Carson Palmer

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  1. Average American

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    Any thoughts, predictions on how ya think Palmer will do out in the desert this year ?
     
  2. Extra Point

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    I think Palmer will do well this year. He's a good veteran QB who hasn't always been on the best of teams.

    AZ has improved their offensive line with Nate Potter and Eric Winston. Palmer has a good receiver to throw to. He fits the system well.

    Palmer should have a decent year.
     
  3. Leonardfan

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    I hope Palmer has a good year. I know he is criticized here for sticking up for affletes but he is a white QB and he needs to do well. I remember when he came out he was viewed as the perfect prototype QB prospect.
     
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    Carson screwed himself. His cheer-leading for afroletes got him a bunch of poor handed receivers and cost him in success. I don't know what went on behind the scenes but he clearly wasn't like Brady or Manning who undoubtedly helped pick who to throw to. He choose poorly. And his lackluster career is a testament to that. He's a decent QB though and with one of the few sure handed guys in Larry Fitzgerald he may do okay. I'm a Drew Stanton fan though so I hope he sucks it up.
     
  5. Don Wassall

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    It's amazing how irrational a usually very rational group of posters becomes on the subject of Carson Palmer.

    Palmer was not a personnel manager or GM in Cincinnati. Anyone who follows how reliably Caste that organization has been for a long time should realize that. And the assertion that White quarterbacks somehow double as assistant GMs is just not accurate. Palmer was a booster of Brian Leonard and Matt Jones, as I showed with multiple newspaper quotes in another irrational Palmer thread but that was ignored because the bizarre irrational yahoo train had already formed denouncing Palmer for saying that the addition of Terrell Owens would help the Bengals, as it did for a season.

    Palmer has also at times been singled out and castigated for not throwing away his career by pleasing anonymous posters here by exposing the Caste System. For some indecipherable reason Palmer was chosen for that "honor," out of all the White professional athletes in the United States.

    The reality is that Carson Palmer is as suburban and white bread as they come. Nothing about his speaking style, clothes or lifestyle indicates anything other than a well-mannered White man. He was headed for a Hall of Fame career until Kimo von Olhoffen of the Steelers plowed into his knee and wrecked it early in a playoff game (on a play in which Palmer completed a 60 yard TD pass). He was never the same quarterback afterward, but is still a very good QB who has played on mostly bad teams. If Arizona can put together a decent offensive line for once, he can put up very good numbers this season.

    I've never agreed with the dislike some posters always had for Brett Favre on what is supposed to be a site that supports White athletes, though I could at least understand their perspective. But the endless hammering of Carson Palmer? Bizarre.
     
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    Drew Brees gets criticized for simply pumping up his coal black team before games. Is it wrong to do what it takes the win? He has lobbied for Andy Tanner this season but I don't know how this will work out. The guy just puts up records behind a mediocre line (go look at how the linemen do after they leave) and mediocre receivers (go look at the receivers that leave, Meachem can't even get playing time when the Chargers are thin, Henderson was cut) and can't even get respect on a pro White forum.

    The only qb that has had any type of pull is Peyton Manning, he brought quite a few White players down to Denver, although I believe it was mostly tight ends that he was familiar with like Jacob Tamme, and that might be the only one he was able to get down there.

    Brady did everything he could to keep Welker in NE, it didn't happen, which shows you that these qbs aren't in control of the roster.

    The only qb that could probably be criticized is Matt Schaub, he had Kevin Walter on his team for years who was the numer 2 wr and never targetted him enough to let him get 1k. This could be because of lack of talent though, locking on to Andre Johnson and dumping it off to a tight end or rb if he isn't open, or sometimes throwing it up to him even if he is covered.
     
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    Ah Carson Palmer, the great dividing line of White QB's at Castefootball. He's the polarizing equivalent of 911 Truther conspiracies. He's either a misunderstand average everyman White Qb who had a shot at greatness but missed out due to bad luck and bad teammates or he's a race traitor anti-white zealot whose relentless cheerleading for black teammates has brought him the grief he deserves.

