2018 White defenders

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  1. Deceptive Speed

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    With Pre-season being over, and rosters cut down to 53 men. It's that time to see how many of our guys survived the anual purge. Here's how each team should look on defense (from a white perspective) heading into week 1:

    Bills- DT Kyle Williams, DT Harrison Phillips, DE/OLB Trent Murphy, ILB Matt Milano

    Dolphins- ILB Kiko Alonso, OLB Chase Allen, ILB Mike Hull (IR)

    Pats- OLB John Simon, S Nate Ebner

    Jets- DE Henry Anderson

    Dallas- ILB Sean Lee, OLB Leighton Vander Esch, S Jeff Heath

    Giants- DE Josh Mauro OLB Connor Barwin, ILB Nate Stupar

    Eagles- DE Chris Long, ILB Nate Gerry, ILB Paul Worrilow (IR)

    Redskins- DE Matt Ioannidis, OLB Ryan Kerrigan, ILB Zach Vigil, FS Troy Apke

    Ravens- DE Zach Sieler, DE Brent Urban, DT Patrick Ricard, SS Eric Weddle

    Bengals- DT Ryan Glasgow, DE Sam Hubbard, ILB Nick Vigil, SS Clayton Fejedelum

    Browns- DE Anthony Zettel, ILB Joe Schobert, OLB Tanner Villajo

    Steelers- OLB TJ Watt, OLB Anthony Chickillo, ILB Tyler Matakavich

    Bears- DE/OLB Kylie Fitts, ILB Nick Kwiatokowski

    Packers- DE Dean Lowry, OLB Clay Matthews, ILB Blake Martinez, ILB Kyler Fackrell, ILB Jake Ryan(IR)

    Lions- ILB Nick Bellore

    Vikings- ILB Ben Gedeon, SS Harrison Smith, FS Andrew Sendejo

    Texans- DE JJ Watt, ILB Brian Peters, ILB Ben Heeney (IR)

    Colts- DE Margus Hunt

    Jags- DT Taven Bryan, SS Cody Davis

    Titans- ILB Will Compton, ILB Robert Spillane

    Falcons- DT Justin Zimmer, DE Brooks Reed

    Panthers- ILB Luke Kuechly, ILB David Mayo, ILB Ben Jacobs, OLB Jared Norris, FS Colin Jones

    Saints- DE Trey Hendrickson, DE Mitchell Loewen, ILB AJ Klein, OLB Alex Anzalone, OLB Vince Biegel

    Bucs- DT Beau Allen, DE Carl Nassib, FS Chris Conte, MLB Jack Cichy, DT Mitch Unrein (IR)

    Broncos- DE Derek Wolfe, DE Adam Gotsis, ILB Josey Jewell

    Chiefs- OLB Ben Niemann, S Daniel Sorensen

    Chargers- DE Joey Bosa, ILB Nick Dzubnar, OLB Kyle Emanuel

    Raiders- OLB James Cowser

    Cardinals- ILB Dennis Gardeck, OLB Joe Walker

    49ers- DE- Cassius Marsh, ILB Brock Coyle

    Rams- DE/OLB Justin Lawler, OLB Matt Longacre, ILB Bryce Hager
     
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  2. ramicackle

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    So it looks like the Seahawks have 0 whites on defense. That looks bad; I'd imagine a token white will be added on the Seahawks D.
     
  3. MrPoon

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    I'm just waiting to see how long it takes Eagles fans to blame the new white linebackers for everything.
     
  4. Awake in America

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    If the best defense in the NFL were all white, and shut down every opponent, a DWF would look at it and wistfully think about how much better it would be if it were all black. General managers are pretty much just highly paid DWF's, for those who don't already realize it.
     
  5. MrPoon

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    And no one seems to be able to see how bad defenses tend to be that are all black. Defenses are so bad in general these days....no connection whatsoever.
     
  6. TwentyTwo

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    Thanks for making the list Deceptive Speed...

    Redskins D-Tackle Matt Ioannidis made the 53

    Too bad Jake Ryan is on IR
     
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  7. Shadowlight

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    Thanks for the list Deceptive good job but I can't go on ignoring one glaring omission. TROY APKE-- Redskins.

