NFL Week 17

Discussion in 'NFL' started by Fortitud3, Dec 28, 2014.

  1. northwinds

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    Welker with two catches for 35 yards........he's basically been written out of the Broncos' offense. I don't see him back with the Broncos next year and possibly retired next year........the end of an era and the reemergence of the White WR
     
  2. Lew

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    In his rookie season Dalton had 20 touchdowns, his 2nd year 27 touchdowns, last season 33 touchdowns, but this season he only has 17 touchdowns. Did he regress as the media and the DWF will tell you ? Nope, he's been crippled with a black offensive coordinator. The Cincinnati DWF hate Dalton and it's almost hard to believe considering what he's done for the team since he's arrived there. Whenever the team wins all the talented affletes and the AA coach get the credit, whenever they lose it's Dalton's fault. Superstar afflete AJ Green just had a crucial fumble which is going to end up costing them the game, don't count on anyone blaming him though.
     
  3. Lew

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    these idiot affletes on the Steelers almost cost themselves an easy touchdown because they bumped into each other and they both nearly fell. Hey maybe that's what rabbiworld meant when they were talking about "in game awareness" :lol:
     
  4. Lew

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    headed into the game's last drive Big Ben was tied with Drew Brees for most passing yards this season. Did Mike Tomlin let him throw just a short one yard shovel pass so he can have his first outright passing yard title of his career ? No those things are only reserved for black players like Antonio Brown.
     
  5. Lew

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    I usually never listen to the coach's press conference but I'm listening to Mike Tomlin right now and he really sounds just as stupid as your average black NFL player. I don't know how anyone can tolerate the head coach of their franchise speaking in ebonics. He just used the phrase, "mah personal bidness". My God.
     
  6. PamelaOC

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    Welcome to the Rooney Rule in action.
     
  7. BeyondFedUp

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    I saw him banging his chest over and over again after the Steelers made a play. The mannerisms and the ebonics you speak of are a disgrace to a head coaching position.

    IF (hopefully not) by some chance it's the Stealers and the Blackhawks in the SB it will be UNwatchable.
     
  8. foobar75

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    I'm not really looking forward to the playoffs this year. Out of the 12 teams, there are two teams to roof for (NE, GB), plus a tolerable Cowboys team. NE should be heavily favored to win the AFC which will give a reason to tune in and watch the SB with a rooting interest.

    On the NFC side, our only hope is for Dallas to remain hot and upset the Blackhawks in the championship game.

    It's a bummer that teams like HOU, PHI, and even SD with a healthy Woodhead failed to make it to the postseason, and each team had full control of its destiny in December, but came up short.
     
  9. foobar75

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    That would be a disaster, but I don't see Rooney's plantation getting past either DEN or NE. They're an overrated team who have benefited from playing the Bungles for what is essentially two free wins. CIN was marching towards a potential game winning TD late in the 4th quarter until AJ Green fumbled the ball and that was that.
     
  10. GiovaniMarcon

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    Personally I'd hate to see the Seahawks in the Superbowl. For one, the possibility that they might win, which would suck of course, but even if they were utterly destroyed, people would still say how wonderful it was that Wilson "led" his team to two Superbowls in a row.

    Of course, if someone like Jim Kelly leads his team to consecutive championship games but doesn't win, he's a choker or failure to the DWFs, but if Wilson chokes in the final game it will be conveniently unaddressed.

    Just like when Manning led his team to the SB but didn't win last year, the DWFs were utterly gleeful in their "choke" remarks.

    Just watch how the standards are different for Wilson if he loses.

    And if he wins? Forget about it.

    He will have a middling effect on the Seahawks' success or failure, just as always, but as quarterback he will RIGHTLY get the credit if his team wins.

    Unfortunately, and unfairly, Black quarterbacks never get the BLAME when their team loses. White quarterbacks are not afforded this luxury.
     
  11. Leonardfan

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    Its amazing that an 11-5 cardinals team has to travel to a 7-8-1 Carolina team in the playoffs. What a joke the nfc south was this season. I wonder if it is also the blackest conference.

    As far as the 49ers go, they are probably going to be cellar dwellers as long as krapernick is there qb. Haurbaugh did will in masking his deficiencies in past years but he was exposed as the 49ers stopped being such a run oriented team. Haurbaughs antics on the sidelines and choosing the toucan over Alex smith won him no fans here but he was a good coach. I hope that he does to Michigan what he did at Stanford which is create a white friendly powerhouse program.
     
  12. Leonardfan

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    I just read that Peter King mmqb article and he mentioned that Cleveland may be drafting a qb and trying to get rid of Manziel already. King is one of the worst and least knowledgeable sports writers out there. He is essentially the equivalent to the national enquirer of print media as BSPN is the tmz to television coverage of sports. It makes my blood boil when reading his draft coverage because he has no clue what he is talking about (just like all the other "experts" but something about him really irks me)

    he he is also trying to make marioTA to the Eagles a story too. What a ******.
     
