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Discussion in 'NFL' started by Leonardfan, Nov 21, 2016.
I hope Fitzgerald stays at NU.
WR Brandon Reilly added to Cowboy's practice squad
CM's dad Ed is running a football league for players who don't attend college. Somehow I'm not sure why I am even bringing it up.
Elsewhere the Packers hired a QB coach Matt Lafleur to be head coach. I don't know. Sounds like a very unexciting hire. Someone to coddle Aaron Rodgers but how about putting WRs around him that can run proper routes?
Also looks like the Cardinals are set to hire Kliff Kingsbury ex Texas Tech head coach. While I should be willing to show patience here I have to admit I didn't like what he was doing at Texas Tech. This is a school with a history of being less caste than other southwestern college teams but he changed it up and made TT more caste. I smell a rat here. I hope I am wrong.
As for the Raiders the understanding is new GM Mayock of NFL combine fame will be the input man but Gruden will have the final say. Gentlemen it is not rocket science. Despite the fact most draft nerds are bringing up black defenders for the upcoming draft do the opposite. Simple draft a couple of top rated white defenders.
[Update. I guess caste ******* supreme Bruce Arians is heading to the Bucs. Will he purge their white WRs as his "signature" first move?]
I don't have a good feeling about any of these recent hires. Does anyone have anything positive to say about these hires? Am I missing something?
I don't like any of them so far either. As far as the Cardinals, they have been the most consistent Caste Clown team in the league ever since moving to Phoenix from St. Louis over 30 years ago. Other than starting Ricky Proehl for a while when he was the only starting White WR in the league (but never "allowed" to crack the thousand yard receiving mark), they've always been overwhelmingly black on defense, no White WRs, usually black TEs, and almost always a sumo-dominated o-line.
With the Belichick-Brady era nearing an end and the Patriots disappointing in general this year, and some possible retrenching on the way by the Vikings, we can only hope to be pleasantly surprised by some teams, but in the Caste NFL it doesn't happen often.
I see the Bears signed Ryan Nall and Tanner Gentry to reserve/future contracts. All that means is another year of them being screwed over. Gentry can only hope to be the next Jake Kumerow, getting jerked around for how many years before finally being noticed by far outshining a bunch of inept black receivers in preseason, hey wait, hasn't he done that already? (Of course Kumerow was his own worst enemy this preseason with his idiotic flip into the endzone while scoring, which ended up putting him on IR for almost the entire regular season when he could have been Green Bay's third or fourth receiver.)
Shadowlight, I have to agree.
No inspiring coaching hires. Arians is really full of himself and seems to be a bit of a "diva". Retires/unretires and during retirement says the only job he would consider is the Browns but now he is has been named the Bucs head coach. Jameez will probably get another 2-3 years as the unquestioned starter until Arians retires again. I can see a white purge occur in TB - Watson, Humphries, Brate, Conte, Nassib, Allen are all potential cuts.
Kingsbury didn't win much in college - his offenses put up big points - we all know the big 12 doesn't play defense. I guess out of all of them this is the most out of the box. As Don said the Cardinals have been caste as far back as possible.
The Packers decision makes little sense to me either - an OC for one of the worst offenses in the league.
The ironically named Arians is off to the kind of start that makes all Caste Clowns jump for joy. Maybe Brucie intends to be the only White coach on his staff?
Updating a previous report, former New York Jets head coach Todd Bowles was hired by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the defensive coordinator position Tuesday, Jan. 8. Additionally, former Arizona Cardinals offensive coordinators Byron Leftwich and Harold Goodwin will serve as pass-game coordinator and run-game coordinator, respectively.
There are 5 openings left. According to reports, the Browns, Broncos, and Dolphins have zeroed in on white coaches. The Jets are anyone’s guess and for the Bungles I have not seen anything.
I’m also not impressed with any of these coaches. Most will probably end up building teams together with their GMs with 10-12, maybe 14 total whites on the roster, just another Chicago, or Phili, or Detroit, etc, all of the same. Obviously, simply having a white coach doesn’t mean some sort of a caste win.
