2019 NFL Conference Championships

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  1. Don Wassall

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    Which is exactly what Weenieworld did (see post 197). The narrative lost, and the reaction is as predictable as the sun rising tomorrow.
     
  2. Don Wassall

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    I think Sorensen will still be a starter next season despite the objections of DWFs and portions of the media. Andy Reid has stuck by him the past couple seasons, which is what counts. He was hurt for a good portion of this season but stepped right back into his starting role when he was finally healthy. Maybe both being Mormon works in Sorensen's favor as well, it certainly doesn't hurt.
     
  3. PHillisFan

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    PFT isn’t far behind!
     
  4. PHillisFan

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    Kellerman actually said Mahomes was better than Luck and Rodgers. I have a feeling that if Mahomes ever auctions his headband, Kellerman will fork up the money to buy it.
     
  5. Truthteller

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    I implore our Kosher friends over at Weenieworld, as well as Max Kellerman, Nick Wright and other assorted DWF's and cucks not to despair. There is a bright spot from tonight's stunning loss: They will not have to wait two weeks to watch their beloved Kalergi Man play his final game of the 2018 season. No, Kalergi Man will be the AFC's starting quarterback in the Pro Bowl next week! Hooray, now they can all assemble with dozens of their best chums at their local JCC, munching on bagels, Philly Cream Cheese and Doritos to watch their favorite Kalergi Man pick apart defenses playing at half-speed. My guess is Kalergi Man will put on quite a show! Never thought I'd say this, but I'm also happy Kalergi Man will be playing in Orlando next week.

    Also, I agree that Romo and Nanz did a great job tonight. Tony stayed away from the excess frivolity and he was at his best. Phil Simms, not so much? The politically correct super-cuck, who refused to ever say "Redskins" on the air several years ago, said Kalergi Man has the chance to be the best ever! I remember quite vividly how ESPN's Ron Jaworski once said fellow Kalergi (Colin Kapernick) "had the chance to be the best ever", after a playoff game against the Packers about 6 years ago? Polish Rifle, how did that prediction work out?

    By the way, I'm not sure how old the Lonsman over at Weenieworld are, but the Chiefs' Kalergi Man is nothing new. Remember Dan Marino, circa 1984, who put up very similar, eye-popping stats and brought the Dolphins to their last Super Bowl? And Dano did it with a very mediocre running game and journeymen tight ends. Marino said after that Super Bowl loss he figured he'd go back almost every year. How did that play out? Perhaps Weenieworlders should not assume Kalergi Man will lead Kansas City to the next 15 Super Bowls, just yet.


    P.S.: Next week's Pro Bowl is shaping up to be quite watchable. T.J. Watt, Kyle Williams, Leighton Vander Esch and assorted other Caste favorites at quarterback and on the offensive line have been added to the roster. Hopefully J.J. Watt will not opt out due to injury and Christian McCaffrey has a chance to added. Adam Theilen has also been bumped up to starter and two white safties.....Compared to your average, current NFL rosters, the Pro Bowl rosters look like a Klan rally.
     
  6. sprintstar

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    I thought Sorensen played very well, absolutely hammered Edelman with a hit, Edelman was a touch slow getting up after the hit. I think Develin played a great game, hammering as lead blocker all game and even catching a pass on a wheel route for a first down! #55 for KC lines up offside(not even close) on a play where they had stopped NE cold, game changer. I think Mahomes played fairly well and seems to make the NE defense panic more than a few times when he moved outside the pocket. I think Brady had a few bonehead plays but played well 98% of the game. Burkhead was lights out showing great acceleration, power and ability to cut quickly as his stats tonight showed. In both games I felt the refs were for the most part good except the interference non cal against LA costing NO the game imho.
     
  7. ramicackle

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    What about the no call on the pick play that KC got a big gain on? Or the phantom roughing the passer that gave NE 15 free yards? They offset, but the refs kinda stunk today.
     
  8. CrazyFinn

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    It was especially satisfying when a white RB stuffed it down the throats of those black defenders not once but twice, including the game winning TD in overtime. That, plus all the clutch catches by Edelman, Gronk, and Hogan must have triggered an army of Patriots haters and other anti-white vermin. But they must finish the job in two weeks, now that Trump has congratulated them, they’re officially enemy #1, as if they weren’t already. One more FU moment is needed to all the leftist scum out there, just like they did against Atlanta two years ago.

    It’s the same core offensive unit from last year, except Edelman replaces Amendola. We had three white pass catchers with 100 yards receiving, no reason why a similar output can’t happen again. Plus Burkehead is healthier and definitely part of the game plan.

    Lastly, I don’t like this overtime coin toss rule. It worked in the Pats favor today, but they could just as easily have lost the toss with Brady never seeing the ball. Each team should get one possession, and if tied after that, next score wins.
     
  9. foreverfree

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    No coin toss in ot, CrazyFinn? Well then which team should get the ball first?
     
