Darrelle Revis (and Josh Freeman) reportedly unhappy with Tampa coach Greg Schiano

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  1. BeyondFedUp

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    No way it could be that the black affletes feel entitled to do whatever they want and "it must be Whitey's fault if we be losin'...". It could never be that.

    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap10...le-revis-reportedly-unhappy-with-greg-schiano

    This gutless reporter and worthless, shallow article doesn't dare touch the facts, and that the Coach is the Coach, and in the old days, he was the one you obeyed, or you took a seat on the end of the bench. These prima donnas think the world should revolve around them.
     
  2. Westside

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    If I am the coach. Cut Freeman or attempt a trade, good luck with that.LOL Trade Revis somewhere anywhere. If he doesn't he is looking at 2 and 14 season. How does it feel affeletic enablers.
     
  3. whiteathlete33

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    Looks like Schiano has lost "da support of da bruthas." Revis has always been a little bitch, while he was with the Jets and now with the Bucs. I can't imagine what it's like coaching such a whining crybaby.
     
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    The thing is this. With blacks, it's always an illusion. Whether they're at your feet, or at your throat. Everything can change in an instant. That's where so many of these coaches get in trouble. They think they're in control of the situation, which isn't the case at all. A black guy could praise you one minute and say your a know good rat the next. I'll say this in defense of the coaches though. They know the score as far as employment goes. They know it's company/league policy to have a certain percentage of the team be black and they must do what they're told in that regard or be unemployed. So they're in a box themselves. I sure wouldn't want to be a coach today who has to tell a White guy he's cut after the White guy outplayed all the black guys on the team all through training camp. That must really stink. But, they have to do it to hold onto their jobs.


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  5. GiovaniMarcon

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    That's the trouble with Blacks (among a myriad of their other problems). When they fail, and failure is a common thing for them, they are so delusional, spoiled and entitled that they don't own up to their failure, analyze their mistakes, and build upon setbacks to improve themselves as people. Instead, they point fingers and blame others for their own shortcomings.

    In this case, Freeman and Revis don't "suck" (they do); their coach just "failed" to bring out their potential.

    You can't make a silk purse out of a sow's ear, nor can you make another Tom Brady or Peyton Manning out of Radio or a Corky.

    Most Black players are radio with delusions of grandeur, and everyone in the league is too paranoid about being called a racist to just call it like it is.
     
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    Freeman is not an NFL quarterback. He's destined to be a career journeyman backup ala Jason Campbell. He knows he's on the outs in Tampa and he's doing whatever it takes to make it look like he isn't at fault for not being an NFL caliber QB. The fact that he's so petulant, being late for practices, not appearing in the team photo, etc.. should be a red flag for any NFL GM thinking of picking him up that he's not a leader. Of course some caste-ian GM will probably ignore all that because they still think he has "dat upside"
     
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    Why not? He has the same skin color as Midget Wilson, RG3, EJ Manuel, etc., so based on that, he can be just as "good". Just like the slow black WR on a local football team can become Randy Moss with a little "coaching". :dizzy:
     
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    I hope for the day that the affletes absolutely destroy a franchise, a looting so complete that the vermin sports media is in shock especially when their black butt buds in the studio with them turn on them. I think the NCAA is about to lose football to the inmates. What these stupid white leftists don't understand is that black people communicate amongst themselves and these turd white leftists think all communication goes thru them, they got another thing coming.
     
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    I don't know much about Schiano. Even if he isn't the epitome of a class act, I wouldn't want to be one who wants to see a coup against him by black team members. Not sure what you meant. An overthrow/mutiny against a White coach by majority of bad attitude Blacks, regardless of his win/loss record, is a WIN/WIN for the Caste system in my opinion.
     
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    its terrible at the high school level, where at most maybe 1 or 2 per year may get a scholarship to d1 (fbs or fcs) Then all the ones who don't cause a fuss saying the scouts "be rayciss"
     
  12. Wes Woodhead

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    That is such an honest, and clever why to put it. Most of them really are radio with delusions of grandeur. Thats just so perfect. Of course such an honest statement could never be voiced on the air to the sheep.

    I recall one of the sports shows, on one of the sports channels a couple years back discussing which of the major sports had the most intelligent players. All three heads were in agreement that football employed the most intelligent athletes. Baseball, they all thought, was filled with the least intelligent athlete overall.
     
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    i'm pretty sure football will beat NBA and MLB any day of the week, I am not too sure about hockey though. definitely NOT soccer, either
     
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    Joe, you have been "outed" by your own ebonics.
     
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    You do know that joe is the same venerable poster formerly known as Tom Iron, right?
     

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