NFL 2014 Week 16

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  1. Don Wassall

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    Any of those three teams can beat Seattle in a playoff game, and Denver should be added to make it four. I remember at the beginning of the season some here were just like Crissie tonight and were already conceding the Super Bowl crown to the Seahawks as repeat champs before they proved to be quite beatable for a stretch of games. They still have to get by some tough teams to repeat.
     
  2. Jack Reacher

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    LOL

    It's pitiful.

    Then we get to the post games remarks, wherein the Usual Suspects make sure we get the happy, smiling, major playah alpha dogs breakin' it down for us schlubs ... and it's always the same remarks, since they aren't going to have anything original to say. That would be asking a lot, even from such intelligent, insightful gods like these.
     
  3. Wes Woodhead

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    Jack Reacher I appreciate your presence on this great site. All of your few posts have been great so far. Stick around brother. Lots of great posters have diapered over the last year. That Israel Cohen quote has been thrown around the site a few dozen times in the 5 years Ive been reading Castefootball, but it simply cant be repeated enough.
     
  4. Jack Reacher

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    Good analysis. I really don't think they can win it all again. And I hope that turns out to be the case, because I'm not sure how much more of the bullsh*# exaggerations of Wilson's abilities at QB and PR fluff for Sherman and Lynch I can stomach. :tongue:
     
  5. Jack Reacher

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    Thanks! Glad people are aware of the quote and the Usual Suspects behind it and what we see in sports today. So much of what the public sees is artificial, yet so many are still not aware that it is. But that's what happens when people aren't aware that war is being waged against them. The NFL is the biggest tool in the area of social conditioning (under the heading of sports) in the US. Sometimes I become so aggravated...
     
  6. Wes Woodhead

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    Im just curious brother, did you lurk for any amount of time before you signed up, or did you jump right in?
     
  7. BeyondFedUp

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    True, and fair enough. I hope someone, anyone at this point can take them out. The hype is almost unbearable for Pete's plantation criminalistic team, and Sherman gets passes thrown right to him and somehow he's given worshipful credit for standing there catching them. This looks too much like last year, but they are beatable.
     
  8. foobar75

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    If I'm not mistaken, this is the tie-breaker scenario in the NFC:

    If SEA, DAL, and DET finish 12-4, SEA wins the 3-way tie and gets the #1 seed due to better conference record. I do not believe there's a team in the NFC that can beat Seattle at home in the playoffs. Therefore, it's critical for DAL and GB to win next week, giving DAL the #1 overall seed. SEA would be #2 and GB #3 in that situation because the Cowboys beat SEA earlier this year.

    The ideal situation was GB getting the top seed but they blew it last week. They're a good offensive team at home, but there's no way they'll beat Seattle on the road. Russell Wilson will be running circles around that porous GB defense and the outcome will be a repeat of the season opener.

    If the NFC championship game is played in Dallas, the Cowboys would have a chance there. And in the SB, either NE or DEN would be formidable opponents.

    Don, I was one of the people who conceded the SB to SEA early on and you're correct that they hit a minor slump at one point. But their defense is healthy again, and they're playing well and peaking at the right time, and should be favored once again. It's a nightmare scenario, but sadly that's what we have at this point.
     
  9. Jack Reacher

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    I looked the place over a little bit before knocking on the door and being let in. I know I'll put my foot in my mouth here and there, but I know what's going on for the most part. That's why I'm here.
     
  10. Wes Woodhead

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    Ok good deal. I would recommend to any new poster IF you have the time to check out all the amazing articles from years past. Its damn good reading.
     
  11. BeyondFedUp

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    I was on the Dallas message boards and if I'm not mistaken, the general consensus is this:

    The only way Dallas can have the #1 seed is if the Birds to lose to the Rams, Dallas to win at Washington, and for the Det/GB game to end in a TIE,...very unlikely.
     
