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  1. Extra Point

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    Yes welcome back. I hope to see more of your posts here.

    If I recall correctly you follow the Bills. It must be nice for the Bills to finally have a franchise quarterback, Josh Allen!
     
  2. Bucky

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    Foster Moreau and Dawson Know both having stellar Rookie Season's at TE. I'll give our CF Scouts a pat on the back for calling this out in the pre draft process.
     
  3. white lightning

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    Now Garrett is alleging Rudolph called him a racial slur. Classic move.
     
  5. Hartline

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    Saw it coming. Its total bs of course. One of the other players would've heard him. Rudolph looked far angrier than Garrett when it would've been the reverse if Mason called him a slur. Also for some odd strange reason it took Garrett a week to announce this while his name was being dragged through the mud (rightly so) all week by various media outlets. You really think Garrett wouldn't have used the race card to defend himself? 90% of even black athletes/journalists were disavowing him.
     
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  6. Don Wassall

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    And while Garrett engages in the time-honored race card scam of alleging an obvious hoax that the media will take dead seriously instead of being skeptical about it (Weenieworld calls it "an extremely troubling allegation"), Rudolph predictably takes the cuck route and blames himself for Garrett nearly seriously injuring or possibly even killing him. So much of what is unfair and sick about American society and the role one-sided racial politics plays in it are packed into this incident. Here's Rudolph playing the step n fetchit role White men are all but required to these days:

    Mason Rudolph apologizes for his role in fight with Browns

    https://www.post-gazette.com/sports...arrett-suspenssion-brawl/stories/201911200110
     
  7. Old Scratch

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    Who didn't see that coming?
     
  8. TomIron361

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    Interesting. No matter the subject, it's always about race with blacks. A group of neighbors (actually, I can't imagine a black neighbor but it'll due for this example) could be standing around talking about crab grass taking over their lawns and a black in the group would accuse the racist crabgrass of doing it to his lawn because he was black.
     
  9. BeyondFedUp

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    He probably should've!! And what is with all is effing cucking??!!! Sickening to the freaking core!
     
  10. Shadowlight

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    After studying the incident for a bit ( I saw it happen live too) I came to the conclusion that Garrett should be suspended for the rest of the season ( which was decided but still not certain if it could be extended) and be allowed to start next season.

    After this piss ass cowardly prank about racial slurs which by the way still doesn't give him the right to possibly murder the so called "suspect", I would suspend him another year just for being a weasel worm despicable ass wipe that crawled out of a hell hole.

    I don't care how big this dude is. One thing he isn't is a man.
     
  11. Westside

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    With all of the cameras and corresponding angles and sound the NFL employs at games, it would be easy to determine if Mason uttered a slur which I highly doubt. Just more TNB to lop on top of big TNB. Unreal!
     
  12. Westside

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    BSPN is reporting that the NFL found no evidence of a racial slur. I would suspend this POS for half of the next season with his compound lying. Disgusting f*ck!
     
  13. Flint

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    he’ll lose his black teammates for that more then anything. They hate that kind of show of weakness. Especially since a couple of them crossed lines to support him.
     
  14. La France Blanche

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    A variation of Godwin's Law: In any argument or conflict between a black and a white, as the argument goes on, the chance of the black playing the race card will approach 100%.
     
  15. CrazyFinn

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    Mason Rudolph doesn’t come across as a typical pandering, beaten-down cuck white male. Maybe I’m wrong, but I think he was forced (told) to apologize. Could’ve been a combination of owner Art Rooney II and Tomlin pulling him aside and telling him what he had to do. The Rooney family needs no introduction and neither does Tomlin who still hasn’t said a word in defense of his QB.

    If you’re Mason Rudolph, what choice do you have? He’s not exactly on solid footing with the organization, a 2nd year backup forced into starting after Ben got hurt.

    There was zero reason to issue any sort of apology after he was basically assaulted with a deadly weapon.
     
