NFL 2015 - Week 5

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  1. Thrashen

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    Patriots-Cowboys will be a prime time tilt featuring a plethora of white pass-catchers (Edelman, Gronkowski, Amendola, Chandler, Beasley, Witten, and Escobar). Too bad Dallas, one of the whiter teams in the NFC, will likely lose another game.

    In the other games, the following outcomes are preferable:

    Woodhead to humiliate the Steelers.

    Watt play well tonight in prime time against the Colts.

    Tenneseee beat Buffalo, with Chris Hogan playing well in a loss.

    Cincinatti beats a struggling Seattle team, Burkhead getting some carries/catches.

    Jacksonville beat Tampa Bay, with Gerhart stealing some carries from a struggling Yeldon.

    Philadelphia beat New Orleans, with Cooper/Celek/Ertz playing well.

    Zenner continue to get reps for Detriot against a quality Arizona defense.

    Cleveland TE, Gary Barnidge, continue his streak of nice play against the all-black Ravens defense.
     
  2. woody39

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    Great write up Thrashen. Looking forward to a good week of nfl action and most importantly our white guys shining brightly.

    Personally as my name suggests looking forward to Woodhead destroying the Steelers.

    One name i will add is hopefully Coby Fleener has a big game again, nice to see him with some consistency to match his athletic brilliance.
     
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  3. Riggins44

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    In addition to Watt playing well tonight, let's have Luck have a breakout performance, another strong performance by Coby Fleener, some carries by Tyler Varga, a few catches by Griff Whalen, and strong defensive performances from Henry Armstrong and Bjorn Werner.
     
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    Varga and Woerner both inactive :undecided:
     
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    Hail Mary pass caught by Texans at the half. The super affletic Colts secondary with an unbelievably pathetic defensive effort on the play...but Whites can't play DB.
     
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    That Hail Mary completion displayed some of the least athletic coverage skills you'll ever see. Ball travels 50 yards in the air, you're standing at the goal line, you outnumber the receivers, and know full well the play is coming. Only NFL DB's could be so inept and remain employed. The Colts DB's are horrendous against a subpar Texans passing attack...can't wait to see the white Pats offense castrate them in a few weeks.

    Perhaps Indy will allow Colt Anderson a chance to play safety?
     
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    I watched the last 30 seconds of the first half of the Colts - Texans games.

    Texans quarterback Brian Hoyer threw a hail Mary pass into the endzone with one second left in the second quarter. Four or five Colts defensive backs congregated behind the receiver milling about and bumping into each other. The receiver easily caught the ball in front of them.

    It was one of the most comically bad plays I've ever seen. It was like something from a Benny Hill sketch. It was the kind of thing you stare at in disbelief and wonder "Did I really see that?"

    This play illustrates how bad secondary play is in the NFL. One of the reasons is the NFL only has blacks playing defensive back ignoring the many quality white players who would upgrade the overall quality of play. You can't tell me there aren't white men out there who couldn't have defended that pass better than the "affirmative action" black defensive backs did.
     
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    Houston's black DBs kill any chance of a defensive stand with their penalties.
     
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    Wanted the Texans, but feel great for 40 yr old Hasselback . Great person and great wife and kids he has. Congrats to him on his second win while Luck heals.
     
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    - After a decent game last week, Fleener goes back to being ignored. No catches for Fiedorowicz either.

    - Nice game by both Hoyer and Hasselbeck. Really, Mallet was playing pretty good too until he was injured. Considering sports media's blitzkrieg on white QBs, I guess this is a positive.

    - Unfortunately, none of Watt, Cushing, Crick, or Simon were able to make any big plays in the national spotlight. Probably the most disappointing aspect of this game.

    - Love how every time the commentators mentioned Watt, they had to keep throwing Clowney's name in there, as though he's been 'lighting it up' or something. Then Phil Simms tells an outright lie, claiming that while watching film, Clowney jumps off the screen. Really now? Shouldn't such a freak of nature be able to muster up more than 12 tackles through 5 games? Then Sims starts rambling on about the Clown's long arms. Jeez, I'd hate to see how bad he would play if he had short arms...