  13. Leonardfan

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    Black monday- such an ironic day for those coaches and gm's fired for taking part in the caste system and filling their rosters with players who were either drafted or signed to their respective teams due to the melanin in their skin.

    So far fat Rex and caste stooge idzik, trestman and emery, mike smith and haurbaugh have all been fired. Amazingly that *** thomas dimitroff somehow gets to keep his job.
     
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    Nice to see a post from you, Pam.
    Since it's his team, I expect his "rule" to rule the roost. An all-black everybody Crawfords team would be fine, and would lose half of their games, but unfortunately they have a genius white Hall of Fame cornerback, Defensive Coordinator Dick Lebeau steering the wayward affletes on defense. And the tough, resilient (and hated) Ben Roethlisberger on O. Imagine this same team with Hatie Smiff directing the defense and EJ Manuel at QB. I can guarantee that they would be battling for the first pick in the draft.
     
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    Elroy Hirsch had 1495 receiving yards in a 12 game season for 1951. Charely Hennigan of the Houston Oilers set a record which lasted a long time with 1746 yards in 1961. He also had 1546 in 1964, both in 14 game seasons.

    Lance Alworth's best year for San Diego was 1602 yards in 1965.
     
  16. Thrashen

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    I don't have time for my weekly write-up, but my favorite moment of the week was Decker's 74-yard TD...

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    Adam Thielen burning the Bears was pretty awesome, too...
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    Check out the statistical season had by JJ Watt, planet earth’s best football player. These type of numbers will never, ever be replicated…

    78 tackles, 20.5 sacks, 29 tackles for loss, 50 quarterback hits, 4 forced fumbles, 5 fumble recoveries, 10 passes defensed, 1 interception, 1 INT returned for a TD, 1 fumble returned for a TD, 1 safety, 3 offensive receiving touchdowns, and 32 overall points scored.

    Also, on this sack, he became the only player to ever had multiple 20+ sack campaigns...

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    The ideal scenario for the NFC playoffs appears to be the following…

    #4 Panthers defeat #5 Cardinals.
    #3 Cowboys defeat #6 Lions.
    #4 Panthers defeat #1 Seahawks.
    #2 Packers defeat #3 Cowboys.
    Packers defeat Panthers in NFC Championship.

    Naturally, the success of Cam Newton in the playoffs would be highly undesirable, but if he leads his relatively white-friendly Panthers team to a fluke victory at home against the very-black Cardinals and then Seattle in the Divisional Round, I’m all for it. With a 3/5 white OL, TE Greg Olsen, WR Brenton Bersin, LB Luke Kuechly, FS Colin Jones, and LB AJ Klein, this squad isn’t so bad…and they were particularly-palatable with Derek Anderson at the helm (fingers crossed). Unfortunately, due to seeding, there is no way for the Packers to play the Cowboys in the NFC Title game.

    The ideal scenario for the AFC playoffs appears to be the following…

    #3 Steelers defeat the #6 Ravens
    #4 Colts defeat the #5 Bengals.
    #1 Patriots defeat #4 Colts.
    #3 Steelers defeat #2 Broncos.
    Patriots defeat Steelers in AFC Championship.

    I’m torn on this one. The “best case scenario” for our cause is whatever the easiest path for New England to secure the two victories required to reach the Superbowl. The Pats throttled the Broncos, Bengals, and Colts earlier this season, but didn’t play the Steelers or Ravens. Depending on what happens in the Wildcard Round this weekend, New England could be playing the Ravens, Colts, or Bengals in the Divisional Round. The Patriots have traditionally struggled with the Ravens and Bengals, but seem to obliterate the Andrew Luck-led Colts with the greatest of ease. Either way, they'll need to shake off their poor playoff performances (even in their Superbowl years of 2007 and 2011) and take care of business.

    As always, there isn’t much to root for in these playoffs. The preferable Superbowl outcome is Packers-Patriots, then Cowboys-Patriots, then Packers-Colts, then Patriots-Panthers. If by some miracle, New England and Green Bay do manage to square off, I’d be pretty torn as to which team I’d like to see win it all…but I’d probably go with the Pats due to the now 10 year drought since their last title (whereas GB won in 2010-2011) and two agonizing Superbowl loses to the always-repulsive Giants.
     
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    RGScreen sure did live up to his name yesterday. I found this insightful analysis on Rabbiworld (I really like that name) of all places. Read the entire entry below. It's mind-blowing, even for a hack like Robert Griffin.

    Later in his "wrap up piece", writer Jonathan Bales, had this to say about Eric Decker. I added the emphasis.

    Rotoworld is rabidly anti-White, with an obsessive axe-to-grid against players like Riley Cooper, Coby Fleener and Brian Hartline to name a few, but this Bales fella seems pretty fair. He clearly does not write the "player news" blurbs.
     
  18. Freethinker

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    Isn't that the truth!

