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  1. Leonardfan

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    Ah the undefeated...the racist black safe space within a pro-black safe space of BSPN. I won't bother reading that trash. Both Rhoden and Moon are obviously anti-white and pushing this black QB agenda. Always absent in these pro black, blacks are superior etc. non-sensical articles are the JJ Watt's, Luke Keuchly's, Harrison Smith's. With the argument they trip over themselves trying to make they conveniently leave out the effect of the caste system in propping up black players while systematically discriminating against white players. They are either too stupid to realize they are the prejudiced ones or they just don't care and they want to keep pushing the agenda. I have noticed that even before BSPN took away it's commenting section that their undefeated sub site seemed to never allow for comments in the first place.
     
  2. wile

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    The author Rhoden has a twitter account the tweet with this story attached has 3 likes. As I always say the Democratic coalition is 50% out right illiterate, literally, so trying to communicate via long form is essentially money flushed .

    And the article is the same old pitiful boasting I have heard for decades from losers like that. If I were the devil I could offer him the gift of "whiteness" and he would take it.
     
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  3. PHillisFan

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    Warren Moon will wither away waiting for his black qb messiah.
     
  4. Heretic

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    Former Texas Tech head coach, Kliff Kingsbury, becomes new head coach of Arizona Cardinals.
     
  5. wile

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  7. wile

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    FTR I am not in the least interested in being part of the conservative moan, groan outrage gang. I'm always looking for an attack surface instead, and I think I see one with the thread about the combine and prodays from Don and Carolina amongst others doing the drudge work for us.

    "Are you faster and more athletic than an NFL player?" I'll bet in my day I was comparable in some respect to the lower tier CBs for speed and agility, not saying I was a great football player but if measurables are it the NFL and Power 5 conferences are a bit of a joke.
     
  8. white is right

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    Moon has demons within him that may never be defeated. There was a theory that his first wife backed down on the charges because of the political landscape during their martial drama. Simpson was charged with first degree murder and it looked like even with the desperate plea for Black solidarity that, the plea would fall on deaf ears as the case looked like an open book exam. So Black civil rights leaders pleaded with his wife to not bring down the only decent quarterback that the NFL ever had that was black, so she backed down from her initial accounts of events that happened in their house.

    Moon it seems like he walks on water when it comes to his personal life as he has this domestic incident a DIU incident and still works for the Seattle Seahawks radio crew, I can't recall any White player with that baggage that would be anything more than a guest on local talk radio.

    He also won't let his draft snub by the NFL die as he has been an advisor to every top Black qb draft pick about learning how to deal with media and NFL culture. I remember when Moon played at Washington he had a decent senior season and was a smarter(who couldn't be) version of Radio passing wise. At best he should have been a mid rounds pick, when you are drafted at that level clubs don't give you long to develop. Essentially his CFL foray was a 6 year apprenticeship, there is no way an NFL club would ever be that patient in developing a raw prospect. If he played at the Washington level he would have been at best a career backup spot starter, similar to Vince Evans.

    As for his theory it's weak at best, I could see half the league being 6' roll out quarterbacks but at least half would be White, also Mahomes is clearly a Mulatto and Wilson while being Black is genetic wise basically Mulatto so that leaves one decent Black qb in Watson. Prescott will never be more than a journeyman and the guy in Baltimore is going to be a walking or limping disaster.
     
  9. white is right

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    Yes I failed to mention Cunningham as the the power of being an NFL star went to his head and he became so flaky that his own teammates even hated him. Also after this he flamed out and became a career back up after his Philadelphia days less the one spectacular passing season in Minnesota.

    Moon didn't seem to have those issues with teammates, also when Moon was charged with domestic abuse it was during the bizarre 93' season where Houston had a civil war with the offense verse the defense, Jeff Alm committed suicide when he killed a high school friend in a suspected DUI traffic accident. The season seemed like episode of the Twilight Zone with all of the bizarre plot twists.

    PS, the 93 Oilers also had Buddy Ryan sucker punch the OC of Houston and days before Buddy's death he still was unrepentant about the incident. Kevin Gilbride to this day refuses to forgive Buddy for his pugnaciousness....
     
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  10. wile

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    I remember seeing an interview with Cunningham and he said he used his time off from football to rehab houses in Vegas, good for him I say. I also remember hearing Reggie White say he was glad to leave for the Packers because he finally was on a team with a real QB that could win the SB.
     
  11. dolphins15

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    An interesting conversation by Jason Whitlock, Marcellus Wiley, TJ Houshmanzadeh, and Greg Jennings. I have always thought the hate for the Patriots was because of white skill players. The hate for the Patriots wasn't like it is now when Brady was throwing to Branch and Brown.
     
  12. Bucky

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    No offense but I won't bother listening, As long as it's only brothas able to discuss this, I have zero interest in what they say.

    Go Pats.
     
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    I saw this last night and shared it with a bunch of my buddies to hear their thoughts. Most said the hate was driven because of winning. Lol

    By the way, IMO, Marcellus Wiley has always been fair to white athletes and always praises the white athlete, never uses a stereotype and actually says white athletes are discriminated against at the skill positions. If you listen at the end, he comes out and defends white athletes by saying “hasn’t our life experiences taught us anything, white people can run, jump, win dunk contest, dance, etc.”

