White Quarterbacks

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  1. celticdb15

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    Same here. I expect him to put up some solid performances the next few weeks. It's amazing what a solid oline,good play calling,and coaches that believe in you can do for a players confidence. He's always had physical tools.

    Side note Roethlisberger is out 4-8 weeks with PCL sprain. Dogkiller Vick to the rescue. Time for the Steelers to really start declining .
     
  2. Extra Point

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    Vick has a history of injury. The Steeler's third string quarterback is Landry Jones.

    If Vick gets injured Jones may get an opportunity. That would be good to see.
     
  3. celticdb15

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    Screw Vick and Screw the Steelers for screwing over Jones in the first place! But I hope Jones does see the field.
     
  4. Extra Point

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    Derek Carr is a good looking young quarterback.
     
  5. celticdb15

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    Matt Cassell getting start this week for Cowboys!
     
  6. Extra Point

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    Good luck to Cassel! He's had success at times in his career. Maybe he'll be successful in this situation.

    Weeden looked ok to me but the Cowboys apparently felt Cassel gives them a better chance.

    Weeden did fail to score a TD with numerous passes at the end of the game against NE. This may have played a part in the decision.
     
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    It's too bad the Bills play the Cowboys so late in the season. It would of been nice to see Cassell beat the team that screwed him over but Romo should be back and starting in late December when the two teams play.
     
  8. Extra Point

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    The Bills screwed themselves by trading Cassel. Now that Tyrod Taylor has been injured they are stuck without a reliable backup.
     
  9. Extra Point

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    I t seems that white quarterbacks consistently throw for more yards than black quarterbacks.
     
  10. Extra Point

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    Compare the media treatment of Nick Foles and Cam Newton. Foles is called one of the worst QBs in the league while Newton is lauded as one of the best.

    Statistically Foles is playing better than Newton and most of the negatives Foles has statistically came from one game.

    Yet the media treats them as if they're polar opposites in terms of performance.

    Lurkers take note. There is an anti-white pro-black bias in the mainstream media. It's obvious once you become aware of it.
     
  11. Extra Point

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    Brandon Weeden was released by the Cowboys.

    He had a completion percentage of over 70% and a quarterback rating of over 90%. He also had a relatively low salary. Apparently none of that was good enough.

    This was a bad move by the Cowboys. They appear to be going with only two quarterbacks, one of whom is injury prone Tony Romo. What happens if Romo gets hurt again? They'll be one deep.

    A smart, quarterback needy team should sign Weeden immediately. Houston could sure use him.
     
  12. PHillisFan

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    If you weren't a Carson Palmer fan before, you will be now.

    Palmer does crotch chop to group of Seattle dwf's. :clap2:

    https://vine.co/v/iBPzt7ItVVg
     
  13. Leonardfan

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    Weeden was signed by the Texans.
     
  14. Extra Point

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    Austin Davis is getting the start this week for the Browns.

    Davis was an undrafted free agent in 2012 and bounced around practice squads for a couple of years before getting some starts for the Rams in 2014.

    He had some good games and some not so good games, as is common for young quarterbacks.

    The scouting reports tag him has a player who is a little undersized, has good accuracy in the short and intermediate range but does not have elite arm strength.

    I'm interested to see how Davis does against the Bengals this week. I think there is some chance that Davis could develop into a starter in the NFL.

    Brett Favre has praised Davis but they went to the same college so Favre may be biased.
     
  15. Extra Point

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    Pretty good quarterback matchup in the Big Ten Championship, Connor Cook vs CJ Beathard. On tonight.
     
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    Blake Bortles deserves mention for a great performance - 5 touchdowns, 0 interceptions - in a losing effort for the Jaguars.
     
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    He does, but barely a peep because the media finds it much more orgasmic to celebrate 5 TD performances by the likes of Jameez Crablegs Winston, sCam-man and Dungbeetle Wilson.
     
  18. PHillisFan

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    In a shocker long time caste stooge Gil Brandt ranks Bortles as the best qb of the last 2 drafts.

    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap30...les-first-among-qbs-picked-in-last-two-drafts

    One detail I found interesting, but not surprising was the mention of Nathaniel Hackett who some might remember was the coordinator last year in Buffalo. He was unable to get anything out of Manuel as the starter. One year later he has helped Bortles become a better passer in Jacksonville. That should tell you the qb was the problem, not the coaches.
     
  19. Extra Point

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    That article perfectly encapsulates the delusional mind of the jealous DWF. What a terribly stupid and misguided article by a self-hating white.


