2010 Tennesee Titans

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  1. Truthteller

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    During ESPN's coverage of the draft he was sitting next to a real skanky blond and was holding a young child, who looked like a mulatto. Of course,justlike Ian Johnson at Boise, the wife/girlfriend had a small arayan looking little brother type/mini-wigger (blonde/blue-eyed)who appeared to worship atBlount's feet. He was literally sitting on the floor, a few inches away from his feet andwore his jersey, starred at him with adoring eyes while ESPN was flashing the cameras and cheered wildly every time hi-light's of him were shown.

    As far as him making the roster, he probably won't stick, unless he's awesome in the preseason. He's slow, a trouble maker and not really that talented. I don't think the powers that-be in the NFL really need/want guys like this, as he's one of few thugs in the league that even the DWF's/retarded Joe-Six-packsdespise. No need to push the envelope for such a marginal talent. Guys like Blount are a dime-a-dozen in the UFL and CFL, so he'll be easily replaced by some other scrub that "looks the part" and is less polarizing.
     
  2. Colonel_Reb

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  3. whiteCB

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    That little statement applies to every arena in life. People need other people, TVs talking heads, to tell them what to think and what to believe. It's a sad day when humanity cannot think for themselves. Monkey see...monkey do!
     
  4. Don Wassall

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    That's what happens when the influences of neighborhood, community, family, church, and fraternal organization are extinguished or greatly reduced and replaced by the omnipresent media.
     
  5. Thrashen

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    The bile is at the tip of my throat.

    If anything of "mine"Â￾ (my high school teams, my college teams, my church, my group of friends, etc) contains non-whites, it ceases to be "mine"Â￾ any longer. White "men"Â￾ are so loyal to arbitrary borders.Edited by: Thrashen
     
  6. bigunreal

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    Just as Mike Hass and Matt Jones are the poster boys for the Caste system, from our perspective, the LaGarrette Blounts of the world are poster boys for the same odious system, from their perspective. Here we have a plodding, obvious troublemaker who is somehow still desirable to NFL teams. Jeff Fisher's pathetic justification of Blount's animalistic outburst of violence was an Academy Award winning Caste performance.

    By contrast, Jake Sharp, for instance, is an incredibly fast RB that has no character issues. No one in the NFL is interested in him, but Blount attracts attention. I personally think his ignorant display of violence will ensure a spot on the roster for him. If he is cut, someone else will at least give him a chance, if not two, or three or maybe an unlimited number (look at Mike Williams).

    I watched a few of the ESPN shows attempt to "cover" the Blunt incident. No one really criticized it, and more importantly no one took Fisher to task for his passionate defense of this slow turd. I'm sure the response would have been the same if Toby Gerhart punched one of the black affletes who have been trying to injure him in practice.

    The NFL is a totally bogus "sport" at this point. It's not even good entertainment any more. Pro wrestling actually has more believable characters. Pro football, as exemplified by "Hard Knocks" and the abysmal NFL Network, is just a well financed reality show.
     
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  8. white is right

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    Maybe the upside down world got righted to a point Ledonk Blunt(what a last name for an idiot) was cut yesterday and shockingly he wasn't put on the Titan's practice squad. "Overachiever" Myron Rolle was. Look for Rolle to figure out to balance the bench with 2 sumos on one end and the place kicker and third string qb on the other.... [​IMG]
     
  9. whiteathlete33

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    This is good news but again Gayworld manages to put a negative spin on things.

    Marc Mariani, not Damian Williams, is expected to be the primary kick returner in Sunday's game against the Raiders.
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    The Titans have not announced their plans, but Mariani is now atop the
    depth chart on kickoffs and punts after outproducing Williams in
    preseason action. Nothing is set in stone here, so Williams could
    re-enter the picture depending on Mariani's performance.

    Already mentioning Mariani could be demoted without even giving him a chance.
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  10. devans

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    I know where you are coming from WA33, but for once Rotoworld is spot on.
    It will only take one bad game, one fumble, for Mariani to spend a good few weeks sitting on a bench hoping for a second chance. He will be able to sit back, relax and put his baseball cap on.
    Poor performances by white players do not escape attention, or a response.
     
