White Quarterbacks

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  1. Westside

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  2. Extra Point

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    Let's compare two quarterbacks.

    G PCT TD INT Y/G RAT

    Foles 8 59.8 13 10 270 81.4
    Newton 14 58.5 18 12 223 82.1

    Their statistics are similar, especially their quarterback rating. Foles's interception rate is higher but so is his yards per game.

    Yet the media fawns over Newton as if was some kind of god. Foles - they incessantly talk about how he must be replaced.

    The reason they do this is they have a black supremacist anti-white agenda. The want to get rid of white quarterbacks and replace them with blacks.

    Lurkers, if you doubt this start looking and you will see the pattern. It's quite blatant once you're aware of their agenda.
     
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    It's incredible how quickly young white quarterbacks are written off by the mainstream media, DWFs and teams. For example the mm regards Manziel as a total bust after only 1 1/2 games.

    Foles, Cousins, Glennon and Manziel are promising young players but are seen to be worthless by mainstream media types.

    I believe teams go by what the media says and don't make decisions on their own. Since the media hates and denigrates white quarterbacks the teams go along with the program. Winning is secondary to promoting an anti-white agenda.
     
  4. Extra Point

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    There's some speculation that the Eagles might trade Sam Bradford for Johnny Manziel. That would be an interesting trade. Manziel would seem to fit Chip Kelly's system well.

    I'd make that trade if I was the Eagles but not if I was the Browns.
     
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    Manziels days in Cleveland may be finished. It looks like the Browns may try and draft Mariota by moving up in the draft.
     
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    Just remember that this time of year all of these ludicrous rumors are being floated around. The giddy TMZ media is worse than a sewing circle trying to report on gossip and hearsay.
     
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    According to reports, Geno Smiff's days in New York are numbered. Jets management and new HC realize that 2 yrs are enough of the buffoonery and time to cut their losses and clown show performances.
     
  8. Extra Point

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    One of the rumors floating around is that the Eagles are willing to trade Matt Barkley for a low round draft pick.

    If I were a quarterback needy team I'd trade a 6th or 7th round draft pick for Barkley. That would be a bargain.

    I think Barkley has the potential to develop into a quality starting quarterback but he needs a chance to play and develop.

    Barkley has two years experience in training camp and two years remaining on his rookie contract. Is he worth a low round draft pick? Heck yes!
     
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    It will be interesting to see what happens with Mike Glennon and Zach Mettenberger after Tampa drafted Winston and Tennessee drafted Mariota.

    Both Glennon and Mettenberger showed promise when given the opportunity.

    If I were a quarterback needy team I'd be checking into whether one of these men was available in a trade.

    It's possible that one or both could end up being a long term starter in the NFL.
     
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    Agreed both have shown a lot of promise in short time as starters. Super short leash their teams impeded their progress by not havin faith in their pocket passers. Instead they draft highly hyped QBs this year to come in with job handed to them.
     
  11. Extra Point

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    Ryan Tannehill signed a well deserved 4 year contract extension with the Miami Dolphins. The contract will keep him with the Dolphins for the next 6 years.

    Tannehill is a franchise quarterback. Last year he had a 66% completion rate with 27 TDs and only 12 INTs. He had a 92.8 passer rating. Pretty good numbers.

    Lurkers take note. If you want to see evidence of bias in the mainstream media check out their coverage of Ryan Tannehill. They try to claim that Tannehill is unproven, mediocre, average etc. One article used phrases such as "still developing" and "mostly average" to slant the coverage against Tannehill, make him look like less of a player than he really is.

    Tannehill is a proven franchise caliber quarterback. The mainstream media tries to put down all white players, including quarterbacks, so they won't give Tannehill the credit he deserves.

    Compare the coverage given to Tannehill with Cam Newton, who is clearly a worse quarterback. Compare Newton's 82.1 quarterback rating with Tannehill's 92.8 quarterback rating and ask yourself why Newton is praised to the skies by the mainstream media and Tannehill is portrayed as being average and in jeopardy of losing his job.

    The reason for this is the mainstream media has a black supremacist and an anti-white agenda.
     
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  12. Extra Point

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    There are a number of white quarterbacks in the NFL who could be starters but aren't given fair opportunities.

    These include Matt Barkley, Kirk Cousins, Mike Glennon and Ryan Nassib.

    Cousins and Glennon have already shown they can start in the league yet aren't being given the opportunities that black quarterbacks EJ Manuel and Geno Smith have.

    The reason is anti-white racism and black supremacism.
     