  10. BeyondFedUp

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    Absolutely right on target! There is a major "Panties in Wad Alert!" going on at Leftist hole WeenieWorld to no end that is certainly indicative of those you speak of. It was a joy to see the game with Whites dominating in Prime Time in the national spotlight in the faces of untold millions of anti-White DWFs.
     
  11. Awake in America

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    Let's just reflect on what happened at the end of that game. Sure, the DWF types and their kosher enablers have been burned by Brady, Gronk, and Edelman before. The indignity of having Rex Burkhead run it down their throats at the end is just too much. The last three plays of the game were a white running back ending the season for the Mulatto Messiah. I didn't think we would ever see something like that.
     
  12. backrow

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    You know it's good when @Don Wassall uses not one but three emojis!

    I was stoked to see the top two highlights on NFL.com being "Every clutch catch by Edelman and Gronkowski" and "Daniel Sorensen top plays" (of which there were MANY! Tackle for loss, PD, wrapped tackles on Gronk and his huge INT). Right below one can watch not one but two videos of Rex ramming the ball in. What a game!
     
  13. Thrashen

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    Happy MLK Day!

    Here is NE’s entire OT drive. No black players gained a yard on their final 2 TD drives...


    Burkhead’s game-winner...


    Hogan’s one-handed catch...


    Gronk’s catch...


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  14. Riggins44

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    How true!

    The anguish and misery of the anti-white vermin is absolutely wonderful.
     
  15. Red raider

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    As much as I like Mahomes, I’m a lifelong patriots fan and couldn’t have been happier with the outcome. All of our guys SHOWED OUT last night, what a game!! I looked up Daniel Sorensen on twitter and so many people were tweeting things like “Daniel Sorensen is the worst safety in the NFL.” These people are so stupid, Sorensen was one of the lone bright spots of the KC defense last night, sure he was out of position on quite a few passes but I’d like to see these people try to cover Julian Edelman and Gronk. As far as the rams I can’t really say I like much about them, if Kupp was healthy it would be a little different story. Goff is a good QB and Higbee is a reliable TE.
     
  16. PHillisFan

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    Ok so the dwf's are either crying about the OT rules or Dee Ford lining up offsides.

    So on that same play Brady throws to Gronk and it gets tipped into a defender that somehow loses the ball out of bounds, let's say Ford does not line up offsides, is the bobbled "interception" not ruled incomplete either way? It did not look like the defender had control of interception as he ended up bobbling it out of bounce. Did anyone else catch this?
     
  17. PHillisFan

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    From the PFT comments. One of ours? 137 likes compared to 184 dwf dislikes is not bad! I expected worse!
     
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    Thanks for posting the game winning drive, just glorious.

    And I do believe the cucks at Nebraska wanted to phase Rex out for a real running back Abdullah, how did that work out?
     
  19. Thrashen

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    ESPN’s resident Trump-bashing, Kaepernick-loving, bi-polar negro, Michael Wilbon, was rage-tweeting negative comments towards the Patriots last night, calling them cheaters, suggestion the gane was fixed, etc. This one was particularly ironic...

    “So delicious that Edelman, smug as he can be, stands to be the goat of this game if....(Big if though)”

    https://twitter.com/realmikewilbon/status/1087172121053315073?s=21

    How is Edelman “smug?” A former college QB and 7th round draft pick who worked his way up from punt returner to being the #1 WR on two NE teams that won the SB (with a third chance in two weeks) is “smug?”

    I wonder how “delicious” it tasted after for Black Supremacist Wilbon when Edelman overcame his blunders and cucked the Chiefs defense over and over when the hour was late and it mattered most? He’ll probably accuse him of “racial appropriation” of the WR position.

    Wilbon, a devout “anti-racist,” has admitted numerous times on ESPN’s “PTI” that he uses the n-word every single day.

    “Tony, my Jewish brutha, can you beleeve dem wite boyz on dat Patriotz dun wun againn?”
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  20. Heretic

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    Glad you brought that up. I was going to mention something similar. Abdullah was the one that one going to have success at the next level, not Burkhead, according to Husker DWF Nation. It's a shame Rex had that hamstring injury during his Senior season which limited his production, otherwise he would've gone over 1000 yards again. As a Junior, he had 1357 rushing yards and 1534 total yards from scrimmage. He was really underrated. I'm happy for him.
     
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    Because he quietly displays elements of pride while he's simultaneously making clutch plays against their precious affletes week after week, season after season, without some ridiculous tribal dance.

    Also, of course, simply because he's White (regardless of his last time, especially considering how DWFs view him). In addition, it's the same reason why the (((media))) and leftists consider the White kid that smiled at that Marxist Indian as being "smug" and "having a punchable face.". They hate the quiet reserve, self control and stoicism of Whites.
     
