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    Eric Smith...last pick of the first day...jets have a good draft.
     
  2. lumsdenpower

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    Bloom and Hass,Anderson,Bergeron was dont draft [​IMG]
     
  3. Don Wassall

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    Eachcommercial during the draft, as always, showed obligatory "diversity" and "multiculturalism," but every time when they zeroed in on the reaction of a player when he was drafted, it was strictly segregation-ville. The black players were surrounded only by black family and friendsand the whites only by white family and friends. Gee, aren't those "hate crimes"?
     
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    Here is a list of some players that should get drafted on day 2...most of them early (at least I would hope). There is alot of real good talent among those players. If I missed out on anyone feel free to add. This is by no means a complete list.


    Mike Hass
    David Anderson
    Ed Hinkle
    Jeremy Bloom
    Troy Bergeron
    Kyle Williams
    Spencer Havner
    Mike Kudla
    Bruce Gradkowski
    Drew Olson
    Matt Bernstein
    Garret Mills
    Jeff King
    Owens Daniels
    Ryan O Callaghan
    Zach Strief
    Mike Degory
    Greg Eslinger
    Mark Setterstrom
    Rob Ninkovich
    Ryan LaCasse
    Will Derting
    Paul Walkenhorst
    Tim McGarigle
    Scott Ware
    Reed Doughty
    Jaxson Appel
     
  5. reclaimsocal

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    As a lifelong Vikings fan I am so freaking pissed off right now, I'm about ready to kick the Tarvarus out of something. What a freaking joke. Not only do they saddle the franchise with another Negro signalcaller who will invariably be given more then ample opportunity to win the starting job in a few years, but they trade two 3rd round picks to move up, even though it is highly likely he would have been there if they had stayed put. According to my compilation of draft rating he was on average the 16th rated QB in this draft. (For the record this is the first time I have put this data together, and it was amazingly accurate) Why would a team draft a "project" from a small school in Alabama when there is a guy sitting there in Croyle who played in the same state, at an infinitely higher level of competition and was rated higher by nearly every scout and draftnik out there? I was highly suspicious of this team when their new owner claimed to be the son of "holocaust survivors", as a proud White Nationalist this almost caused me to cut ties as a fan. Then they blew out a lot of the bad Black seeds, and I decided to hang in there. If this Tarvirus kid ever gets annointed the starting QB, that will be the end of it for me.
     
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    Hopefully Mike McMahon can show something and put together a good preseason and maybe he will start over Jackson after Johnson is gone. It is really a bad pick...I was excited about the Vikings too. They had Greenway and got Ryan Cook and Fox was moving back to CB.
     
  7. texasheat

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    Sorry about your Vikings draft reclaimsocal. Tavaris who?? My Sporting News draft guide lists 19 QB's of which he's not even listed. Then in the Dallas Morning News Top 100 he's nowhere to be found. Then he gets picked in the 2nd round?? Yikes. Sounds like the Vikes could have got him in the 6th or 7th round.

    Anyway, being a lifelong Cowboys fan, this has been a great day. Having endured the whole TO crap (and waiting for him to melt down the team in a year or two) it was cool for the Cowboys to draft Carpenter and Fasano. Although I am confused about Fasano as we already have Witten & the 'Pokes have needs in more pressing areas (OT, S, DE). Oh well....
     
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    Please, someone, record all bizzare draft moves. Remember these. We can unscrew the system soon. Once the caliber of play drops dramtically, people will wake up and turn to leagues that are not racially biased. We will become more outspoken for certain prospects, though not explicitly racialist. I noticed an article about CF was attempted on wikipedia a while ago, because I found the deletion conference. If all of these examples, from this draft are recorded, a powerful case can be made publically eventually.

    Anyone ever try writing to SI. I did a couple of times, but they didn't put it in, like millions of others. But if we can get more people to put stuff in, maybe it'll be provided.

    I can't watch the NFL anymore [​IMG]
     
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    The Cardinals are draft pick killers. When was the last time Arizona/St. Louis let a QB prospect emerge? Jake Plummer was mentally shot by the time he left that Alcatraz. That team and the Bungles keep drafting near the top and never go anywhere. It's fitting that they signed Emmitt Smith for his glorious last season.......... [​IMG]
     
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    The Cardinals are draft pick killers. When was the last time Arizona/St. Louis let a QB prospect emerge? Jake Plummer was mentally shot by the time he left that Alcatraz. That team and the Bungles keep drafting near the top and never go anywhere. It's fitting that they signed Emmitt Smith for his glorious last season..........

    The cards have not drafted a great Qb in a long time. Leinhart will get to develope behined Warner and when he's ready have Larry Fitszgerrald, Aquan Bolden, Lenard Pope, and Edgeren James.
     
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    It's ridiculus that Young went ahead of Leinart but I think Arizona is a good team for him. They let McCown go and Warner is near the end of the line and they have a lot of talent on offense.
     
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    A lot of over-analysis in this draft I think. Tavarius, Sims, Young, PFFFFT. Yes the caste system was omnipresent on day one. Highly touted, accomplished white players getting passed over for non-descript blacks...that about sums it up. Meanwhile, as has been pointed out many times by now, the best receiver in the country sits at home wondering if he'll get to play football again.

    These coaches are a bunch of PC clowns as well as most of the owners.
     
