2018 NFL Week 13

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  1. Bucky

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    End of McCarthy Era. Wow Gutekunst has no problem cleaning house. Just hope he does some looking in the mirror himself. Nervous to see who GB hires, don't want to see the White Talent they have on Defense broken up..
     
  2. Extra Point

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    From what I've seen so far Gutekunst will blacken the Packers from top to bottom, on the field and off.
     
  3. BeyondFedUp

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    So we're pretty much 3/4 through the season. Its seems like the two teams from the caste perspective to pull for to get to the SB are the Rams and the Pats. Yes, things could change in the final four weeks but this is seemingly how it is going. I like Drew Brees but not his team. Minn is on the outside looking in... And I'm bummed that the Rams won't have Cooper Kupp.
     
  4. Thrashen

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    The Vikings could easily be a Wildcard team, or even win their division if the Bears should falter. If they can beat Seattle next week, they’ll be in good shape as their final games are Miami, Detroit, and Chicago. In a way, they control they’re own destiny and could easily finish 10-5-1.

    A dream SB would certainly be Patriots-Vikings, but there are many good AFC teams (Baltimore, KC, Pitt, LAC) that could knock off the Pats and the Vikings are wildly-inconsistent and could literally win or lose to any decent NFC team.
     
  5. Upside

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    Agreed the Pats are still the favorite. But while I enjoy watching Goff, without Kupp, the Rams just don't do anything for me..

    Vikings are still the NFC pick for me, although they're making it really hard for themselves, so if not them, I got the Saints. Hate to say it but the Cowboys and Panthers are intriguing as well..
     
  6. wile

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    Panthers easily because C-Mac makes watching a game enjoyable
     
  7. Bucky

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    *Correction apparently it was Mark Murphy's decision to Axe McCarthy.
     
  8. BeyondFedUp

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    Philip Rivers leads the comeback!!
     
  9. BeyondFedUp

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    Rivers is an all American guy!...with a beautiful family...9 kids!!!
     
  10. BeyondFedUp

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    Chargers have a tough schedule coming up down the stretch. It doesn't get any easier:

    vs Bengals
    at Chiefs
    vs Ravens
    at Broncos
     
  11. La France Blanche

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    Not too bad. Bengals are on their backup QB, Broncos aren't doing so hot this year, and the Ravens apparently want to keep starting Eraserhead over Flacco.

    Chiefs are going to be a rough one, no doubt. If "It's" Pat! Mahomes doesn't come down to earth sometime, this year or the next, I might go bigunreal.
     
  12. BeyondFedUp

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    I always read of the BigUnreal thing. I guess during one of my extended hiatuses I guess I missed out on what that is. Can somebody please fill me in. I've always been curious but felt too dumb to ask.
     
  13. Don Wassall

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    Bigunreal believed every sporting event was carefully scripted and choreographed. He would bring it up when a White athlete or relatively White friendly team had a down day, but never when a White athlete or relatively White friendly team had a good day. In short, there was no rhyme or reason to it, and he insisted on bringing it up after he was asked numerous times not to.

    He also believed White quarterbacks should throw their careers away by speaking out against the Caste System. Carson Palmer in particular was the favorite target of his ire.

    He was overall a good poster, except for those two glaring quirks. As I mentioned before, he now writes on politics and cultural issues under his real name and I enjoy reading his articles. But here at CF, under the cloak of anonymity, he went off the deep end on those two topics.
     
  14. Flint

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    Bigunreal was a former poster that believed in wide ranging NFL conspiracies. He thought the anti white slant of the NFL extended to actually scripted plays and corrupt refs.

    He was so over the top about it that it almost seemed he was trying to make the site look foolish. I think he actually felt that way but was so into conspiracies that he went overboard. I also believe Don had to suspend him a couple of times. He seemed to disappear after one of the site crashes that dragged on for a while.
     
  15. Freethinker

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    Don, can you post a link to one of his recent works. I’d be interested in reading his writings as well. Thanks in advance.
     
  16. sport historian

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    He would claim Peyton Manning deliberately threw the game when the Colts lost in the playoffs. I would point out that a player made more money by WINNING the Super Bowl than he could by dumping the big game. What happens if a player doesn't like his cut? Who provides the money? Can you name this individual? Why doesn't a player unhappy with his share blow the scheme and become a national hero?

    He never could answer, just kept on with the same stupid babbling over and over.
     
  17. The Sapient

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    For what it’s worth, I saw Harrison Smith play corner on a play yesterday.
     
  18. FootballDad

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    The Chiefs' defense is probably the worst defense that I've seen this year. The Raiders were almost unstoppable for the Chiefs. Also, "It's" Pat was the Chiefs leading rusher this Sunday. He's elusive in the pocket, but really not much of a runner, just opportunistic.