    Depending on what side of the issue you fall upon you are either an irrational dreamer expecting him to speak out like no other White athlete could be expected to; OR you are a naive semi-DWF that helps enable weak spined white athletes to perpetuate the caste system.

    So by deciding whether you are Wassallian or a Jaxvidite on the issue you can line up on one side of the divide or the other. :argue:
     
  8. Wes Woodhead

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    I just cant bring myself to like Palmer as much as other QB ever since I seen him on I think it was Best Damn Sports Show period worshiping Chad Ochocinco. He really put on a disgusting display of DWF negro worship on there.

    Still I wish him nothing but success on the field. Hes a cut above the average magical negro. Plus its not like the caste system ever showed him any love. I hope he has a career year, and stays off tv, and radio.
     
  9. Don Wassall

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    Is that the same Carson Palmer who cheered for both White and black teammates, who on more than a few occasions showed on-field frustration and anger at the low-IQ prima donna Chad "Ochocinco," and the same Carson Palmer who wanted out of the thug-filled Bengals organization so badly that he asked to be traded in January of 2011, and when owner Mike Brown refused to trade him, retired and by doing so was saying goodbye to $50 million in contract money? And who did indeed retire until Brown traded him to Oakland part-way through the 2011 season?

    But, if he was the secret assistant GM, why wouldn't he have wanted to finish his career in Cincinnati after he engineered the waiving of Matt Jones and the relegating of Brian Leonard to third down duties? But then again, that would mean he used his secret GM position to bring Jones and Leonard to Cincinnati in the first place! Oy, it just gets so confusing. But wait. . .

    BREAKING STORY:

    (August 15, 2013, wishfulthinking.com) Ace reporter Jax Unreal, Wishful Thinking.com's leading wishful thinker, has published audio and video footage of his recent meeting with Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer.

    Regaling Palmer and gaining his confidence with stories about how much he dislikes Brett Favre and Drew Bees, Jax Unreal was invited to Palmer's bodacious multi-million dollar crib in Compton, California. In one of his Party Rooms, sporting a rastafarian wig, wearing pants that hung down to his knees and holding a bong in one hand and a 40 ouncer of Colt 45 that he was guzzling from in the other, Palmer went on a rant that Jax Unreal filmed through the haze rapidly enveloping the room. The only other person present was Palmer's best friend, Snoop Dogg.

    Palmer: Sheet, I cantz believe it, I ordered da Bengals to get rid of that whiteboy runningback Brian Leonard and whats do dey does but brings in another one, Burkhead. Burkhead, Woodhead, why duz all da honky runningbacks have a head in der namez? Dey should all haz to change dey last namez to Peckerhead, hell yeh boy! Hey Snoop my nigga, pass me dey joint, dat's it.

    Yeh boy, I knowed I had to leave when Marvin told me dey was bringing in more whiteboy linemen, dat waz da final straw, so I ordered da trade to Oakland cause I knows how much my boy Al Davis loves da brothers. Den when Al died I ordered a trade to Arizona where dey only let da brothers block.

    But den my homies da Bidwells, boy dey pissed me off when dey drafted dat Ryan Swopehead whiteboy. Sheet man. But boy when dat d-back knocked da piss out of Swopehead, boy I never laughed so hard in my life yo. Dat was even sweeter dan when I won da Heisman Trophy, yeh boy, schnizzle dizzle. (Palmer then sets down his beer and bong and exchanges high fives with Snoop Dogg. At that point the haze in the room had become so thick that both the video and audio were incapacitated.)
     
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    Hahahahahaha that is genuinely extremely funny. What did Carson Palmer do exactly? I don't know the story.
     
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    These Carson Palmer threads (seriously, this is like the 5th one already) are always highly entertaining. If Palmer is really just a mild mannered White QB and not some negro-promoting wigger, than I genuinely feel bad for him. He's had the misfortune of playing is whole career on some of the blackest franchises. Either he's destined to play on the Steelers next or he'll have some luck and finish out his career as the Patriots backup.
     
