2019 NFL Playoffs Wildcard Round

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  1. Don Wassall

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    I don't know man. If karma was dished out in the NFL based on the screwing over of White players, all 32 teams would finish 0-16 every year. Well maybe the Patriots would finish 1-15 and thus win the Super Bowl every year.
     
  2. Riggins44

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    True, true.
     
  3. ramicackle

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    The CF favorite won in all 4 games this weekend. This might not be a coincidence - they may have simply won because they were better.
     
  4. BeyondFedUp

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    Ok, looking ahead to next week the Pats are not going to have an easy time. Good thing they are at home but the Chargers are absolutely coming to play. Pats will have their hands full and I'm concerned about their O-Line in that matchup.
     
  5. Riggins44

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    LAC are a dangerous team, for sure.
     
  6. BeyondFedUp

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    The Chargers final score wasn't as close as it looked. It was 23-3 with under 7 min to play. "Prevent Defense" almost prevented a W. Chargers are for real, same record as KC but not in the conference so they fell to 5. They are dangerous for sure. I'm still pulling for and picking the Pats.
     
  7. white is right

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    Harbaugh has Stockholm Syndrome, similar to Patty Hearst if he believes that "Blank Slate" can be anything more than a serviceable back up. He looked like high school quarterback out there with a pop gun arm and no ability to read the defense.

    If Harbaugh wasn't going to get a multi-million dollar extension to his contract, I would feel sorry for him.
     
  8. ramicackle

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    Ravens' Left Tackle, Ronnie Stanley, was telegraphing the plays to the Chargers with his feet position all game - even up for a run and left foot back for a pass.

    The Chargers used 7 defensive backs for most of the game to stop Jackson. Chargers Defensive Coordinator, Gus Bradley, got the idea from when the Chargers played the Ravens in week 16. To the delight of Bradley and the Chargers, the Ravens didn't change much in their offense since their week 16 meeting. If you play the same team twice in three weeks, you should probably change things up a bit, no?
     
  9. Shadowlight

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    Quick thoughts on the games over the weekend. I'll try and mention stuff that wasn't covered above.

    The Colts are the proverbial caste team. A great QB in Luck who looked down and out for a couple of years, a tough all white OL and a massive DT in Margus Hunt. No white back ups on D either. The white OL makes everything run smoothly as the black skill players get to bask in the glory. Sound familiar? You could beam this team down from 1990 the way it is set up from a caste perspective.

    As for Houston --"we have a problem." The whole team looked flat. Even JJ Watt wasn't enormous but think back people to the combine about five years ago and how Jadaveon Clowney was the next Superman, capable of leaping buildings in a single bound. The girl crush media and drooling dog scouts put the public on notice that this athlete beyond any other was going to seek and destroy NFL offenses. Last time I checked he was on his ass in the end zone after being cremated by a Colts OL on a key short yardage TD play.

    Not saying Clowney is a bad player. He is "pretty" good but nowhere close to the hype he received his draft year. Same goes for the Brown's Myles Garrett.

    And guess what. Anybody care to bet me that this year that there will not be several black athletes who emerge from the combine as the next "god" on earth. With all the schoolgirl crush and drooling one can imagine.

    QB D Watson played poorly. Is he a legitimate NFL QB? I think so. But in my mind he is a clone of Ryan Tannehill. Which means he is OK but not great. He is coming off an injury so he might improve a bit. That said like most NFL teams their DBs are horrible and there LBs are average. Take JJ Watt out of that D ( like Kuechly in Carolina), and you are looking at a bottom feeder team. They did have injuries at WR but they have a lot of holes to fill.

    Thank God the snake Seahawks are done. And my gut tells me the long slide downward will continue.

    The Cowboys? Well it is a bummer that every game it seems WR Beasley gets hurt on the first play. Something to do with a nagging ankle injury. Everyone in the universe sort of knows Prescott isn't going to get it done down the line here but he was OK Saturday night.

    LB Sean Lee was in on a few plays. Not sure what the plan is down the road. His "fill in" LVE once again led the Cowboys in tackles and was solid. But what struck me most was S Jeff Heath. While much hyped CB Byron Jones did the inexcusable and got burnt deep late, Heath made plays you don't see NFL safeties make anymore. Twice he made TD saving tackles in the open field. In today's NFL most black safeties would have whiffed on at least one of those plays. But we can't talk about DB play because blacks are the superior athletes according to people who don't actually absorb what they are watching.

