2019 NFL Divisional Playoffs

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  1. Leonardfan

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    The only issue with the soft coverage is the misleading numbers Jackson put up. Those will be spun in positive light but everything we have said about playing the ravens came to fruition tonight. Credit to Vrabel who has outcoached Bellichek and Haurbaugh In back to back weeks.
     
  2. Don Wassall

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    This day couldn't have gone any better. I like the Vikings but the 49ers have been the best team in the NFC and are as relatively "white friendly" as Minny, esp. if Trent Taylor wasn't injured (again).
     
  3. Extra Point

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    I think San Francisco has to be the favorite to win it all at this point.
     
  4. Leonardfan

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    I won’t be watching the afc championship game tomorrow - I’ll let footballdad give us updates of his ******* man ;)

    Hopefully the Packers are able to stave off Pete’s plantation.
     
  5. Riggins44

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    Beautiful outcome. So glad for Tannehill and the whole Tenn team. Henry is a beast.

    Tenn could win the Super Bowl. That sounds weird to say, but they could. Very strong defense and run game, and Tannehill doesn't make many big mistakes. They have plenty of confidence now after beating New England and Baltimore.
     
  6. Extra Point

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    Jackson had over 500 yards rushing and passing. This is somewhat misleading because he had a high number of passes and his passing performance overall wasn't good.
     
  7. Don Wassall

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    Nobody is going to say Jackson had a good game.
     
  8. Westside

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    Now, GB and KC to win tomorrow to remove the "new revolutionary type QBs" from contention. I believe KC will route the Blaxatians and GB will hold on to win against the Wilson majic.
     
  9. Leonardfan

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    I am sure weenieworld and the undefeated will try to polish the turd of a performance.
     
  10. Don Wassall

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    I've been following Mike Vrabel since he was a stud defensive end for Ohio State in the mid-1990s. He was drafted by Pittsburgh in the third round in '97 but was royally screwed by Bill Cowher, the closest thing to a wigger the NFL has ever had as a head coach.

    When he signed with New England as a free agent in '01, just as the Patriots' dynasty began, Vrabel thrived and had a distinguished career. He reminds me of Mike Ditka, another tough as nails Eastern European alpha man. After this season he'll be firmly in control of the Titans. If Adam Humphries hadn't been injured they would be a little less Caste looking in the playoffs. Hopefully next season they keep Humphries and add one or two White starters to get up to seven or so, which would make them one of the better teams to root for, especially in the AFC.
     
  11. La France Blanche

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    The Titans are a true Cinderella team now after beating the Patriots and the Ravens. They've really flipped the script. No Eraserhead and his bruthas winning da Supah Bowl and grandstanding by refusing to visit the White House, which is what our enemies wanted. Niners-Titans Super Bowl with the Niners winning is our best bet now.

    Tomorrow, I will temporarily become a Texans fan, as they will be easier for the Titans to beat in the AFC Championship Game.
     
  12. BeyondFedUp

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    I wonder how long it will take the media to put the Baltimore loss on coaching and avoid any criticisms of Jackson.
     
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    Maybe this is premature, but it’s possible that Lamar Jackson has already peaked this year at the ripe old age of 23 years and 4 days. As a speedy runner he’s basically slowly declining with every hard tackle he absorbs. Therefore, in order to stay at his level or get better he’ll have to make up all the difference as a pocket passer. Our kosher and cucked pals in the media wholeheartedly believe that Jackson will improve as a passer but we realize he’s limited mentally and physically. Based on his verbal talents, his IQ is typical of your average street negro. Couple that with a scattershot arm which is mediocre and really he’s a run for a 1,000 yards or bust kinda guy. I’ll bet his future is more RGIII than Russell Wilson.
     
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    I think they go around .500 next year. There's still plenty of bad defenses out there
     
  15. Don Wassall

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    Jackson is a very fast and decisive runner and isn't that bad a passer, he could have a few more big years if he avoids injury, but he's definitely not built for the long haul
     
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    Jackson is one significant injury from being RG3 2.0.
     
  17. white lightning

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    What a day for the Titans. Ryan Tannenill should be happy that Miami gave up on him way too soon. It's always the case with white athletes. Either exel instantly or they give up on you. Meanwhile countless other qbs around the league get chance after chance no matter how bad they are.
     
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    It would be nice to have the general population see the Titans as heroic David and the Ravens as evil Goliath. Personally, I couldn't stand the hype the Ravens were getting all season long, and I know others felt that way too, even people with DWF membership cards.
     
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    I was getting tired of Tannehill spinning his wheels in Miami. It looked like he would be finishing out his career as a back-up at best if not gone altogether.

    Just shows what a change of scenery can do sometimes.
     
  20. BeyondFedUp

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    If Tannehill wins the next game and plays in the Super Bowl, he will be playing it in Miami. How ironic is that?!
     
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    Sure would be nice to see Adam Humphries’ ankle heal up this week so he can play in the AFC Championship game.......
     
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    Weenieworld still hasn't published their squib on Jackson, it's probably being hotly debated how best to polish the turd
     
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    I’m really happy for Tannehill as well. As others have said (Don maybe?), he’s been the best surprise this year next the CMac going for a thousand-thousand. However, assuming the Chiefs win tomorrow, do we really prefer them to KC? Outside of Tannehill they are totally Caste with Humphries hurt. At least with KC we have a record setting TE (Kelse topped a thousand yards for 3 straight seasons), 2 White defenders who feature and a snow plow. ******* Man isn’t White, but I can tolerate him as he plays White and acts White (for the most part). KC losing in the Super Bowl to either SF or Green Bay is my preferred outcome.
     
  24. Don Wassall

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    I love the way Tennessee has turned it on since Tannehill took over. It's been a team effort on both sides of the ball for sure, but Tannehill rising from the dead (from the perspective of the anti-White media) to lead his team to the Super Bowl (if he does) to me is one of the coolest stories of the past generation. All the hate directed his way, as has been the case with so many White QBs, for him to reach the Super Bowl even if they don't win it is very very satisfying.
     
  25. BeyondFedUp

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    Hey FreeThinker, I get what you are saying team-wise. However, I think with the caste system in place and all the talk from the media heads about the changing guard at quarterback in the NFL, I think it would be better if Tannehill led the Titans to the Super Bowl. I like Kelce and I like the Chiefs basically overall but the gushing and the drooling over Mahomes is off the charts and would be terrible leading up to kickoff of the Super Bowl, and I can imagine how horrible it would be if he led the Chiefs to their first ever Super Bowl title.
     

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