NFL 2013-14 Playoff thread

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  1. Don Wassall

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    They started five, but the second tight end Luke Willson played a lot of snaps, and WR Bryan Walters also played at least a few snaps according to an earlier post.
     
  2. The Hock

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    Brady missed those passes badly. Wasn't he dealing with a thumb injury earlier in the season? A tender thumb could account for the ball sailing on those longer throws. And boy did Edelman and Collie have their guys beat.

    That McCourty DB for the Pats is one of those guys who's always around the ball. After his assignment catches it.

    If Gronk is there, Amendola has some good catches and the Pats win. That's how much of an impact player Gronk is.

    That's it. I think I might have the flu.
     
  3. GiovaniMarcon

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    If it is true that a nagging injury helped make Brady less accurate than he could have been, it's classy that he doesn't make excuses for himself.

    He's typical of White athletes in that they share the credit when they win, and don't point fingers when they lose.

    Nearly the exact opposite of how Blacks behave when they lose. Of course Kapernick is being called a choker, but he's got a LOT of defenders in the DWF community blaming his team for his garbage performance.

    A major difference might be that, if Whites WERE the type to point fingers, the way society is today, DWFs would rightfully call out this finger-pointing as classless and childish.

    Blacks however, are encouraged to behave this way, and are enabled by DWFs that coddle their sensitive egos.

    Just another example of how DWFs (and in a larger sense, the liberal community as a whole) is subconsciously racist against Blacks because they hold Blacks to a separate, inferior standard of behavior. Yet, DWFs are simply too stupid to recognize their own condescending, racist, "Black people are our pets" attitude, where Blacks cannot be dealt with like normal people, but need to be pandered to. What a trash attitude.

    Remember Haye versus Klitschko? Rather than just say, "good fight; you win this time, but I want a rematch," Haye started in with his BULLSH*T excuses about being injured.
     
  4. davidholly

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    Funniest thing about Haye's "injury" is that it was just a stubbed toe.
     
  5. Screaming Eagle

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    Before I pass judgment on Richard Sherman, could somebody translate what he said into English. I could not understand a word he said.
     
  6. Matra2

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    In a way Belichick's low class attack on Welker was worse than Sherman's outburst. It put me in mind of the time Belichick refused to play Welker in the first drive in the playoffs against the Jets as punishment for a witty press conference aimed at the Jets. At that time I thought Belichick was putting moral grandstanding (ie narcissism) ahead of the team. Maybe he never really liked Welker. No one expects a well thought out comment by Sherman but Belichick who had a full night to sleep on what he was going to say came across as bitter and whiny. Enjoy watching the Super Bowl on TV, genius.
     
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    Belichick and Welker appear to have had a complex relationship, something that we're learning more about now. In addition to the Jets game you mention (which, btw, resulted in a slow start for the Pats from which they never recovered and lost), we heard Welker say this year that he had to "endure Belichick" during all those years in NE and of course, now this latest, unwarranted cheap-shot.
    Let's also not forget Welker's departure this past year from NE was not a clean break.

    Who knows what the real deal is, but for me, the big story right now is Welker's third trip to the SB. After being unfairly scapegoated for that dropped pass two years ago, this is an opportunity for redemption and I really hope he plays a critical role and helps lead DEN to a SB victory and get his well-deserved ring.
     
  8. foobar75

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    I think this picture is a perfect illustration of the depths that this country has fallen into. We are very close to rock bottom in my estimation. A sea of DWFs, literally worshipping this loathsome thug. This kind of garbage would've been unthinkable not long ago:

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  9. Leonardfan

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    The funny thing about the Seahawks DWFs is that they are fairly new aka Fairweather. Looking forward to see what kind of support they get when they start losing. It is imperative that the Broncos defeat this chicken**** team in the Super Bowl.

    The Welker non-story is an obvious attack on a talented white athlete. I can't get enough of that play, the Pats disrespected Welker in the off-season, BB let his ego get the best of him thinking that Welker (along with Woodhead) were expendable. I am not a Broncos fan by any means after the Tebow issue and won't be happy for the organization but will be happy for guys like Manning, Welker and Decker. Hopefully Welker takes out Sherman in the super bowl :nod:.
     
  10. Don Wassall

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    The SI-CNN website currently features as its top story in the upper right: "SHERMAN: Why I called out 49ers Crabtree."