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    Every year it becomes more obvious that either the NFL is a total, pro wrestling-style charade, or it is just run by idiotic, glorified gym coaches. The race question is what we are most concerned with here, and this draft showed again just how hopeless the situation is for white players. If you watched any of the pre-draft hype on ESPN and the NFL Network, you saw every "analyst" virtually demanding that Tennessee pick Vince Young. You also saw most of these same clowns intimating that Matt Leinhart's stock was dropping. Think about it; a superhyped black QB has lackluster workout performances, and scores an incredible 6 on the wonderlic test, yet his stock doesn't fall? At the same time, last year's consensus #1 pick, Matt Leinhart, does nothing to diminish his value, yet every jock-sniffer in the media parrots the mantra that his stock is falling, for no discernable reason, and their inexplicable prediction comes true when several teams with horrible QBs pass him by on draft day. Then there was Lendale White, who was this year's Maurice Clarett. How many negatives can one player have going for him, and yet still have every lame, wannabe comedian on ESPN demand that teams take a chance on him? This clown showed up fat and out of shape at the combine, then ran a Clarett-like 40, then it was revealed he had a torn hamstring, and finally we hear that he failed a drug test. What an attractive package! What is Tennessee thinking in taking this idiot? Norm Chow doesn't have the influence to get his star college QB (Leinhart), yet he does get his slow, plodding backup RB, who isn't even as good as Chris Brown or Travis Henry, backs he already has?

    As usual, many teams made incredibly stupid picks and decisions on draft day, aside from their clear allegience to the Caste System. Marv Levy has to be completely senile; Buffalo took some safety about 10-15 picks higher than anyone had him projected in the 1st round, when they could have traded down with several teams to pick up additional picks and still get him. Then they give away a 2nd and 3rd pick to trade up and grab a DT that wasn't projected to go until about two round later. Wow- nice job, Marv. How about Minnesota? After actually taking a white LB (Chad Greenway), the rest of their draft was horrendous. This organiation handed the starting RB job to Chester Taylor, and drafted no one to compete with him. I guess Mike Tice wasn't the only moron there. The Redskins continued to trade future draft picks for no reason, in order to select nondescript black playere they could have picked later.

    As for the lack of white skill position players drafted, Mel Kiper just summed up the Caste Position pretty well when he declared that Jeremy Bloom would make a decent kick returner/4th or 5th WR. When's the last time you heard anyone that fast projected to be a 4th or 5th WR? Unbelievable. Sorry, but Mike Haas has no chance. There just is no Matt Jones out there for us to root for.
     
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    I think Drew Bennett Will have a great year..Vince Young is not the type of player who play for race..I Think it will be a great connection..For be no liar.I'm happy about the selection of Young..Drew Bennett is a professional for the long pass..Matt Leinart is not the type who throw big pass..Vince Young or Cutler was this guys.They choice the black..I appreciate much Cutler then young but i cant make anything..I will support the titans because they have very talentued white player
     
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    Calvin Lowry..the titans select this guys..on the picture of nfl he is white..he is white or he is a light skinny&?
     
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    Garrett Mills the best fullback and now he is tightend was select by Patriots!Great choice by Patriots who make run their fullback..And if corey dillon big sh*t is hurt maybe Garrett will have a chance to runEdited by: lumsdenpower
     
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    14 Black WR's taken, 2 Black QB's who project to WR taken and Devin Hester who may eventually wind up as WR is taken and Mike Hass, the top WR in college football last season still sits undrafted.

    What a crock of Sh*t!

    And for the record Lowry is light skinned Black, not White.
     
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    Lumsden Power, I enjoy your post and appreciate the pro-white ferver in their content, but got to dissagree with you on this one. Vick Young will not throw to Drew Bennett anymore than the other super brother Vicknair did. We will watch year after year of Vick Young doing his impression of Ron Mexico.
     
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    I am sure that bennett will have a 1000yards season
     
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    wow this 4th round is just plain terrible...i am so pissed right now
     
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    Six black receivers already gone in the 4th round plus Michael Robinson who may play WR. Will Hass, Hinkel, Anderson, Bloom, Kilmerand Bergeron get drafted at all? Hass should, Bloom will probably be taken as a KR,but after that. . .
     
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    i wish titans select bloom or hass [​IMG]
     
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    That's 16 Black WR's, 2 Black QB's who project to WR and Devin Hester who will likely end up at WR all taken... Hass is still available.

    F'n Joke.
     
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    The bias against the white athlete has never been more obvious than in this draft. The NFL creedo should be " Whitey need not apply".

    Hass is suffering the same draft day bias as Luke Staley did a few years back. A player who was voted as the best in his position, but is relegated to nothing more than scrub status in the eyes of the NFL geniuses who waste high round picks on the Lendale White's and Maurice Clarett's of the world.
     
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    Perfect example of the Caste system in play!

    With the final pick of the 4rth round the Pittsburgh Steelers select Orien Harris DT out of Miami, who is Black. With the first pick of the 5th round the Buffalo Bills select Kyle Williams DT out of LSU, who is White.

    Let's compare the two shall we....

    Orien Harris, 6'3" 298 lbs
    Kyle Williams, 6'1" 298 lbs

    Orien Harris 5.27 40 yard dash
    Kyle Williams 4.99 40 yard dash

    Orien Harris 25 reps at 225 lbs bench press
    Kyle Williams 32 reps at 225 lbs bench press

    Orien Harris 1.5 sacks in '05
    Kyle Williams 4.5 sacks in '05

    Orien Harris is known as a chronic underachiever
    Kyle Williams is known as a "high motor" guy (code word for would be first round material except he is white)

    Now you tell me, why would anyone take Harris over Williams, given that Williams is virtually the same size, faster, stronger and more productive in college? Anyone who has seen Williams will note that he is lightning quick off the snap... I think Pittsburgh must be factoring in SKIN COLOR when making their picks [​IMG]
     

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