Whitest NFL teams 101

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  1. Capricorn

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    WHITEST NFL TEAMS – 2011

    Here is a list of NFL teams with the most white players.
    --(I will not be updating anymore due to health reasons)--


    Texans– 12 starters [7 offense|5 defense] — 24 on roster.
    Rams– 11 starters [5 offense|6 defense] — 24 on roster.

    Colts– 8 starters [7 offense|1 defense] — 24 on roster.
    Patriots– 9 starters [8 offense|1 defense] — 20 on roster.

    Packers– 9 starters [7 offense|2 defense] — 18 on roster.
    Chargers– 8 starters [5 offense|3 defense] — 19 on roster.

    Bills– 8 starters [6 offense|2 defense] — 18 on roster.
    Cowboys – 8 starters [7 offense|1 defense] — 17 on roster.
    Browns– 7 starters [6 offense|1 defense] — 18 on roster.












     
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  2. jaxvid

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    Good stuff but it's still about the ball handlers to me. The Browns are the most interesting team to watch for me because a white guy will be handling the ball the majority of the time. Next is Green Bay, Indy and New England although it's nice they also have a lot of whites on the line too. I think a lot of white guys on the line and defense makes it easier to play them at RB and WR because it's a cultural thing for a team.
     
  3. Liverlips

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    Interesting method. Thanks for posting.

    Just by watching a few games this year the NFL seems much, much whiter.
     
  4. Andrew Lynch

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    Despite having only one White Offensive Lineman, the Bears have 16 whites, most of whom play special teams. It looks like they plan on utilizing Nick Reed as the 3rd defensive end, which usually gets about 33% of the snaps. Matt Spaeth and Tyler Clutts seem to be in the mix on offense which is a little surprising. Sanzenbacher too, which shouldn't be surprising, but it doesn't look like he's going to get the Mike Hass treatment at this time. He got one catch and one run for -4 yards against the Falcons on a boneheaded play call by Martz.
     
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    Spaeth makes a great red zone target, he proved it for bears already with his TD last week. he caught 3 for Steelers in his rookie year.
     
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    Capricorn,

    Thanks for posting. :smiley:
     

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