NFL 2015 - Week 8

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  1. Freethinker

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    Crazy that we missed 2 full weeks of games. Glad CF is back.

    Last night was another dominate effort for the Patriots. Tom Brady was nearly perfect, carving up Miami's coal black defense with ease. 26 of 38 for 356 yards and 4 TDs!

    Gronk had 113 yards and a score while Edelman added 81 yards with 2 scores. After 2 big weeks in a row, Amendola was held to only 1 catch on 1 target.

    On defense, Ninkovich had a sack and a tackle for a loss.

    Great start to week 8!
     
  2. Quiet Speed

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    Glad to see the return of CF’s forum. One day we’re going to figure out an alternative place to post in case of crashes. :)
     
  3. FootballDad

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    Good luck with that! Unless one of us starts an alternative forum, Don's outstanding site is all that there is. Almost any sentence uttered on this site will get you summarily banned anywhere else.

    I felt badly for Tannehill in last nite's game. He had no time to do anything, his backfield did nothing to help, and his WR's were worthless.
     
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    Yes, great to see CF forum up and running again. It is also great to see the continued NE dominance!
     
  5. whiteathlete33

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    yes, sir!
     
  6. referendum

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    In the game last night either Nantz or Simms mentioned that Brady's supporting cast should be getting more credit for their excellence, its not just Brady.
     
  7. Thrashen

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    It was a great game last night for our guys. After grinding through a relatively flat offensive showing for the better part of three quarters, the Patriots emasculated Dan Campbell’s 20/22-black squad, piled on the points, and it was all very humorous to watch. In an interview before the game, Campbell (a guy I supported during his playing days) was talking about how he encourages his Dolphin players to “show off their dance moves†and “dunk the ball over the goal post†to celebrate after plays. He then talked about the love, brotherhood, and friendship he has with his players. He came off as a Bill Cowher-esque “players coach†who, like Cowturd, could very well be kissing his black players on the mouth in the near future…

    [video=youtube;u4cdb8i64zQ]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u4cdb8i64zQ[/video]

    It was great to see Ndamakong “The $114 Million Invisible Man†Suh continue his pedestrian play, this time getting abused by undrafted rookie center, David Andrews. Like the majority of his time in Detroit, Suh was utterly indiscernible from the other morbidly obese black bodies littering the Miami defensive line. He’s got no drive, no heart, no fortitude, no motor, no stamina, no football savvy, and very few pass rushing moves…the guy simply can’t play, except for after the whistle blows, upon which he’s like a man possessed! Albert Haynesworth’s ugly kid brother managed to accrue the same number of solo tackles (1.0) as QB Ryan Tannehill. I feel sorry that Tannehill and little-used TE, Jordan Cameron, are stuck on this perennial plantation.

    Edelman rebounded perfectly after a down week, snagging 2 TD’s. He’s on pace for 1,330 yards and 13 TD’s…

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    “Gronk†continues to be the most unstoppable offensive force in the NFL. The league’s best non-QB is on pace for 1,480 yards and 16 TD’s…

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    At 38, Brady simply looks better than ever. More agile in the pocket, better timing with his receivers, fewer mistakes, and ultra-focused. Nice to see him laughing with teammates on the sideline last night after stepping on the throat of yet another all-African defense that has no chance of stopping his diverse offensive attack that seems to reinvent itself each week.

    Patriots center, Bryan Stork returns from IR (designated to return) and is eligible to play next week. Last night, RG Tre Jackson sustained a knee injury last night that could help veteran Ryan Wendell retain his starting spot next week. Also, LB Dane Fletcher could return from the PUP list any day. It would be nice to see him contribute on defense and special teams.

    Since the site was down last week I wanted to mention that last week's game against the Jets, New England's top 4 receiving targets were white (Amendola, Gronk, Edelman, Chandler). This team is a nightmare for the Caste System!
     
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    Before the game, Phil Simms, usually as Caste-friendly as they come, said something like: “Everyone always says that Tom Brady doesn’t have quality weapons to throw the ball to…and I just look at them and laugh, because he has Edelman, Gronkowski, Amendola, and now Dion Lewis. These guys are great players and deserve more credit.â€￾

    Very refreshing stuff.

