NFL Week 11

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  1. Liverlips

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    McGraw did not start tonight. All the Chiefs secondary announced on screen had the proper pigmentation.

    I saw with my own eyes and heard with my own ears as Jon Gruden, Mongoloid, blamed Tyler Palko for an interception and you can see his reasoning.

    Tyler hit a black KC receiver in the chest despite being blindsided by a defender some KC sumo forgot to block. The ball bounced off the affletes hands and into the arms of a Pats defender. So, of course, the elfish Gruden blamed Palko and not the affirmative action receiver.

    "Bad throw by Palko!" chirped Gruden, his voice even higher pitched than usual.
     
  2. foobar75

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    It's always nice to see these affletic DBs get Gronked week in and week out. What unbelievable beast he has become! The best TE in the NFL along with Jason Witten.
     
  3. backrow

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    damn, what moves and speed by Edelman! unbelievable! guys, you gotta watch a highlight of that return if you missed it, a thing of beauty!

    now they need to get Welker and Woodhead more involved and we can talk about yet another successful MNF!

    PS McGraw is injured, they said
     
  4. foobar75

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    Edelman with the punt return for a TD! NE Whites putting on a show tonight!
     
  5. Jack Lambert

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    Julian Edelman with the Punt return for a TD!!! What an amazing return! John Gruden seemed to like it a lot, even though he did compare him to Welker.
     
  6. Anak

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    They really should develop Edelman at cornerback. He's lightning fast, he's explosive, he's a beast and he's all over the field.
     
  7. foobar75

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    Jerheme Urban has been reduced to taking snaps and handing the ball off in silly trick plays. Watching NE, TEX, GB, and IND (when Manning plays), you get a glimpse of how much fun it would be to watch the NFL if the league was 70% or more White.
     
  8. Anak

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    I don't understand why Woodhead can't ever get a 15 carry game, Green-Ellis has already exceeded that.
     
  9. GiovaniMarcon

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    Honestly, I think when White media commentators (and naturally, the Black commentators will always do this) blame White athletes for the mistakes of Black ones, they're only blaming the White guy because they're afraid of being called racist if they call it like they see it.

    It's just this sort of pandering, patronizing attitude that helps no one, really, and ensures that there will always be a racial double-standard of which Whites will always fall victim moreso than anyone else.

    I can concede that in the media it is [wrongly] somewhat acceptable to portray Middle-Easterners or Indians as heavily-accented, comical foils, or Asian people as math dorks, but in no way do these groups have the White man's burden of being the fat, stupid, awkward, socially-inept quasi-retard that every aspect of the media wants to ram down our throats.

    It just baffles me that the Whiter teams are consistently more successful, yet coaches at every level seem to want to defy this simple mathematics of "Team + More White Players = More Success" and keep on hiring lazy, spoiled, undertalented Black players.

    If the Black players were actually better, than I could see the logic, but I'm not blind, and I can see that Black players AREN'T better.

    So, what gives.

    (?)
     
  10. Pie

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    That was an unpleasant 2 minutes watching Gruden masturbate to the thought of NBA players coming over to dominate the NFL.
     
  11. Lew

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    Jon Gruden really is a moron. He just said that the 7ft 230lb power forward for the Chicago Bulls, Joakim Noah, would be a perfect fit at outside linebacker for the Ravens.
     
  12. GiovaniMarcon

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    This type of "thinking" by Gruden is indicative of the general stupidity that pervades the common person in America today, and is a hop, skip, and jump away from the ludicrous theory that the current state of Black futility in boxing, particularly at the heavier weights, is an artificial construct because the "real" athletes are doing other things.

    Those other things, I think, are sitting around, drinking purple Kool-Aid, watching TV, waiting for their check, and complaining about how "the man" isn't doing enough for them.
     
  13. Don Wassall

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    Gruden's a shameless panderer, even by Caste System standards. Most of these clowns announcing and commenting on games are working off cue cards (or more accurately cues and pre-rehearsed talking points from the tribesman/producer in the truck and his underlings).

    Gronkowski really showed off his balance on his first touchdown, staying in bounds despite taking a big hit near the sideline. Balance is one of so many areas of athleticism where Whites have a significant advantage on average over "The World's Greatest Athletes."

    On his second touchdown, Gronkowski landed on his neck and back after hurtling for the endzone. I immediately thought of his back problems at Arizona or worse a concussion or spinal injury, but after being dazed for a second or two he spiked the ball and was right back to normal. What a beast; he might devastate the record book for tight ends if he continues to be fully utilized.
     
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    Regarding Gruden and his moronic "NBA" NFL draft, that is not a surprise. The great majority of American sports fans and media people alike have been brainwashed into accepting the myth of black athletic supremacy. Therefore, from time to time, we always see these absurd comparisons about how some of these NBA or NFL players could easily excel and transition into other sports if only they made the switch.