    In my book, whether black or white, I give credit to guys who are fair in assessing talent like Marcellus Wiley, Greg Jennings and Louis Reddick. I prefer listening to them over c*cks such as Skip G@yless, Nick Wright and Max Kellerman.

    I am also a fan of Colin Cowherd.
     
  15. wile

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    Well said Sapient. Wiley would be the man we could ask if he thinks or knows of discrimination in the recruitment of white athletes to play sports especially at restricted positions. Because it is my opinion that we can bust that taboo of actually asking such an explicit question because the anti-white left has basically broken that taboo for us.
     
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    Not Colin Coward for me.....I remember turning the radio off one morning after listening to him tinkle in his little girl panties about kneeling during the anthem....

    I do like Charles Davis.....
     
  17. Truthteller

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    In the last page of this thread, poster Deceptive Speed noted that the Philadelphia Eagles signed star middle linebacker Alex Singleton away from the Calgary Stampeders of the CFL. I saw him play in the Grey Cup last November and was very impressed - long haired white linebacker's are hard not to notice. However, I didn't remember his name, so when I saw "Alex Singleton" in the NFL transactions I assumed he was black. Glad DS pointed him out. I would say if Singleton was black, not only would he make the Eagles' 53 man roster, but he'd eventually start for them.That's how dominate he was for Calgary.

    Here's a name that clearly sticks out as likely white: Jake Ceresna. He's an athletic, white defensive tackle from Cortland State, who had a great season for the Edmonton Eskimos as a 24 year old in 2018. In only his second season in Alberta he was already considered one of the top defensive lineman in the CFL and since he's listed at 6'5" and 295 pounds the Caste stool pigeons can't claim he's too small. Last month he signed with the New York Giants -- a team he might have grown up rooting for, considering he's from Connecticut?

    Last season the Vikings signed former Edmonton superstar wide receiver Brandon Zylstra, a Minnesota native who grew up rooting for the Vikings, and he made the team and played a lot on special teams. Hope Jake has similar success on a Giants team that finally rid itself of racially aware GM Jerry Reese, who would've never even bothered to sign Jake Ceresna or might've signed him and made sure he could not make the team.


    https://www.cfl.ca/players/jake-ceresna/162428/
     
  18. wile

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    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DydNTd7UUAEhtc0.jpg:large

    These prog idiots just gave us an attack surface, I would reframe it by asking them if young white men should not even play football, but that is just me I'm not a reactionary I would rather them answer to me.
     
  19. La France Blanche

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    Although some people genuinely do dislike New England only because they've won so many championships already, the fact that the Patriots have won so much gives the more bigoted people the excuse they need to hate them without having to express their real reason, anti-white racism.

    Someday, I'd love to see a Super Bowl featuring a white-friendly team of plucky underdogs going up against a heavily black team that's won multiple championships and is full of cocky loudmouths. Even if the pro-white team didn't win, seeing the DWFs turn on the SJWs would be worth it.
     
  20. Tannehill17

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    The rumor here in dolphin land is that they plan on tanking the next season in order to be in position to draft Tua Tagovailoa in 2020. NowI’m not as down on Polynesian players as much as other posters here but the thing that bothers me is that I believe owner Stephen Ross is being strong-armed by the league, Roger Goodell, and the PC police into drafting one of these new breed of quarterbacks (Smaller, athletic, usually black) Tagovailoa wouldn’t be the worst thing to happen to the franchise but I just hate the way the league is going In regards to QB play.

    Tannehill didn’t get it done here not because he wasn’t capable but because they loaded up his offensive lines with sumo’s who couldn’t block worth a crap. Offensive line play in today’s NFL is some of the worst I’ve ever seen. Unfortunately this rebuilding by the Miami Dolphins also means that Kiko Alonso is most likely gone as well. I don’t know what this team is going to look like in the near future but I am indeed worried with a black GM and a black coach. Gase was a fairly white friendly coach and I hope he continues that up in New York. He didn’t deserve to be fired. Again I believe Stephen Ross has been strong-armed by the PC police into hiring this black coach without much of a resume.
     
  21. Don Wassall

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    I highly doubt there has ever been a need to strong-arm Stephen Ross to go along with any element of the Caste System agenda.

    From Wikipedia: "He is a director of the Jackie Robinson Foundation and the World Resources Institute. . .He serves on the Board for the Cornell Tech Campus,[35] a $2B redevelopment of Roosevelt Island including the Joan & Irwin Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute, a partnership between Cornell University and the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology that when completed will house several thousand post-graduate students, hundreds of faculty, and a high-tech business incubator.[36]"
     
  22. Tannehill17

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    You may be right Don. I hope Drew Lock is drafted so he can save this franchise from its own stupidity.

    Personally I think there are 2 insane teams who will overdraft before the Dolphins for the overhyped 2 wannabe QBs and we will be in position to build in other ways.
     
  23. Old Scratch

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    Pretty much happened in the Falcon vs Patriot SB. Not just the players but the high profile black Atlanta fans like the dirtbag "Bow Wow."
     
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    For the enjoyment of our Marcus Wiley fans here @ CF.

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    Former Nebraska starting QB, Zac Taylor, becomes head coach of the Bengals.
     

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