  16. sport historian

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    Black folks themselves use the N word a million times a day.
     
  17. sprintstar

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    The negro should be banned for life, charged with attempted murder with a deadly weapon, hopefully convicted. He used a weapon(helmet) to try to kill Mason out of blind rage...end of story
     
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    That was my impression also. But whether he was forced to apologize or not, it goes back to what White men are expected -- and all but forced to do in this anti-White society.

    Just as blacks played certain roles in the (((movies))) of the 1930s and later -- step n fetchits, submissives, funny, showing bug-eyed fear, etc., and often acted that way in real life -- now White men, including professional athletes, know that in any racial situation they have to be submissive and never acknowledge any kind of racism or hatred directed against them by non-Whites, especially blacks. That's the work environment Rudolph must exist in and go along with, which is why I've always strongly disagreed with those who occasionally single out a random White quarterback or some other White athlete and excoriate him for not acting the way we would want him to in some ideal society, essentially martyr himself to please a group of anonymous posters on a marginalized web forum, when they know they have to act in certain ways to keep their jobs, just as about everyone does now with HR harridins and gatekeepers and change agents everywhere, always watching and monitoring everything.
     
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    Absolutely true. As I was reading this, my phone b-dinged with a meeting notification for early December from our company CEO in regards to "harassment training". Under current corporate rules around the country, I would have been fired (and my future wife, too) for our work courtship and relationship. Normal male/female interaction is now illegal! #metoo. Interestingly, Alan Dershowitz just released a new book titled "Guilt by Accusation" in regards to this very matter and how his life was turned upside down by false accusations by a woman (who HAS to be believed.)
     
  20. BeyondFedUp

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    Which is why I despise their double-standard. If they were so utterly "offended" and crushed in their soul by this word they wouldn't throw it around so flippantly, and all the while laughing while doing it. It's nothing more than a tool and a means of a power trip to use against Whitey because they despise us. The more we cuck, the more they disrespect and hate us. Thus the cycle continues and the problem gets worse.

    I did appreciate the fact that Rudolf stated after denying using the racial slur that he will not address the issue again. I'm sure the (((media))) will try to force it but I hope he just says it's a closed issue and moves on to the next question. He stated he is simply going forward and looking to the next game. Someone may say it's a canned response but it's about the best he can do. Here's hoping the league will just one day implode. I look forward to it self-destructing once there are essentially no more Whites to speak of.
     
  21. white is right

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    That book is rather self serving, the woman that accused Dershowitz of statutory rape at "Rape Island" wouldn't know the weasel from any other NYC area raised Jew. I tend to believe her as she isn't in the age range to know him from his defense of Simpson, working with Mike Tyson or any of his other wonderful contributions to Western civilizations. If she were such a bookish person to know Dershowitz I doubt she would have been a consort to the various perverts that befriended Epstein.
     
  22. Extra Point

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    We should call it Blanche's law. In any argument or conflict between a white and a black, as the argument goes on, the chance of the black making a fake accusation of racism will approach 100%.
     
  23. Westside

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    Blanche's Law=Tom Iron rule. :borra2:
     
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  25. Shadowlight

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    Bad news on the Cowboys front as they head into a key game against the Pats. Superstar LB Leighton Vander Esch will be out with a neck injury. To make matters worse his neck issue has lingered and there is a real possibility he misses the rest of the regular season.

    Sean Lee will take his place which makes their offseason move of keeping Lee look even smarter now. Lee is a star in his own right. And it appears S Jeff Heath will be back to start. He has been having worrisome shoulder issues of late but hopefully he is back to full health.

    In a rare concession the local media is happy to have Heath back after his fill in Darion Thompson bit the big one against the Lions last week.

    For a couple of games the Cowboys played all three of the white defenders mentioned above at the same time. To me it reminds me of the joy I have lost watching NFL games these days when at one time most teams had multiple white defenders. What a difference that makes for me.
     

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