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  1. WHITE NOISE

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    I know how the Caste system works so I should not be surprised that Campbell was allowed to stay in tonight's game, but even with Campbell sucking so bad you would think Zorn would have put Collins in just to give his team a chance to win. I hate the Redskins and hope all the worst for them (except for Cooley), they are getting what they deserve for having so few whites on the team, especially at their starting quarterback position.
     
  2. Don Wassall

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    Jason Campbell is an idiot. Time after time in the 4th quarter, on third and fourth downs where the ball HAD to be thrown downfield, the "strong-armed" Campbell threw one dink pass after another, and not very well at that. And almost always in the middle of the field instead of near the sidelines where the receiver could get out of bounds. Campbell was beyond awful and the entire Redskins offense operated at an idiot level. Slow to get plays off, terrible clock management, the whole works. That was a beautiful illustration of the dumbing down of the NFL under the Caste System.


    And of course Al and John had nary a word of criticism of Campbell. Madden kept talking about how he needed better pass protection. He needed a lot more than that. A white QB would have, and should have, been torn to shreds if he operated at that kind of nursery school level.
     
  3. Thrashen

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    Wow, that game was super-boring.

    Hopefully the drunk white turds watching realized how much of snoozefest this game was to watch. It brings me great joy whenever NFL games or NFL players look mediocre (which happens on a weekly basis). The only play the two jock-sniffers calling the game picked up on was Reed Doughty getting slighty knocked back by Brandon Jacobs during a routine tackle. Other than that, the two twits calling the game didnt get excited until the Giants "team leader," fatso LB Antonio Pierce got into a fight with white lineman Pete Kendall.

    You're correct, Jason Campbell simply looked below average tonight. He's a dink-and-dunk passer, playing behind a o-line full of fat sumos. He doesnt suck, he's just nothing special. Brennen will be the best QB of his draft class, eventually.

    Overall, very bad nights for Cooley and Boss (the one and only reason I was watching this garbage).Edited by: Thrashen
     
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    There was a game on tonight? *yawn*

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  5. Colonel_Reb

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    I can't believe Chris Cooley was almost totally ignored. I started him as one of two TEs this week.


    I must say I told y'all a long time ago that Campbell didn't have what it took to be a decent NFL QB. Even at Auburn he often looked lost on the field.
     
  6. Don Wassall

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    Campbell's instincts and feel for field management and what the situation calls for were non-existent tonight.


    Reb, I started Cooley on two teams tonight, but did so reluctantly. I have him on three teams altogether and made sure to get very good backups on each of them as it looks like it's going to be a long season in Washington unless Zorn turns to Todd Collins and starts grooming Colt Brennan. I don't know what kind of offense if any Campbell is cut out for, but it sure isn't Zorn's.
     
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    Don, good to know I wasn't the only one who used him. It just made sense to use him. The CF Riggins League is the only fantasy league I'm in this year and I am starting both my TEs this weekend, Cooley and Greg Olsen. I hope things straighten out so both of those talented athletes are used correctly.
     
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    With Strahan retired and Umenyiora placed on IR I figured Campbell would have a decent amount of time to throw, and he did. The pressure was far from overwhelming and he was only sacked once.


    It would be interesting to get some feedback from any of you in the D.C. metro area as to what the media and drunk white Redskins fans are saying about Mr. Campbell after this game.
     
  9. White Power

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    I told all of you he won't make it through the season as the starting quarterback. The Redskins have a decent team why did they lose this game quarterback play. Even the sports center anchors were saying how terrible he played. Collins will be the starter soon.
     
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    The D.C. media is walking on eggshells, trying to point out as politely as possible that Jason Campbell is simply not the answer at QB. Sonny Jurgensen said that "there has to be better play from the quarterback." Without fail, whenever any jock sniffer, local or national, mentions Campbell, they chime in with "he's had like 8 different offensive systems since college." This is an excuse that is never used to explain say, Alex Smith's woes. And it is stated so frequently, almost word for word, that the most paranoid among us may be forgiven for thinking that a press release was sent out from somewhere, instructing all jock sniffers to utilize this line when talking about Campbell.

    The Redskins are a truly horrendous team. Jim Zorn appears completely clueless, and is yet another white player I loved who turned out to be a pious devotee of the Caste system. Also, it is getting really hard to watch these fat black clowns on either side of the line in every NFL game. How can anyone fail to note how fat and out of shape these alleged "athletes" are? Training camp just ended; aren't they supposed to be in tip top condition after all those "workouts?" Looking at the rolls of jiggling fat on these players, I now doubt that they make them do anything at all in practice, unless they train them by having hot dog eating contests. It is a travesty that Jon Jansen has been benched for yet another undistinguished fat black sumo.