    Speaking of Apke hell hath no fury than a fan base when it comes to white DBs. It is a fact that fan bases generally don't give one stinking damn about their black DBs. They don't think about them. They don't complain about them even if they stink to high heaven. As long as they are black they just ride with it win lose or draw.

    Introduce a white DB into the equation and all hell breaks lose. All of a sudden the fans and the local pundits are non stop chirping about the mistakes and perceived foul ups. It reaches a crescendo of white noise. The antagonism and the anger are palpable. Why on earth do these jerk offs suddenly give a damn about DB play? Whiteness.

    I often wonder does it make insecure white men feel better if they think white players are stiffs just like them? The hatred of white DBs is irrational and mean spirited. It needs to be called out and eliminated once and for all.

    Of course the cruel irony is black DB play in general has never been worse. As a rule it has been atrocious. And the so called fan base and pundits stay as silent as death about it.
     
  8. RTTAS

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    Week one snap counts for our defensive players

    NFC
    Arizona: None
    Atlanta: Reed 28 (44%)
    Carolina: Kuechly 63 (100%), Mayo 18 (32%), Jones 23 (40%)
    Chicago: Kwiatkowski 47 (80%)
    Dallas: Vander Esch 17 (28%), Lee 59 (97%), Heath 67 (100%)
    Detroit: None
    Green Bay: Lowry 15 (23%), Martinez 70 (100%), Matthews 60 (91%), Fackrell 4 (6%)
    LA Rams: Lawler 1 (1%), Longacre 22 (30%)
    Minnesota: Gedeon 29 (48%), Smith 66 (100%), Sendejo 66 (100%)
    New Orleans: AJ Klein 25 (40%), Anzalone 34 (55%), Hendrickson 14 (23%)
    NY Giants: Barwin 41 (66%)
    Philadelphia: Long 39 (60%), Gerry 26 (40%)
    Seattle: None
    San Francisco: Marsh 39 (55%), Coyle 61 (86%)
    Tampa Bay: Allen 31 (53%), Nassib 27 (46%), Conte 64 (100%)
    Washington: Ioannidis 27 (53%), Vigil 16 (31%), Kerrigan 36 (71%)

    AFC
    Baltimore: Ricard 11 (18%), Urban 28 (47%), Weddle 47 (78%)
    Buffalo: Williams 45 (61%), Phillips 41 (55%), Murphy 28 (38%), Milano 76 (100%)
    Cincinnati: Glasgow 40 (52%), Hubbard 7 (9%), Vigil 82 (100%), Fejedelem 69 (90%)
    Cleveland: Schobert 84 (100%)
    Denver: Wolfe 47 (85%), Gotsis 21 (38%), Jewell 7 (13%)
    Houston: Watt 70 (97%)
    Indianapolis: Hunt 42 (84%)
    Jacksonville: Bryan 13 (21%)
    Kansas City: None
    LA Chargers: Dzubnar 1 (2%), Emanuel 13 (24%)
    Miami: Alonso 69 (100%), Allen 2 (3%)
    New England: None
    NY Jets: Anderson 34 (49%)
    Oakland: None
    Pittsburgh: Watt 85 (100%), Chickillo 10 (12%)
    Tennessee: Compton 19 (33%)

    Leaders in snaps given: Bengals (198), Bills (190), Vikings (161), Packers (149), Cowboys (141), Buccaneers (122)
     
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  9. Freethinker

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    I love this as a way to track defensive use of our guys. Great idea!
     
  10. referendum

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    Great stats RTTAS, this is a really revealing whether someone is a true starter or not. So many of our guys on offense are on the field the whole time (o-linemen, qb, stud tight ends) but for defense there is so much subbing this is great info to have.
     
  11. Truthteller

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    Nice job RTTAS, much more telling than tackle stats.

    For a moment I want to "focus" on one player (Andrew Sendejo 100%) and a silly NFL.com story three weeks ago....Also, perhaps, show how a current NFL.com writer (with childish fudge Sunday references), masquerading as a serious NFL reporter, will validate what Don Wassall has been saying/writing for several years regarding Pro Football Focus' player ratings?

