This ordeal relates to college football too. I and many here have always figured there is a reluctance for teams to sport a star white running back which means a lot of players have to be on the same page. We have also noticed that black QBs have not blended well with white WRs. And there are only a paltry dozen or so white WRs in the entire league. Same holds true for white DBs as we know. This past Super Bowl where the Patriots white receivers were gobbling up star like stats their non white defense couldn't stop anything. Was the defense not properly motivated because the white skill players on offense would take all the glory? Are most black players only motivated by having black glory players on their team? Just a question but worth asking given what we have seen over the years. White players since the 1990s have become servants to the cause of the black skill position players who ultimately get cast as heroes. By servants their main task is to ensure that black players get the glory. These servants would include the punter and kicker. Offensive linemen. What about the QB? The QB is both the hero and servant. The white QB has been exalted and that can't be ignored. But they also are the key facilitator for black skill players especially of course the receivers who garner their own stardom as a result of having a good connection with their QB. But what would happen if the white players decided to suddenly become unmotivated because there were say no white skill stars? In other words if white players took up a racial cause in the way black players seemingly do? So if white blockers decide to give less than 100% with a black RB and white QBs treat throwing to black WRs the way black QBs treat white WRs then the black skill position heroes would start to shrivel up would they not? White players have tried hard for their black teammates for ages now. Can the same be said for black players when it comes to their white teammates? The main point I am trying to make is that it is unhealthy. I also think it would be instructive if black players felt the sting of what white players have been subjected to over the years. Just once I'd like a black WR feel the pain of having a white QB ignore them on purpose. The bottom line is in today's locker room racial fairness and true racial harmony are lacking because blacks are too often territorial and racially demanding. I want to see that dynamic change so we can get back to the true competitive nature of sports that isn't filtered through the inner disdain too many blacks feel towards their white teammates, especially those in the glory spots. The black players have no issues of course with those that play the role of the perfect servant.