    "Idiocracy" is too kind a word to describe the agenda of the demons who direct "popular culture."
     
  11. BeyondFedUp

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    Indeed. I cannot to tell you how sickening that picture is to me. That looks like a poster for a movie made by Spike Scum and his zio-masters about their much welcomed end of White civilization. That is truly, truly awful...
     
  12. GiovaniMarcon

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    I agree with Leonardfan in that the Seahawks' DWFs seem to be a relatively recent occurrence. I attribute it mostly to the following, in no particular order:

    - a new quarterback; the Seahawks' fans wrongfully assume that Wilson is an elite talent, and will be their messiah just because they happen to be winning right now. However, he is basically a middle-of-the-pack talent, and as soon as he is saddled with a supporting cast that can't mask his deficiencies, he will be exposed as such.

    - Seattle is in general filled with a bunch of stupid-assed, trendy, pretentious hipster douchebags and ******* (San Francisco is much the same way), who see the worship of non-Whites as some kind of demonstration of a forward-thinking society. They epitomize pretentious yuppies in that they are generally above-average in income, live in elitist, generally-White neighborhoods, but pretend not to be racist, or are too stupid to realize how racist they really are, deep down. Such fans typically see Black thug athletes as cartoon characters; acceptable in the context of the stadium and the afternoon of the game, but would not like it at all if they were neighbors and they had to actually put up with people such as Sherman nigging out on a regular basis.

    - Everybody loves a winner. Look at how popular the Bulls were in the early to mid 90s. How about now? Look at all the Miami Heat fans now. Where were they, say, around the early to mid 2000s? The Lakers? Used to be a contender. Maybe not so much now, which is why so many of their gay-assed pussy fans are sporting Cleveland jerseys in Los Angeles.

    Some teams have their die-hard fans even if their squad is a perpetual loser (see Steelers, Bears, Raiders, et al), and although these DWFs are loathsome, at least they have some simple-minded, dumb animal loyalty to their vicarious life. Seattle, too will come crashing down eventually because Wilson just isn't very good. I can say that about a lot of White QBs, too, but the difference is middle-of-the-pack White QBs are known as such, and Wilson is being treated as if he is the real deal, when he is not. Most of their current, trendy fans will go back to worshipping whoever wins the most recent Superbowl, as is their wont. Hopefully Seattle won't win on SB Sunday.

    Look at all the people who thought RGIII would be this awesome, game-changing talent. He's already been exposed, injured, and will be crap for the rest of his "career." His apologists who can't admit they were always wrong about him like to comfort themselves with idiotic woulda-coulda-shoulda scenarious ("if not for his injuries, he would have made Steve Young look like a child," etc.). The rest of his fairweather fans have sensibly defected like the sissy girls they are to the next trendy winner.

    They've latched onto Wilson. If he wins, they will have their God. If Manning wins, Denver Broncos merchandise will sell even more.

    Such is the mentality of these faggy DWFs. They live such incredibly empty lives that they want to live through "their" team. Listen to them talk.

    "We have to work on defense."

    "We did well last week."

    "We had a tough time against the Eagles, but we'll come back next week."

    What's all this "we," dude? You work at friggin' Sports Authority. Just ring up my shoes and stfu.
     
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    :lol: LMAO! I bet we've all encountered people like this. I know I have.
     
  14. Don Wassall

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    From Weenieworld:

    The NFL confirmed that Wes Welker's hit on Aqib Talib in the AFC Championship Game was legal. Bill Belichick now looks even more foolish for whining about the collision that knocked Talib out. It wasn't offensive pass interference or unnecessary roughness because the "rub" occurred exactly when Demaryius Thomas got his hands on the ball. NFL VP of officiating Dean Blandino said he spoke to Belichick about the incident. "We talked about the situation and the play, and obviously there is a difference of opinion there and something that we'll continue to look at during the offseason," he said. Pick plays have been in the league forever, and are often run to perfection by both the Patriots and Broncos.
     
  15. sport historian

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    I've observed pro football for well over 50 years and the hit wasn't out of the ordinary.
     
  16. seattlefan

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    Seattle fans are notorious for being fairweather fans. That includes their baseball and basketball teams (supersonics).
     
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    So I turned on NFL Network and listened to them actually compare Wilson to Manning because he attended last years Superbowl.
     