    The "support the troops crowd" seem to be the ones who support inflicting the most physical and mental suffering upon the troops. They care most about their well-being after they return home broken, damaged, scarred, deformed, amputated, etc. Too late in my opinion. The NFL is guilty of many crimes but their cheer-leading of war, destruction and loss of life maybe their most perverse.
     
  19. Matra2

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    They just reported an the radio that Ndamukong Suh is suspended for next week's playoff game. Detroit to appeal the decision. But don't worry it won't have an impact on his endorsements as he appears to be Teflon Suh.
     
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    Great news. Suh is a vile individual.

    Hopefully the giant sized, human turd and his coal black Lions get promptly flushed from the playoffs by Dallas.
     
  21. GiovaniMarcon

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    It's just a matter of time before Suh picks on the wrong bull—or some teammate of the target steps in on the would-be victim's behalf—and just knocks Suh the f*ck out.

    Most bullies are cowards (notice how Suh picks only on much smaller players who are not as likely to fight back, NOT because they can't fight back, but because they are too professional and sportsmanlike to do so), and even those bullies who actually don't mind an actual fight, someday they run into someone bigger and stronger and not willing to be stepped on.

    Then they reveal their inner b*tch.

    Suh appears to be one of those guys who is insecure and wants to have this reputation as a bad boy or a tough guy, like he wants to be an intimidator or something.

    He certainly won't build up his reputation based on his SH*TTY performance as an actual athlete. Third or fourth tier player. Practice squad material, though in my opinion he's not good enough for the American pro level, even held to the generally atrocious standard of Black defenders today. He's probably good enough to be the front door security guard of some sleazy, loser butterface strip club in some middle of nowhere town. Or maybe he can be one of those semi-retarded custodians who gets a job out of pity in a big city.

    He thinks he's ghetto, but if he tries to act ghetto in the WRONG ghetto, dude's not getting in a fight, he's getting SHOT.

    So, based on his behavior, he is just a mindless, overpaid dumbass who thinks he's hard, and tries way too hard to come off as hard. But really, he's not as hard as he thinks he is, and if he thinks being a big fatass who outweighs normal people (because he's a big out of shape fat f*ck) will make him an actual gangbanger, he doesn't know sh*t about that either.

    So, to summarize:

    Suh = CRAP football player. Knows JACK about the street. Ergo, Suh = pointless human.

    Why is this elephant turd in the league?
     
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    This article has a list of all the players Suh has cheap-shotted over the years, do you notice a very obvious trend here:

    http://m.espn.go.com/nfl/story?storyId=12093617

    And correct, this worthless thug always goes after people in positions who are unable to defend themselves, like being on the run or on the ground. He deserves a much harsher punishment to get the message. Something like half a season would be good.
     
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    Back in late November, I recall the game in which New England throttled the Lions. It was late in the 4[SUP]th[/SUP] quarter, the Pats were up 34-3, and Shane Vereen carried the ball as the Patriots were simply running out the clock to secure the blow-out victory. Suh tackled Vereen for a 1 yard gain and exclaimed something like: “Don’t you mother-ckers ever try to f-ckin run on me!” It was a crystal clear sound bite that was picked up by the Fox cameras without being edited/filtered. Of course, other than that profane outburst, Suh was entirely indistinguishable from the 4/5 other Negro defensive linemen playing in the game.

    I’ve been saying this for years, but anyone who watches the Lions play on a regular basis should realize that Suh is literally invisible on the field. His slightly-better-than-pedestrian final stats on the season: 53 tackles, 8.5 sacks, 3 PD, 0 FF, 0 FR…and this was certainly Suh’s best season since his rookie year in 2010. Compare Suh’s stats with, say, Kyle Williams, who is apparently the only white man in America deemed “worthy” of starting at defensive tackle in the NFL: 42 tackles, 5.5 sacks, 3 PD, 1 INT. Not much different. Keep in mind that 2014 was a down year for Williams, who amassed 68 tackles and 10.5 sacks in 2013.

    Suh is certainly above average (by the NFL’s abhorrent standards), but he is simply not a “superstar” defender. Couple his uninspired play with his constant cheap shots (against white players), his boneheaded personal fouls, his constant post-play scuffling with opposing offensive linemen, and his (likely steroid-induced) violent temperament…and you have a full-fledged ******* who hurts the team on the field and embarrasses the organization. Nevertheless, he will likely become the 2[SUP]nd[/SUP] highest paid defender this off-season. I wonder if the Marxists over at Subway, Inc. will continue to pay this criminally-hideous thug millions to push their subs, which now feature chemical-laced bread...

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    CAPTION: Subhuman Suh Sells Suppar Subs
     
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    What are the odds that in a league that is 70 percent black this obese, horrendously ugly turd would attack eight players that are all white? The DWF's will never see this angle, they are too busy enjoying their overpriced beers cheering for a team full of animals.
     
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    This is why I hope Richie Incognito gets back in the league. I know that if he faced off against Suh he would not stand for it and would literally pile drive that egg headed turd on his head.
     

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