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    I think a lot of [White] announcers try to go on and on about Blacks' supposed "poise" and "intelligence" because they think it makes them seem enlightened and not racist.

    What's ironic is that pandering to Blacks in this way is the most racist thing to do.

    Truth is the great lot of them are barely above the upper threshold of mentally retarded, so fawning over them like this is giving them a false sense of entitlement. That is a racist statement but also a realistic one, and unlike caste announcers I will not pretend to think otherwise in some sanctimonious, self-serving, self-congratulatory attempt to prove to everyone that I'm not a bigot.

    Another problem with this praise of Blacks (almost ALL of it either COMPLETELY undeserved or vastly exaggerated) is that with it comes a complete dearth of acknowledgement for the accomplishments of Whites.

    To honestly sing the praises of Whites is anathema to the Black cause, because in general the good things Whites do on the field are honestly superior to the accomplishments of Blacks (ie, a mediocre day for JJ Watt would be a CAREER DEFINING day for any Black defender, and an OFF day for Tom Brady would be the GREATEST performance of Teddy Bridgewater's career, etc.)

    White announcers have become such ******* that they think that even acknowledging a White player's good performance is "racist" and a dig at Blacks.

    Whites are the unloved foster kid who can play the piano better, gets better grades than, and is a better athlete and taller and better looking than the foster parents' real fatass ****** son, but who cares, right? The little queer will go to Chuck E Cheez and be congratulated for pulling a C in remedial algebra.

    Affirmative action.

    White man did it first. White man can do it better.

    Give opportunities to Blacks who neither merit them nor can make the most of them.

    Whites still outshine Blacks when given the opportunity, usually in such spectacular fashion that it's embarrassing for Blacks and thus the media goes into full damage control.

    That truth is not recognized.

    The machine rolls on.
     
  13. foobar75

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    Yes, I was mistaken, Seattle has all but clinched the #1 seed. They will not lose to the Rams next week and the GB-DET game will not end in a tie.

    It's very, very depressing. Seattle is officially BRA's team, and our worst nightmare. Our only hopes are:

    DAL/GB play the games of their lives on the road to beat them, failing that, NE, with Brady/Gronk/Edelman & co makes it to the SB and takes them out.
     
  14. BeyondFedUp

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    I am a Cowboys fan from way back, but I just don't have the faith in them like the teams from Aikman's or Staubach's eras. If Dallas stays at the #3 seed, then they will play the loser of the GB/Detroit game in Dallas. Then, if they win they would have to go play the winner on the road, where they've been 7-0 so far this year...BUT, either way, that would be tough.


    I think NE is Whiter than Dallas, correct? I really think the Pats could handle the Birds on the neutral field in the SB. For the Pats to kill the Birds in the Big Dance would be priceless.
     
  15. Jack Reacher

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    Giovani, I agree with what you say, but I will also say that the announcers in some cases know what's going on, but they also know which side their bagels are buttered on.

    Yeah, they do pander, and it makes them feel better, they get a pat on the head from their masters and a big fat paycheck each week.

    The machine is going to burn out. I see you are in Westwood, I am not too far away. You probably have a good idea of the multicult hell that Los Angeles has become. I am amazed how some people can be out here at ground zero of the tribe's campaign and not be aware of how fragile it is, that the smoke and mirrors will eventually give way.
     
  16. Wes Woodhead

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    Dion Sanders is not the best talking head in the world but he DID just refer to Jordy Nelson as one of the best 3 WRs in the NFL. He said he dosent understand why Jordy dont get the respect he deserves.
     
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    And if NE vs SEA is playing for the SB. The BSPN writers and many MSM will start pushing the White team vs the very dark and athletic team in sh*tbirds. God, I hope if that happens, NE wins. I can only hope that DAL or GB takes out SEA first.
     
  18. foobar75

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    Jordy suffers from melanin deficiency which explains the lack of proper respect issue. And if anyone gives him respect, it seems to be mainly the black analysts. But word is definitely getting out, as evidenced by the recent SI cover. I really hope he gets to 100/1500 next week, it's well within reach.