    I do want to see the new Ravens' savior brought down, though.
     
  19. Deceptive Speed

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    Yea I can't really support the Rams without Kupp if they had more defensive players maybe, but Longacre and Hager don't really make much of a factor on D.
     
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  20. BeyondFedUp

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    I understand your point but from a caste standpoint the Rams are the best we have in the NFC with a realistic chance in the playoffs.

    Minn is on a slide and unfortunately they play the surging Seahags in Leftist Seattle who've won three in a row and are confident and still tough at home. Minn final four games are not easy as I posted earlier. I think they are not going to overtake Chicago and may not even get in as a Wildcard.

    I will not pull for the Panthers as long as sCam is QB. Period. It will always be promoted and perceived as sCams team.

    I like Brees but that team is very coal.

    Dallas is led by Prescott and Elliot so I don't want them in mix as much as before when they had Romo and Witten as their leaders.

    Philly is almost done with tons of injuries otherwise we could still have hope in them.

    Chicago is unproven and nothing special.

    Redskins, Bucs (only desirable if Fitzpatrick us allowed to play), Packers are not eliminated but all are too far back to consider at this point.

    So the Rams are my only viable choice in the NFC. And yes, I'll pull for Dallas for old times sake if the Rams go down in flames.
     
  21. Deadlift

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    Toxic locker-rooms

    (Atlanta) Dan Quinn has created one full of surly fatherless blacks who are unable to produce leaders. Quinn is an unimaginative caste cuck who tries to act tough, best suited for coordinator as he once was.

    (Detroit) They are getting what they deserve. Once again, purging White defensive players and NO leaders.

    Lack of leaders on the Redskins, Raiduhs, Jaguars, Jets, etc.
     
  22. Shadowlight

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    In my opinion McCarthy and the Packers never recovered from that dreadful 2015 playoff loss to Seattle. McCarthy never recaptured that early magic after that game but I have never actively disliked him like some here at CF. He did give us the Rodgers/ Matthews/ Jordy era and one sterling Super Bowl against the caste Steelers. One of the highlights of my sports watching life. In the scheme of things despite some issues well documented here McCarthy was not a full fledged caste hound. Did his coaching slip in recent times? For sure. I still would have waited until the end of the season to have let him go though. This is the same team that threw out Jordy like a rag doll which makes me very suspicious of them.

    Two king lynchpins of that glorious Super Bowl team Jordy and McCarthy weren't afforded the dignity they deserved. Especially in Jordy's case where he should have been given the option to play out a couple of more years and then retire as a Packer with all the fan fare that goes with such a special player to the team and the community. Not to mention his Brady/Edelman like bond with Rodgers. And I think here the finger needs to be pointed at their shiny new GM Gutekunst.

    This clown went full hog caste on their 2018 draft. Including three "upside athletic" wide receivers. And predictably not one of them has come close to gelling with QB Rodgers. Nice first names for all three. J'mon, Marquez and Equanimeous. I got a headache just trying to type their names. Give me a damn break. Not sure the 'great" J'mon made the squad and don't care enough to look it up.

    Also predicted here at caste that this draft class would provide the final nail in the coffin and it looks that way.

    I agree McCarthy didn't deserve another crack next season and their new defensive coach seems decent so far but otherwise this is a team that seems too anxious to bring in a full "caste" of characters.
     
  23. referendum

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    Gehrig Dieter on KC might have more room for error than most white WR's as he is apparently good friends with Mahomes. At the end of yesterdays game Mahomes flipped the ball to him. Having Kelce and Dieter on the field at the same time more often would be great, but not sure if that's something Andy Reid could allow on a regular basis, having two white pass catchers simultaneously.
     
  24. CrazyFinn

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    Bigunreal was a favorite poster of mine. I’m going strictly by memory here, but as best as I recall, he wasn’t all that conspiratorial at first. He made solid posts and got you thinking about things. But his last 2-3 years he became increasingly unhinged and that was unfortunate. I believe one (or two?) Carson Palmer related threads got so heated with vitriol that Don locked them and Bigunreal was suspended temporarily. And yes, he eventually disappeared after one of the site crashes a few years ago.

    His long lasting legacy in this forum (for those of us who remember him) was forever infecting us with “bigunrealitis” which comes around whenever things get too suspicious or convenient.

    And of course we will always be grateful to him for exposing Carson Palmer as the negro-worshipping wigger who backstabbed fellow white athletes without giving it a second thought.
     
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  25. Red raider

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    Not sure if it has been mentioned but Dylan Cantrell was activated to the 53 man roster for the Chargers! I’m very excited as one would expect
     

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