    The Redskins receiving corps has to be among the worst of all the bad ones in the NFL. Moss is not a real #1 WR, and the fact that Antwan Randle El is a starting WR, and the woeful James Thrash a #3 WR, while the likes of Mike Hass and John Standeford check out the unemployment ads, is an embarrassment that should outrage reasonable men everywhere. Zorn appears not to realize that Cooley is his best receiver; he was totally ignored during preseason and only had a single catch last night. I guess this new "guru" is going to build his offense around the better affletes, like Randle El and Thrash. Vinny Cerrato continues his Charley Casserly-like record of drafting futility, as all three of the receivers he picked in the 2nd round this year remain nonentities on a roster that has a crying need for receivers.

    Just as I wrote these words, that buffoon Mike Golic managed to fit in yet another reference to "all those systems" that Jason Campbell has been in. Wow.
     
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    Amazing- just heard "Greenie" mildly criticize Jason Campbell and the idiot Golic took him to task, reminding him (and the audience, in case the drunk white fans have missed the other 4000 recent media references to it) that this is Campbell's 7th system in 7 seasons, going back to college. The numbers vary slightly, but the message is still the same. Ron Jaworski chimed in, saying "you can't blame Jason Campbell," and instead criticized the play- calling, and the offensive line (in fact, Campbell had great protection most of the night- certainly David Carr would have loved to have had a single game like that in his entire career).
     
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    I always wonder how the coaches can tell their White QBs that the starter is going to be the black guy who has shown far beyond all reasonable doubt that he's not up to the job. If I were the coach, I'd be looking down at the ground when I told the White guy that. Also, there must be at least some of the black players who think the same. but I guess they know better than to say anything.

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    And yet another update; just saw both Rich Eisen and Steve Mariucci mention Campbell having to learn so many different systems, during their "analysis" of the Giants-Redskins game. Curiously, Deion Sanders was relatively critical of Campbell, saying he "looked confused" and had to start showing leadership. And now, back to the black studio hosts, where both Jamie Dukes and Rod Woodson said "Jason Campbell can play in this league," and chastised Jim Zorn for the failures of the offense.

    You know the situation is bad when Deion Sanders is your best bet on getting honest analysis about a black quarterback. Don King's America is a constant joy.
     
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    Golic and "Greenie" take caste jock sniffing to it's absolute limits.

    Those two turds are super mild compared to the infinite jock-sniffing taking place on NFL network (where team Africa has been doing a great job nut-hugging their own kind).

    Perhaps the only ESPN-employed loser that I loathe more than those two sissy-boys is Tony Kornholer. That caste-pimp barely even knows sports in general, let alone commentating on NFL games.

    People talk about the seemingly infinite media bias and unprofessional nature of Jewish-controlled journalism....well it's happening tenfold in athletics.
     
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    Nice posts. I have written a couple of times that I think Campbell might be able to be an average or even slightly above average QB in the NFL, but not after last night. I don't care how many offensive systems he's had (and wouldn't that fact make him a little more versatile by now and able to quickly understand the basics of a new system). His pocket awareness was awful -- he didn't feel pressure, but at other times he'd move around when there wasn't any pressure. His accuracy was poor and he often threw too late.


    But the thing I'll always remember is how he wouldn't throw for the necessary yardage on crucial downs, always throwing dink and dunk stuff and then taking forever to get the next play off. Apparently the basics of the two-minute offense, which every schoolboy used to know, areyet another casualty of the affirmative action experiment known as the NFL.Edited by: Don Wassall
     
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    They show snippets from various training camps on the 80 percent black NFL Network, and the head coaches are oh so nice and polite to their charges. This trend goes back to the beginning of the blackening of the league; Roy Blount wrote about Chuck Noll's double standards towards white and black athletes in 1973 in "Three Bricks Shy of a Load." Enough white coaches have been verbally and physically assaulted by black players that they know they are often walking on eggshells and can't say anything that offends the sensitivities of the ultra-racially aware black players.


    All this stuff about hours and hours of "film study" and working out -- I don't buy it either. Just look at the poor condition of many of the players and how quickly many come gasping to the sidelines. Many refuse to even tackle correctly; how diligently are they trying to learn the "complicated" offensive and defensive schemes?Edited by: Don Wassall
     
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    Just watched a video on nfl.com of coach Zorn talking about Campbell. He was trying to be diplomatic, but he wasn't a happy camper. I'd say if Campbell doesn't show vast improvement next week, he'll be benched. I can't see any team allowing a season to go down the drian watching a guy like Campbell each week.

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    Don,

    About the "dink and dunk" stuff; that's the exact derisive term used to castigate Brady Quinn during the preseason. I read several things on internet fantasy sites about how, even in practice, coaches were becoming "concerned" that Quinn looked too quickly to dump off passes instead of going down field with his throws.

