Christian McCaffrey

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  1. Thrashen

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    One of the world's most renowned fantasy football experts, ESPN's Matthew Berry, projects McCaffrey to be the 38th overall pick (and the 15th ranked RB) in most PPR FF drafts this year. Awesome!

    http://www.espn.com/fantasy/footbal...PR/2017-fantasy-football-ppr-rankings-top-200

    McCaffrey has also been running the "wildcat" offense in training camp. This kid could be a combination of LeVeon Bell and Julian Edelman...

    https://www.cbssports.com/fantasy/f...ffrey-conducting-wildcat-offense-in-practice/

    Christian appears to have added some muscle to his frame since his final game with Stanford...

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  2. Don Wassall

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    This should surprise no one at CF:

    Panthers' Jeremy Cash booted from practice for going low on Christian McCaffrey

    Someone should let Jeremy Cash know that training camp is a time for practice.

    During Carolina's workout at Wofford College on Sunday, the Panthers' second-year linebacker was booted from practice after laying a low hit on rookie running back Christian McCaffrey, the Charlotte Observer reported.

    According to the Observer, an angry coach Ron Rivera "shouted an expletive" and instructed Cash "be yanked from the field during team drills" for the questionable hit.

    McCaffrey, the No. 8 overall pick at this year's draft, has put on a standout performance at camp. The former Stanford All-American has drawn a great deal of praise from his teammates for his speed and shiftiness, giving the Panthers hope for an improved offense led by healing quarterback Cam Newton.

    http://www.sportingnews.com/nfl/new...n-mccaffrey-low-hit/s4v3d49ixx6z1khm92br9e9ik
     
  3. Extra Point

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    Cash, like a lot of blacks, is a fool. Cash is a fringe player engaging in something that could injure a high first round draft pick. He could end up not making the team for such behavior. But blacks often try to injure white players.
     
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  4. Ambrose

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    Not only predictable but predicted.

    Also, a Castefootball prediction, and one the BigUnreal would perhaps have made, is that McCaffrey ends up on a team with a black quarterback. Can't have a starting white QB and RB on same team as that's just not fair.
     
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  5. Leonardfan

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    Hopefully Cash gets cut. The Panther have a good number of white LBs on that roster who are better than him anyways and it sounds like with his racially fueled animosity and jealousy of Christian he may just get his black privilege card revoked.

    - Ben Boulware
    - Jared Norris
    - David Mayo

    All are better players than Cash.
     
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    When one of Christian's "teammates" does this, it's an inkling of what's in store for him in the regular season. There's been a general acceptance of him as a White running back thanks to his immense talent, measurables and college production, but I wonder if anyone's "looking out" for him as far as deliberate attempts to injure him other than here at the CF outpost. Rivera, his coaching staff, his teammates that support him, and hopefully the team's fans need to have his back as much as possible as McCaffrey is nothing less than a pioneer, albeit one with no empathy or institutional support from the system because Whites can never be sympathized or identified with on racial grounds (Rule #1 of Cultural Communism).
     
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    I get a little nervous this time of year. When I saw the link to "Christian McCaffrey" on top of the discussion thread I was a little apprehensive to click on it, fearing that he got injured or something. Sure enough, something happened, but he's OK.

    I'm glad Rivera actually yanked the feral linebacker from practice so that none of the other bruvas tries the same thing; but he will be a target all-season long, like Don says. It'll be a minor miracle if he isn't deliberately injured by one of them and is able to play out the entire season.
     
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    Good to see that Rivera appears to have McCaffrey's back. I'm sure Rivera and McCaffrey's father have been in contact.
     
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    It turns out the "low hit" by the black LB (Jeremy Cash) against McCaffrey was actually not something malicious, but rather, a product of Cash being "faked out" so badly that he tripped and fell into Christian's legs. In my entire life I've never heard a white athlete complimented in such a manner. McCaffrey must be a special talent indeed...

