Well yes of coarse your right on all points. Ive had all those thoughts too, and they are all very true. Obviously. However, these last few years have been interesting to study. A few years back white skill position guys made a tiny breakthrough. Woodhead had a two great seasons. Hillis was an undeniable superstar. Welker had been, and continues to rewrite the record books(which led to a flood of other white WRs). For years every time Brian Leonard got the ball he looked great. Kuhn, and Nelson were instrumental in the Super Bowl run for GB. Gerhart, and Hester both dominated NCAA. Our guys had a great start. Lots of momentum. All this, and more should have led to an influx of White skill players, and an increased roll for proven vets... Instead its led to Pass Interference hardly ever being called in obvious racial situations. Its led to proven white stars being buried on the bench. Its led to literally countless phantom holding calls that would have been a nice gain on a white mans stat sheet. Monster performances totally ignored by all media(Hartline, Foles?). Yes brother I believe its painfully obvious that steps have been taken to first, hinder the stats of existing white players, and second keep out up and comers. They want it back to 1994, and once they get it back that way they must never let little accidents like Hillis, Woodhead, Welker, Hartline, Nelson, Decker, Weddle, Leonard, Cooper, and a lot of others happen again. For now I think TE is safe, but for how long I dont know. I believe the NFLs absolute number one rule is no star white tailbacks, or corners. Second is that if you have a badass white WR he is not allowed to be THE man on the team. Somebody name me a white WR that is the #1 option on his team other than NE. Sure there are 5 or 6 that SHOULD be, but none are. Third is the quotaback crusade. Its gone past the point of reason. These coaches are not stupid men aside from the black ones, and even they arent your typical retarded negro. Back to Woodhead specifically. Were going along good, Winning games. Our QB looks great. We got a chance at a real run for glory here. Ok, lets bench our second best offensive player for most of the game. Yeah that makes sense. Now we can lose a few in a row. No coach concerned with winning would target Woody less than 20 times a game every game.