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    That was a very humorous “news article,” Don, but I still contend that your finest work was your hilarious 2009 editorial, penned under the alias “Dick Tigermakesmetingle”

    Haha, reading the line about "waist level tear gushing" always makes me laugh.

    Jaxvid was supportive of Favre at times, even during his stint with the Jets in which he “Anthony Weinered” a cell phone picture of himself to a “hot” white sideline whore who was only 5 years older than Favre’s eldest daughter…

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    I personally detested Favre for a myriad of reasons. Allow me to plead me case against him…

    1) Favre gifted Michael Strahan the NFL’s single-season sack record, topping Mark Gastineau’s mark…

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    2) Favre’s brother and sister are both losers to the bone. Favre’s brother, Scott, was arrested multiple times for alcohol-related issues. Once, Scott Favre was driving drunk, his car was hit by a train, killing his passenger. Favre’s sister, Brandi, is a meth dealer/addict who once took part in a drive-by shooting (presumably involving Negroes) several years ago...

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    3) Favre’s poor on-field treatment of white WR, Bill Schroeder, rivaled only that of Mike “The Caste Walrus” Holmgren.

    4) During Favre’s drug addiction and time in rehab, he abandoned his wife and young daughter for a brief period.

    5) Favre’s annual retirement titillations and public weeping were an annoying, egomaniacal embarrassment to white athletes…

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    6) Favre’s general palling around with black teammates and the fact that in 16 seasons with the team never lobbied for white pass-catchers aside from Mark Churmura, Don Beebe, Bill Schroeder, and a few backup TE’s such as Jeff Thomason and Wesley Walls. I know that Favre didn’t have “Secret GM Powers” like Carson Palmer (haha), but think of the obnoxious gaggle of black thugs (Koren Robinson, Javon Walker, Andre Rison) that he tolerated when he could have had a “best friend” receiver like Brady and Manning had in Welker and Stokley. Favre had “best friends,” but aside Churmura and Winters, they were all black…

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    As for Drew Brees, I think he’s an incredible football player, but a poor excuse for a role model that young whites should emulate (unlike the pencil-necked rapper, Snoop Dogg, Palmer's pot-huffing chum)...

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    As always nice job there Thrashen. Favre was one of my favorite QBs until I found castefootball and started learning what an idiot he is. Same can be said for Drew Brees, and any number of other guys I love to root for on the field/court/diamond/ring/octagon. Very few athletes hold sane, reasonable world views. Most are as thoroughly brainwashed as the average DWF.

    Jaxvid said it perfectly a few months back. "There are no real men, in the classical sense, at that level of fame."

    I no longer base weather or not I root for one of our guys on their personal world views.
     
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    (Corporate Sports Report special bulletin) Following the unearthing of touching footage of Carson Palmer laughing and joking with Snoop Dogg, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced that Palmer had been nominated as a finalist for the 2013 Richard Lapchick Trophy, which is annually awarded to the player who best represents the league's commitment to diversity.

    "I'm proud of Carson Palmer," said Goodell. "He understands our league's long-standing interest in diversity and he articulated his vision in an inspiring way. Riley Cooper has much to learn from such a fine gentleman."

    The Richard Lapchick Trophy, which each year portrays a random DWF with his tongue inserted well into the anal cavity of an NFL player of color, will be presented to kick off the league's annual winter meeting. Jesse Jackson, Dan Rooney and Hugh Douglas will jointly present the trophy to this year's winner.

    When asked if Palmer may have violated the NFL's drug policy, Goodell hesitated and said it was "conceivable" that an investigation "possibly" could be launched "sometime before the Cleveland Browns win the Super Bowl," an explanation that satisfied all the reporters present at his news conference.

