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Discussion in 'NFL' started by Leonardfan, Nov 21, 2016.
Zach Zenner is looking good in red at practice. Look at this kids monster calves. Damn he is built like a freight train. Hope they give him more than a few carries. I know I'm dreaming but
we have to have hope. If they let this kid loose he will flipping go off. The question is how bad do the Cardinals want to win?
Truthteller, that is good, me and wife only watch ESPN for the games literally nothing else and when the name comes up my literal first words are "ESPN sucks and other choice words."
Remember when the Jets cut Danny we thought it was over and BB picked him up, we all said it was for just one week since the Jets were that game? We can hope
Good Lord! They remind me of Arnies calves in this making of the Terminator interview from the early 90's when he was still a monster
You should ditch cable and get a Roku for $30. I bought one and now just pay $40 a month for internet. I'm saving $1200 per year now. I just stream whatever game I feel like watching on my computer and use Roku to watch anything else, mostly youtube.
Wile, the reason I locked ESPN, is because even though I hated and despised it (like you), I'd still check it out from to time for a few minutes (2015 and prior). But every time I tuned in it was either dull or worse - just bashing white athletes/lionizing blacks 24/7. Their war on white quarterbacks (Jets QB is now caught in their rancid, Kosher web of Goyim hate) has become so over the top, that only a fool could not see it. So by locking it (it only takes 15 seconds to unlock via remote), I've pretty much took away the temptation to watch it, even for a few minutes at a time.
Unitas, thanks for the info on streaming companies. But I bet most will eventually include ESPN -- Sling already does. ESPN is like a weed, it won't go away; regardless how much "Roundup" you dump on it. This system appears to be rigged in their favor.
Take away bundling and ESPN's white hate ends. Take away bundling and ESPN ends or is damaged significantly -- which is my hope. Take away bundling and the NBA is in deep, deep trouble. As I noted before, ESPN confiscates the money of everyone that gets cable. From the 90 something year old women who hates sports to her 30 year old granddaughter who also hates sports. In a sane society, this should not be allowed to happen. The FCC or congress should have stepped in long ago and forced them to pay channel status, like HBO. If that ever happens ESPN would have to charge up to $36** per customer just to stay above water!
Again, ESPN is basically keeping a bunch of crap leagues afloat (NBA, WNBA) by confiscating the cash of non-sports fans and handing it over to them. If bundling goes away and China continues to sour, NBA is back to 1980's level as a second tier league -- whites have already tuned out in huge numbers. But due to bundling and China, the NBA hardly cares....NFL and College Football are also enriched by ESPN's antics.
Great article on how ESPN operates. Take away the funding, and this rabidly anti-white monstrosity is finished? https://www.moneyunder30.com/streaming-vs-cable
Yeah, I currently have a $40 Sling package which includes all of the BSPN variants. The only time I EVER watch is if there is football on. I'm never tempted to watch any other programming on this vile anti-white network. But then again, I really don't watch much TV so it's not much of a temptation anyway.
As for the current all-out assault on white QB's, I find it interesting to note what quarterbacks are being promoted as replacements. Whether it's Trubisky, Dalton, Flacco, Mayfield etc. etc., the answer as to who should come in as the savior is ALWAYS a black QB. Whether trading for sCam (the latest hot trend) or drafting a wunda supa afflete. Not to mention the constant bleating about Kraepernick.
It's my opinion the nfl is dying. Therefore, the owners see no need in bringing this along slowly. They know their days are numbered and they want to hurry this black QB malarkey along before the whole thing goes bottom up.
The Cardinals play the Saints this week, I'm hoping the Cardinals did not only sign Zenner for intel purposes. And then one and done again.
Wouldn't it be great for Zenner to run wild against the Saints!
I see Truthteller already posted the same concern yesterday.
On another note, is it just me or is the media trying to will Cam Newton to Chicago?
I don't pay for any streaming packages like sling. There's enough free content for whatever you like watching PLUS everything regular youTube has to offer. Best $30 I spent in a while. Roku also lets you access "channels" through their search feature that they haven't even approved that play live cable programs for free.
A few people mentioned Sling TV and I just wanted to set the record straight on one thing. They have 2 packages, orange and blue, and only 1 of them has espn channels. I purposely chose the blue package which does NOT contain the anti-White networks. Instead I get the fox sports channels (FS1 and FS2) as well as a regional sports network. It’s like $25 a month and modified or canceled via the website at anytime. Much better than cable.
Check out Pluto TV. Its like having free cable pretty much. I'm just committed to never paying to watch TV again. Ive already paid enough cable extortion fees to the electric jew throughout my life.
Ok guys I don't want to get in trouble but use this. Just have good norton or mcaffee. Totally free and works amazing for so many sports.
Pretty comical reading through the rumors on weenieworld of all the available big name affletes up for trade including two CBs who have been labeled as the best in the NFL at some point during their careers. It will be interesting to see which teams are stupid enough to trade for one of these guys. Penny was a reach when he was drafted in round one and is proving to be a bust. Drake has been very average - perhaps they will let Laird carry the damn ball now after being the best RB on the team in preseason. Norman and Jenkins are both hacks at this point living off of former glory and both on the wrong side of 30:
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Redskins are shopping Josh Norman.