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  22. Kaptain

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    And (((Max Kellerman))) stays true to form on First take today bashing the play of Brady, Brees, and even Goff (calling him lucky) while heaping praise on Mahomes. Sure Mahomes threw for 3 tds to Brady's 1 but Brady had 30 completions to Mahomes 16 and 348 yards to Mahomes 290-something. All Kellerman could talk about was how Mahomes outplayed Brady.
     
  23. Thrashen

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    Today, Shannon Sharpe said something on the Fox Sport 1 show “Undisputed” that was really out of character for him.

    Referring to Brady, he mumbled: “I don’t think we give his supporting cast enough credit. When we look at Hogan and Edelman...they’re not Julio, they’re not Antonio Brown, they’re not this guy or that guy. But you tell me in the crunch, they don’t make plays like those guys? I’m not so sure in that moment if I’d want anybody else other than those guys because they’ve been in that moment so many times before.”



    It was a backhanded compliment where he’s essentially saying that while they may not be real (black) receivers, they happen to be on the best team and thus have lots of playoff experience. But it was nice that he at least gave them a little credit.

    Kellerwoman also said numerous times during today’s broadcast that Brady was “lucky.” He mentioned the coin toss going their way, he mentioned that Hogan didn’t actually make the one-handed catch on 3rd down, that Edelman fumbled the punt, and the late INT that got called back, etc.
     
  24. Truthteller

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    Daniel Sorensen has shown in NFL game action he is the prototypical NFL strong safety with size, athleticism, toughness and intellect. Yesterday's performance, on a big stage, should absolutely confirm that. Even though he only ran in the mid 4.6 area at the Combine, he was stellar in other drills and had a great career at BYU. So much so, that I remember uber Caste-cuck Gil Brandt projecting Daniel as at least a 4th round pick. Obviously he was not drafted. Reality is, there are only 64 starting safety spots in NFL. And the only way a white safety can really gain respect from the gay little sheep we refer to as the DWF's is for them to make at least 2 or 3 Pro Bowls. Anything short of that is not good enough. And for Eric Weddle, even all his Pro Bowls might not even satisfy the DWF's as he's been deemed "too old". Hence the incredible fan hatred for goys like Chris Conte, Jeff Heath and Sorenson that have never made the Pro Bowl.

    In Conte's case, the Tampa media even documented the irrational hatred towards him in a fairly recent feature story*. In a way, you can't blame the DWF's as they are not deep thinkers and are only acting the way the "chosen people" in media want them to act. They are good little sheep. Another factor, that is far too often lost here at Caste football, is the incredible hate white athletes get from rabidly anti-white African Americans on various message boards or on social media sites. I used to help run some DWF team fan sites last decade with message boards and I could not even believe how hostile the non-whites (mostly blacks) were toward any white athletes, except for the kickers, punters or long snappers. And it's surprising how many of them post at sites devoted to sports. If whites had anywhere close to the racial pride blacks possess as sports fans, every team in the NBA and NFL would be drawing WNBA type crowds.


    Heretic, problem is, according to a photo Thrashen posted a while back, Rex Burkhead has a beautiful white wife he's been with since high school. So, in addition to being a white at a taboo position, he's an enemy to "our friends" for being a normal heterosexual white male who might one day have as many white children as Phillip Rivers. This is in contrast to the amazing Abdullah, who used to Parade around Lincoln, Nebraska with his fair-haired, track running mud-shark. The Nebraska papers loved to mention and photograph the "power couple" every chance they got. Think of all the little Kalergi's that could come from that pair? And the fast-twitch sharks' male spawn can eventually be star quarterbacks that Weenieworld nerds named Mordecai, Sid and Seth can fawn all over?


    P.S.: I'm sure several posters or lurkers here understood why I refer to Kansas City's quarterback as Kalergi Man in post #206. Although I assume most don't. Here's a link that pretty much explains it all**. Can't find it now, but last year I saw a cartoon rendering of a fictional, mixed race male that was supposed to resemble the future of the human race once the Kalergi Plan was completed. It was amazing how much "the future male" looked like KC's quarterback -- exact skin tone and eye-color! This might explain why the media will fawn over Mahomes much more than they will for Cam Newton or Deshaun Watson. Fellow Kalergi Derek Jeter got similar royal treatment from the media.


    * https://www.tampabay.com/blogs/bucs...-chris-conte-hes-better-than-you-think-he-is/
    ** https://nihongonews.wordpress.com/2018/01/01/kalergi-plan-zionist-world-order/
     
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  25. Don Wassall

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    Abdullah, among other RBs, was also used by the Lions to hold back Zach Zenner. During his rookie preseason Abdullah had a couple nice runs and the media and DWFs reacted as if he was the second coming of Barry Sanders. Turns out he sucked big-time but still got chance after chance to realize his non-existent upside. I posted a few years back how he hadn't broken a long run all season for the Lions even though that was supposed to be his specialty as he's pretty small yet he was still held up as an elusive speedster by the media and Zenner as nothing but a straight ahead plodder. Abdullah's NFL career best run remains just 36 yards.
     

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