But if we end up with only 3 or 4 total black HCs heading into next season, the collective heads of the leftist vermin in the sports media will explode, with the usual flood of articles about the lack of diversity in the NFL, so at least that’ll be the one positive outcome.
Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio will reportedly become the head coach of the Denver Broncos.
Fangio has been an excellent defensive coordinator for years. It's about time he got a chance to become a head coach.
Good hire for Denver. Chicago responds by replacing Fangio with Todd Bowles as new D Coordinator. Win for everyone in The NFC North.
Kubiak is back as the offensive coordinator. Elway cut Lynch who was taylor made for the Kubiak offense and was drafted in his last year as head coach. Kubiak is probably the most white friendly coach of the modern era - he had some very good and white friendly Houston Texans teams - Watt, Cushing, Brooks Reed, Barwin, Crick, David Anderson, Kevin Walter were all in Houston under Kubiak.
I-am sure they will draft a qb - would not mind seeing any of the talented signal callers end up there. My guess is Drew Lock is the qb they will end up targeting - good athlete, huge arm. Kubiaks offense has a lot of rollouts/bootlegs - looking forward to him back in the league.
Looks like Adam Gase is headed to the Jets to be the head coach
I do not like any of the head coaching hires. In fact a few I don't understand at all. As for the new Denver HC why should I be excited about a defensive minded Fangio who trotted out an all black Bears defense that by the way couldn't stop a team at the most crucial of moments. Will he end up being anti-caste somehow? To date he has marinated in the caste lifestyle of living.
The most mind boggling hire is the Cardinals and that sewage operation known as the Cardinals. Considered an offensive guru he didn't even have a .500 record in the Big 12. His team always seemed scattershot and if his recruiting was OK from an anti caste standpoint come Saturday the black players were nearly always at the forefront. Besides I could probably pick any random member of this site to run a Big 12 team and chances are you would get labeled an offensive guru too. Doesn't take a genius to throw a ball into the air against all black Big 12 defenses that are allergic to anything resembling defense including tackling.
That stinking caste whore from hell new Bucs HC Bruce Arians is a poster child for up the ass caste think. The media thinks he is "cute." ******* is more like it.
Adam Gase? QB whisperer they say. What the hell is that? Miami was one of the dullest teams out there and do you want a red flag. He couldn't incorporate one of the best pure athletes in the NFL TE Mike Gesicki into the offense. Cripes as bad as it is out there at least every team and their grandmother are utilizing their athletic white TEs except of course Miami.
The new Cleveland and Green Bay head coaches have less of a track record so I should probably have to take a wait and see approach but on the surface neither of these hires is exactly inspiring.
The proof of a new HC and their caste thermometer usually reveals itself in their first draft so I should be more patient and wait and see the draft results before going completely off but I wouldn't have hired any of these people.
Leo fan mentioned Kubiak above. Why wasn't he hired? I too liked him when he was the HC of Houston.
I find it funny that many in the media are shivering and shaking at the thought of the Steelers parting way with toxin WR Antonio Brown. "Oh my they wheeze out as if the thought of disposing of this "god" runs against the laws of nature.
Steelers have one job before the draft. Dispose of this hideous character like you would when it is time to dump the garbage. Get something worthwhile back of course which you will because there is a sucker for a "black" media diva every minute.
Then proceed to move forward and perhaps win that elusive Super Bowl.
If they keep Brown kiss the Steelers goodbye. And their fully neutered HC Tomlin will be shown the door after the complete collapse.
Treat Brown like a disease. Eradicate him before the virus spreads.
Send him to Tampa Bay where they are setting up an ******* plantation. He will fit right in.
The Browns hired Freddie Kitchens (who?) as their new head coach. Gregg Williams, a proven coach, is out. This smacks of having a coach the players will like instead of one with a track record.
Kitchens was the OC once Clueless Hue was fired and Mayfield improved greatly. I honestly do not think it was a terrible hire considering all of the other hires that occurred. I am interested to see what Gase does - he has his work cut out for him as he will be in another power struggle with an inept GM. My take on Gase is he is no nonsense and was dealt a bad hand in Miami. The Jets are a bad team - their skill positions and OL are almost as bad as the Bills. The media trashed Tannehill and Gase stood by him. Gase also did not seem to put up with as much of the nonsense. I think Tannehill17 can speak better about Gase as a coach since he follow the Dolphins closely.