    For these peabrains, world class athletic ability is all about the 40 yard dash and vertical jumps. For instance, when the US men's soccer team fails to deliver a good result in a major international competition, they believe this is because "our" best athletes aren't interested in soccer. If only Lebron or TO had taken up soccer growing up, "we" would be a world power right now. The negrophiles apply this sort of thinking to all the various sports, whether it's soccer, tennis, hockey, skiing, swimming, and so forth. No amount of factual evidence, which clearly shows that blacks lack certain attributes to succeed in most of these sports, will change their minds.

    When I encounter such stupidity, I often try to avoid reasoning with these people because it's a waste of time. It reminds of that quote Jimmy Chitwood used to have "You cannot defeat an ignorant man in argument".
     
  15. Lew

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    that's so true :rofl:
     
  16. bigunreal

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    I do enjoy watching the Patriots offense, although it can still be frustrating. Gronkowski is a monster, unlike perhaps any TE to ever play the game. Already he is on pace to shatter all previous statistical highs for the position. Who knows- if he keeps it up, maybe "old school" Mike Ditka will actually mention his name, if not praise him.

    Danny Woodhead's usage is so perplexing. He just looks so much better than the plodding Green Ellis. Like last year, he has been given a lot of snaps the past few games, but still gets few very limited touches for the amount of time he's on the field. I'd love to see what he could do with 20 touches a game. I'm certain he could do more than Green Ellis does.

    Nice to see Elway continue to slam Tebow, still refusing to commit to him at all, even after the thrilling last minute win over the Jets. Does he really think he's fooling anyone? Even the mainstream journalists are joking about how he doesn't want Tebow to succeed and is frustrated, not happy, by the fact his team is winning. When has a situation like this existed in sports, especially when it's so transparent to everyone?

    Even with all the disappointment thus far this season, with Hillis, Gerhart, Woodhead and the Colts offense disappearing without Manning, the Tebow drama alone is riveting entertainment.
     
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    Watched last night to see the white players dominate as usual and what I noticed as I flipped between the NFL game and the NHL game on Versus was that the commercials for the football game were embarassingly stupid. So bad were they I thought of the movie "Idiocracy."
     
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    I see in the boxscore, Edelman was listed with a tackle on defense. Did he play any cornerback?

    Tom Iron...
     
  19. icsept

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    He played in nickel packages. Made a nice tackle on a 3rd down, and drew a defensive holding on another 3rd down. He also made the tackle against the Jets last week that took out LT.
     
  20. Thrashen

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    Aside from a late touchdown by reserve running back Shane Vareen in garbage time, all of the Patriots’ meaningful points were scored by white athletes (12 points for Gronkowski, 6 points for Edelman, and 9 points for Gostkowski).

    A by-product of Welker (2 catches, 22 yards) being blanketed by multiple defenders (on nearly every play) is the continued dominance of Rob Gronkowski, the NFL’s most dynamic tight end of 2011. Through 10 games, Gronkowski has amassed 56 catches, 805 yards and 10 TDs. He’ll need to average 33 receiving yards per game in the remaining 6 contests to achieve his first 1,000-yard season…

    [​IMG] CAPTION: White Man vs. Black Boys

    When was the last time white teammates (Welker and Gronkowski) both had 1,000 receiving yards in the same season? The mid 1980’s? I can’t recall this occurring in my lifetime (1986-2011).

    Woodhead was effective again, gaining 55 yards on 7 touches. Naturally, I wish he’d become the “feature back,” but Green-Ellis, though slow, was certainly running hard. At the very least, doubling Woodhead’s touches would be more appropriate.

    It was a truly a night of redemption for Julian Edelman. The often-injured, fumble-prone speedster who was recently arrested for allegedly “groping” a woman on the dance floor of a Halloween party, finally shined. During the night, Edelman played safety, dime cornerback, punt returner, kick returner, and wide receiver.

    As a defensive player, Edelman had a few nice tackles and even drew a critical holding call against Leonard Pope, erasing an important Chiefs first down. With his speed and ball skills, how could he fare any worse than the Patriots’ current collection of plodding, china-doll secondary players? Hopefully his 2-game stint as a defender will continue, as will his health, for the remainder of the season.

    A photo from his electrifying 72-yard punt return for a touchdown…

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    CAPTION: White Speed Humbles Affirmative Action Beneficiaries

    Prior to kickoff, John Gruden was attempting to “praise” Wes Welker. He was shouting “compliments” such as “He’s the smallest receiving target in the entire league!” and “He’s sneaky fast!” Later, the undeservingly-Aryan twit began to “plead” for a resolution to the ongoing NBA lockout. He then began listing his favorite NBA players, suggesting that these slow-motion, uncoordinated stick-figures would be dominant NFL players at various skill positions. Of the 15-20 NBA players he listed, the only white player mentioned was Steve Nash. All in all, though, the ceaseless blathering of the three Human-Hemorrhoids in the booth wasn’t too Casteon. Then again, white players were dominating the field (scoring 31 of the 37 total points scored)…so how could it be without them appearing utterly foolish?
     
  21. Anak

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    Great post as always, Thrashen, but I'm not sure Gronkowski benefits much as he always receives multiple defenders as well. He scored his two TDs by being too big and strong to easily take down and having incredible balance for his size. Hernandez has benefited the most from both of these players, especially in red zone TDs.
     

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