2019 NFL Draft

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  1. Red raider

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    Blake Cashman still available too, would’ve be surprised to see him taken early tomorrow
     
  2. Leonardfan

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    We SHOULD see a busy day three tomorrow for rounds 4-7. More white players should of went today than were drafted which is the case every year. Just looking at all of the productive white defenders still available is proof of the caste system.

    Here are the best shots to get picked tomorrow:

    QB
    Clayton Thorson
    Brett Rypien
    Jarret Stidham
    Easton Stick
    Ryan Finley
    Gardner Minshew
    Jacob Dolegala
    Trace McSorely **position change
    Nick Fitzgerald **position change
    Eric Dungey
    Kyle Shurmur

    RB/FB
    Alec Ingold
    Patrick Laird
    AJ Oulette
    Sam McPherson

    WR
    Davils Sills
    Hunter Renfrow
    Cody Thompson
    Michael Walker
    Jesper Horsted
    Brody Oliver
    Scott Miller
    Alex Bachman



    TE
    Dax Raymond
    Kaden Smith
    Isaac Nauta
    Andrew Beck
    Foster Moreau
    Zach Gentry
    Tommy Sweeney
    C.J. Conrad


    OT
    David Edwards
    Ryan Bates
    Mitch Hyatt
    Tyler Roemer
    Jackson Barton
    Paul Adams


    OG
    Ben Powers
    Connor McGovern
    Ben Powers
    Drew FOrbers
    Hjalte Froholdt
    Nate Herbig
    Alex Barts
    Zack Bailey


    C
    Ross Pierschbacher
    Nick Allegretti
    Jesse Burkett

    DE/Edge
    Anthony Nelson
    Maxx Crosby
    Porter Gustin
    Sutton Smith
    Andrew Van Ginkel
    Parker Hesse


    DT
    John Cominsky
    Greg Gaines
    Ray Smith
    Matt Nelson
    Ryan Bess


    LB
    Blake Cashman
    Ben Burr-Kirven
    Drue Tranquill
    Ryan Connelly
    Cameron Smith
    Cole Holcombe
    Ty Summers
    Chase Hansen
    Joe Dineen
    Joey Alfieri
    Tevis Bartlett
    Kyle Rachwal
    Josh Buss
    Connor Stachan


    S
    Andrew Wingard
    Chris Johnson
    Parker Baldwin
    Jacob Thieneman
    Jake Gervase
     
  3. Don Wassall

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    Sills would be a good fit on the Vikings, they have little at receiver after Thielen and Diggs, and they're one of the very few organizations where Sills might not have to serve a racial apprenticeship.
     
  4. ximasa

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    This pick saves my day!
    It also shows Cam Newton's shoulder might get no good news lately.
    A good pick for CMC, now I'm dreaming if Panthers can draft Sills, Sills is good we all know, and he is that type of WR match Cam's throwing style.
     
  5. Heretic

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    McGovern went in 3rd Round
     
  6. Heretic

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    So many from your list should already have been selected...in a fair world; but it's always one way...anti-White.
     
  7. Leonardfan

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    My favorite pick's of the day were seeing Lock to the Broncos and Grier to the Panthers. If Flacco put up with eraserhead last year I think he will really help out Lock while remaining the starting QB. Lock isn't going to be rushed into the starting position and can learn and develop.

    Grier is a more prolific passer than Newton - really love seeing him end up in Carolina. Scam's playing style has taken it's toll and Grier could be the successor sooner rather than later but won't be rushed into the starting position. I do feel Scam will be a hindrance more than a help to Grier.
     
  8. icsept

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    My son plays Fortnite and a “try hard” is a derogatory term for a player with no skill who effs up the game with unorthodox, unskilled, or unethical play.
     
  9. Don Wassall

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    By my count, there were 7 Whites selected in round one, 6 in round two, and 9 in round three. Did I miss anyone?

    Round 1:
    Bosa
    Jones
    Hockenson
    Williams
    Lindstrom
    Bradbury
    McGary

    Round 2:
    Risner
    Lock
    Sample
    Scharping
    Rapp
    Isabella

    Round 3:
    Allen
    Sternberger
    Winovich
    Deiter
    Warring
    Barton
    McGovern
    Grier
    Knox

    That's 22 out of the first 102 picks, or 21.5%.
     
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  10. Red raider

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    I don’t think anyone expected Drew Sample to be picked as early as he did. The only issue I have with white guys getting picked too early is that if they aren’t amazing from the start then the fans hate them. Excited that Sample went this early but not sure if that’s who they should’ve went with with Sternberger still on the board, plus sample was expected to be picked in rounds 5-7.
     
  11. Extra Point

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    You missed OL Kaleb McGary, Atlanta's pick in the first. So that makes 7.
     
  12. Don Wassall

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    Ok, updated it, 7, 6 and 8 taken in the first three rounds for 20.6%.
     
  13. icsept

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    Right on cue...
     
  14. Don Wassall

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    Zach Zenner re-signing with the Lions really ticks me off. He had an ideal situation offered to him if he had signed with the Vikings. As smart a person as he is, like so many Whites he's brain dead when it comes to race and misplaced loyalties.

