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  1. PHillisFan

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    You don't see those very often.
     
  2. Don Wassall

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    Billick made his dislike of White football players in general obvious when he was the head coach of the Ravens and before that as the offensive coordinator of the Vikings (he was called an "offensive genius" after the '98 Vikings, with Cunningham, Moss, Carter and Robert Smith kicked ass that year, but his Ravens teams always were terrible on offense. Randy Moss helped make Daunte Culpepper look like a competent NFL QB for a couple of years; it had nothing to do with Brian Billick).

    Billick had success, much like Andy Reid with the Eagles, but it does happen now and then with White plantation masters; what happens much more frequently with overwhelmingly black teams is that they stink. Billick's one of those scumbags whose visage I hate to see on TV.
     
  3. DixieDestroyer

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    Good analysis of the pompous, blowhard, anti-White windbag "Brianna WillLick"...one of the most grossly overrated coaches of the last 20 years.
     
  4. Woody

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    Two backup safeties made their case for the roster and playing time tonight: Daniel Sorenson and Cody Davis had interceptions for the Chiefs and Rams in the same game tonight.
     
  5. Westside

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    Tebow saved his best for the last pre season game. I think Chip will keep him. I hope that Barkley will be traded to a team where he can become the starter. Tebow has paid the price to be on a NFL team and be a significant contributor.
     
  6. woody39

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    I think tebow sticks on the roster after his good performance last night. You never know if Bradford gets injured and Sanchez has a jets type meltdown, Tebow could be the man of the moment for the eagles. At worst he can be used for two point conversions and specially designed plays.
     
  7. PHillisFan

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    I agree. Just based on the fact that Tebow is a winner and rallies everyone around him is reason enough. All these pro commentators/analysts say he can't be a qb because he doesn't throw a pretty enough ball or has bad timing, but the one thing they forget to mention is the qb has to be able to demonstrate leadership and command the respect of his teammates in the way they want to win for him. This is what Tebow brings. Teammates always give it their all on the field for him. You can't show that. Some have it. Some don't.
     
  8. Leonardfan

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    It sounds like Tebow has made the Eagles. They have shipped Barkley to the Cardinals. Win-win for us.

    Tebow back in the NFL is a huge win for us. Let's hope he makes an impact, either running a certain package of plays or starting for Philly if Bradford is injured. Just having him on an NFL roster will rub so many in the media and dwfs the wrong way.
     
  9. PHillisFan

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    So happy about this. Also Arizona is a perfect landing spot for Barkely. Carson Palmer and Stanton are aging and Arizona does not have anything close to an heir on the bench. Barkley has a good opportunity to compete for the job in the near future.
     
  10. Don Wassall

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    Josh Freeman's amazing decline and fall was none of his own doing, it was Greg Schiano's fault. And it's also the Vikings' fault for "rushing him to the field too early." Too funny. From a fantasy football site:

    Freeman was one of the rising young stars at quarterback but Greg Schiano's arrival in Tampa Bay caused his star to fall quickly. Freeman's last meaningful action was a disaster when he was rushed to the field too early in Minnesota. It might be the last we see of him in the NFL regular season.
     
  11. sport historian

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    Black folks and their white enablers have no sense of irony.
     
  12. davidholly

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    Yes, Greg Schiano is to blame for Josh Freeman's MASSIVE regression in 2011 despite not even being his coach yet. Here's a fun fact, Freeman actually improved in Schiano's first year. He had career highs in TDs, YPA, Passing Yards.
     

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