    It was only two days ago that second-year linebacker Jeremy Cash took what looked to be a nasty shot at first-round running back Christian McCaffrey, prompting head coach Ron Rivera to get upset and yank the former Duke product midway through practice. But after reviewing film of Sunday's practice and talking with Cash, the Panthers' head coach now has a better understanding of what Cash was attempting to do, and realized nothing was intentional. Cash actually was juked by McCaffrey so bad that his legs got tangled up, causing him to fall into McCaffrey's lower half. “I have never had a player tell me: ‘Hey, Coach, he shook me so bad that I fell into him,'" Rivera told the Observer. "He told me that and I almost laughed. But I appreciated the brutal honesty. ... Normally, players don’t want you to know they got shook.” Luckily for Cash, his rookie season's body of work on the active roster will speak a little louder than one bad tackle attempt at practice when it comes to making the team again in 2017.


    http://247sports.com/Bolt/Why-did-Jeremy-Cash-hit-Christian-McCaffrey-Heres-the-answer-105913315

    McCaffrey is scheduled to get a few pre-season snaps as the Panthers take on the Texans tonight. All that I care about is him remaining injury-free.

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    I'd like to see film of the hit before buying that explanation. Sounds a little too much like damage control to me.
     
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    I have been going McCaffrey crazy of late. I don't get star struck and I don't try and idolize athletes as heroes but this kid will be the real deal. It is a crazy prediction as I made it before, but I think CM could possibly win the NFL MVP award as a rookie. He is going to line up in the slot if Stewart is taking snaps and I guarantee he is going to throw a couple td passes. There is just no way defenses can key on this guy if coordinator Shanahan consistently gets this guy the ball. This offense is going to keep a lot of defenses off balance.
    It is nice to read all the great comments about CM form his own teammates and as training camp became private it seems that CM has already reached rock star status according to his fans and he has not yet played a down. His bloodlines are incredible, he is a great looking dude, he is an unbelievable worker, he arguably is the most dangerous rb since Barry Sanders all while graduating early form the toughest university in the land. Hollywood could not write this any better.
     
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    well said! It all hinges on how badly the negros in the league go after him to hurt him possibly ending his career. They are so afraid of this guy they will do anything to stop him because he is a strong, proud, powerful white man who happens to be the best RB out of Uni/college ever....Hopefully it doesn't happen but it seems it has already started in training camp.
     
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    It's official - Christian McCaffrey is turning the Caste System on it's head. The article below discusses a video taken during a join practice session between the Panthers and Titans in which McCaffrey jukes once, then blows past veteran LB, Woodyard, for a long catch and run. Check out the language being employed. "Embarrass," "look foolish," "the victim," "highlight reels." I've been doing this for a long time and I've never heard a white athlete being praised in such a fashion. If he has major success, this kid could change the way people think about athletes and help more white skill players develop out of high school...

    "The Carolina Panthers and Tennessee Titans were practicing together. That meant that first round pick Christian McCaffrey had an opportunity to embarrass someone other than his own teammates. The victim in the above video is Wesley Woodyard, a 10-year veteran who started 10 games a season ago for the Titans. He won’t be the only one made to look foolish in a split second this year by McCaffrey. Covering him with a linebacker is going to be a difficult task. Earlier in camp, video emerged of him turning all-pro linebacker Luke Kuechly around a few times. McCaffrey is going to be a better version of what guys like Darren Sproles and Danny Woodhead have brought to offenses coming out of the backfield, and he’s going to put some guys in some highlight reels they don’t want to be a part of when the season starts."

    Video: https://twitter.com/RRiotReport/status/898169012030492673

    http://thebiglead.com/2017/08/16/you-cant-cover-christian-mccaffrey-with-a-linebacker/
     
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    McCaffrey is a rare athlete. In an interview on Dan Patrick's show, he said he first dunked a basketball in 8th grade.
     
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    And yet evidently he is still not Carolina's starting RB. Even a guy who is their most exciting RB ever must serve a racial apprenticeship.
     
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    Besides the success of the Patriots and Burkhead getting some serious snaps and praise from naysayers out there, I really want McCaffrey to really tear it up for the Panthers. Ideally, at the expense of Newton. Christian shining, and even saving bad games by that over-hyped qb.
     
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    Despite just being put up on YouTube, it already has well over 7,000 views, and much more impressively 359 comments already. That shows the intense interest in Christian as the first White tailback in over a generation drafted early with the idea of him immediately playing a lot. But he will only be a Caste buster if recruiting patterns change along with the so-called scouting services. I don't see it happening without more awareness of where the institutionalized chokepoints are that thwart White football players, and more (strong and unceasing) criticism directed at them, ideally mixed with a serious lawsuit or three. Jason Sehorn was a popular player with a lot of fans, but it's now been 20 more years of Whites being shut out at cornerback in college and the NFL.
     

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