Looks like, barring last minute changes, that the head coaching carousel has finally come full circle. And yes the dog got it's bone as black Patriots DC looks like the next Miami HC. In a way I am glad a black got hired because my fear is the league would overcompensate by having even less white players on rosters.
Is Flores a good hire? On the surface, like so many of these hires, there is nothing scintillating at all about Flores. Like the Bears and unlike many of the other teams who hired offensive gurus (?), the Dolphins chose a defensive coach with "leadership skills."
We will have to wait and see about that. To me leadership skills requires a HC to put together a racially diverse team. Too often new head coaches choose a deep ditch caste path and never look back. That is exactly what the Bear's Matt Nagy did by purging any semblance of white skill players from the roster once the regular season started. And of course that ultra annoying all black Bears defense look was set in stone.
I will judge these new head coaches on an individual basis but I have to say I don't like any of them so far. Hopefully my impression changes but I sense we might be in for the same old worn out caste approach.
QB coach Zac Taylor is expected to become the Bengals new HC and rumor has it he will clear house.
One optimistic note was sounded today by new Green Bay HC Matt LaFleur who decided to keep DC Mike Pettine on board. A good sign because Pettine was not afraid of playing white defenders on the front seven and as a result the defense improved and edge (budding star) Kyler Fackrell had a breakout season recording double digit sacks! Again this is the type of decision making I want to see from the new head coaches. Someone willing to have white players participate and influence football games.
It will be interesting to see how these head coaches rate on the caste scale but we will find out soon enough.
The most perplexing hires though were Kliff Kingsbury who showed no evidence of putting together a winning team, in college no less, and Bruce Arians the proto caste HC who casted the Cardinals right into the ground. Expect him to do the same to the hapless Bucs. What will he do with the two remaining white WRs on the roster? Probably what he has always has done, have them shot at sunset..
As for these offensive guru QB whispering types that is in vogue right now I say prove to me you can win. Not a big fan of this fancy boy crap. Chances are most of these new hires will be long gone soon. Has it occurred to anyone that offenses are successful because all black defenses suck the big one and that if defenses rearrange themselves with more diversity these offensive gurus won't look so smart anymore?
I believe Gase is a good coach and I was livid when he was fired. The team was bad because they were playing so many backups as opposed to starters because it was one of the most injury ravaged seasons in Dolphins history. The problem goes back to Joe Philbin. He was the one that was so enamored with sumos, and the sumos he drafted were some of the worst players I've ever seen in my life. These sumos were so bad that none of them even lasted 3 seasons with the team. I'm talking about guys like Jonathan Martin, Dallas, Thomas, Billy Turner, Jamil Douglas. Only Turner, I think was able to catch on as a backup with another team. You can't have that many swings and misses on the offensive line and expect to have a competent offense. Gase was presented with the unenviable task of trying to rebuild Miami's offensive line. He brought in some good players such as Josh Sitton and Daniel Kilgore but those guys were aging veterans. When they went out for the year with season ending injuries, that spelled the end of any offensive threat right there. Couple that with Tannehill's injuries as well as season ending injuries to two of the top receivers and you can see why they never really got into sync. Had the previous regime drafted some competent white lineman, Gase wouldn't have had to rely on aging veterans to patch those holes. Those white linemen would be just entering their primes right now.
My only criticism of Gase was that for whatever reason he could not find a way to utilize Mike Gesicki, although he did seem like he was more involved towards the end of the season. This is a good sign and hopefully something to build on. The Dolphins have also hired the first black coach (non-interim) in franchise history. For caste purposes, this could be a bad thing or it might not have any effect at all. However, I worry we're about to become a quotaback team (Kyler Murray anyone?) being that we also have a black GM
Truthteller's favorite HC Matt Nagy (not) is going off on K Cody Parkey for appearing on a TV show 'just" five days after the Bears loss. Trivial to say the least but Nagy doesn't like the idea "his" players are going "rogue" stressing that they do everything as a "team."