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    FA safety George Iloka inks deal with Vikings

    By Kevin Patra

    Iloka started 16 games for the Bengals last season, compiling 80 tackles, five passes defended and one pick. Pro Football Focus graded 2017 as Iloka's best season, and the safety allowed only a 68.4 passer rating against last year.

    The addition of Iloka thrusts into question the future of incumbent strong safety Andrew Sendejo in Minnesota.

    Bringing in Iloka upgrades an already stout Zimmer defense that has no visible weakness. Adding a starting safety of Iloka's caliber to a stud defense that already boasts Pro Bowlers at every level is akin to tossing bits of Oreo cookie into your double-chocolate fudge Sunday that is already topped with sprinkles, chocolate chips, candied nuts, whipped cream, and four cherries.


    Full Article: http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000950092/article/fa-safety-george-iloka-inks-deal-with-vikings
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    The article, by apparent an DWF, was posted 3 weeks ago. After reading it, one would've believed Sendejo's days with the Vikings would soon be over. A "super hero", with a Nigerian surname , released by the crappy Bengals, was going to come in and finish off Sendejo's career as a starter. Would Sendejo even stick around as a special teams mascot after the "super hero" arrived?

    But one has to wonder about Pro Football Focus' player ratings, which Don Wassall has often claimed are used by Weenieworld and others to disparage rare white starters on defense. Don is right, I believe.

    Forget the Vikings, if Iloka is really as good as Pro Football Focus claims, why did the Bengals cut him in mid-August?

    Shouldn't he be an entrenched starter? He's Nigerian, not white, why would he be unfairly devalued by Marvin X and his crew?

    Also, if he was as good as Pro Football Focus claims why couldn't Cincy even get a conditional 7th round pick for him?



    In sum, hopefully Sendejo stays healthy and continues to start, as he's more than deserving.
     
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  12. La France Blanche

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    Thanks for the thread. The one thing I like to see above all else in football is Whites on defense. Sadly, there's been a massive purge of Whites from those positions even as things have gotten slightly better with White WRs.
     
  13. Deceptive Speed

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    I second that!
     
  14. Truthteller

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    Just for the sake of educating lurkers or those new to this site, I think what Don means by the "Caste system" is certain positions are pretty much off limits to whites. Some in actual NFL circles and FBS football (college) frequently refer to this as "stacking". Even Tony Dungy, who once featured Mike Alstott and a Pro Bowl safety on his Bucs team in the 1990's, acknowledged "stacking" does happen in football.

    "Stacking" is basically pushing players to certain positions, coming out of high school by race:

    Got a black and a white that are both 6'5", 260 pounds and have similar skills and athletic ability. White kids bulks up and goes to offensive tackle but is rarely allowed at defensive end at a FCS power; black kid goes to defensive end, but will still be able to play offensive tackle.

    Got a black and a white that are both 6'2", 275 pounds and have similar skills and athletic ability. White kids goes to offensive guard or center 95% of the time; black kid goes to defensive tackle, but can still be utilized as a guard.

    Got a black and a white that are both 6'3", 245 pounds and have similar skills and athletic ability. White kids goes to only tight end 75% (or more) of the time; black kid goes to defensive end or outside linebacker, but will easily be allowed at tight end.

    Got a black and a white that are both 5' 11", 195 pounds and have similar skills and athletic ability. White kids goes to only quarterback most of the time; black kid goes to tailback or wide receiver, but will be allowed at quarterback.



    So, in summation, college "stacking" leads to an NFL "Caste system" Which allows whites to start freely at quarterback, all five offensive line spots, tight end and fullback, which has been pretty much phased out or severely devalued by most NFL teams....all other position, tailback, wide receiver and all 11 defensive spots are, for the most part, off-limits to whites or severely restricted.

    Many NFL teams are perfect "Caste teams", with a white QB, TE and FB and an all (or mostly) white offensive line, but almost no impactful whites at the "forbidden spots" of WR, RB or any of the 11 defensive spots. Current examples include Detroit, Tennessee, Atlanta, Cleveland, Indianapolis and even K.C. and Arizona in recent years.

    LaFB, I'm sure you and most of the other posters here know that. But, again, I just wanted to give a quick "Caste system 101" tutorial to the newbies and lurkers, who are wondering.
     
