2019 NFL Week 14

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  1. FootballDad

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    Now the Pats had no business losing that game. The Chiefs didn't play all that well, Mahomes was not good for the most part, the Chiefs defense is exploitable but the Pats just beat themselves.
     
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    On a lesser note, therewas a Porter Gustin sighting today at DE for the Browns! Hopefully he makes the most of his opportunity with Garrett out
     
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    The refs also botched the review that would of led to a 2nd review for the score. They also blew the whistle and play dead when Kelce clearly fumbled the ball. The Chiefs had a lot of calls go there way today.
     
  5. La France Blanche

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    I don't think noticing that 90% of the bad calls that refs make go in favor of the team with the black QB and against the team with the white QB is the same as what bigunreal was saying - as I recall, he claimed that the NFL was rigged and the outcomes of games were predetermined, which is a long, long way from what we're saying here. Not denying that the Patriots played badly - like was pointed out, they're down to 5 white starters and are a shell of what they once were.

    The fact that the WR was black doesn't really mean anything since 95% of NFL WRs are black. They're common enough that they can't be blanket-worshipped and protected the way black QBs are. When Terrell Owens criticized Donovan McNabb, the media turned on Owens, big time.
     
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    Uncle Chrissy slobbering over Aaron Donald already proclaiming him DPOY. What the hell has he done this year to deserve that??
     
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    The Patriots got jobbed see above. But I won't succumb to panic just yet and the positive from this game is Edelman going over 1,000 yards. Ryan Clark of ESPN dished Edelman and took a stab at Adam Schefter who mentioned Edelman having HOF credentials a year or so ago. If Edelman doesn't get into the HOF they should just disband the damn thing. I don't get caught up in these geeky stat fools who rate mediocre black wide receivers who compiled stats over the years, many of whom have been targeted 1,ooo times in any given season. Edelman is one of the greatest clutch post season players in the history of the NFL. No one can dispute that. Kelce by the way as mentioned above is close too 1,000 and he will set a TE record if he reaches that number.

    But the deal is this. I don't see any dominate teams in the NFL this year so if the Pats get their feet back a bit who the hell knows?

    I didn't like him to begin with but I am losing all respect for that Cardinals HC. I know there are a lot of caste teams out there but I am not sure that even those would ignore Andy Isabella the way this ass wipe team has this season. One of the really depressing stories this year.

    Other bad news is my hunch was right. Titans WR Adam Humphries was out with an injury although I think it is good news that it is his ankle rather than his hamstring ( see Adam Thielen). With Tannehill on fire it would be nice to have Humphries along for the ride. Also Raiders TE Foster Moreau suffered what looked like a bad injury to his knee. Hopefully it isn't a you know what. Also Ravens star TE Mark Andrews had to leave the Bills game but I think they are saying bad bruise.

    That was one of the two games I was able to watch early on and former baseball player TE Hayden Hurst just blew into the end zone beating a DB who had an angle. Guy is a real athlete. And he was a 1B/DH! Imagine what Mike Trout would look like on an NFL field?

    It was an ugly affair but I am convinced the Ravens don't have enough to win the Super Bowl. They don't have a wide receiver passing attack and the Lamar game plan can be disrupted by a savvy HC come playoff time. They do need Andrews though.He is a key cog in their offense.

    I was also able to see the key Kittle pass. He dragged a Saints DB ten yards plus while the SOB was grabbing and pulling on his face mask. That Kittle is an animal. A throwback to the days tight ends knocked the crap out of anyone in their way. Sterling win by the 49ers. A terrible white on white crime moment. Taysom Hill was clobbered for a big key loss by a bolting Nick Bosa.

    Lastly every week an Ivy Leaguer is scoring a TD. As cited above nice to see Bucs Justin Watson contribute. NFL does a terrible job scouting that great league.

    Go Rams and go Kupp!!
     
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    So the consensus here is that the refs purposely denied K'Neal Harry the touchdown to benefit Mahomes and deny Brady? Wow.
     
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    No question. You're a peerless scout of college players and are invaluable to the site. Wasn't picking on you, just making a general statement that sometimes I think we veer a little too much toward bashing blacks and neglecting the overachievers. I do it myself at times.
     
