game. "Lovie" the black coach apparently now makes big money at a public university to coach their feetsball team, U of I. I'm guessing all that money to pay 'da coach' comes from public funds since it's a public university?
     
  10. Old Scratch

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    Just a few short years ago the Texans were a castefootball favorite and now they're the darkest team in the league with a overhyped quotaback. And we all had such high hopes for Bill O'Brien!
     
  11. Don Wassall

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    That could be so, but the key factor is resources. You take on the NFL, you're in some ways taking on the entire power structure. The league alone has billions of dollars it can put into defending itself if need be; the media will of course be their handmaiden should a prospective suit actually reach the serious stage. Even if a class action suit wins in the initial stage (by getting a jury with some intelligence and common sense), it'll then go into the appeals process until it's overturned, something that can be dragged out for a longgggg time.

    I'm an attorney though not currently practicing. That doesn't make my opinion infallible, but I tell people all the time, stay out of the legal system unless you have more money and better connections than your opponent. The "justice" system works in favor of the most powerful interests, it's not a lady wearing a blinder carefully weighing arguments for truth and fairness.

    You want to hurt the Caste System, do it by building alternatives that are more effective in reaching and educating people. That's the best way to take advantage of the Trump era. Not saying it's an easy way, but it's more feasible than a class action lawsuit filed by a group of former or prospective White football players who would need to be willing to spend many millions of dollars over a long period of time with only a slight chance of success.

    Posters have been hoping for a class action lawsuit since the beginning of this site, over 14 years ago. It hasn't happened yet and it's not going to. The system needs to continue to be weakened by thousands of small cuts, not by taking it on directly.
     
  12. MrPoon

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    A professionally produced (hollywood grade, Dinesh Disouza?) Film and or documentary would be a MAJOR indictment. It may even cause an embarrasment effect causing the NFL and NCAA to self-remedy. It could go viral. Imagine having a professionally produced documentary to forward to all of your friends and family? Something powerful and emotional. Maybe it would get picked up by a John Stossel type.
     
  13. Don Wassall

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    That's what I'm talking about. We need to do a lot more ourselves, to make the conditions for a lawsuit to first be filed and then succeed more likely. Videos, talk shows, an alternative scouting service, a paid reporter or two, an additional paid full-time writer or two, go after it ourselves, build alternatives to the system instead of always being at the mercy of it and hoping it will somehow decide to be fair.
     
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    We can't even convince White Nationalists about the existence of the caste system. I don't think we'll be convincing a jury of normies any time soon.
     
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    White males, mostly middle and working class, in US trying to get a class action lawsuit against NFL... It would be laughed off at best, labeled racist and what not and ostraziced as the most likely result. Maybe if some of them were gay or some of those new denominations...
     
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    Great point, TT. Reilly's athleticism, skills, work ethic, and overall ability are nearly identical to Hogan's. Unfortunately, the similarity between the 2 has also applied to their early career success in the Caste System. I remember printing out for a DWF cousin of mine Hogan's combine results because he didn't believe me when I told him that Hogan had the same exact "measurables" as the highly touted Sammy Watkins with the exception of Chris doing over twice as many bench press reps !!!! Hogan's combine numbers were also far superior to Robert Woods, who was a 2nd round draft choice and I included that in the summary I presented to him as well. He still doesn't get it. The only white player outside of a few QBs that he ever shows any respect for is J.J. Watt. Any time he brings Watt up, I always remind him that Watt had to WALK ON in college and ask him what he thinks of that. I'm still waiting for an answer !!!

    As for Zay "Baff Salts" Jones, the current regime definitely has big plans for him seeing that they wasted a 2nd round pick on that useless bum. Jones is totally inept and grossly overrated. I was immensely disappointed when he was unable to complete that jump, but was not surprised given his overall incompetence. There was more controversy in Buffalo today when news broke that Baff Salt's momma was running her mouff on Twitter and telling the world that her sprog has to tell Kelvin " 5 Second 40" Benjamin where to line up on nearly every play. Sean McDermott was actually asked about this in a press conference a few minutes ago and became very agitated. Of course, him and his buddy Brandon Beane gave up 2 draft picks in a trade for that gem of an afflete, who on top of being slow as molasses, is also not too bright and extremely lazy----what a surprise !!! These 2 clowns are just a few more examples of the gross injustice that was done to poor Brandon Reilly. Perhaps he is just extremely pissed-off(and justifiably so), but word had it around here that the Bills did not offer him a spot on the practice squad. Hopefully, there is some truth to them having a desire to bring him back in the future, but they were probably just paying him lip service. Chris Hogan had to go through 4 training camps and 3 teams before he finally got a shot.
     
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    Stallion, as someone who vividly remembers rooting for the very white friendly Bills teams during the 1990's, I was hoping the current GM and HC go would back to the days of Bill Polian and Marv Levy. While they've done a decent job on defense, the offense looks very much like last years Oakland Raiders team, except with less talent -- not that Oakland was anything great besides Carr, Cooper and a few over hyped sumos.

    I wonder how much off this "White cleansing" has to do with two issues:

    1) Allen's purported mild "racist" tweets as a young teen...which was probably noting more than benign "smack-talk" with his black opponents.

    2) The presence of fading star LeSean McCoy, who seems to be himself a Grade A racial agitator?

    Are the Bills going out their way to show Allen is not "racist" and can work with an all-black offense? Is McCoy bullying the white staff in Buffalo with racial stuff, like he did with Chip Kelly in Philly (with ESPN's help) in 2013/14, which is a fact?

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    P.S: The A.J. McCarron trade, coupled with the coaches unwarranted confidence in a seemingly overwhelmed Peterman, makes no sense at all!

    I hate to see Josh Allen ( who was tabbed to start today) thrown into the fire with a team with a brutally bad offensive line, coupled with garbage receivers. Just what the tribal led "national media" is looking for, reasons to bash Allen as a total bust, as soon as possible.
     
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  18. Italian Stallion

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    Great points once again, TT. I agree with everything you said and would also like to add the probability of the last 2 drafts, wherein 7 out of 14 total selections were white and last season's benching of Idler Arm Taylor as being likely additional factors in this unfortunate new direction as well. McDermott took a ton of flak for sending that glorified safety who thinks he be a quarterback because Ray Lewis and Ed Reed said so to the bench from Bills team members on both sides of the ball. Additional criticism of the move came from black players on other teams, most notably, Dick Sherman who commented on the situation via social media. Also getting in on the act were a few retired black players, including a couple of Buffalo Bills alumni who were, of course given a voice by willing and eager Marxist Media Mavens from coast to coast. The situation with Dick Sherman shows in spades(pun intended) just how tribal these people are. Normally, a player on another team would celebrate decisions that they deem to be bad moves by others, not condemn them. If our people were the same way, this website wouldn't even exist !!!!

    I too am very worried about the situation Josh Allen finds himself in and am still baffled by the decision to get rid of A.J. McCarron. Hopefully, his escapability and tremendous size and strength allow him to come through this ordeal in reasonably decent shape and he doesn't give the scumbags in the media too much additional ammunition to fire in his direction, which we know they will do to some extent, no matter what happens.
     
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    Café au Lait + the Vikings have compiled an 11-3-1 (.767) record after 2 weeks of action. So far, so good.

    Wakanda is 1-9-0 after week 2.
     
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