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  15. Don Wassall

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    Stacking, or as some call it racial slotting. It starts at the Pop Warner level and continues at every subsequent level. High schools that have predominantly White student bodies will have Whites at the verboten positions, and many excel but rarely get college scholarships. We've documented that roughly half of the leading high school rushers in the 50 states each year are White, and then of course they disappear at the next level.

    The media's role in the Caste System in perpetuating negative White stereotypes and promoting the Big Lie of black athletic superiority can never be underestimated. The so-called scouting services also play a huge role when it comes to football. Even at the positions Whites are still allowed to play, they have to compete against blacks who are often their lessers physically (and mentally). With very few exceptions there's no easy path for a White football player.

    The Caste System applies to all sports, not just football, and is essential in understanding the bigger picture -- namely the methodical marginalization and replacement of Whites in U.S. society.

    This 2008 article by J. B. Cash, which was also printed by The Occidental Quarterly, is still an excellent primer on the Caste System in sports: http://www.castefootball.us/index.php?threads/the-racial-caste-system-in-sports.8644/
     
  16. Truthteller

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    Thanks for reply, Don. I don't knew, I just thought it was a good time to give a quick "Caste system 101" tutorial. Glad you came in with more info and expanded it. As I'm sure there are always more newbies and lurkers wondering what the heck does the "Caste System" even mean?

    Couple real quick points:

    One of the saddest parts of the "Caste System" is we'll never actually know who the great white tailbacks and receivers could have been? In the 1990's SI had an article regarding this topic and ex-Packers GM believed most of the top white receivers were actually playing soccer. I do not believe that. I think baseball and lacrosse pick off more potential white receivers, safeties and linebackers. My guess is hockey will also start getting more as the NHL has seen an uptick in talent from southern and western states.

    Example, earlier in this decade both the New York Mets and New York Yankees called up prospects that had broken Len Dale White's state of Colorado rushing records. For the Yankees it was a little used infielder named Kevin Russo, who only played in a handful of MLB games.

    For the Mets it was a better prospect, Kirk Nieuwenhuis. He was an excellent outfielder and base runner. Great athlete, had light tower power. Was even the first Met to hit 3 HR's in a game in Queens (vs. Arizona). But too many strikeouts and the inability to hit the curve ball caught up with him. After several years in the majors and longer stints in the minors, he was released by Tacoma (AAA) last month at 31?

    Looking back, football was probably Nieuwenhuis' and Russo's better sport, but as running backs, the door was likely closed early to both?

    These are just a few examples, I'm sure there are 1,ooo's more who were good enough to play in the NFL, but never even played a down of college football, because they chose other sports or stopped competing altogether.

    Don't forget, J..J Watt, I believe, began his career as a 4th string tight end at Central Michigan, then walked on at Wisconsin. No one wanted him out of high school. He could've easily walked away from the sport, frustrated, well before he even played a down of college football.


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    Also, looking back I always felt Bill Parcells was the first high profile NFL coach to fully embrace the Caste System with the New York Giants. All-white offensive line. Star white quarterback and tight end; but mostly black defenses....I remember how he used to dub his all-white O-Line the "Suburbanites" due to their skin color. I believe the caste-stooge was mocking them at the time due to their "white privilege", I suppose?

    Anyone disagree and remember a coach prior to Parcells fielding such Caste teams?
     
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  17. La France Blanche

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    That's another good point about the OL; after doing and reading the NFL team write-ups it seems like offensive lines are very white this year even as other positions keep getting darker and darker. It's nice that there aren't any all-sumo lines but YT is being pushed out of the "glory" positions harder than ever.
     
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    Stacking/Racial slotting is a huge problem. And Truth is correct baseball, and the white killing sport I call lacrosse peel off potential white football players. Lacrosse serves no purpose in my eyes. An out of sight out of mind sport it essentially has zero national visibility and it just subtracts whites from the overall formula in sports that matter.

    Sports like soccer probably not as much since soccer players are generally smaller than your average football player but there is still some peeling going on there as well as perhaps wrestling a very popular sport with white High School athletes.