    Not to beat a dead horse but did the Ravens just doom their team for at least the next five years? After a few years of this cat the Ravens will need a change. Think post Falcons Vick or post Redskins RG3. Throw in an aging defense and I have to think Flacco wants out. Barely past his prime with more juice left this SB hero isn't going to play clipboard holder next year. But the Ravens are going with Jackson. They boxed themselves in the minute they drafted him. Jackson looked like a RB trying to play QB. Bad. Yet ESPN's Tim Hasselbeck still believes in his "explosiveness." Hasselbeck is truly a caste *******. The same prick who dismissed Josh Allen.

    Looking into the future Jackson will "tantalize" them just enough for a while until the magic runs dry and they are stuck with a team that resembles a
    beat up old car that doesn't run anymore. The idea of the draft is to improve the team. Not doom it. Ha.

    The Chargers are this year's mystery team much like the Eagles last year. Good in a lot of areas but not outstanding in one except for their D line which includes Joey Bosa. I say it is a toss up next week against the Patriots.

    Finally it was kill the honky kicker time once again but many now think that field goal was tipped by the Eagles? No mention of the "vaunted" all black Bears defense missing tackles and getting beaten like a drum on the all important late Eagles winning TD drive. And as mentioned above clutch catches by TEs Goedert and Ertz. Goedert's nifty moves for a first down might have been the most important play of the game.

    I suspect this all black Bears defense will follow the formula of the all black Jags D and slowly lose their mojo.

    There are two things that bother me more than anything. One is team with no starting (or at least one in on 35% of the plays) white WRs. The other is a team without at least one starting white defender.
     
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  10. Shadowlight

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    I watched all of the weekend games although I do miss the first half of the late games on Sunday. Plan to do the same this weekend. But I have to admit Collinsworth gave me a chuckle or two near the end of the Eagles-Bears game. He might have been drunk but he was making strange noises when they replayed the Eagles two point try. Then he ended the game by saying the "Bears got beat by a double doink" referring to the off the upright and crossbar winning field goal attempt.

    Anyone have a thought on this matter? Not sure if it is feasible but when a timeout is called in my mind the kicker shouldn't kick the ball. They always seem to make that "trial" shot. Is it me or do they blow their load half the time? It doesn't count so why jinx the whole thing? What purpose does it serve making a "practice" kick?

    One other funny thing about that final kick. Watch the Bears mascot, who was standing behind the goal post, collapse to the ground like he was shot.

    It didn't bother me that the Bears lost. I don't have to hear about hyped up Edge Khalil Mack again until next season. I do not shed tears for teams with all black defenses.
     
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  11. Don Wassall

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    Cody Parkey was perhaps the most unreliable field goal kicker in the league this season, with lots of "doinks." The Bears should have gotten as close to the redzone as possible to improve Parkey's chances. I agree, after he made the one that didn't count, it didn't surprise me that he missed the one that did.
     
  12. Truthteller

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    Good point. Personally, I believe Matt Nagy was ecstatic that Nall had a great Preseason. Why? I think he wanted to show the blacks on the team that he was "down struggle" and would "play favorites", in terms of race. So the idea of him making the team as a running back was just a far-fetched fantasy right from the start. He could've rushed for twice the yards he did in the Preseason and the outcome would've been absolutely the same!

    Think about it, even though Nall became an instant "fan favorite" and "media darling", actually reeling in local radio/TV legend Hub Arkush* as a huge fan, Nagy sent a crystal clear message to his black players, black fans and DWF's: Don't worry, whitey wont infect the soul of this team. I've got your back 100% -- even if you are a total no talent raisin-sack like Bennie Cunningham (12 rushes 22 yards in 2018) or Taquan Mizzell (10 rushes 15 yards in 2018). By the way, not only did Nall lead the NFC in rushing yards during the Preseason, he led the Bears in tackles by a non-defensive player, proving he should've got a spot based on "special teams" coverage alone over Mizzell.