    In terms of match-ups, I also like NE's chances against anyone, including SEA in the SB. If they had a healthy Gronk, they would've beaten the Giants 3 years ago.

    I pray he and the rest of that offense stays healthy. NE's defense is also much improved this year, this may be the best all-around, balanced team NE has had, even going back to those early 2000s SB winning teams.
     
  19. BeyondFedUp

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    I wish what you're saying is true. I don't see their efforts and plans going anywhere except to fruition 'til Christ stops it in His Return. Nor do I see anyone except people like CFer's and a minute amount of Whites waking up at all, not as long as people live by their television's mantras and that sway of public opinion.


    I used to live out there in your neck of the woods; I was in the San Fernando Valley and in L.A. all total about seven years in the 90's. Among other things, I was there for the King arrest and subsequent riots, the Simpson trial, the fiasco of 70% voter-approved Prop 8 being overturned by one scum Federal judge and seeing hordes of illegals pour over the border that night on the news in L.A. and San Diego counties. All the aforementioned was planned, orchestrated, and used to bring about the Jew World Order and our intentional destruction as a people and a race. I got out in late '97 after all was over but the shouting. Minorities and the elitist Jews have ruined Cali and the latter have their face set like flint and their eyes are on the rest of the ussa. They are succeeding at an accelerated pace, brazenly duping the DWs into reprobate status with no fear of any countering effect or foe.
     
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    Why wasn't this season "rigged" for more black QBs in the playoffs? Seattle won last year's Super Bowl 43-8. How is that illegitimate?

    If the Super Bowl was fixed, why not make it a closer game? People turn off their TV when there is a blowout.
     
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    I work in Westwood Ca, hence the name "Westside". I have seen these rich truly misguided Jews propping up the Dem party and Obummer. Now, they are in a panthic in their attempts to defend this failure of a Administration. One of the days I will remember always when I met Clint Eastwood and congratulated him on his "empty chair" spoof on Obama in 2012 at the RNC. He got a real kick that I described it to him and the rest of my friends agreed with him . I believe he is 83 yrs old. Great guy.
     
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    In showing the Vikings highlights, ESPN declared that Teddy Bridgewater was the best rookie quarterback so far. I know most Viking fans think not as they have actually watched the games. Teddy has 13 td to 11 interceptions and has been abysmal in crunch time. Derek Carr has 20 TDs to 11 ints.

    On another note, JJ Watt led his team in tackles with 8 including one sack. I would like to see him get the MVP. Especially, if Houston somehow made the playoffs.
     
  23. Awake in America

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    3 of the top 5 for sacks are white. 6 of the top 24. After that, there are no other whites in the top 50. I've yet to have a doubter or DWF even attempt to explain the "odd" distribution of white players in the stats. I'd welcome the attempt. I offer racial bias in favor of black players as the reason. Some doubter come up with a better one.
     
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    Of of course BSPN is going to say that about bridgewater. Carr has been a really nice player and considering what a **** organization with a terrible dark roster it's amazing he has been so effective. He is easily the best rookie and already better than every quotaback besides the midget. Bortles has really been developing nicely as well. Bridgewater is on his way to being a mid tier starting qb. If norv turner leaves minnesota look for sewer waters play to decline.
     
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    I hate Seattle but if anyone has seen that movie with Robert Deniro playing an Eagles fan who quickly changes his mind on Bradley Cooper's GF I have to admit Luke Wilson is someone to root for. Like his speed. Their other white TE from Duke is another gifted athlete and Walters returns punts. Ok it is still hard to root for this team but like Dallas and emerging quickster Cole Beasley some of these dreaded teams do have a player or two that are hard not to root for--that said I'm still a Packer/ Patriots guy and would love to see them in SB---but I fear Seattle will win again ughhh.
    BTW is it me or is Phil Simms turning into to a real prick?
     

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