    Meanwhile, Jax Unreal was rewarded for his capturing of Palmer at his relaxed, pro-diversity best by being hired away from wishfulthinking.com at a significant raise in salary by The National Enquirer. Unreal announced that his assistant, Wolfgang von Thrashen, had also been hired by the prestigious publication and that their first two assignments will be proving Unreal's contention that Drew Brees is of partial Zulu ancestry, and that Brett Favre's paternal great-grandmother was a high yellow prostitute who worked above an Atlanta speakeasy during Prohibition.
     
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    add Eli, Peyton and Archie Manning to the list

    in a video attempting to imitate blacks, the Manning family fails

    [video=youtube;jn5zytfm9No]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jn5zytfm9No[/video]

    seriously though, Eli was embarrassing in that, the only one who seriously looked like he was trying to look black with the fro. Combine that with his comment about slow White safeties....LETS CRUCIFY HIM TOO! , sarcasm of course.
     
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    It's interesting how Carson Palmer has somehow been elevated to the #2 spot on Caste Football's list of most divisive forces, right behind our friend from Greece, who has owned the top spot since he joined this forum.

    I don't want this thread to be locked, so I will refrain from listing some of the main reasons why I believe Carson Palmer is an afflete-enabling, negro-worshipping wigger. Having said that, I'd still rather see him start as a QB in this league and do well enough to keep his job instead of yet another quotaback taking his spot.
     
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    I have to side with Don on this one. I don't get why people hate Carson Palmer. In a 70% black league, what's he supposed to do. Not compliment any of his black teammates or work out with any black players? After rereading the first Palmer thread Footballdad posted, it seems like he complimented both white and black athletes on his team. Also, I found this quote by Don pretty funny:

     
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    Yeah, I'm going to side with Don on this also. I admittedly don't know much about Palmer, but he's not some thugged out, getting into trouble, wigger is he?

    I think some of the same people on the Manziel bandwagon for some reason on are on Palmer, when we should be criticizing a QB like Manziel for his behavior.

    I believe Palmer has handled himself for the most part in an intelligent, classy way, but the same thing can't be said for Johnny Manziel so far, let's hope JM grows up before it's too late.
     
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    hey brother,
    I don't fault Favre for his siblings.. I mean, it's hard to be responsible for adult family members.. But you're spot-on about the dive Favre took for Strahan. It was the lamest moment in pro football since I've been watching the sport.. terrible.
     
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    Haha, very funny stuff. But why would the NFL name their “Diversity Awardâ€￾ after a former NBA player? I suppose a vile buffoon with Lapchick’s Marxism-laden DNA transcends space and time, let alone corporate athletics.

    High yellow, haha. For the record, I don’t believe that Favre, Brees, or Palmer have any partial non-white ancestry…they just act like racially-anesthetized clowns at times. I wish Palmer the best of luck on the field in his newest hyper-Africanized destination, but personally, I think he’s prone to mistakes and will fail yet again to live up to his billing.
     
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    Its seems to me that for the last ten years every USC QB has been over rated. None more than Mark Sanchez. Also seems like USC always starts out the year higher in the BCS rankings than they should.
     
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    Perhaps Matt Barkley will reverse the USC-overrated trend, in that he was underrated and has looked really good so far. Also, we really don't know if Matt Leinart was overrated, as he was derided and destroyed quickly. Of course that was partly his fault, as he is prone to partying, which is only celebrated in regards to black players and "makin' it rain" parties.
     
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    Unless a very rare exception, I tend to support all White NFL players. I'm not up to speed on all the details of this Palmer debate. But I don't think it's fair nor realistic to label him as some sort of anti-White/Marxist supporting person just because he was quoted with supportive things to say about former Bengal negro WRs and buffoons in Johnson and Owens.
    Perhaps a bit predictable maybe, yet generally the norm for a starting QB and team leader to stand up in the media and rally the troops with supporting words.

    Palmer seems like player well versed in what is expected when dealing with media. Maybe this annoys some people, but this is pretty much the norm nowadays.
    I hope Palmer has a great year in Arizona.
     
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    Brett Favre is like (allegedly) 1/64 Choctaw I'll have you know! :yell: That's obviously where all his talent came from.
     

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