2018 NFL Week 3

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  1. La France Blanche

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    They may score more points, but it won't be enough to win many games if their coal-black defense keeps letting opposing teams dominate them at will.
     
  2. northwinds

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    Yep, look at Detroit’s snow-plow offensive line that opened up gaping holes in the all black Patriot defense tonight. The Patriots looked totally inept on both sides of the ball tonight.........
     
  3. Don Wassall

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    The Patriots offense is painful to watch so far this season. Chris Hogan has gone from leading the league in yards per reception two years ago to doing nothing but running 3 yard routes now. He's absolutely useless the way they're using him. Obvious bust Dorsett has replaced him as the deep threat.

    They can't wait to replace Rex with their first round draft pick, who has done nothing in two games to spark the offense. The play calling has been awful, and the majority sumo line isn't nearly as good as Detroit's snow plow.

    The Patriot have always been able to turn things around, but I think their long run of having a powerful offense -- that was so enjoyable to watch because it was so White friendly -- may be over. Brady's 41 and Belichick seems to have gone senile. Could well be the end of what was a great era to enjoy. Hope not but I don't have a good feeling about this year's team. Too much going away from what always worked for them.
     
  4. BeyondFedUp

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    Even Gronk doesn't look as the unstoppable force he was before. I hate to say it but he doesn't look as hungry as he used to. Second time I've seen him this year and I get the same impression. I hope I'm wrong.
     
  5. IRONGUARD

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    What are the odds on Gronk and Brady retiring after the season? It's does seem like the Patriots have lost something.
     
  6. La France Blanche

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    Chris Hogan with a 16-yard reception, far too little and too late. Couple more fantasy points is all.
     
  7. CrazyFinn

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    Regarding Gronk not looking like the beast we're used to seeing, yeah, the fire seems to have gone out. He contemplated retirement after the SB last year and then we find out the Patriots came very close to trading him before the draft. Mentally he doesn't appear to be fully dialed in.

    Otherwise the offense has become unrecognizable. Gone is the all white OL with alpha makes like Logan Mankins setting the tone up front. Burkhead and Hogan are being wasted, no Amendola, and an utterly useless coal-black defense.

    Maybe the offense will find its rhythm when Edelman returns. But maybe, the curse that seems to inflict SB losers the following season will hit the Pats and that will be the end of one of the most incredible runs of success in sports history.
     
  8. MrPoon

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    He needs Amendola too. I still think Decker or jeff janis would have been fantastic on this team.
     
  9. Deceptive Speed

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    Yes Sir they need Edelman back asap, which should be around week 5 from what I heard.

    Hogan is the only decent WR the Pats have right now (dorsett is ok), also they have no chemistry since they purged guys that fit the system well like Hansen, McCaron, and Decker. They were replaced with locker-room headaches/washed-up blacks Coradel Patterson and Josh Gordon, guess somebody couldn't resist dat upside.

    However I think Edelman will restore their offense rythym, as he's one the most underrated WR's in the NFL and has that kind of impact!
     
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  10. IRONGUARD

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    Maybe it's just me. But, I am not hearing much about CM or Jordy on the networks.
     
  11. IRONGUARD

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    Decker had a bad camp, but Janis would have been awesome. Instead the Pats seem intent on blackening the offense.
     
  12. Deceptive Speed

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    I honestly couldn't believe Hansen didn't make it. He got good PT as a rookie which is hard for a white WR.
     
  13. Westside

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    Just viewed that video of Jimmy G getting injured. Not smart, Jimmy G should have stepped out rather than attempting a yard or two. It reminds of the not smart play by Wentz last year where Wentz was injured trying to power his way for a TD. Well, looks like 9ers are done if Jimmy G tore his ACL. Crap.
     
  14. Kaptain

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    After week 3 our guys are on top of the NFL leaderboards - come on so-called "copycat league." Kiko Alonso is 2nd in tackles, Adam Thielen is 2nd in receiving yards, and McCaffrey is 3rd (only 3 yards off of first) in rushing yards. The first 6 QBs leading the league in passing yards are our guys. The betting site Bovada didn't even have CM as a futures betting option on leading the league in rushing and they listed about 30 running backs.
     
  15. Don Wassall

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    Breezing through Weenieworld's "daily dose" wrap-up of NFL games and news, the anti-White bias is ever present.

    Alex Smith is described as his "normal game-manager self, throwing for 220 yards and two scores, though he did connect on three passes of 30+ yards to TE Vernon Davis(2/70), TE Jordan Reed (4/65) and WR Paul Richardson (1/46/1)." So then he wasn't just a "game manager." And he was hardly one all last season either.

    Drew Brees had a fantastic game, throwing for 396 yards, three touchdowns, and running in two himself, yet is merely described as "efficient."

    Matt Ryan threw for 374 yards and five touchdowns, yet his game was only his "best game of the season" so far. Considering there's only been three games, that's pretty faint praise compared to how well he played.

    Eli Manning -- 25 of 29 for 297 yards and two TDs -- was also described merely as "efficient."

    Jared Goff -- 354 passing yards and three TDs -- is described as "methodical."

