RG III

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  1. white is right

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    The sacred cow that is the Black qb star must not be questioned or you will be fired.......http://espn.go.com/espn/story/_/id/8825796/rob-parker-contract-not-renewed-espn
     
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  2. Tom Iron

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    RGIII had a problem with his knee back in college. Why isn't this being discussed? He was damaged goods when he came into the league. Seems the propaganda has really done a great job in disguising this.


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  3. Wes Woodhead

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    Very true MR Iron. I remember Matt Jones had a shoulder injury in college, and ALL the "experts" were very vocal in their mantra spewing that he "couldnt be a QB on the NFL level". If Griffen was white he would have faced the same uphill climb. Since he is black his injury is basically unmentioned.
     
  4. davidholly

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    Defensive Coordinators know all about it though. :wink:
     
  5. davidholly

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    I'm not a doctor but I heard it can take 8-12 months to heal from LCL surgery and that doesn't include also healing from ACL surgery at the same time.
     
  6. Jimmy Chitwood

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    so Griffith injured his knee on Sunday and had surgery today ... that's unusual. everyone i've personally known, and all that i've known of through media outlets, had to wait at least a couple of weeks for swelling to go down and so forth before they could perform the surgery. how is it that the "magical one" had his surgery so quickly? i'm no knee surgery expert by any stretch of the imagination, but this quick knife seems very unusual.
     
  7. Tom Iron

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    Jimmy Chitwood, Sir there's nothing on the level when it comes to this guy, rgiii. The whole thing with him is a concocted illusion. Everyone in his right mind knew his being injured was only a matter of time. Maybe there were some who were mildly surprised it was so fast, but that's all.

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  8. Don Wassall

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    From Weenieworld:

    A league source tells Profootballtalk.com that there is "much greater concern" about Robert Griffin III's reconstructed right knee than Griffin or "anyone connected to the Redskins" has let on. Griffin will end up rehabbing both knees because surgeons were forced to use a patellar tendon graft from his left knee in order to fix his right. He tore the ACL, LCL, and partially tore his meniscus in the right knee. Per PFT's source, the "biggest concern" is with Griffin's knee cartilage. Due to two knee constructions and ultimately three surgeries since 2009 at Baylor, there is concern "about how much (cartilage) remains and how long it will last" in Griffin's knee(s). A potential end result could be a bone-on-bone condition, which can lead to microfracture surgery and/or shorten a football player's career.
     
  9. Don Wassall

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    Damaged Goods Dept., continued:

    Based on the opinions of knee surgeons, the Washington Times believes it would be "ambitious" to expect Robert Griffin (ACL, LCL surgery) to be healthy in time for Week 1 of 2013. Beat writer Rich Campbell cautions not to bet against RG3, but encourages Skins fans to "begin making friends with the concept" of Kirk Cousins opening the season as Washington's starting quarterback. Considering Griffin's long-term value to the franchise, Campbell wouldn't rule out the Redskins placing him on PUP to open the year. Doing so would cost RG3 the first six games.
     
  10. Tom Iron

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    Don, The guy is finished. Any talk about when he'll be ready is all malarkey.

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  11. Tannehill17

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    What a bunch of idiots the Redskins were trading all those #1 picks to get this guy. The Rams have to be laughing their asses off right about now.
     
  12. scroat

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    The Redskins have one of the strongest brands in all the NFL, I read somewhere that they're the most profitable team in the world (not the most revenue generating though). Griffin has good reason for wanting to keep the Redskins brand alive.
     
  14. Extra Point

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    The media likes to call Griffin "RGIII."

    The III stands for the 3 first round draft picks the Redskins threw away to get this injury prone player.
     
  15. scroat

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    In the most recent and asinine espy commercial RG3 is narrating the things that happended this year in sports. Naturally is almost all black except for when he says something like "this little guy happended" in reference to Manziel. The funny part is is that RG3 is only one inch taller and 17 pounds heavier and Manziel is only 20. Anyway long story short is they are already starting this nonsense.
     
  16. Don Wassall

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    He's very scrawny, and now that he's not going to be allowed to run nearly as much after what happened last season, I expect his "magic" to decline while still remaining susceptible to injuries.
     
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    Yeah, it's real early to tell how Griffin's career is gonna break.. but I think Griffin has a lot of potential to have a Vick-esque career.
    Not the stupid, immoral personal stuff.. but an instinct to leave the pocket, & subsequently take on a lot of injuries.

    It's the nature of G3's game.. it's his strength. But it's a liability in the pros. NFL teams always try and re-program the mo'bull quarterblacks. Not completely erase their strength as scramblers, but routinely try and turn them into stay in the pocket passers first.. It hasn't worked, because their hardwiring is to instinctively flee the pocket & rely on elusiveness to succeed. Your natural pocket passers thrive under the pressure of that pocket collapse.. It's two completely different psyches.

    What I'm curious to see, is how Cousins will develop as a backup.. will he get to start somewhere else, or will Griffin's injuries turn Cousins into a star in Washington (?)

    ps- 'declining magic' :grin:
     
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  19. Don Wassall

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    Absolutely amazing to me how infantilized this "society" has become. What is it with men sending pictures of their dicks? Brett Favre did it, Anthony Wiener did it, celebrities can't help themselves and it's apparently epidemic among the proletariat (non-celebrity class). Phallus worshipping is very "gay," but then again this is the "US of Gay," the queerest country in world history as even the most cursory examination of "popular culture" will attest.

    As for Griffin, he'll likely end up being O.J. II -- a super nice, non-threatening, friendly black on the exterior who is anything but internally. As Tom Iron has noted many times, seemingly all blacks throw it away sooner or later, but of course the "White" (jews and sell-out goys) power structure does its best to rescue them time and again.
     
  20. whiteathlete33

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    The Gremlin is one horrendously ugly dude. It's amazing that in todays society all a negro needs is money and he can get beautiful whyte wimminz. In Griffins case at least he can speak well but most of the negroes mumble ebonics and treat their women like dirt.
     
  21. davidholly

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    Saw this on NFL.com today while checking preseason schedule.
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    How can anyone deny Griffin is a gremlin?
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    Just look at his room brightening smile.
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  22. BeyondFedUp

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    Yes indeed Don on every point. This is discusting. As an unapologetic life-long Cowboy fan (45+ years), I would really enjoy seeing this false media-made deity negro and his team go in the tank this year...
     
  23. jaxvid

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    I think you owe everybody an apology. :nod:
     
  24. Jack Lambert

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    I thought I'd seen it all when it comes to DWF fandom, but I guess I was wrong. I saw this question on ESPN.com. A simple question, who would you rather have at QB for "your" team: Ben Roethlisberger or RGIII? A simple answer one would assume; who wouldn't want a two time Superbowl winning QB veteran still playing at a very high level on their team, or an average QB who's coming off major knee surgery, and hasn't won a single playoff game? Apparently, I was very wrong... http://espn.go.com/sportsnation/polls/_/category/13

    If you can't view the link, the poll result was out of nearly 9,000 votes: RGIII 69%, Ben Roethlisberger, 31%. :crazy: The DWFs really knocked it out of the park this time.... You've got to be kidding me, this is really pushing it.... so 69% of people would rather have this loser who's coming major knee surgery and an average season, over a 2-time Superbowl winning QB that's consistently carried the Steelers since his rookie year? What a bunch of morons.
     
  25. Wes Woodhead

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    It just goes to show how absolutely brainwashed the average NFL fan is. Winning is all that suppose to matter, but obviously winning is not all that important. That goes for fans, coaches, GMs, owners, and even players. Much more important than winning is having a black QB, and making sure you dont have many white skill players.
     

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