    Just look at the easy path the Vikings' lumbering third round pick has for significant playing time as a rookie, when it should be Zenner:

    Vikings selected Boise State RB Alexander Mattison with the No. 102 overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.
    Mattison (5’11/221) turned pro after starting for two of his three seasons at Boise, amassing a career 581/2,829/33 (4.9 YPC) rushing line with 60/511/1 (8.5 YPR) receiving. Not an explosive, big-play back, Mattison ran 4.67 at the Combine and didn’t stand out in the three-cone drill (7.13), and just nine of his 302 carries last season gained 15 yards or more (3%). Mattison’s smooth passing-game skills enhance his outlook, but he is a plodding grinder on the ground. With Latavius Murray gone, Mattison will slot in as the top handcuff to Dalvin Cook,
     
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    I missed Dawson Knox too, so that's 9 Whites in the third round for 22 total, 21.5%.
     
  16. Extra Point

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    They could pick up a better running back in Ryan Nall when the Bears cut him.
     
  17. Extra Point

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    The draft on Saturday starts at 12 PM EST.
     
  18. Don Wassall

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    But they won't, that's why Zenner's very poor decision cost him the only chance he'll likely ever have at significant playing time. And if they wanted Nall, they could have signed him at any time from the Bears' practice squad.
     
  19. white lightning

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    Life is all about decisions. Good ones and bad ones. We may not know at the time but these decisions can change our lives for the better or the worse. With out a doubt Zach Zenner and his loyalty made the wrong decision. Even a guy like Jordy Nelson who gave everything to the Packers was sent walking after all those great years. He was just another player to the Packers and he got a very sad and undeserved
    sendoff which led to the end of his career. Zach Zenner would have been a great fit in Minnesota. Oh well. Maybe somehow by chance it will work out for him. We can only hope so.
     
  20. white is right

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    Newton will lose his starting job kicking and screaming and will leave Carolina in a similar fashion that McNabb did in Philly. He is too much of a diva to seriously tutor Grier, it's a coin flip if we ever seen anything close to what Newton was in 15'.
     
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    Isabella going to the Cardinals is a real bummer.
     
  23. Shadowlight

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    "The Wizard of Odd"

    Once upon a time after a horrible string of bad second round picks strong winds picked up. A tornado was coming. I couldn't find shelter and with by dog Dum Dum headed to the caste football house. The tornado lifted the house up into the air and we went spinning. All disoriented we finally crashed down.

    I opened the door and everything was in vivid color. I said to Dum Dum "I don't think we are in Kansas anymore."

    Then he walked up to greet me. Cripes I thought. It is the circus act munchkin Murray. Then he introduced me to his "taller" munchkin friend Andy.

    They were waiving at a giant across the way. I asked "who is that?" They said that is their big buddy Zach Allen.

    Oh really! I thought to myself I am going to like this place after all.

    The end.


    As long as Andy gets to flourish I am now on board. At least the circus act can throw a better deep ball than Lamar flutter ball Jackson.

    Ironies here. Yes this is the team that speedster Ryan Swope stalled in. Perhaps God is making amends. God is also fond of playing jokes on us here at CF. Because it is kind of funny in a painful way. The last team on earth we thought Andy would end up at.

    But if things do work out yes the circus act will be front page but Andy will get some notice just being part of the scene. Blacks will have to root for Andy and Zach Allen because you know they worship the circus act.

    And as barren as Arizona seems as a football town all of this will pick up interest and one other plus. They play on good old grass.

    Enjoyed the posts above as usual. Thumbs up to our Patriots beat writer Thrashen who kept the faith and it paid off. Winovich is a wonderful pick by the Pats. Don also writes extensively about the Patriots so this is a good cheer moment.

    I agree with above posts Grier to the Panthers was ideal for him given Newton's aging and health concerns.

    I too was surprised the Bengals opted for TE Sample. He is a very solid pick but I had four white TEs rated above him.

    So pleased the Packers picked the explosive deep threat TE Sternberger. They finally did something right. And the Bills are filling holes and they have a lot of them. But they nailed it with TE Dawson Knox. A big super fast hyper athletic player. So far the Bills are addressing positions that need help and they are trying to make things better for Josh Allen.

    Today there are at least two other explosive white TEs still on the board, Moreau and Raymond.

    When I watched Utah play I always wondered why fast and rangy LB Cody Barton wasn't being talked up for the NFL. Curious to see if Seattle will put him out there or hide him on special teams. Still don't trust this team but a nice pick.

    There were some really bad black players chosen last night. Some from unknown places. And the usual parade of mediocre black DBs.

    And teams have to be plain stupid to ignore Maxx Crosby. His potential is off the charts.

    So far Don's funny description of the Raider honchos "The Cuck Brothers" has been true.

    Today will really show us what is what. This is more of the "honky" (we hope) portion of the draft. Lots of defensive studs left on the table.

    On pins and needles regarding the WR situation? Can we get to four or even five or will it turn into a disaster?

    And for my fab four (Holcomb, Johnson, Miller and Walker) I'm hoping for a miracle or two.
     
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  24. Shadowlight

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    Wanted to keep this list rolling. Yes it gives you an idea of how many great white players are left for today. Much more white talent left for the third day than usual. Will teams come through?

    The Colts and the Browns so far have been ominous.

    Oh and yes those weird black names continue to get on my nerves and that is the point of them. They are designed to give white people fits.
     
  25. TomIron361

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    It is said that it was the evil White nurses who were the ones who started those names by putting them on the black birth certificates in the hospital. My wife is a nurse and that's what I tell her. She's not amused.
     

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