Super Bowl LIII

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  1. FootballDad

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    Amazing that this thread has not yet been started the day before the big game! Especially with CF favorite New England being one of the participants.

    On paper it looks to be an outstanding game. As with most NFL games, I hope to see outstanding performances by the crackas on both teams, things that can’t be overlooked by people watching.
     
  2. northwinds

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    What a shame Cooper Kupp isn’t playing.........but heavy doses of Edelman, Hogan, Gronk and Burkhead, like in the AFC Champiknship, should turn a few DWFs heads.......
     
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    I hope they don't make a big deal of the male exotic dancers prancing on the sidelines as I don't want to blow chunks. Heaven forbid there comes the day we have a female official during a SB game. :mad:
     
  4. Westside

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    I am feeling pretty confident of an NE victory. I believe BB will have a game plan to negate Donald. Suh will get tired and be a non-factor. I believe once NE gets the ground game going the quick medium passing game will have the Rams reeling. I see the final score as 31-10 NE. Once again Amerika will be exposed to the white playmakers dominating the affeletic Ram defense. Should be an epic game.
     
  5. Thrashen

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    Here is a racial breakdown of both Super Bowl teams. The Pats have 16 whites and the Rams have 15:

    Patriots:
    QB - Brady, Hoyer
    RB - Burkhead, Develin
    TE - Gronkowski
    WR - Hogan, Edelman
    OL - Thuney, Andrews, Ferentz, Karras
    DL - Simon
    DB - Ebner
    P/K/LS - Allen, Gostkowski, Cardona

    Rams:
    QB - Goff, Mannion
    TE - Higbee, Mundt
    OL - Allen, Blythe, Whitworth, Havenstein, Sullivan
    DL - Lawler, Longacre
    LB - Hager
    P/K/LS - Hekker, Luerlein, McQuaide

    Both teams have several notable white players on IR, including Cooper Kupp and Morgan Fox for LA and Hollister, McCarron, Berrios, and Schwenke for NE.

    Pats-Rams should be a close game and given Hogan’s pending free agency, possibly the last time we see a SB team starting two white WR’s. It could also be Gronk’s last game as a pro, the last time a white RB get touches in the SB, and the last SB game to ever be reached by Brady-Belichick. In terms of stats, how could last year’s SB ever be topped? Foles, Ertz, Gronk (twice), and Hogan all caught TD’s, 3 white pass-catchers went over 100 yards, Brady threw for 505 yards, etc.

    Aside from a NE victory, it’s very important that our skill guys (Gronk, Edelman, Hogan, Burkhead) represent white masculinity on a national stage. NE has never lost a SB in which Edelman was their #1 WR and I think he’s a “good luck charm” of sorts and the emotional leader of the offense. His previous SB performances (#49 against Seattle and #51 against Atlanta) have been absolutely stellar, as he carried the squad to victory when the situation appeared quite bleak. Hard to believe that a guy who was either injured or mostly mediocre (dropping passes, bobbling punts, fumbling, false starts) could, by tomorrow night, become a 3-time world champion. He is more strong-willed than any white WR I can ever recall...



    Given that Sony Michel is a rookie, I could see Rex stealing some quality carries, possibly around the goal line. Due to his versatility, he may vulture a few passes from James White and in hurry-up situations, too. James Develin has been used plenty this season and I’d love to see the all-world FB score a short TD on the biggest stage.

    Talib could shadow Gronk, Roby-Coleman could shadow Edelman, and the hapless and slow-footed Marcus Peters could cover Hogan. Of those matchups, I like Hogan’s chances to get loose for a long TD. I think the Pats “preserved” Gronk for this very game and if they need a score, I think #87 be unleashed one last time.

    As for Brady, well, he’ll be under the most pressure of anyone in the stadium and it’s all his own doing. How much resiliency, fortitude, and inner strength can one athlete possess? If he wins his 6th NFL championship tomorrow night, he’s the greatest athlete to ever play in America’s most popular sport.

    Without Kupp, a Rams victory wouldn’t go a long way in helping to destroy the Caste System. Perhaps if Goff and Higbee both had a career game, it would ease the pain of seeing this team hoist the trophy.
     
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    Saw a commercial on the NFL channel Super Bowl show featuring two NFL players who are partners in a cupcake shop. I think the ad was for some social media. They are in a pink room discussing cupcakes and the advantages that social media gives them in their business.

    I didn't linger on it as too much pink makes me queasy. So I can't say for sure it wasn't some sort of satire. I think it could pass for satire. But then again, this is 2019.
     
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    Here is the Belichick Breakdown preview of the Rams.

     
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    Should be an interesting matchup. Rams hyped DL against Pat's OL. In the end Brady and his quick release and decision making will mean another win for New England!

    As Thrashen noted it's going to be hard to beat last Year's game in terms of White Athlete's scoring TDs.
     
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    The Patriots offense is very hard to stop when Bellichick has two weeks to put together a game plan. The problem, as always, will be the defense. The Rams' run game is very good and the New England D will have alot of trouble stopping it. The advantage New England has is they won't be overwhelmed by the moment, while Los Angeles might be. But the Rams have a very strong defense as well as offense. They are no joke. I think New England will win, but its not going to be a blow out. The Rams are a really good team.
     
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    Win or lose, all of New England's appearances in the Super Bowl during the Belichick-Brady era have been close. Wouldn't mind seeing the Patriots win in a blowout tomorrow, and given how quickly the Rams have risen they might not be ready for the moment yet. I'd rather see them win it down the line with Kupp playing a key role.

