Luke Kuechly

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  1. norsereich

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    Top 5 NFL linebacker already! The sole bright spot on the panthers awful majority black defense lol. White men make up 3 out of the top 5 best linebackers in the NFL! Yes you read that right, in a league that is 80 percent black or higher lol, White men have fought their way back to become elite linebackers in the NFL (once again!). Has anyone noticed that every safety and cornerback in the league are horrendous (and please don't be an idiot and think just because a cornerback has 5 interceptions, that he doesn't give up 100 years receiving to a wide out a game lol). Blacks make up 97-98 percent of the secondary, and GUESS WHAT?! that is the worst position in the NFL lolllll.
     
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  2. Extra Point

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    Kuechly looks like he'll be a star for a long time to come.

    What's funny is that before the 2012 NFL draft he was receiving the usual anti-white criticism that he was "unathletic."

    When he proved his athleticism at the combine it was "he makes all his tackles downfield." Sure. He had around 190 (!) tackles in college and they were "all downfield."

    All Kuechly does is play well and prove the racists wrong.
     
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    Ha ha ha! Kuechly had 16 tackles today as the Panthers upset the Falcons. 11 of the tackles were solo. He's dominating in the pros the same way he did in college.

    All those who tried to downgrade him before the draft now look like fools. I've no doubt that they'll continue to claim that "all of his tackles are downfield" as a means of denigrating a white player. All this will do is make them look stupid.

    Kuechly is an impact player and a star! :arms:
     
  4. Don Wassall

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    Congrats to Luke for leading the league in tackles in his rookie season!! :high5: And even he had to serve a short racial apprenticeship, first playing outside instead of the middle, and not being a starter early on.


    Panthers LB Luke Kuechly led the NFL in tackles with 164 this season. Kuechly is the first rookie to lead the league in tackles since Patrick Willis did it in 2007 and it's not a fluke. He sheds tackles and goes sideline-to-sideline at an elite level right now. He also made an absurd 532 tackles in three seasons at Boston College before declaring for the draft. Kuechly will stick in the middle next year, meaning Jon Beason will have to find a new spot.
     
  5. Tom Iron

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    Yes Don, Kuechly's the outstanding defensive player of the draft.

    Tom Iron...
     
  6. Extra Point

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    Since white players such as Posluszny, Laurinaitis, Greenway and Kuechly have so many tackles the anti-whites have come up with a new chestnut - "tackles are overrrated."

    This, of course, only applies to tackles made by white players.

    When the racists talk about Vontaze Burfict they say he's a "tackling machine." When they talk about Kuechly they say "tackles are overrated."

    I suggest new statistical categories, TMBBP - tackles made by black players and TMBWP - tackles made by white players. This will help the DWFs ignore the accomplishments of white players and focus on the black players they worship.

    I also introduce the following "mathematical" equation to help DWFs clarify their beliefs: {a > b even if b > a}, when "a" stands for the number of tackles made by a black player and "b" stands for the number of tackles made by a white player.
     
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    Or they're all "downfield tackles." I've seen a number of DWF forums say that about Pat Angerer.
     
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  9. Extra Point

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    Luke Kuechly led the NFL in tackles and should be named the 2012 defensive rookie of the year.

    Naturally, the anti-whites are promoting various blacks for the role. Among those they tout is Bobby Wagner, who has fewer tackles than Kuechly.

    They apparently believe that Wagner is a better candidate because tackles made by a black player are worth more than tackles made by a white player. Thus, a black linebacker who makes fewer tackles than Kuechly is called a better player because his tackles are magically worth more than tackles made by Kuechly, a white linebacker.

    Pure racism.
     
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    Notice how it shows the last few rookies to lead the nfl in tackles, the two black guys were droy, Zach Thomas was not
     
  11. bearclaw500

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    Reading a few sports web sites and all the DWF comments, it seems Bobby Wagner is now the favorite to win DROY. I guess after hearing that Chrissy Colinsworth voted for him, everybody is falling in line. While Luke Kuechly is often mentioned, nobody is mentioning Harrison Smith, who I think should win the award.
     