    Basically, I think Nagy's from the same mold as Jim Haslett and Jack Del Rio. Difference is those two are much bigger, tougher looking men, who were talented NFL linebackers in their era's -- Shabbos Goys who black athletes could, theoretically, respect as men that played the game at the highest level. To the Bears' players, Nagy is just an ugly, nerdy little scrub, who toiled in total obscurity as a minor league quarterback. That will never change! But I honestly believe Nagy must change, however, or he'll fail as an NFL coach, as his emboldened black players will eventually turn on his "nerdy-@ss", destroy the locker room and eat him alive -- the same way they chewed up and spit-out Haslett and Del Rio, who were more impressive "Alpha Males".

    So basically, in a round about way, I guess I'm saying I'm glad the Bears lost. And as long as Nagy is around and keeps his rigid pro-caste mindset, I hope they never come close to making the playoffs. Also, if some drunken, 10 times deported illegal alien from the Sanctuary city of Chicago one day is driving down the highway the wrong way at 100 miles per and happens hits Nagy head on, can't say I'd be sad.


    P.S.: As far as Harbaugh in Baltimore, I've never seen him as a total Caste-cuck. He's not great, but who is? Even the Patriots have had basically all-black defenses for years. Real key to the Lamar Jackson saga is retiring GM Ozzie Newsome, who for years has been trying to find a black franchise quarterback. In his last draft as a GM, he went in all in for Jackson and the owner, reeling from the Kaepernik saga, did not object. Once Flacco's game sputtered a bit more due to age and injuries, it became inevitable Jackson would be forced fed to start. Much in the same way that Tony Dungy and the Tampa Bay Bucs forced Shaun King into the lineup in 1999, which cost them at least one Super Bowl appearance. Harbaugh will just have to "ride it out" with Lamar for a bit. Might be a good idea if Baltimore's new GM (Newsome's replacement) finds himself a real competent backup next season. Perhaps someone like Case Keenum (if he's available) or Sam Bradford, if he's healthy enough to play? I doubt Jackson's ego and the DWF's would be okay with signing a younger "reclamation project" like Blake Bortles to push Lamar in Preseason.


    * https://www.dailyherald.com/sports/...season-finale-but-rb-nall-looks-like-a-keeper
     
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  13. wile

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    Yeah eff the Bears management, I watched Nall's college highlight vid yesterday and he is obviously a powerback. LAC could be a good team but IMO which is amateur they don't play base offense they play Rivers' ego shotgun formation offense instead which basically telegraphs plays. To the man who caught that detail of that OT of the Ravens who was telegraphing the plays with his feet, thanks great detail. Imagine being Harbaugh or any "aware" coach and being saddled with a quotaback like Lamar Jackson or Vick, you can't coach them, literally saddled with a HS quotaback while your tribesman owner reads the glowing PR from his cousin's media outlet and tells you to cut the white football players. I get that from the Randall Cunningham era coaches who said he never did any studies he simply showed up on game day to run around the field.
     
  14. Shadowlight

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    From what I have seen so far from Bears HC Nagy I echo Truthteller's sentiment about not liking what I am seeing. So far he is heading down the black hole and I agree at the end of the day it will only ruin things for him and the team.

    While I am not optimistic I will have a much clearer vision after the draft. As it stands as far as I can tell not counting the kicker (ha) they have one player to root for on that team, QB Trubisky. Not enough to pull me in as much as I like for Trubisky to prove all his doubters wrong. And he is a good athlete.

    But the media obsession with Khalil Mack has always been overplayed. One and out. Mack played some great defense at times but he also disappeared in games with crafty head coaches like Belichick and Pederson. So I guess Mack the "difference maker" didn't make that much of a difference after all just like in Oakland. A lot of bells and whistles but the bottom line is winning and well the Bears lost.

    If the world turned upside down and I became an NFL head coach (ha) I would make sure that within a year I had a starting white WR and a backup white WR who played a lot at the very least. Would like three white wide outs on the roster.

    And I would have at least three white defensive starters and work my way up to six. A starting white DB would be mandatory. The other stuff would be up in the air but I want a team with white defensive players. When I see a team with an all black defense I mentally can't handle it. Rattles my bones. So screw the Bears I say.
     