    Even without the great Jordy Nelson, the season has been very kind to our cause thus far. The Pats dominance, Woodhead looks great, Edelman, Gronk, Decker, Barnidge, Olsen, and Kelce on pace for 1,000 yards, and the general mediocrity of black teams (aside from Oakland, unfortunately) and black QB's.
     
  9. Leonardfan

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    During the forum outage Jeff Janis finally caught his first two passes in game action. Let's hope he continues to build on that momentum.
     
  10. Leonardfan

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    The Chiefs are playing the Lions right now in another stupid early London game.
     
  11. Leonardfan

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    The Lions are a putrid team. Their COAL BLACK defense is terrible.
     
  12. Don Wassall

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    Alex Smith had a flawless game with his arm and legs, setting a franchise record for rushing yards by a QB.

    The Lions have mailed it in already, after some improvement last year and much hype about their supposed "talent" they're instantly back to being a bottom feeder again.

    Caldwell should be fired after the season at the latest, but it'll be interesting to see if the clueless Ford family keeps him around for 2016.
     
  13. Leonardfan

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    Don't forget about the black GM Mayhew too. He has gotten a free pass as most black GMs do.

    The Lions need a total makeover. They need to draft a reliable white tight end who can do it all - not the glorified mediocre black receiving "tight ends" they have. Their defensive line and linebackers are among the worst in football yet they all have that amazing upside allowing them to give up 45 pts today.

    Glad to see Alex Smith destroy them today.
     
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    The forgotten Brian Hartline with a TD catch!
     
  15. Leonardfan

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    Giants secondary just blew a coverage - Colston wide open. Good thing Uncle Tom Coughlin cut Cooper Taylor a few weeks ago
     
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    The Lions need to clean house. They should fire the GM Mayhew and the Head Coach Caldwell and start from scratch.
     
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    Make it two TDs for Hartline! One for Barnidge also.
     
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    Drew Brees with 300 yards and 4 TDs in the first half, video game stats
     
  19. Leonardfan

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    Yep gotta love that upside laden Giants defense.
     
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    Why do all these receivers try to make one handed catches rather than get two hands on the ball? How can coaches put up with this? It's all because BSPN made a big deal out of an overrated catch by Beckham last year. He just tried to catch the ball with one hand again.
     
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    I really am starting to like this team alot more. If we can just get Manziel to start they will be one of the good teams to root for. McCown is a good passer but too old to be a franchise qb. I would have rather seen Manziel groomed into the permanant job this season.
     
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    Troy Nicklas with two TD catches for Arizona
     
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    Marc Mariani actually allowed to play receiver, makes a nice 19 yard catch.
     
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    "Thrashen
    It was a great game last night for our guys. After grinding through a relatively flat offensive showing for the better part of three quarters, the Patriots emasculated Dan Campbell’s 20/22-black squad, piled on the points, and it was all very humorous to watch. In an interview before the game, Campbell (a guy I supported during his playing days) was talking about how he encourages his Dolphin players to “show off their dance movesâ€￾ and “dunk the ball over the goal postâ€￾ to celebrate after plays. He then talked about the love, brotherhood, and friendship he has with his players. He came off as a Bill Cowher-esque “players coachâ€￾ who, like Cowturd, could very well be kissing his black players on the mouth in the near future…"

    For some reason it's not letting me quote posters.

    Anyway, the jury is still out on Campbell. We won't really know what we have with him unless the interim tag is removed. I did like the fact that he seems like a no-nonsense kind of guy, not to mention the fact that he's a big time metalhead (He had long hair during his playing days) That lends me to believe he may be more fair to white players if he is indeed retained. Of course, thats just an assumption. Joe Philbin was a HUGE negrophile and he had to be removed like the cancer he was. Also remember, Dan Campbell wasn't the one that put this putrid coal black roster together. Unfortunately, my biggest fear is that even if he does well with the crap he's been given to work with. Our "fearless idiot leader" Mike Tannenbaum will find some other caste clown to replace Philbin with and thus the cycle continues.​
     
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    With 29 seconds left in the 3rd quarter Brees has 408 yards and 6 TD passes, could be a record setting day for this brilliant QB.
     

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