    Jamie Dukes was rightfully criticizing the dink and dunk stuff by the Redskins on the NFL Network (or Ocho Cinco TV), and the way they kept getting stopped just shy of first downs. However, he directed his wrath at "the offense" and "the coaches," instead of at Campbell. If Campbell was white, we all know where the criticism would be directed.
     
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    I hope Campbell is replaced, and soon. He and many other black QBs have no business being on NFL rosters.
     
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    Another ploy being used to defend Campbell is that he "didn't turn the ball over." When you throw for all of 133 yards, almost all of it on dink and dunk throws, that's not much of an accomplishment.


    That's one of thebig differences between black and white QBs in the NFL, generally speaking. Black QBs are all about "mobility" (even though many can't sense pressure well and get sacked a lot) and making short little passes and trying to keep turnovers to a minimum. White QBs also make more short passes than they used to, but they still throw the ball down the field, when that type of yardage is needed for a first down, at other times to keep defenses honest, and because that is the best way to have a potent offense. White QBs throw more interceptions, which is held against them, but their teams have actual passing games unlike most black QB-led teams. "Black ball" is usually boring, especially because the "mobile" black QBs quickly have tolearn tostay in the pocket otherwise they get injured.


    What made last night's game so boring is that the Giants went conservative too quickly. They should have kept the downfield passing game going and built up a big lead in the first half and forced Campbell to throw virtually every down. In that case Campbell might have turned over the ball over, that is if he's capable of doing more than throwing Steve McNair type three yard passes on more than rare occasions.Edited by: Don Wassall
     
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    The Giants did not have to air it out so to speak, because their coaches quickly learned Campbell was not going to be a threat, therefore the Giants simply managed the clock. On another note, I do not believe that Campbell will get benched for this main reason: the Caste system would have to bench all the other starting quarterblacks this season. I do not see any of them performing much better than Campbell.
     
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    Just heard some astute analysis from ex-coach Jim Mora on the Ocho Cinco (NFL) Network. While he didn't comment at all on Jason Campbell's ridiculous performance against the Giants, he went absolutely nuts about Alex Smith. "He's a bust!" he shouted a few times, as (believe it or not) Jamie Dukes tried to mildly defend Smith.

    I suppose this isn't surprising, considering that Mora's Saints teams were always among the blackest in the league.
     
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    Here's an interesting comment from Redskins ownership. I got this from a fantasy website. I guess they don't want their fans to start wearing paper bags over their heads by week 4:

    Sept. 6, 11:54 a.m. Jason Campbell - QB (rank: 20), Washington
    Scouts and executives have told the Washington Post that Jason Campbell is a poor fit for Jim Zorn's West Coast offense.
    Fantasy Source spin: Campbell's size and skills reportedly favor seven-step drops and deep throws rather than the three-step drops and quick, rhythmic passes of Zorn's offense. One executive suggested that either the scheme or the quarterback will have to go. Zorn discounted the criticism, but admitted that Campbell will need time to grasp the system fully.
    Source: Washington Post
     
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    Didnt Auburn run a west coast style offense while he was there? I know for sure they ran the ball a lot with Carnell Williams, and Ronnie Brown.
     
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    Campbell continues to prove, on a weekly basis, that he is not, by any definition, a starting NFL QB. If he was white, the drunk white fans would be showering him with boos and the local jock-sniffers in the media would be demanding a quarterback change. The idiots in the Washington, D.C. area media have always loved to stir up a QB controversy. Considering that Todd Collins led the team to the playoffs last year, and Campbell has not shown any improvement at all in what is now his 4th season in the league, the present situation ought to be ripe for controversy.

    Instead of frothing at the mouth for the team to insert the backup QB into the lineup, as these moronic yahooies always have in the past, every one of them makes excuses for Campbell. You know, the excuses that are never made for any young white QB. "The offensive line is awful- Campbell's getting killed back there." "This team has no playmakers." "Portis has been hurt, so teams don't have to respect the run." Etc., etc. The reality is- the offensive line is one of the better ones in the league (at least when Jon Jansen is on the field, and not being benched in favor of a blubbery young afflete). Teams obviously try to shut down Portis, because they know the team has no passing attack- the exact opposite of the reality these jock- sniffers are trying to portray. As for "playmakers," the best playmaker on the team the past few years, Chris Cooley, is rarely targeted in "guru" Jim Zorn's dynamic system. The other typically pedestrian WRs were formally declared to be full of skill just a few games back by these same jock-sniffers.

    It is so much fun when the Redskins lose. How long will the media continue to excuse the fact that their darling young QB simply cannot make plays?
     

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