  15. Truthteller

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    Excellent points Wile and Shadowlight. I think Harbaugh is in a tough spot and I can't imagine he wanted to totally kick Flacco to the curb like he did. But black Hall of Fame tight end/current GM pretty much hand picked Jackson to be the teams quarterback of the future right after he announced he would retire. Baltimore's Italian-American owner is also in an impossible spot after he caught the wrath of the "media" (particularly ESPN) in 2016 when he reportedly "changed his mind" and decided he wanted no part of signing Colin Kaepernik. Baltimore's owner saw what happened to the dignified, ex-owner of the Carolina Panthers (smeared by the media, forced to sell the team he founded) and knows darn well if he doesn't "toe-the-Kosher line" he could be next.

    Similar thing happened in Washington several years back when the Shanahan's (Mike and Kyle) seemingly wanted no part of Robert Griffin, who Comrade Daniel Synder decided would revolutionize the quarterback position. Best they could do was select Kirk Cousins in the 4th round of the same draft and wait for Griffin to flop. Baltimore would be smart to get a decent backup, just in case Jackson also flops.

    I was just looking at the Pro Bowl roster. Kansas City's "fullback" represents the AFC. A no-necked goy who, over the span of six seasons, has a grand total of 20 rushes for the Chiefs -- and 14 of those carries came in the final (meaningless) game of the 2017 season. Nagy was hired from Kansas City where he learned at the feet of Porky Pig Caste stooge Andy Reid. So I suppose he probably believes the role of white running backs is merely to block for the "real athletes", much like his obese mentor does. Remember how Andy the Pig cut 2012 Preseason sensation Nate Eachus* right after he arrived from Philly, without even seeing him in a practice?

    Obviously, much like Odious Andy, it appears Rodent Nagy could care-less about basic fairness and meritocracy, he's just worried about accumulating as many shekels as he can; as fast a he can. Hopefully I'm wrong about Nagy, but I doubt it.


    P.S.: Shadowlight, I've already ranted enough regarding Rodent Nagy's treatment of Nall, but when you bring up wide receivers, how about the NFL's Preseason receptions leader, Tanner Gentry, also rotting away on the practice squad the entire season?


    * http://www.nfl.com/player/nateeachus/2535982/gamelogs
     
  16. wile

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    The Bears being allowed to go caste clown is a bit odd, way back in the day when they took Muster the one McCaskey brother was president or some place of signifigance in the organization and Muster had like 90 plus yards in a game and McCaskey came down on the field itself and told the coach to make sure Muster got his 100 yard game. But that brother did have a hint of gayness about him, and FTR Jim Harbaugh was a sort of pet so who knows. And maybe the NFL is dominated management and media wise by the types who make up Hollywood Democratic party fundraisers?
     
  17. sprintstar

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    Shadowlight, if I was an NFL HC I would have an all-white team, period. I would draft all whites, develop all whites. I would be the winning Superbowl coach every year. Truth! There are many current teams that are 98% negro with a token white back up player or the white allstar qb like Trubisky. Sure the dwf's, sjw's jews negroes would all complain until they see their city's team winning.
     
  18. Don Wassall

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    And you would be fired within minutes once your objective was made clear. And if you weren't, the owner of the team that hired you would be forced to give up his ownership within weeks. Rush Limbaugh wasn't allowed to partially own the Rams because of his conservatism, and Marge Schott had the Cincinnati Reds taken from her because of her political beliefs even though her team wasn't any whiter or blacker than the MLB average.

    And if you think the SJWs & Friends would be satisfied if your all-White team won, they wouldn't care if it went undefeated every season for a decade, it would only increase their hate that much more. (Some DWFs would be happy but most would go along with the daily outrage expressed in the media against their "racist" team. Conformity to contrived "popular opinion" is the new American Way.)

    It's nice to engage in fantasy -- believe me, I'd like to own or coach an NFL team and play the players based on merit, but the Caste System and the power structure that backs it up is very real; hopefully you don't seriously think your scenario could happen in the present NFL.
     
  19. sprintstar

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    Nope never thought my scenario would happen in a gazillion years, not with Jewish owners running the show, cucked GMs, negros running the locker rooms and coaches afraid to do what they need to do to win. One can fantasize though. :)
     
  20. sport historian

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    Earlier in the season this poster declared "Brady has been told to throw to other negro Wrs and not to Hogan." Were you listening when Brady talks to his coaches? Do you think a veteran superstar QB during a game can be told who to throw to?
     

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