The Redskins, who will have a new coach soon, are firmly in the rebuilding stage of their development. In that vein, getting Norman off the books would be a no-brainer for Washington, though moving a declining veteran (and a highly-compensated one at that) is obviously much easier said than done. Norman, currently the second-highest paid corner in football at $15 million annually, holds PFF's fifth-worst grade among 112 positional qualifiers.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Giants are making CB Janoris Jenkins available ahead of Tuesday's 4 PM ET deadline.
Shrewd teams should be able to see through this facade as the Giants are clearly looking to unload Jenkins' contract in the midst of their rebuild. Despite his three interceptions, Jenkins has largely been a reliability this year, earning poor marks across the board from ProFootballFocus. Perhaps a corner-needy team will inquire, though the G-Men probably wouldn't get much for Jenkins at this point.
According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Seahawks have received calls from teams interested in Rashaad Penny leading up to Tuesday's 4 PM ET trade deadline.
Despite his first-round pedigree (though many deemed his selection at 27th overall a reach), Penny has failed to keep pace with Chris Carson, who has emerged as a legitimate NFL workhorse. That could make Penny expendable and while the Seahawks will surely command a pretty penny (no pun intended) for the former San Diego State Aztec, Rapoport's NFL Network colleague Mike Garafolo believes a trade ahead of Tuesday's deadline is certainly "possible." Penny, who has battled hamstring woes throughout his sophomore campaign, was held without a touch in last week's loss to Baltimore.
NFL Network'a Ian Rapoport reports the Dolphins are seeking compensation similar to what they acquired for Jay Ajayi in trade talks for Kenyan Drake.
The Fins received a fourth-round pick for Ajayi and that would probably be enough to move Drake, who is entering the final year of his rookie deal. Per Rapsheet, Drake, who has yet to score a touchdown this season while losing ground to newcomer Mark Walton, would be "more than open" to a change of scenery. The Lions, who just lost Kerryon Johnson (knee) to injured reserve, could be willing to meet Miami's fourth-round asking price.
Drake goes to the Cardinals....
NFL network says he could get the bulk of the carries...
What has Drake ever done to make him better than Zenner?
I haven’t looked up stats and measurables/combine numbers, etc.
I may be wrong, but give ZZ the rock, plus he has one more week with the playbook.
He was obviously unsure yesterday....So will Kenyon.
Yea what a crock of BS. The potential silver lining is that Laird may actually get to play. Drake has been pretty mediocre so I am sure it will carry over to Arizona. Hopefully Zenner gets some touches...if they don't just decide to release him.
Jets traded 2015 first rounder 6th pick overall DT Leonard Williams to the Giants. While not a bust of epic proportions he could be considered a disappointment for where he was drafted. Would love to see Gase start purging some of the affletes like he did in Miami and bring in some white athletes. Washington OT Trey Adams should be someone the Jets go after in the draft along with getting a real TE. They need to protect Darold.
Outside of Baker Mayfield and Goff no young white QB is really working with much in terms of a supporting cast while black qbs are getting good players surrounding them - Prescott has Elliott, Witten, Cooper and one of the better O-Lines in the league, Watson has Hopkins, Stills and Fuller, Eraserhead has had a whole offense built around him along with the Ravens drafting two white TEs as security blankets (Mark Andrews is already a top 10 TE), It's Pat has a whole scheme/system built around him and gave him Watkins, Hill, Hardman and Kelce, Brissett has one of the best O-Lines in the game.
The Jets roster is trash, the Bills roster is decent but not stacked, the Bears scheme and skill players are average to mediocre, the Eagles are a mess. Luckily for Josh Allen he has improved immensely and the Bills are 5-2 but in every other case it's the fault of the young white QB as to why their respective team's season is going the way it is. Even with Goff who has been good this year can't escape criticism.
Drake was brought in to keep the running back corps up, DJ Foster was placed on the IR, so Zenner and possibly Morris should be safe for a few weeks. The Cardinals running back depth chart resembles the Denver one from the rookie season of Hillis.
On a side note how doesn't the commissioner not void some of these "deals" the Dolphins management have negotiated, the deals are Charlie Finley like.......
Laird is active tonight, I believe for the first time this season. Could be the beginning of something you never know.
Dolphins have 2 other active running backs, Ballage and Walton. Both trash.
I fully expected Laird to be playing by now. Its a prime time game, what better way to scapegoat the worst team in the league. Would rather see “”” chosen hoke-nose””” 21 upsiders and a cucked Honduran coach. But beggers cant be choosy, so best of luck to Laird in an impossible situation.
Laird has been active all of October......
I keep waiting for him to get a carry or three....
Drake was middling up the depth chart....
Let’s see what the rest of the season holds....
Today is Andy Daltons Birthday. He turned 32 today and the Bengals are benching him. Dalton is 4th in nfl in passing yards and only a little over 100 yards from being the number one
passer in the nfl for total passing yards. Yet he is the reason the Bengals suck. It doesn't make any sense. I'm not saying he has been great as he has made mistakes but he is still having
a good year despite being on 1 of the 2 worst teams talent wise in the nfl. My point is that the losses should not be just directed at him. It's so unfair.
Trubisky in Chicago is being thrown under the bus too. Complete B.S. when some other qb's can fail for many, many years before they get rid of them. Look at Winston & Marriota to name a few.