    - Arian Foster a no-show except for the long pass reception late. He's looked like garbage since his triumphant return.
     
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    The defense on the Hail Mary pass was so bad, I'm seriously wondering if it was scripted. Nothing more exciting than a Hail Mary completion for the home fans. The filthy Jews that run the NFL don't give a **** about "integrity" of the game. With helmet communication, 2 minute warnings, timeouts, and controlled refs, plays and outcomes are easily scripted. I think the members of this site should be particularly open-minded to the probability of significant scripting in the NFL. We see many agendas in play that have nothing to do with competition or quality of play. The NFL has become a huge circus.
     
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    Why didn't the NFL "script" last year's Super Bowl for a Seattle victory? Since posters are always harping on how bad NFL defenders are, why should it be surprising they would give up a Hail Mary TD?
     
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    That may have been J. J. Watt's least impactful game as a pro. He was effectively double-teamed the entire game, mostly or completely by White tackles Jack Mewhort and Anthony Castonzo and tight ends Jack Doyle, Coby Fleener (and black TE Dwayne Allen) -- which is likely why Phil Simms downplayed their impressive feat so much. If it had been blacks doing the shutting down there would have been countless references to their athleticism and fully realized "upside."
     
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    A few years ago, a bloated nose tackle Redskins signed a $100 million contract with the Redskins and promptly compared his situation to slavery when he was asked to convert to a slightly slimmer 4-3 tackle. Multiple former Eagles had no problem calling Chip Kelly a racist for trading them. More importantly, look at the plethora of high time preference criminal mischief as proof that NFL players would never toe the company line about even the occasional fixed play. They would all, individually, hold this ransom over the league forever. Fixed plays require the same integrity as an honest game, perhaps even more.

    Rather, the average black DB is probably in the league through some combination of luck, nepotism, racial bias, conformity amongst league scouts and evaluators, and bizarre sexual fetishes of those scouts and evaluators.
     
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    The exhausting task of playing 35 snaps was apparently enough to result in yet another injury for Jadeveon Clown:

    Jadeveon Clowney was seen wearing a walking boot on his right foot. If the injury happened against the Colts on Thursday night, we didn't see it. Clowney was moving fine throughout his 35 snaps and actually had one of the best games of his career. We'll have more info on Clowney's condition as soon as it becomes available.
     
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    Sure fire upside prospects have been flopping at very high rates last couple years LOL .
     
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    Gutty performance by Matt Hasselback last night.
     
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    I was either reading or half listening to someone talking about draft prospects - I think it was a college football show - anyways that were taking about their current favorite "freak athlete" Fournette and the commentator referred to Clowney as a generational type talent - its
    amazing how they just keep these outright lies alive. Clowney is obviously a bust - not living up to any of the unwarranted hype.
     
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    I also saw Fleener blocking Clowney one on one in pass protection. A pass catching tight end left alone to block an "elite" pass rusher?!?
     
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    And "fixed" games would require enormous payoffs, which means it wouldn't be profitable.
     
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    That overhyped afrolete is a walking bandaid & getting close to becoming a genuine "bust".
     
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    Clowney had three whole sacks his last year in college. The mainstream media called him a "once in a generation" player. It was laughable.
     
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    http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/f...appened-49ers-qb-kaepernick-article-1.2392647


    Good article on the demise of Toucan Krapernick. It also discusses the future of the Miami job - Mangini may be a candidate - he has a history of being somewhat white friendly. I do feel that Suh has undermined that organization though - pathetic that one mediocre, media hyped up afflete can have that type of impact. What is more pathetic is that they let him.
     
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    Hope the phily eagles can have a good day. Cooper involved early and Maragos starting on defense. Come on chip kellys boys. Need to get Ertz involved more imo.
     
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    Dalton to Eifert TD!
     

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