2021 NFL Draft

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  1. Leonardfan

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  2. Don Wassall

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    It's an American tragedy that too few are aware of or care about. A lot of White football players over the past generation have already shifted their focus toward other sports like baseball, golf, hockey and lacrosse, which is good for those sports but bad for those of us who want a level playing field in football and who revere football's past, pre-Caste System. I feel especially bad for the ones who try so hard to persevere, only to be kicked around the furthest margins of the NFL, going from team to team over a period of years before officially being added to the trash heap of discarded White receivers, running backs, safeties, cornerbacks, linebackers, pass rushers, etc., which by now is mountain sized.
     
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    And Milne was a walk-on.
     
  4. Extra Point

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    This fellow, "The Franchise Guy," lists his top 10 sleepers in the 2021 draft. 4 of them are white men, G Ben Cleveland, S Brady Breeze, WR Blake Proehl and OT Walker Little.
    Worth a look.

     
  5. Leonardfan

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    Pats drafted an LB knowing he had an acl injury which will keep him out for the year.
     
  6. Bucky

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    Great minds post alike! Beat me to it brother. Ole Bill has been an easy target to pick on lately. A guy with a knee injury sounds like a guy not worth a draft pick, UDFA all day
     
  7. Leonardfan

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    Yea just another dumb pick by the genius. Especially in this draft.
     
  8. Extra Point

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    Belichick is looking less like a genius every day. With Brady gone he's looking like just another coach.
     
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    Had he stuck to his guns and continued to draft and develop white players, he would have the team in a much better boat. Instead he (or ownership) caved to the cultural Marxists that ranged about a team being too white and successful. Even though they should have had another 15-20 white men in the roster to actually be legitimately representative of athlete demographics.
     
  10. Don Wassall

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    This is a very weak rookie class. Only three RBs with possible three-down potential, not many potentially great receivers while many are short and otherwise have major question marks. No hyped "sure things" as pass rushers whether off the edge or as OLBs, no safeties highly touted, several potential three-down middle linebackers. No matter so many quarterbacks were drafted early. The 2021 NFL Draft is shaping up to be a dramatic illustration of the ongoing shrinking pool of Black talent, and what happens when the NFL and college football programs continue to rely almost entirely on it.
     
  11. Snowplow

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    Not to mention, look how quickly the OL turned to mostly sumos (down to just C David Andrews and his backup, Ted Karras). Not just the starters, their depth too. As stated for me that’s something very important for me.
     
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    Exactly. One of the things that irritates me the most (I stress one because many aspects of the caste system bother me) is that unless a white athlete is an all-pro or at least solid starter they get cut. They should be filling up the benches with white men. Many are better than the numerous blacks back ups.
     
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    The mainstream media goes on and on when a white offensive linemen has shorter arms.

    Lo and behold when a major black offensive line prospect has short arms, all of a sudden isn't a big problem. Black offensive lineman Alijah-Vera Tucker has arms that measured 32 1/8. This is very short. He was drafted at 14 by the Jets who idiotically spent 2 3rd round picks to trade up to get him.

    Apparently it's only a problem to the MSM when a white player has short arms, To them blacks are somehow magical and short arms don't affect them the same way it affects white players. They still talk about Vera-Tucker as a tackle prospect. It's yet another example of the racist double standard and hypocrisy of the liberals.
     
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    Excellent analogy. I would love to see someone here make a documentary about the Caste System. If we could somehow get enough people to watch it maybe we could see some change. I will say this. With the state of the political establishment worldwide as well
    as the economy, people are slowing waking up the the evil false freedoms we have lived under for far too long. Real freedom is far diffeerent and there would be no Caste System in the real world or sports in a fair and balanced society.
     
  15. Bucky

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    Same thing for Tackle from Northwestern, not knocked for having short arms, upside outweighs it.
     
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    Making that idiotic move was the penance that had to do because of their sin in not taking the black QB who went 3rd overall. If they'd taken the black QB, they wouldn't have been forced to do such a thing.
     
  17. Bucky

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    Falcons already cut Eli Howard. 49ers cut Austin Proehl..
     
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    The white purge has begun!
     
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    Eli Howard got replaced by fat samoan Eli Ankou. Who has been in the league for 5 years he went undrafted and only has 1.5 sacks.
     
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    Pathetic. We'll see where he resurfaces next. Initially I thought ATL wasn't a bad spot, weak DL. But no room for Howard..
     
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    Bingo! At the very least you’d think the depth would look better! Come on! Even if RB and DB are harder to find, you’d think that WR, LB, and DL would be at least a bit better, budding off HS and college. In a true meritocracy we’d have about 75% of OL.
     
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    Falcons are actually my childhood team (not from there, long story). Still love Matty Ice and will keep rooting for him, but when he’s gone I’ll probably switch to Buffalo. Yes the DL is pathetic for the Falcons but hopefully Zac Dawe sticks on and makes the roster. Also like how they expect to have 4/5 palefaces on the O line starting, I love that! John Simon should be signed there for DE (scheme, coaching connections). But I guess Cominsky and Dawe were already too much for one DL room.
     

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