    If a player can make it in baseball I am all for it. But that is a big if. The catalogue of white baseball speedsters over the past 30 plus years who have never managed to get out of the minor leagues is stunning. Again out of sight out of mind and at the end of the day for anti caste purposes it would have been better off if they played college football. There at least they have a chance of being seen.

    I have often said whites are taught not to run and while that sounds a bit silly there is a lot of truth to it. From the external grinding down of young white athletes over the years their expectations are usually boxed in as they perceive the great truth to be that only black kids are fast and athletic. The negatives for young budding white athletes are reinforced to the point of breaking point as it endlessly spirals down without relief. I want to go back to an era where whites can run freely and confidently which will help fight off the caste system. This won't be easy as the slotting starts very early on but the more white athletes like say RB Christian McCaffrey emerge the better the climate for much needed changes.

    One other new and developing point. A lot of these young white athletes have twitter accounts and often post their achievements. I have seen white speedsters proudly post their fast workout times in the 40 yard dash for football or 60 yard dash for baseball. This is encouraging. I want to see white athletes take pride in their speed and hopefully turn the tide and get back to where young white athletes can start running again so to speak.
     
  19. backrow

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    Agreed with you on Lacrosse, in that context. Is there even a pro league?
     
  20. FootballDad

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    While Lacrosse is a tough sport, it's totally invisible. If you bring it up to people on the street they will give you a perplexed look. To most people when it's mentioned things like Polo on horseback played by rich white kids come to mind. So yes, although it's a nice sport, it does nothing for us.
     
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    I’ll give some insight into lacrosse since I played throughout high school and my freshman year of college. Most of the star lacrosse players usually also play football and are very good at both. There is a pro league for lacrosse and it’s very entertaining but they aren’t paid much and most work other jobs during the off-season. For a lot of the schools on the east coast lacrosse is bigger than football and that’s why a lot of the star lacrosse players from the east coast choose to go that route instead of football, also their chances of success are much higher in lacrosse than football (not when it comes to money though). I’ve noticed now lots of black kids are playing lacrosse and are good at it, most of them also play football too. Lacrosse and football go hand in hand for a lot of athletes because they are in opposite seasons and have a lot of sinilar characteristics when it comes to footwork, athleticism, and IQ.
     
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    Another thing that factors into it is motivation and outside influences. There were a lot of very talented white athletes at my high school and schools we played who either decided not to play college football or who started getting into partying and doing drugs and stuff and fell out of sports after high school. Lots of guys start playing young and are on the same teams with their friends up until they graduate and are really good by the time they are in high school but no longer enjoy the sport as much when they aren’t with all the guys they grew up with. Lots of the guys I graduated with went to play in college and gave it up after a year or 2 to transfer to a bigger university and be a normal student. I’ve noticed at Texas Tech from playing intramurals that there are lots of guys who were star football players in high school who just had no interest in playing college ball but definitely have the skills to do so.
     
  23. RTTAS

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    Week Two Snap Counts

    Baltimore: Ricard 5 (7%), Weddle 76 (100%), Urban 51 (67%). Total: 132
    Cincinnati: Vigil 85 (100%), Glasgow 28 (33%), Fejedelem 16 (19%), Hubbard 50 (59%). Total: 179

    Kansas City: None
    Pittsburgh: Watt 53 (91%), Chickillo 10 (17%). Total: 63

    Houston: Watt 59 (100%). Total: 59
    Tennessee: Compton 24 (36%). Total: 24

    Miami: Alonso 65 (100%), Allen 7 (11%). Total: 72
    NY Jets: Anderson 29 (48%). Total: 29

    Cleveland: Schobert 66 (100%), Zettel 9 (14%). Total: 75
    New Orleans: Klein 48 (77%), Anzalone 23 (37%), Loewen 4 (6%). Total: 75

    Minnesota: Sendejo 77 (100%), Smith 77 (100%), Gedeon 6 (8%). Total: 160
    Green Bay: Martinez 73 (100%), Matthews 56 (77%), Lowry 18 (25%), Fackrell 13 (18%). Total: 160

    Indianapolis: Hunt 67 (91%). Total: 67
    Washington: Kerrigan 50 (82%), Ioannidis 37 (61%), Vigil 1 (2%). Total: 88

