Don, you are 100% correct. Too often, myself included, we here at Caste Football label various NFL and college teams as "pro White" or "White friendly", when the truth is none have been in the NFL, perhaps dating back to the early 1970's -- i.e. the '72 Miami Dolphins? I suppose sometimes we get a bit lazy and mistakenly refer to teams like the current Vikings, Patriots and Packers as "White friendly", when they are merely just "not as bad" compared to the others. Heck, look at the Vikings and Patriots defense's and try to explain how they are "White friendly" to a racially aware white that doesn't follow sports? They'll look at you like you've lost your mind -- with Sendejo's injury they had 1 white starter out of 22 combined. As far as the Cardinals, they are likely the worst of the worst the last three decades. Early 1990's they had Ricky Proehl, who at one point was the only entrenched white starting wide receiver in the NFL. They also had Michael Zordich, who Terry Hoage replaced. Perhaps the closest the Card's came to being "White friendly" (since they left Missouri) was the latter 1990's/early 2000's teams, coached by Vince Tobin and Dave McGinnis that featured several white defensive starters over a 4 or 5 year period -- Rob Fredrickson, Pat Tillman, Zach Walz, Brad Ottis and a pair of young, ex-Big Ten defensive ends that had brief careers as starters. Offensively they were as Caste as the others, led by Social Justice Warrior Jake Plummer, who threw way too many picks early in his career and cost them a lot of games. As far as the Bidwell's/Bidwill's, they might well be your typical, garden variety Republican cucks, who are far too common these days. But compared to most modern day NFL owners they could be the most Conservative? Either way, I doubt they could change the racial make up of the team, unless they hire a new, "less anti-white" GM -- i.e. Bill Polian type. That isn't happening any time soon. P.S: At some point I should revisit my posts regarding how the draft seemingly permanently changed from 1989 to 1990, with the arrival Paul Taglibue. Briefly, the 1989 draft had 12 white first rounders (plus 2 supplemental first rounder's) and at least 48 whites picked (not counting supplemental first rounders) in the top 4 rounds (112 picks).......1990 draft saw 2 whites in round one, 4 whites in round two and about 23 overall among the top 112. That's quite a drop off in just one year!