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    I just stated the chiefs had many favorable calls today and seem to benefit from one or two each week. The Pats did not play well but the officiating was suspect and put them in a worse spot to come back. It could very well be pure coincidence that the Chiefs benefited today.

    Nothing personal FootballDad - I don't have a tinfoil cap on or anything.
     
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    I sure hope not. The refs are humans and made a mistake and the Pats couldn't challenge it. But they had their chances to win or at least tie in regulation and didn't.
     
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    The Rams defense with 3 1/2 starting crackas is startling.
     
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    Utah LB Cody Barton playing tonight for Seattle.
     
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    Pete Carroll allowing Cody Barton to start on defense, and right away he is making a difference pressuring Goff. Who knew that all of these white UDFA would be any good?
     
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    Higbee - perhaps another rising star at the TE position after being overlooked his first few years in the league. Goff looked damn good on that drive.
     
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    Just about all the White LBs drafted this year have been damn good as rookies when given an opportunity to play
     
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    I stopped caring too much about football or American sports in general because it seems that White participation in football is down, which leads to a smaller talent pool naturally, and with all the racial stacking that occurs, the unfavorable (to Whites) media, and general decline of the NFL product overall (if the league were 50% White or more we'd probably see an uptick not only in quality but also fan interest), it's a wonder that any American Whites play in the NFL at all.

    I think a major point of the decline of White participation in football is the fact that there are so many single moms out there, and they tend to feminize their sons and turn them into weak little sissies. Plus the concussion thing and the studies that show the long-term after effects of football, which probably leads a lot of suburban preppy families from letting their sons play. Also it's a fact that Whites tend to focus more on education, which is a double-edged sword because in American the "hate White men" public education system is just turning White guys into beta cucks who can't even change a tire in their little pu$sy Nissan Leafs. So American White guys are not only growing up to be pasty little soyqueers, they're also stupid but think they're smart.

    Still, there are pockets of resistance to this, which accounts for the fact that Whites still constitute a significant percentage of college football and even professional football.

    Pretty much, Blacks, or at least the way Blacks typically play, shouldn't be quarterbacks exept as gimmick options for a few downs here and there. Black quarterbacks who "play White" tend to do better but then why the hell wouldn't you just get a superior White quarterback to begin with. Blacks generally should have no business being on the O-line. Most Black offensive linemen are trash.

    In general the league would be so much better both qualitatively and from a meritocracy standpoint if if were something like 66% White, 33% Black, with offenses being nearly all White, and defenses being at least 50% so. That's just a dream though because the NFL is probably more political than it is a reflection of the actual best players playing. A huge number of White college quarterbacks would be astoundingly superior to the vast majority of Black starting quarterbacks in the league. That there are any Black starting quarterbacks in the NFL at all is itself political.

    Oh well. Brady should retire. But what the heck. It's his life; he's the GOAT, he can do whatever he wants.
     
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    That wasn't what I was saying and I don't think that's the consensus here. What I said was "90% of the bad calls the refs make go in favor of the team with the black QB and against the team with the white QB." Who knows, maybe it's just bad luck. It's just frustrating to see.

    Like Leonardfan said, nothing personal. We're all on the same pro-white side here, I hope we can kiss and make up.
     
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    I agree, nothing personal, but I think the calls even out. Between challenges and all the camera angles, the games are reffed better than ever. We may notice the calls that go against our favorites more, but I watch a lot of NFL games and don't see a pattern in favor of black QBs.

    If things were rigged the refs would have made sure the Chiefs went to the Super Bowl last year, not the Patriots.
     
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    Actually the talented and athletic Barton was chosen in the third round and they also drafted LB Ben-Burr Kirven too. Up until now they have been coverage fetches.

    So true and sadly the two playing for NY teams suffered year ending injuries.
     
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    TJ Watt intercepting Kyler Murray in the end zone

     
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    I noticed Kupp not out on the field for some plays, not sure what's going on with that. . .
     
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    Goff looking great tonight.
     
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    Looks like the immortal Josh Reynolds has been promoted over Kupp, at least to this point in the game. Kupp has been in on less than half the snaps wtf
     
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    Terrible throw by Murray - threw it right to Watt. How much better is Murray than Rosen would of been?
     
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    Come on, Rosen could never execute Murray's revolutionary "horizontal offense." :afro:
     

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