Right. Let me interpret this in English. Nagy picks on the white player who actually was put through literal hell right after his "missed kick" when in actuality the damn thing was blocked. Did Nagy support his downtrodden kicker the way the Eagles have supported WR Jeffrey for losing the game against the Saints?
Nagy has made damn sure his "black run locker room" stays undisturbed as he unfairly lashes out at his innocent white kicker.
One more reason to place Nagy towards the top of the caste villains list.
Kickers have always been treated like lepers, but if you contrast that with Vinatieri who hasn't been supported by management after his disaster yesterday. Adam won't be threatened on Facebook, Twitter and I'm a Loser.com because he has currency as the NFL GOAT scorer.
Big deal. I'll bet Parkey couldn't care less what Nagy is saying. After his uneven season and the "miss" in the final game, Parkey most likely won't be with Chicago next season anyway. Best to get out in front of it and get your name out there for the next team. He still has a great future as an NFL kicker ahead of him.
Shadowlight, it appears Rodent Nagy is going to be worse than Black Jack Del Rio and Plantation Pete: https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/...gning-former-chiefs-running-back-kareem-hunt/
Personally, I really hope he signs Kareem Hunt. That should only hasten his demise as an NFL head coach and pretty much ensure he never returns (if he is fired) as a head coach, once the Marxist media and their politically correct DWF's get a hold of him lobbying to sign a "toxic male batter", Kareem Hunt. I guess Nagy and his GM see Joe Nixon playing and figure why not? Perhaps the Kosher media and their trained sheep (DWF's) will forgive and forget? Good luck with that Rodent!
Doubt the move would affect Nall. One, because Rodent Nagy's going to screw Nall over anyway. Secondly, Hunt would likely be replacing the current back (Howard), who had a sub-par season.
FD, We talk about how the preponderance of blacks at most positions has lowered the level of play -- black receivers running poor routs, dropping too many balls. Black defenders constantly out of position, missing far too many tackles. But the modern day (white) kickers are so darn good the league has gone out of their way to make life harder for them -- note the longer extra points. Also, not too long ago head coaches tried to get as close as possible prior to attempting game tying/winning kicks at the end of games. Now, teams reach the 30 to 35 yard line and assume a 40 something to 5o-plus yard kick is a "chip shot". It never was and still isn't. Rodent Nagy also sent his kicker out there in frigid temperatures and expected a 43 yard was similar to a pre-2015 extra point?
I seriously doubt that Hunt's stay in purgatory will be a long one. There might be some pushback for the first hour or two, but a poor oppressed minority will always get forgiveness and second/third/fourth/fifth chances. Oh, and Nagy will be a "hero" for giving the poor, misunderstood Kareem his chance at redemption.
It is what it is. Kicker accuracy over the last 10 years has been phenomenal, which is what has led to the expectations. I personally like the longer extra point spot, makes at least something more interesting. Parkey is a good kicker, don't worry about him, he'll be fine despite Nagy's admonishment.
Arians all but adopted the troubled Mulatto Tyron Mathieu.
He's a player's coach so the inmates will run the asylum, that can work for a short bit, but in the end those coaches get spit out like used chewing gum.
PS, I never can understand why you would hire a 65ish coach to be your head coach when he could retire any day for health reasons or be fired because of the game passing him by. Hiring Arians, Caldwell or a comebacking Shanny all but smells of a retirement cheque.
QB Cam Newton in danger of missing 2019?
Source: ESPN.com - David Newton
Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton (shoulder) is not guaranteed to play at all in 2019 as the team considers all of its options regarding his injured shoulder. Per ESPN.com's David Newton, the organization has been in discussions with medical personnel on the best plan to strengthen the shoulder - whether that's with rest or another surgery. A surgery opens the possibility Newton could miss a season - just as Andrew Luck did in 2017 - after undergoing surgery on his throwing shoulder.
This will be one of the most closely watched stories this offseason. Stay tuned.
Maybe with Newton out a young white quarterback will get a chance!