    Here's how Andrew Luck's day was described: "Luck finished with just 164 passing yards on 25 completions and a disgusting 4.1 yards per attempt." Yet there is no criticism of the output of Mariota (100 yards), Newton (150 yards), Wilson (192 yards), and Prescott (168 yards).

    Just another "daily dose" of propaganda from Weenieworld.
     
  16. Shadowlight

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    Patriots watch. With Riley McCarron 1-0. Without Riley McCarron 0-2. Yes Dorsett the "deep" threat was awful last night. And they had Hogan in the slot. Good grief.

    Bigger problem is that horrid defense. They let the Lions grind out time so Brady had the ball for a couple of seconds the entire first half.

    Now for some Monday morning funny stuff. Below is a hilarious video by Green Bay fans concerning the Clay Matthews normal tackle. Notice there still is a flag being thrown. Howler.

    https://www.trendsmap.com/twitter/tweet/1044055204935610368
     
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  17. FootballDad

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    Although Julian Edelman will certainly provide a spark, not sure how he can fix the sumo-laden offensive line. With no blocking, it doesn't matter how good the receiving corps are. But hey, they have upside and long arms.......
     
  18. Shadowlight

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    Why not a highlight reel of Josh Allen including his airborne wow moment. A folk hero in Buffalo in the making!

    Very polite and humble young man. Post game all he talked about were his teammates. Quickly earning respect.

     
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    This has got to be a first!! Look at that! Thank God for McCaffrey.
     
  20. Deadlift

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    It's weird that many so-called pro-Whites buy into the 10-foot tall, 550 pound supa-black in football. Yeah, the anti-White Draft is wall-to-wall propaganda, but still, do some research. If one thinks critically, there are websites that appear to be operated by agent provocateurs (and that is going on), but beyond that. Black/poly defenses' and indoctrination techniques and conditioning - this can't be repeated enough:

    If Bradley Chubb - out of NC State - were White he would be "undersized" according to the lugenpresse. Same with a White Solomon Thomas. Same with Derek Barnett out of Tennessee - who has a gut and rather short legs; Derek would not be considered a Top Bell Curve White by The System. He plays with a chip, but what White d-lineman isn't motivated and doesn't play hard? Most of the NFL amounts to Lazy lazy d-lines and 75 IQ defensive backs with no clue. The "best of the best" get to be on the field - indeed; All coaches want to do is win baby -- surely...
     
  21. Shadowlight

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    The curious case of ex Seattle TE now Lion TE Luke Wilson. Despite making some big down field plays for Seattle they rarely used him. He has been discussed quite a bit here at CF.

    Last night he had three targets the second resulting in an interception on too low of a pass by Stafford. He needed to loft it higher and perhaps Wilson would have had a huge gain but it was a tight window.

    He seemed to be on the field more in the second half but when he caught his first pass the stadium went "LUUUUUUKE." So I think fans in general like white athletes it is just hard to tell at times due to the caste riddled beat reporters and the internet caste clowns. Either way nice to have a name that rhymes with boo because you never know what the crowd means when you hear the u sound. Ha.

    He has true TE size and is among the fastest TEs in the NFL. He has 4.4-4.5 speed and can jump out of the gym. Think Fleener type. Why has his career been on stall most of the time? He has a total of three catches this season so far and is essentially the only white player I give a damn about on the Lions. Perhaps he can find a niche with the Lions but I wouldn't hold my breath. Stafford like Brees doesn't seem comfortable throwing to white players but time will tell.
     
  22. Leonardfan

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    Glasgow is done for the year with a torn acl.
     
  23. sprintstar

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    I too noticed a lack of reports on CM and Jordy on most NFL post game shows, half time shows and local sports reporting shows....this is intentional....

    Luke Wilson at 4.45-4.5 40 is faster than most NFL running backs....

    Jordy still has great wheels at 32, the guys who caught him were on average 4-6 years younger than Jordy. I think as the season progresses he will not be caught...
     
  24. Don Wassall

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    Ronald Jones, the RB taken by Tampa early in the second round in April (38th overall pick) has been so bad that he couldn't beat out a scrub like Peyton Barber and is a healthy scratch for tonight's MNF. Ryan Nall could beat out Peyton Barber if given a fair opportunity but sadly lacks Jones' upside.
     
  25. Italian Stallion

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    It was great to see Josh Allen have a good game and at the same time see the 3 white starters on the Bills defense make a real impact. Matt Milano was incredible : 12 tackles, a sack, and an interception. Trent Murphy had a handful of tackles and a great strip/sack, while Kyle Williams had a sack, a key tackle for loss and was the usual disruptive force that he has been for over a decade now.

    Around the league, it was great to see numerous tremendous performances by many of our guys. The great Drew Brees just keeps on trucking along. Jordy Nelson proved that he is far from finished, as did the great J.J. Watt. Christian McCaffrey absolutely lit it up and Adam Thielen was impressive in a game where many of his afflete teammates were running for the bus.

    On a down note, the injuries to Jimmy Garoppolo and Ryan Glasgow were definitely bummers !!!!
     

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