    Thrashen's racial breakdown is interesting. The Patriots only have one more White player than the Rams on their roster, but without Kupp LA looks like a typical Caste team whereas the Patriots are commonly perceived as a "White" team. A few White players at receiver and running back has a huge impact on how a team is viewed by DWFs and the anti-White corporate media.
     
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    The Patriots will have an easier time with the Rams, than the Eagles last year. You heard it first on CF!
     
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    So today's the day of the game. I'm hoping the Patriots win because they have white skill position players and are identified as a white team by many.

    Naturally I hope all the white players in the games do well, both on the Patriots and Rams.
     
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    One way of looking at it going against the pats - if Brady plays poor be still has 5 rings, a few MVPs, and one of the all-time great QBs. Goff might get crucified with a poor performance and DWFs will want to replace him.

    Seeing as both teams are near coal on defence a high-scoring game with both QBs succeeding, and of course our Pats skill position players, would be a good result no matter the winner like with last year.
     
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    My guess is that Bellichek will game plan around eliminating Aaron Donald from making an impact. Suh has been overrated since coming into the league and is not the impactful defender the media makes him out to be. Aaron Donald will become acquainted with James Develin quite a bit along with the Pats interior OL. The Rams dbs can’t hold a candle to the Pats wrs and Gronk should be able to dominate the Rams average LBs.
     
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    There’s a lot at stake for our skill players today that could really change the way their careers are perceived by the media and DWF’s.

    Brady will get his 6th ring.

    Burkhead will get his 1st ring.

    Hogan will get his 2nd ring.

    Edelman will get his 3rd ring.

    Gronk will get his 3rd ring (he’s only actually played in one game in which they won - SB #49).

    Too bad the team decided to sign a dozen different WR’s instead of simply re-signing Amendola (who’d be playing for his 3rd ring), who has been one of their most clutch playoff performers over the past 5 years. Danny was there when the “second phase” of the Patriot dynasty all started in the 2014 playoffs...

     
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    It boils down to the glory positions. The racial make up defenses also plays a role but not quite up to the level of white WRs and RBs. That is the dividing line. Most people don't give a rat's ass about the racial makeup of the OL or kickers. Many blacks will be rooting against the Patriots because of their white skill players. Which is why I will be rooting for the Patriots like a bear even if their defense doesn't pass my sniff test.

    Having two starting white WRs and a solid back up white RB overrides my usual concerns. And DE John Simon has been playing more of late to be fair.

    No brainer for me. The Rams look like a standard caste team from the 90's. Damn shame Cooper Kupp isn't around though. That would have added another sugar rush outlet.

    I will be my usual nervous wreck watching. Enjoy the game people.

    Go Patriots!!!!!!
     
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    The halftime show, featuring (((Adam Levine))) and his band Maroon 5, could be interesting:

    Maroon 5 frontman hints Superbowl show will be hip-hop kneeling fest. Fox News offers alternative for halftime.

    Proud, flag-loving patriots who hate seeing the American flag be disrespected may have no other option but to tune out of the upcoming Super Bowl halftime show.

    The show has been mired in controversy because of a concerted effort by radical far-left activists to stop any artist from performing at the event. To them, any performance would be a slap in the face to unemployed former NFL quarterback and continued race-baiting agitator Colin Kaepernick.

    Thankfully, some artists resisted the pressure and signed up for the gig anyway, including the pop rock band Maroon 5 and rappers Big Boi and Travis Scott, among others. But judging by the rhetoric of Maroon 5’s lead singer, Adam Levine, trouble may still be expected.

    How so? During an interview this week with Entertainment Tonight, Levine said that the band plans to honor those who believe in the concept of so-called “social justice.”

    “They will be [heard] — that’s all I want to say because I don’t want to spoil anything,” he said, referring to those who’ve been complaining about the band’s participation in the show.

    “And once again, I like to think that people know where I stand as a human being after two decades doing this. I’m not a speaker. I’m not a public speaker. I do speak, but it’s through the music. My life’s work and what I put out into the universe has been positive and hopefully inspiring.”

    full article: https://www.bizpacreview.com/2019/0...x-news-offers-alternative-for-halftime-720139
     
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    CBS (Communist Broadcasting Station) rejects pro-flag, anti-Kaepernick 'Just Stand' Super Bowl ad
     
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    All I want is to see a close game where Goff and Brady put up big stats with OMB(Old Man Brady) outperforming Goff enough to seal the victory. Also, Edelman, Hogan and Gronk with big games. Then we can enjoy fireworks and the cries of the media and their anti-white rats.
     
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    If the NFL actually cared about profit they would cancel Moron 5. Nobody cares about the halftime show anyway. But now they're just going to spark their boomer fans to do another boycott.
     
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    Its funny to read the comments of people who just hate the Patriots so much. What a waste of time to be hateful and envious of someone who is more succesful than you. Why wouldn't you just try to emulate them?
     
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    I want a Pats laugher. I think I say that every year and it never happens. Probably not possible with their crappy defense. I just don't want to see the Rams running game giving them the lead and New England playing from behind.

    I want Brady to have a winning record in Super Bowls.
     
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    The great American NFL tradition of only blacks singing the anthem continues this year. Black sisters also sang God Bless America.
     
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    And MLK propaganda is front and center, who according to Conservatism Inc. would be a conservative today lol. Given that the game is in Atlanta I could be wrong about how much the party line is force-fed during the game and commercials.
     

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