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  1. Dehbashi

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    Good point. I remember about O'Donnell. I remember some people thinking he threw the game based on how bad some of those INTs. Because there was no receiver 10 yards of those INTs. On one of them Darren Woodson was the only one on the screen when the camera view was behind O'Donnell. It was obvious at least some miscommunication happened.

    It is really a shame how hated O'Donnell has become.
     
  2. Shadowlight

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    WR Chris Hogan is ready to go Saturday which is a huge relief. RB Rex Burkhead might play as well but they suggest if he does play it will be limited. Thielen, Amendola, Hogan and Decker are the four remaining white WR's left in the playoffs and one or two will be gone after the Pats-Titans tilt.
     
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    Case Keenum is having the ultimate breakout, but we shouldn’t be surprised http://es.pn/2mgExnM via @ESPN App http://es.pn/app

    I don't know if Skipper being gone from ESPN has changed things for the better but their coverage seems to have improved, except for black power Undefeated and that bull article about the Pats.

    Saying Bills should get rid of Tyrod Taylor to now an article a day about Case Keenum praising him. They said they would release one each day until Minnesota plays. Nice articles so far. This one and the VR ones are my favorite.

    While I think their QB is garbage overall, they said he has been the best QB against the blitz which is phenomenal. That is why I have been chuckling when DWF radio hosts say the Saints must blitz him to win. Even ESPN is saying that is a bad idea.
     
  4. MrPoon

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    Might be the most white WRs in the playoffs in a long time.
     
  5. Heretic

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    Now Dallas is going to rebuild their offense around Prescott.

    And Bills fire OC Rick Dennison after one season.

    Definitely a pattern going on here...
     
  6. Riggins44

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    So the Browns fired essentially their whole coaching staff except for Clueless Hue. Evidently the problem wasn't the head coach. The problem was EVERYBODY ELSE. Kind of the exact opposite of the time-honored belief that the buck stops here, the person at the top is ultimately responsible. No no no. Some people will go to any lengths possible to protect the fragile egos of blacks, to an absurd degree. Same thing as all the outrage over Trump's alleged "shi#hole countries" remark. Everyone and their mother knows there are alot of shi#hole countries, the people who actually live in the shi#hole countries most of all. But leftwingers of course have an enormous problem with the truth. They can't handle the truth. Liberalism is indeed a mental disorder.
     
  7. Extra Point

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    It's the classic liberal mindset. Liberals feel Blacks are wonderful and nothing is their fault. They're not to be held accountable for anything at all.

    Liberals appear to be incapable of even thinking bad thoughts about blacks or blaming them for anything.
     
  8. Heretic

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    Yeah, and many of those coaches probably have a family to support and are now unfairly maligned and negatively-impacted all because the agenda must continue to march on through every nook and cranny of every institution. I'm sure many receivers have options in their contracts where they get increases or bonuses for various things like number of receptions, receiving yards, touchdowns, etc, so they may be negtively-impacted financially as well.
     
  9. Dehbashi

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    I thought you guys were joking but seriously until I checked it out. Last year he fires all of the defensive staff. This year he fires all the offensive staff. Hell Sashi Brown even gets fired. So it is everyone else's fault except for the head coach that they went 1-31 for the last 2 years? And DWPs complain that it is so harder for a black to coach in the NFL due to getting fired easier. o_O
     
  10. Leonardfan

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    Mularkey and the Titans have officially "parted ways". Quotabacks are the new coach killers!
     
  11. Heretic

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    [​IMG] Ian Rapoport

    #Patriots RB Rex Burkhead, who hasn’t played since Dec. 17 because of a knee sprain, is expected to return for the AFC title game, source said. He was close vs. the #Titans, should be good vs. the #Jaguars.
     
  12. Riggins44

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    Good news. They need as many options as possible against the Jags defense.
     
  13. Extra Point

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    According to what I read the problem is that Mularkey didn't want to fire his offensive coordinator.

    To sum it up, Mariota played lousily this year, it couldn't be his fault since he's a non-white, therefore it must be the coaching, so let's fire the head coach who had two consecutive winning seasons, made the playoffs and won the first playoff game.

    Makes perfect sense...to a liberal.
     
  14. Ambrose

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    And that Cleveland coach, with his record breaking losing streak, is fastened to his position.
     
  15. Westside

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    If Clueless Hue goes 0-5 next season and it is not fired. Then there is no hope for that organization. It's really astounding that Mularkey is fired and Hue remains a coach in the NFL.
     
  16. white is right

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    From what I have read the Titans have a gong show for ownership with every child of the late Bud Adams having a sliver of the ownership pie. So we got the mixed messages of Mularkey being safe after their miraculous win in Kansas City and the new news that he has been shown the door today.

    This is why the NFL is against a consortium of minority owners buying a team as chaos will ensue when it comes to hard decisions like firings.
     
  17. Don Wassall

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    It'll be interesting to see if Josh McDaniels is more "white friendly" the second time around. He was hated here when he coached the Broncos because he blatantly screwed Peyton Hillis, to the point that mindless DWFs, not understanding the Caste System, were attributing it to rumors that Hillis had an affair with McDaniels' wife. "McWigger" was the nickname given to McDaniels by infuriated CFers.

    To give the benefit of the doubt, at that time the league had gone nearly a quarter of a century without a White featured back, until Eric Mangini showed some cajones two years later and gave the ball to Hillis in Cleveland, so McDaniels was following the long-established script. Now, after nearly another decade back in New England, will he follow Bill Belichick and be relatively "White friendly" wherever he ends up, be it Indy or some other spot?

    NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports Patriots OC Josh McDaniels is expected to accept the Colts' head-coaching vacancy. Rapsheet reported mere hours ago that McDaniels would "prefer the Titans over all coaching jobs." Apparently that's either not true or he is too far along in the process with Indy to turn back. McDaniels cannot formally be hired until the Patriots' playoff run is through. Accepting the Colts job would be going all in on Andrew Luck's healthy return from his shoulder odyssey.
     
  18. Shadowlight

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    Rumors are the Steelers are going to knock off some coaches. You would think the DC is all but gone. Generally I am pretty tolerant of coaches who consistently win and Mike Tomlin fits that mold. Below is a Wiki full list of his career with the Steelers. The fact he won a SB in his second year has kept him safe even through two mediocre 8-8 seasons. But he bounced back and his team has been in the playoffs for four straight years.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_Tomlin

    But several disturbing things have happened the past two years. That cell phone debacle last year with Antonio Brown that felt like it had a racial component that was acceptable for Tomlin until it came out. His handling of the Anthem protest where they somehow hung out to dry an Army vet who plays OT was horrible. The continual discord around the locker room with players always bitching about something. The notion that the Steelers weren't taking the Jags serious as they "looked ahead" to the Steelers and even publicly admitted it. The bevy of recent playoff losses with this last one to an inferior team taking the cake.

    Then there is his game management. Whether it be the end of the New England game where they were poised to tie it up but he decided to take a wild gamble or the recent Jags game where his decision to kick an on side kick with two minutes and all of his time outs left me flabbergasted. That on sides call was beyond bad. It was EXCRUCIATING. His excuse that he had no confidence in his defense was limp. Listen pal if you can't trust your defense to stop a team who will either run it or throw a short pass then what the hell are you doing coaching a football team? Similar to Andy Reid ( who has never won a SB) I sense both of these coaches are past their due date with their current teams. Big Ben is still playing at a top level but he isn't getting any younger and his mobility is long gone.

    They will clean up some coaching spots but if they don't start winning playoff games I expect Tomlin to be let go within a year or two. And the media will howl but someone will hire him. Personally while I was pleased to see him FINALLY after all these years play a skilled white defender with TJ Watt and utilize a swift TE in Vance McDonald ( who was great against the Jags) I find it odd that the discord within the locker room has gotten worse these days. When they were one of the blackest teams going I rarely heard of problems. Yet with these white players he finished with a 13-3 record his best ever. If Tomlin and the Steelers draft more white skill players in this draft I will watch this team with interest. If they go back to their old "black" ways then I have to figure Tomlin uses the race card to "get the most" out of his black players and that doesn't square with me one bit.
     
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  19. Leonardfan

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    I want Tomlin to stick around in Pittsburgh after Ben is gone just to see if he can actually coach.
     
  20. Shadowlight

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    Aaron Rodgers sure gets around. Dating Hollywood beauties and becoming a fixture on TV with his ads. His latest gal is Danica Patrick.
    Will this one stick?

    Another (ex) QB who also is all over the TV with his funny ads is Peyton Manning. The underground rumor is ESPN will try anything to secure him for MNF. Opinionated, smart and to the point I think that would be a wise move. They have to convince him though and you know what that means------- $$$$$$$$$.
     
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    Current Minnesota OC, Pat Shurmur, expected to take job as Giants head coach. A step in the right direction for that organization, assuming it's not fake news.
     
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  23. Don Wassall

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    Perceptive post, other than Tomlin's job is still very secure unless the team falls apart, and a 13-3 regular season doesn't indicate that being on the horizon. Of course it could happen in rapid fashion when Big Ben retires. They're also fortunate to have the league's best receiver in Antonio Brown and one of the top three running backs in Leveon Bell. Long-time GM Kevin Colbert, who keeps a super-low profile, is a Caste disciple but overall drafts well and is shrewd enough to secure key components like Big Ben, guard David DeCastro, T. J. Watt, and the team's long-time former tight end Heath Miller.

    Tomlin is smart but he isn't an Xs and Os coach, and he's not a strategist. He's basically the black players' buddy, one of them just older. He's arrogant and scratch the surface and you'll find a committed BLM type militant. He can barely contain his thug impulses and he hired a genuine thug in his best buddy Joey Porter to be the linebacker coach. What a joke hire that was.

    The team's culture is all about having fun and the black stars are prima donnas who regularly stir up drama. Not a recipe for winning a Super Bowl. But Tomlin did win a Super Bowl early on with what Bill Cowher left him and has an excellent regular season record and as long as that continues his job is secure. He's really the poster boy for the Rooney Rule, and he's on the Rooneys' team, so I fully expect him to be around for a long time. Unlike the other teams where head coaches are being made the fall guys for the failure of quotabacks, on the Steelers it will be assistant coaches who will take the fall for Tomlin's shortcomings.
     
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  24. Bruce

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    I don't want Peyton to take the MNF job. It doesn't matter what you really believe you can't keep a job like that without uttering lots of caste propaganda and lying. I don't want to see one of the last White heros there is doing that .

    Speaking of Tomlin wouldn't he be the perfect villain for society to root against? But he's not considered a villain by anybody but us. Instead Bill Bellichick is the villain we've been given. No amount of liberal propaganda can cover up that Tomlin is a walking stereotype of an angry black guy. He's militantly black and he's always angry. But somehow the media's managed to convince everybody that his anger is justifiable and that he has a heart of gold. Clown world turns villains into heroes and heroes into villains
     
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    I have a real pet peeve about the usage of the word "liberal" to describe the modern Democrat party. I'm a classical liberal, which is basically freedom+responsibility. Abraham Lincoln was a classical liberal, as well as nearly all of the founding fathers.

    These guys are Cultural Marxists, and need to be addressed as such. Calling them liberals plays in their favor. If we all called them Marxists, or Communists, it would make a lot of hiveminded sheep think twice about voting democrat. Use their tactics against them guys. Psychological warfare is a big part of this...
     

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