    Philadelphia: Long 25 (43%), Gerry 4 (7%). Total: 29 (no wonder Fitzpatrick passed all over them)
    Tampa Bay: Conte 43 (54%), Nassib 34 (43%), Allen 20 (25%). Total: 97 (Conte knee injury mid-game)

    Buffalo: Williams 43 (75%), Milano 42 (74%), Murphy 38 (67%), Phillips 19 (33%). Total: 142
    LA Chargers: Emanuel 17 (27%). Total: 17 (will be a much better unit when Bosa is back)

    Atlanta: Reed 32 (48%). Total: 32
    Carolina: Kuechly 63 (100%), Mayo 27 (43%), Jones 6 (10%). Total: 96

    Detroit: None
    San Francisco: Marsh 54 (70%). Total: 54 (Coyle out due to concussion. 57 points put up between the two teams)

    Arizona: None
    LA Rams: Longacre 20 (44%), Hager 10 (22%), Lawler 1 (2%). Total: 31 (NFC West are still bums defensively)

    Jacksonville: Bryan 16 (26%). Total: 16
    New England: Ebner 1 (1%). Total: 1

    Denver: Wolfe 48 (74%), Gotsis 28 (43%), Jewell 13 (20%). Total: 89
    Oakland: None (to the surprise of nobody)

    Dallas: Heath 67 (99%), Lee 41 (60%), Vander Esch 28 (41%). Total: 136 (Lee hamstring injury mid-game)
    NY Giants: Barwin 36 (68%). Total: 36

    Chicago: tba
    Seattle: tba
     
  24. Don Wassall

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    Interesting data, helps me out for fantasy football as well.

    Note: Brock Coyle of SF is on IR, eligible to return. He has a C4 compression fracture in his back, sounds painful whatever that is.
     
  25. Truthteller

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    Our Kosher friends over at Weenie world have posted rankings of the top Street Free Agents. No surprise, they are virulently anti-white. Not many "goys' are listed at each position and most are ranked very low.

    Some of their top ranked crackers are clearly retired (James Laurinaitis and A.J. Hawk) .... One additional and important note: These are the only whites I recognized by name, might be some more listed low?



    64 Defensive End's listed. The Italian "goy" and Larsen rank 63rd & 64th, respectively, at Weenie World.


    John Simon

    Brian Robison

    Karl Klug

    Joe Kruger

    Dan Pettinato

    B.J. Larsen



    1o3 Defensive Tackles & Nose Tackles listed



    Markus Kuhn (German national)

    Louis Trinca-Pasat

    Christian LaCouture

    Matt Conrath

    Cameron Botticelli

    Chris Neild (Good player for Washington, but long gone due to injuries...why is he on the list?)



    284 Linebackers ranked by the Weiner's! Might be 4 or 5 more whites I can't confirm -- don't have time to search each.


    James Laurinaitis

    Scooby Wright

    Tank Carder

    Max Bullough

    Riley Bullough (Briefly starting tailback at Michigan State)

    Richie Brown

    Garret Dooley

    Dillon Lee

    Justin Currie

    Adam Bighill (Ex-CFL Star; returned to Canada this year)

    Don Cherry (Was great in preseason's for Philly)

    Connor Harris

    Glenn Carson

    Lucas Wacha (Brother of MLB pitching star; playing in CFL)

    Dan Skuta

    Michael Mauti

    Jake Ganus

    Shea McClellin (Retired due to concussion's?)

    James Cowser (Anthem Kneeler/Stockholm Syndrome sufferer?)

    Bjoern Werner (German national/Modern day Mamula to young DWF's)

    Joel Lanning

    Frank Ginda

    Mark Herzlich

    Greer Martini

    Calvin Munson

    Frank Zombo

    Dylan Donahue

    Tyler Starr

    Brady Sheldon

    Cameron Lawrence



    185 safeties ranked. All whites ranked low...0/54 CB's ranked appear to be white.


    Landon Feichter

    Nate Holley

    Cooper Taylor

    Micah Hannemann (Brother has played Major League Baseball)

    Vinnie Sunseri

    Ray Vinopal

    Brian Blechen

    Dallin Leavitt

    Jordan Simone

    Anthony Cioffi (CFL starter at LB, despite CB speed?)

    Michael Caputo
     

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