  12. Kaiser_Soze

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    Kuechly will have more solo tackles next year than Bobby Wagner will have total tackles. Believe it.
     
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    Secondaries in the NFL are so horrendous, people like to pass off the massive passing numbers we see in the NFL today as being solely because of rule changes but a much bigger factor is the simple fact that secondaries are awful nowadays.
     
  14. Average American

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    yeah, not only have the secondaries been downgraded talent wise.. but for me, they're hard to watch because of their style of play.
    Every play made in the secondary, is followed by a self-indulgent celebration. I understand gettin' off after you make an interception/pick6 etc.. but every single play (even the most routine plays) in the secondary are now followed by a group celebration. You're SUPPOSED to knock down balls thrown your way, a batted ball now sparks a
    3 homey-deep celebration.
    honestly, I hadn't heard of this guy (Kuechly), I'll have to try and watch him some next season. thanks for the heads-up.
     
  15. Extra Point

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    After Kuechly's excellent rookie season I went back and read some of the pre-draft scouting reports about him on the internet. I ran across this hatchet job by someone named Matt Miller.

    Luke Kuechly
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    Miller rates Kuechly as a third rounder "on a good day." He also makes derogatory comments about one of the best linebackers in football, James Laurinaitis.

    This is the kind of thing that influences DWFs. Reading Miller's comments makes one wonder if he's motivated by racism and hate.
     
  16. seattlefan

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    Kuechly wins Defensive Rookie of the Year!
     
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    This kid deserved to win this thing over Bobby Wagner by a mile. Look for him to put up mega stats next season and make everyone question his whiteness.
     
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    This is a conversation I had with a friend (a huge Alabama fan) while watching an SEC game. His beginning tone is only semi-serious:

    Him: "If your toughest linebacker is a white boy, your defense is hurting."

    Me: "Not if the NFL is anything to go by."

    Him: "Well, I'll give you Clay Matthews, but he's about it, now that Urlacher's gone."

    Me: "Yeah, not to mention the defensive rookie of the year last year."

    Him: "Who's that?"

    Me: "Luke Kuechly, for Carolina. He led the entire league in tackles as a rookie."

    Him: "Oh. How is that spelled? Is he Italian or something (this is a Bama fan, so an Italian on defense is something to which he can relate)?"

    Me: "I'm not sure, but I don't think it's Italian."

    We moved on from there, as I didn't want to go into Brian Cushing, Chad Greenway, Sean Lee, A.J. Hawk, and on and on.... This is a guy who follows football far more than the average person, but he had never heard of Luke Kuechly. He's probably not alone, not by a long shot.
     
  21. davidholly

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    He's one to talk, Alabama's coal defense can't stop a nose bleed anymore. The only one who actually makes plays is Sunseri. The successor to AJ McCarron looks to be black too.
     
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    There has been a concerted effort by the anti-whites to never refer to white men as men. They always call them white males or white boys.

    Unfortunately, many white men unthinkingly go along with this program. White men should always refer to white men as men not boys.

    To show the double standard calling white men white boys is socially acceptable but making a reference to black boys would not be.
     
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    This is in the NYPost today, written by Phil Mushnick.

    Carolina LB Luke Kuechly. Linebacker? He plays all 11 positions — at once. His vision, speed, tackling and sense of circumstances are extraordinary. He just never seems further than a foot or two from the ball.The widespread notion that QB Cam Newton “makes Carolina goâ€￾ is badly overstated. Without Kuechly, Newton’s opportunities to make Carolina go would be minimized.

    joegoofinoff...
     
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    Luke Kuechly was announced as the 2013 Associated Press Defensive Player of the Year on Saturday at "NFL Honors."

    Congrats Luke!

    With JJ Watt winning the award last season...consecutive white players have not been won Defensive Player of the Year thru at least the 70's!!
     

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