Black QBs in the NFL

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  1. northwinds

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  2. Tannehill17

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    I hope Shanahan comes down here to Miami so he can work with the QB he WANTED to draft last year, Ryan Tannehill until Zionist owner Dan Snyder forced him to take the Gremlin. RGScreen is showing his true colors, that he is nothing but a gimmick that is not sustainable in the NFL.
     
  3. dwid

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    he could wind up with the Texans, Wade Phillips was his defensive coordinator, there were rumors that Kyle Shanahan would take the job but Mike will do, Kubiak comes from the Shanahan coaching tree so not much will change on offense, same zbs, same requirements from the qb, a White qb that has the tools to take advantage of a great running game and defense.

    You don't run as much as the Redskins do to set up screens and little 5 and 10 yard passes. You run that much to set up the big play downfield off of play action, not play action to the tight end 10 yards away, he is just a safety valve.
     
  4. davidholly

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    Supa Afflete QBs Wilson and Kaepernick both fail to break 200 yards passing.
     
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    $cam lost, Griffin lost, Manuel lost, Campbell lost. Smith actually won, and managed to put together an average day. Wilson and Kaepernick both failed to reach 200 yards passing, and neither did much running the ball. Jason Campbell easily had the best day for the quotabacks, with a 116.8 rating, and what can only be called a really good performance. No others cleared 90, no others did much of anything.

    Not much of a revolution.
     
  6. Leonardfan

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    Geno Smiff is having the worst rookie season of any QB I can remember. I recall two years ago how the DWFs and message board jocksniffers all criticized Gabbert on a weekly basis saying he is the worst QB in the NFL. Smiff is much worse, the face that he is not getting universally panned just goes to show the mentality of the sheeple that follow the NFL.

    Glennon did not play particulary well today but was able to throw two TD passes. He totally outperformed the woefully overdrafted EJ Manuel who threw a Geno Smiffesque 4 ints today.

    One can only hope that the morons who scout and draft players for NFL teams take note of who the best rookie QB is.
     
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    Nice find, man. From the article...

    Daniel “SuperJew” Snyder is truly loathsome. Shannahan so obviously prefers Cousins...he’ll certainly be fired by season’s end anyway (for the team’s poor record and his strained relationship with Synder), so why not pull the struggling corporate-sponsored Gremlin in favor of Cousins?

    Of course, Shannahan is no “Caste Buster” or friend to white players. As has been noted a myriad of times at CF, his late 1990’s Broncos were the first squad in NFL history to not feature a single white athlete, starter or back-up, at any defensive postion.

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    Note that RGIII is only 6' 1"...how short does that make the little Jew boy?
     
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    I read that article on the Bills message board. A black QB that has to have the offense dumbed down for him. Why does that sound so familiar? Some of the DWF's on that same board were comparing Manuel to Tannehill to where he is in his development. I'm pretty sure Tannehill never had to have the playbook cut in half for him. Tannehill will be the Dolphins starter for years to come where as Manuel will either be out of the league in a few years or some other teams backup.
     
  10. Lew

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    Dan Snyder's relationship with Griffin is a perfect microcosm of Jewish Power's relationship with Black America.
     
  11. PHillisFan

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    Typical dwbf's and their never ending blind support. Tannehill hardly had a learning curve since he already knew the offense and only had to get acclimated with the nfl speed. Tannehill had shown more his rookie yr than Manuel has. If dbs had better hands manuels int total would be near geno smiff. it doesnt reflect well manuel and staff when they openly admit the offense is too complex for their quotaback.
     
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    It's hilarious how the Panthers win a few games and the media starts hyping Cam Newton for MVP. So, I checked the NFL passing stats, and Cam is in the top 10 in exactly 2 categories: sacks and interceptions.
     
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    He only averaged 216 yards per game during their 8 game winning streak. He's only average 213 yards per game the entire season.

    Alex Smith averages more yard passing per game but gets called a game manager.
     
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    I watched part of the Saints - Panthers game. Collinsworth was practically worshipping Newton. He called him superman at one point.

    Newton led his team to a grand total of 13 points, 7 when the game was out of reach.

    Newton didn't play like superman.
     
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    The funniest part is when Collinsworthless was salivating over Newton's ability to go through progressions. Because you see it's something he didn't know how to do until just recently. Watch any white pro style college QB's high school highlights and you'll see they already know how to go through progressions.
     
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    Yes, he gives the impression that this is some unusual feat.
     
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    I cannot comprehend how a quarterback cannot look to each of his receivers. Moving one's head and eyes is one of the most basic functions an athlete can perform.
     
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    Ridiculous isnt? Alex Smith has not played like a game manager. I think andy reid has given him some more freedom in this offense than wigger jim did in sf. Alex Smith has needed to make plays when the running game was ineffective.
     
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    Funny enough, Alex Smith gets criticized for going to his checkdown too much. Shouldn't he be getting heaps of praise for going through his progressions?
     
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    Yeah part of alex's problem when he first broke into the league was he always wanted to make the big play which led to sacks and turnovers. I have heard from dwfs he has a noodle arm but he can throw it deep. Alex Smith has become one of the best in the game at taking care of the football.
     
  21. Lew

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    Quarterback A : 2873 yards 18 touchdowns 6 interceptions 367 yards rushing 5.6 per carry


    Quarterback B : 2487 yards 16 touchdowns 8 interceptions 407 yards rushing 5.3 per carry


    Quarterback A is Alex Smith and quarterback B is Collin Kaepernick. Smith out performs him in almost every category. Yet remember how all we heard last year and going into this season was about how Alex Smith is just a boring game manager while Collin Kaepernick is a game changing qb who can sling it across the field with his rocket arm and also make plays on his feet with his blazing speed. I guess the numbers speak for themselves.
     
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    Looks like Shanahan has come to his senses and will be starting Cousins this week. This more than likely guarantees his exit from the Redskins. If he ever gets another coaching job pretty sure he will not be drafting or dealing with a quoataback. Griffin really undermined the coaching staff and team yet the little sissy boy Snyder coddles him. I hope Cousins plays well and creates some leverage to get himself out of Washington as well.

    Snyder and the GM Bruce Allen are both despicable.

    http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/1...ngton-redskins-start-place-robert-griffin-iii
     
  23. PHillisFan

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    Maybe cousins plays well and the redskins win out proving that the qb was the problem all along thus saving shannys job and making the gremlin as trade bait. The report i heard was the danny jew was not going to interfere with shannys qb decision. Perhaps danny jew will come to his senses about his butt buddy rgscreen. Maybe im just being too optimistic or rational.
     
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    Gentlemen, As with any job, a man has to do the best he can. I'm very the coach placed a beef with the owner about drafting RGIII in the first place. As far as Snyder is concerned, possibly, the league pressured him to make that pick on the QT (all for publicity purposes) and said Cousins would be there when they wanted to pick him. I could see such a scenario. But once Shanahan registered his beef, and the owner shot him down, it was up to Shanahan to do his best. That's the way it is with all jobs.

    joegoofinoff...
     
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    RG3 also played against the Giants and Cowboys, so it will be a fair comparison.
     

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