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    Ryan Nassib is stuck behind Eli Manning in NY. Nassib looked good in the preseason last year but hasn't gotten an opportunity to prove himself in the regular season.

    Nassib is potentially a quality starting quarterback.

    Let's hope he gets his chance.
     
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    Philadelphia has three quarterbacks that figure to be on the roster, Sam Bradford, Mark Sanchez and Matt Barkley.

    Bradford is an injury waiting to happen. Sanchez is a subpar quarterback. Barkley was an excellent college quarterback that has never gotten extensive playing time in the pros.

    Barkley could develop into a starting quarterback if given a chance. Maybe he'll get his chance this year.
     
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    Tampa Bay drafted Winston with the number one pick. He'll likely be the starter from day one.

    My prediction is that Mike Glennon will outplay Winston in the preseason but will not be named the starter. I further predict that Winston will be lousy during the 2015 season and that Lovie Smith will continue to play him over Glennon.

    White quarterbacks, like other white players, don't get a fair chance in the NFL. What is going to happen in Tampa will be an example of this.
     
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    Alex Smith was instrumental in turning a bad Chiefs team into a good one. He doesn't get enough credit for that.

    When Andy Reid came to the Chiefs one of his first moves was to trade draft picks to the 49ers for Smith. Included in the deal was a high 2nd round pick. This move really paid off as the Chiefs got a quality player at the game's most important position.
     
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    Barkley was traded to Arizona for a conditional pick. It looks as if it will end up being a 6th or 7th in 2016.

    Arizona made themselves a good deal. Last year they were forced to start Ryan Lindley when their 1st and 2nd string QBs went down. The results weren't good.

    Now the Cardinals have insurance and a young player to develop for the future.

    The Cardinals were rumored to have been interested in Barkley when he came out in the 2013 draft. There may have been truth to those rumors.
     
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    Kirk Cousins did not have a good game against the Giants.

    I hope the Redskins give him an extended trial as a starter and not give him a quick hook.
     
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    Very unfortunate. I hope he's given a fair shot as well, but won't hold my breath given the history of the repulsive team owner.

    The Marxist Media Mavens are already in full attack mode :

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.co...s-to-throw-interceptions-at-an-alarming-rate/


    Strangely, the MMMs are never "alarmed" by the complete lack of pocket presence, awareness, and decision making skills exhibited by every single Quotaback I've ever had the misfortune to see take a snap under center.

    :mmph:
     
  21. Extra Point

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    Gruden, the head coach of the Redskins, has indicated that Cousins will remain the starter.

    This is the way you do it. You give a young quarterback a chance to develop by playing. This also gives you a chance to make a correct assessment of the player's ability.

    After an extended trial if the player is good enough then you're set. If not you can move on without making a mistake by giving up on a player you shouldn't have.

    In recent years white quarterbacks have not been given fair chances, to the detriment of their teams.

    Mike Glennon is an example. He should have been the starter all last year for Tampa but the quarterback situation was mismanaged by Tampa head coach Lovie Smith.
     
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    I've been watching the pregame shows this morning and it's an all out assult on white QBs:

    Weeden is scared.
    Cousins doesn't have 'it'. Whatever 'it' is...
    Stafford is in for a rough night against Denver.
    One of the Dolphins' sumos is down with an injury, so Tannehil will struggle.
    Clausen is going against the mighty Seahawks defense.
    Is Drew Brees done in New Orleans?
    Mallett still a question mark.
    Is Andy Dalton 'for real'?
    Defenses now WANT Peyton Manning to throw the ball.
    and I saved the best for last; Steven A. Smith is actually predicting a Sam Bradford injury... Imagine the repercussions if a white commentator went on national television and predicted a Cam Newton injury.

    These have been the topics of discussion so far this morning on a few of the pregame shows. No agenda at all...
     
  23. celticdb15

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    Up to this point Weeden has played well. Cowboys up 21-7 but literally as I type this his first inconpletion is a int.
     
  24. Extra Point

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    Yes, there's an endless assault against white people today, in football as well as every other segment of society.

    The anti-whites go after any whites who might be leaders or role models.

    White people need to wake up and have a zero tolerance policy against anti-white comments, including biased and unfair comments against white quarterbacks.

    The criticism against Andy Dalton is ridiculous. He comes to a team and they immediately make the playoffs and do so for four straight years. If he were black he's be praised to the skies but since he's white the mainstream media tries to tear him down.
     
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    Weeden always struck me as a player who needed time to develop, despite the fact that he was old for a rookie.

    Maybe now he will do well playing behind the Cowboys offensive line.
     

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