  19. jaxvid

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    Weather-wise it looks like we may get a break. Despite most of the country going through a deep freeze so far this winter it may be moderate (for February) with temps in the 30's for the Super Bowl. This is big for the Broncos. If Denver can run it's offense with minimal interference from the weather they could win big. Seattle has a good defense but it's an offensive game now. I can't see them staying in a shoot-out with the midget at QB. However it's the Super Bowl so maybe the lights will go out again.
     
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    Amazing that for the week of the Super Bowl there has been 3 whole posts. I would guess that this pretty much sums up CF posters view of this game. Sure, we have a clear-cut CF favorite, but outside of Manning, Decker, and Welker there is nothing to talk about. The entire lead up to the game has been about Demaryius Thomas and his crack-dealing mom and grandma, and Richard Sherman.
     
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    Yeah, really. At this point, I think we’re all left wondering what more racially-agreeable Superbowl match-ups could have been? Packers/Patriots, Eagles/Patriots, Packers/Broncos, Eagles/Broncos, Packers/Chargers, Eagles/Chargers, etc. It should be noted that the Broncos and Seahawks were the most consistent teams in the NFL this season.

    The “best case scenario” for this Sunday’s match-up is that Richard Sherman shuts down Demaryious Thomas, holding him to zero catches. Meanwhile, Seattle’s other CB, Byron Maxwell (who does seem to have some talent after taking over for suspended drug-cheat Browner), is abused by Eric Decker for several long TD catches. Wes Welker dominates the intermediate passing game, moving the chains whilst tallying over 10 catches and 100 yards. The Seahawks also scheme to shut down Julius Thomas, leaving the “forgotten man,” Jacob Tamme, open for a few key receptions and/or TD’s. The living legend, Peyton Manning, is flawless against Seattle’s extra-black defense, throwing for over 400 yards, no picks and several TD’s. Manning, Welker, or Decker are named Superbowl MVP...although Welker is most preferable due to his vast contributions towards our great cause.

    Meanwhile, Plantation Pete and his sinister crew fly back to Seattle where they are greeted by thousands of suicidal, frenzied, rioting DWF’s clad in neon green and fiercely incensed by their team’s mortifying loss. The fanatical rabble lashes Richard Sherman to a telephone pole, where they leisurely pluck out his Tarantula-leg dreadlocks, one by one, before burning him at the stake. Wigger Pete is skinned alive, his wrinkled hide and tanned and worn by the leader of the inebriated, Negrophillic DWF throng. Russell Wilson bound, gagged, blindfolded, abducted, set ablaze and tossed from the top the Space Needle. Marshawn Lynch’s gold-ensconced “grill” is smashed with the sledge hammer and his body cast into a lava-like vat of boiling Skittles...

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    Wow you really put a lot of thought into that. :faint2:

    My dad was a big Archie Manning fan back in the day and now he's a big Peyton Manning fan. I bought him a Broncos cap this week and I hope it arrive before the Superbowl.
     
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    I read this, and figured why not check up on Superbowl coverage. They are talking to DeSean Jackson, and the most they have talked about is Riley Cooper saying ****er. Skip says "most evil word in the English language". I think this is why not many posts. Really is it worth it to spend time for an entire week talking about ONE game? Now its getting closer to the weekend I can see it. I am happy they have Sherman to talk about because if not they would spend time talking about stuff like the Riley Cooper "incident". God forbid they actually have to talk about actual football. The most they do is make a prediction on who will win. Why not talk about how Seattle likes to hold, and interfere with receivers, usually getting away with it? Oh they showed how "great" Wilson is in the pocket by showing clips of them playing the Saints, where he has 8 seconds to throw against terrible defensive backs.

    oh they manage to drop in Jonathan Martin "getting bullied" because Jackson writes children's books? saying that grown men in the NFL DO get bullied all the time?
     
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    Is this the first Super Bowl in history where all 22 of the defensive starters have room brightening smiles?
     
  25. foobar75

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    I really don't care much for this SB, except to see Manning win his 2nd ring and for Welker/Decker to play a critical role in a Denver victory. But that doesn't mean there aren't some caste angles to consider here. A win by Seattle would be a huge boost for the system, and a big blow to our cause. That franchise and their fan base represent everything that is wrong about football and sports in general, and I never want to see evil triumph.

    Bottom line, I'll be watching the game and rooting for the Broncos, mute/change the channel during the commercials, and skip what's guaranteed to be some homosexual/devil-worship themed half-time show by doing something productive.
     

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