    [h=4]Daytime Disney movies[/h]The Bengals took on the Steelers in a hard-fought battle on Sunday, and I guess they also played a football game afterwards. The biggest knock came when Andy Daltonfractured his thumb attempting to tackle Stephon Tuitt following an interception. It was a blow that seems catastrophic at the time for the Bengals, who are in the midst of perhaps their greatest season in the Dalton era. Thankfully, the injury may not be season-ending and the Red Rifle (that's his nickname, yeah?) could return by week 17.
    In the interim, we get to watch AJ McCarron get pasted by NFL defenders and this should bring joy to the land. We got a glimpse of it on Sunday when the former Alabama quarterback attempted a screen pass, only to get hammered by a defensive end whileWilliam Gay took the ball back for six points. That was my highlight of the game. It left me whooping and hollering even as the Lions game attempted to drag me down into the doldrums.
    If this seems excessive, it's because AJ McCarron fits a particular mold of player in attitude and circumstance that makes him the ultimate heel, especially if you know anything about his college career. He comes from the Alabama dynasty that won two national titles while he was starting, an Alabama program that few root for outside of its own fanbase. His play was nothing memorable in Tuscaloosa, but he was repeatedly shoe-horned into the national conversation for Heisman and beyond because he was The Alabama Quarterback and thus all winning and glory had to be attributed to him and not the most feared linemen in all of division 1 college football. He bristled vociferously during draft analysis, believing he should have been in the same conversation as Blake Bortles and Teddy Bridgewater and Johnny Manziel (okay, he might have a point on the last one). After his time came on Sunday, he compared his situation to that of Tom Brady, sending Boston sports fans and media into a clucking madness because someone deigned to talk about themselves in the same terms as their golden son.
    This is the same quarterback with the bombshell bikini model as his girlfriend, the one Brent Musburger openly ogled on national television.
    It's all too perfect. Did AJ walk out of a Disney daytime television movie about some sort of high school drama? He fits the role so perfectly! McCarron's the ****y, silver spoon-born, letterman-jacketed jock of the rival snobby prep school who firmly believes all there is to life is winning, a ****eyed caricature sentiment that reverberates down from the joyless coach (hi Nick Saban!) to every last member of the varsity football team, a juggernaut the plucky hapless protagonists are supposed to take down through shenanigans and last minute miracles (this actually happened).
    Let this not read as a condemnation of McCarron. Indeed, I'd rather see him do well in the NFL. The desire to watch him get smashed by defenders on Sunday just means he's playing to his role perfectly. After all, we're going to need a new arch-villain once Brady rides off into the sunset.
     
  21. Extra Point

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    Kellen Moore has been named the starter for next week's game against the Bills.

    Moore was one of the best college quarterbacks ever. He was an undrafted free agent in 2012. He was considered to have top understanding of the mental part of the game but was lacking in physical attributes such as arm strength and size. He was considered to have good accuracy, touch and placement.

    Moore's start can be seen as a battle of mind over matter. Will Moore's mental acuity triumph?
     
  22. Leonardfan

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    I am finding the criticism of Brock Osweiler baffling by the mainstream media. BSPN is claiming he has fallen back to earth. The Manning-Osweiler sage is somewhat interesting. I think it is valuable for Brock to get playing time - he will be a free agent and will be a starter next year either in Denver or elsehwere but I also would like to see Peyton return for a playoff run and go out on top.


    I have actually watched the last two Broncos games and Demarius Thomas and Vernon Davis who was foolishly traded for have had huge drops that cost Denver the past two games. Thomas had a drop near the goal line against Oakland that if it was caught would of been a TD among other drops, Davis had huge drops in back to back weeks in plays that would of resulted in big plays and first downs.

    Not that my opinion matters but I think Peyton should ride off into the sunset and retire after the season but I want him starting in playoff games so he at least will go out on his terms. He has given alot to this game and is easily one of the best QBs in NFL history. If the Pats don't win the superbowl I would like to see Peyton capture a second one.
     
  23. Don Wassall

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    It's been another excellent season for White quarterbacks. Kirk Cousins and Blaine Gabbert were the two most despised White QBs coming into the season and were written off as not being potential quality NFL starters, but both have done very well. Andy Dalton was almost as hated as Cousins and Gabbert, and responded with his best season, one ranking among the best in the league, until his recent hand injury.

    Johnny Manziel is showing promise, as is Brock Osweiler. Blake Bortles has really blossomed in his second year in the NFL, along with fellow second year starter David Carr. Veterans Ryan Fitzpatrick and Brian Hoyer both played above the always low expectations of the caste media.

    All-time greats Aaron Rodgers, Carson Palmer, Drew Brees, Ben Roethlisberger, Philip Rivers and Tom Brady are all still going strong. Matt Stafford is having his best year yet. Joe Flacco and Tony Romo were derailed by injuries but both are still high quality starters though Romo is aging. Jay Cutler has finally become more consistent and is having a very good year, while the always under-appreciated Alex Smith is once again playing well.

    Matt Ryan has had a down year, as has Andrew Luck, but both should rebound next year. Ryan Tannehill oozes potential, a good deal of it realized, but remains a victim of a poor offensive line and shoddy play calling and execution. Sadly, Peyton Manning is finally nearing the end of his remarkable career at the age of 39, a titan and an ironman finally slowed first by nerve damage in his neck affecting his arm strength and late last season and this year by foot and ankle problems.

    Considering how feverishly the tyranny is going about replacing White men wherever and whenever possible, not just in sports but in every prestigious occupation in general, the continued resilence and excellence of White quarterbacks remains a huge obstacle to the subversive change agents who have been boring from within for generations to achieve their communistic goals in America.
     
  24. BeyondFedUp

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    Outstanding post, Don. Insightful and encouraging as well.
     
  25. Extra Point

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    The 2012 draft class was a great one for white quarterbacks.

    Andrew Luck, Ryan Tannehill, Brandon Weeden, Brock Osweiler, Nick Foles, Kirk Cousins, Austin Davis, Case Keenum and Kellen Moore are all still in the league and all have started at some point in their careers.

    That's nine young white quarterbacks who look to have long careers in the NFL.
     

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