  11. whiteathlete33

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    Blacks never have to face the same kind of scrutiny. Like I've said several times before, Darius Heyward-Bey is still a starter in Oakland after catching a whopping 9 balls as a starter last year. Sure Jafarcus Russell sucked but any white practice squad receiver would have done much better in the situation. Say Mike Hass magically was given a chance on the Raiders last year and caught 40 passes he would be gone this year and the Raiders would taken any number of washed up receivers to replace him. Bey will be given years to succeed regardless of how poorly he plays. I'm guessing now with a "real" quarterback in Campbell they expect him to better.
     
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    I'm from Nashville and still live here, I must say you couldn't be more right. Between the Titans nuthuggers like my idiotic, fantasy football addicted cousin, to the idiots crowding into Neyland Stadium on Saturdays in Knoxville, it doesn't get any worse than the volunteer state.
     
  13. Don Wassall

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    Caste Football Looks at the 2010 Tennessee Titans

    The Titans have a fair amount of White backups on the opening day roster, but just 3 White starters, making them one of the more dismal outfits in the affirmative action project known as the NFL.



    Since some black players (Larry Johnson being one) have admitted that they play harder for black coaches than white ones, Jeff Fisher's strategy may be to surround Vince "All He Do Is Win" Young with as many players from the same racial background as possible. If so it's not a bad idea, as anyone who observes the league with objective eyes can't help but notice that black players rally around their own. Certainly, the league's few White receivers and running backs must be aware that the often carefree tackling skills of black defensive players become much more focused when they have the ball in their hands.


    The Titans were 0-6 last season -- including a blowout in New England that defined the term "giving up" -- when Young was named the successor to Kerry Collins as Tennessee's starting quarterback. "Concidentally" the team instantly played much harder, nearly making it to the playoffs behind Young's skill set (which includes poor throwing accuracy, running like a deer in headlights when pressured, and a 9 on the Wonderlic test).


    All three of the team's White starters are on the stalwart offensive line, which gives Young great protection and which opened up the holes through which Chris Johnson scampered for over 2,000 rushing yards in 2009. Former Indianapolis Colt Jake Scott is the right guard. He's in his seventh season out of Idaho. Mississippi State product Dave Stewart holds down right tackle, while 6-7 320 pound Michael Roos is the left tackle.


    G Ryan Durand, and tackles Mike Otto and Troy Kropog are backups. Tennessee and New England are the only NFL teams on which all the tackles -- until recent years always a White dominated position -- are White.


    Craig Stevens, a third year man out of Cal, is the third string tight end. He both receives and blocks well.


    QB Kerry Collins is beginning his 16th season. He's a classic immobile pocket passer -- almost an extinct breed nowadays although the media still likes to falsely characterize many White quarterbacks as "unathletic" -- who is very accurate when given time to throw, but when pressured does not produce well. Rusty Smith, a 6-5 rookie from Florida Atlantic, is the third quarterback.


    Rookie Marc Mariani out of Montana made the team as a wide receiver and kick returner. It undoubtedly helped that Fisher's son also plays for Montana's football team. Not that Mariani is undeserving; he's an obvious talent who excelled in preseason games and likely could produce better than all themembers of Tennessee's annual collection of over-rated and underproducing black WRs if given the same opportunity. In fact, in a fair NFL world, wide receiver and most other positions would be White dominated. Only cornerback and possibly running back would be majority black, and even that's debatable given the current level of play at both positions.


    Tennessee does have 6 White defensive players, but none start and four play only as special teams participants.
    Jason Babin (who may be of mixed racial background) is currently starting at left end, but that will likely end as soon as the injured William Hayes returns.


    Dave Ball led the country in sacks his senior season at UCLA, but has bounced around the NFL. Tennessee has given him a home for several seasons, but only as a productive backup end, never as a starter.


    Outside linebackers Tim Shaw and Patrick Bailey are both being used only as White Special Teams Demons. Shaw is an excellent example of how star White high school running backs are filtered out. He was a sprinting star and unstoppable tailback in Michigan, but was recruited by Joe Paterno and "inexplicably" turned into a linebacker. This happens to White running backs all the time. In 2009, in over half of the 50 states the leading high school rusher was White -- but year after year these kids are either not recruited by the big-time college programs, or when they are it's to play a different position, usually fullback, linebacker or safety. The White domination of high school football is abruptly and deliberately ended at the college level, and then the NFL filters out a good number of the White players who overcome those hurdles, leaving a final product that is artificially, overwhelmingly black.


    The Titans also have two White safeties, but they too are mostly Special Teams Demons -- Donnie Nickey, the veteran out of Ohio State; and first year man Nick Schommer from North Dakota State.


    Plantation boss Fisher has 11 White assistant coaches on his 16 man staff.


    NUMBER OF WHITE STARTERS: 3


    NUMBER OF WHITE PLAYERS ON 53 MAN ROSTER: 19


    GRADE: F+


     
     
  14. WHITE NOISE

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    Excellent post Don.
     
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    he's playing real well, sitting at 4.5 on a season, while Jason Babin has 3.5 so far.
     
  17. whiteathlete33

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    Another fine young man whose always involved in something.



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    TV stations Fox 17 and WSMV-TV 4 in Nashville both report that Kenny
    Britt was involved in a fight at a club early Friday morning.
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    Two men starting fighting at the Nashville Club Karma, and Britt
    reportedly joined in to help one of the men once the scuffle went to the
    ground. Neither party has pressed charges, but police are calling it an
    open misdemeanor assault investigation. Considering his rocky history
    on and off the field this year, the Titans won't look kindly on the
    incident. It's especially concerning with Justin Gage (hamstring)
    practicing fully this week. It's not known yet if Britt's status for
    Sunday's game is in jeopardy.
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  18. Don Wassall

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    Expect Jeff Fisher to excuse Britt's behavior, telling the media what a "fine young man"he is who means well andis getting his life on the right path. Fisher has his pandering act down to an exactscience.
     
  19. whiteathlete33

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    More on the Kenny Britt situation.



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    The attorney for Harold Pointer, the man who is accusing Kenny Britt of
    punching him at a nightclub early last Friday morning, said Metro police
    interviewed his client over the weekend.
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    Pointer says Britt punched him in the face, causing an injury that
    needed four stitches. "I think there is enough evidence for a warrant to
    be issued against Mr. Britt," said the attorney. Coach Jeff Fisher said
    that he plans to "gather more information" before deciding whether
    further disciplinary action is needed. Britt was benched for the first 1
    1/2 quarters Sunday before tearing through the Eagles' secondary for
    225 yards and three touchdowns.

    Fisher won't do crap and we all know it. He's in love with all the affletes on his team. The NFL is the perfect example of what's wrong with America. In the corporate world if you are convicted of a felony good luck getting a job. It's next to impossible to obtain a job with a large company that does background checks. In the NFL you can be convicted of multiple felonies and still be given chance after chance to "redeem" yourself. Pacman Jones anyone??

    The fact remains that a large portion of the black criminals in the league are supposedly the "best" athletes and the NFL needs to keep them.
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  20. FootballDad

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    Wow, this fellow Pointer is pressing charges. He must not be a Titans DWF (or is it DBF?). A Titans fan would drop the charges immediately to avoid his hero getting into trouble, especially after 7 catches for 225 yards. I'll bet that the DWFs will pillory this poor fellow if he goes through with it, how dare he defile their 'god'!!
     
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    I was wondering the race of the guy that got hit. Looking at the name of the guy Pointer got into a fight with they may be both white. His name was Bradford.
     
  22. whiteathlete33

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    Expect no legal consequences for Britt and we all know Fisher won't do anything as well.

    Kenny Britt acknowledges that there was a fight at the Karma Lounge last Friday morning, but he denies being involved.
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    Britt has yet to be charged, but he has hired legal counsel. He claims
    that he has been falsely accused and that he did not punch Harold
    Pointer as has been alleged. Coach Jeff Fisher has been looking into the
    incident and expects to have his own investigation wrapped up by
    Friday. We'd be surprised if Britt's playing time was affected this
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  23. Van_Slyke_CF

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    Vince Young with a 10-21 performance in a loss against the Chargers today.

    The Titans will give Young the "Kordell Stewart Treatment," meaning they'll have to suffer through 2-3 more years of mediocre play.
     
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    Are you kidding me, "Slash" is back!!!
     
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    hahahahaha!

    Titans coach Jeff Fisher announced after Sunday's loss that Vince Young will no longer be the team's starting quarterback.

    Young tore a tendon in his right thumb during the game and may need surgery, but Fisher confirmed that he will not regain the job when healthy. According to the Nashville Tennessean, Young "left LP Field abruptly" after the loss, threw his shoulder pads into the stands, and had safety Michael Griffin "chasin' after him." Fisher told reporters that there were "no excuses" for Young's behavior after the game. The Titans will go with rookie Rusty Smith until Kerry Collins (calf) gets back. Collins is also out indefinitely.
    Source: Jim Wyatt on Twitter
    Related: Kerry Collins, Rusty Smith
     

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