Black QBs in the NFL

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  1. Tannehill17

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    A part of me hopes he ends up in Miami. The optics of a black coach, black GM, mostly black OL and black QB crashing and burning would do well to expose the caste system. A trade for Watson would likely cost Miami their draft picks needed to improve their team thus virtually ensuring his failure. I actually feel bad for Tua being that he's in the middle of all this. Some of his black teammates have even thrown him under the bus (with anonymous quotes to the media) being that he's a Samoan and not one of the "bruthas" They've been pining to bring Watson here obviously due to his blackness. Then the Miami DWF's could finally rejoice when the demographics of the team resemble something you'd find in Liberty City, Opa Locka, or Overtown.
     
  2. Hartline

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    I hope Houston cave in to his demands, hire Eric Quotaenemy and the whole thing is a complete disaster.
     
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    Lamar Jackson is one of the worst QBs in terms of throwing the football to ever get 20+ starts. Josh Allen just humbled him in the playoffs so he cowardly faked an injury and let a backup close out the game.

    Deshaun is currently disgracing his whole organisation and is going to war with the owner of his football team because one of the blackest franchise in the NFL doesn't have enough brothas employed. He had a mediocre season and has a losing record as a starter.

    The cowboys with Dak 2019: Miss the playoffs, .500 record
    The cowboys without Dak 2020: Miss the playoffs, losing record

    Huge difference there. Why can't Dak carry a team with all those weapons into the postseason in one of the weakest divisions of all time? Dalton managed 2 less wins with a worse roster after Dak put them in a 1-3 hole.
     
  4. Extra Point

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    Watson has some good stats but he's lacking in one important one - wins. The Texans went 4-12 last year. Also he's a racist and a bad leader. How do you think white players like playing under a bigot such as this? Even though they're fewer in number than blacks they are still significant parts of teams. Playing for a black supremacist such as Watson has to be demoralizing.
     
  5. Tannehill17

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    He also has a knack for making boneheaded plays at the worst possible times. How many times have we seen him lead his team to the goal line.... either to take a sack or fumble the ball, costing his team the game.
     
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    The NYPost is going all out trying to get this guy brought to NY. I hope the jets resist this dumb move but I fear this guy has J-E-T-S written all over him. Who knows though, maybe the jets GM learned something about black malcontents with Le'Veon Bell, and Jamal Adams.
     
  7. wile

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    We great minds think alike. Run Watt Run!
     
  8. wile

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    Never trust the media scum, but sports is IMO heavily influenced to say the least by the narrative makers. So I just imagine the NYP has it all scripted out for drama and damned the Jets results.
     
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  10. white is right

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    If Watson were truly elite would Houston have a record of 4-12? Even with scrub/marginal talent surrounding him, he should have at least been around .500.

    I have no doubt Rogers or Mahomes would have had the Texans in the playoff hunt and maybe even a next level guy like Wilson. I can't recall any quarterback with such little currency in terms of accomplishments torpedoing his team and the media not be critical about his selfish behaviour.

    Jeff George was clearly a pain in the ass wherever he went and the media hounded him, Watson gets treated like the Mahtma when he is doing his team wrecking act in public.
     
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    Won't happen unless Crab Legs gets traded. Not enough room for two egos that large on the same roster.
     
  12. wile

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    It will be back to the Aints soon enough. Aside from the Packers and maybe more they certainly got lucky picking Brees up off cast off island.
     
  13. The Hock

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    Yup. The Caste System needs a Cast Media.
     
  14. Extra Point

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    QB Jamie Newman has already been waived by the Eagles. Newman must have been pretty bad to have been waived so soon and/or he had attitude problems.

    The local media people must know why. Don't they watch the practices? Yet they won't report it.

    Lurkers take note. The mainstream media won't discuss why. They have a policy to never say anything bad about blacks. This contrary to their policy of always saying something bad about white men.
     
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    By my count, the eight locked-in black starters in 2021 will be Pat Mahomes, Russell Wilson, Dak Prescott, Lamar Jackson, Cam Newton, Jalen Hurts, Kyler Murray, and Tyrod Taylor (for DeShaun Watson). Tua Tagovailoa is the other non-white starter. Newton will be replaced by Mac Jones, but Justin Fields will take the reins from Andy Dalton. Jameis Winston vs Taysom Hill and Teddy Bridgewater vs Drew Lock are both technically toss-ups, with sports media either cheering for the black candidates or denigrating the white ones. (I'm guessing Winston and Lock will start Week 1) It's worth mentioning that Garoppolo could eventually lose his job to Trey Lance, and Aaron Rodgers could still leave the Packers to their fate with Jordan Love. There's still no official word on DeShaun Watson, who we can definitely declare at this point exhibited more egregious behavior over a longer course of time than Ben Roethlisberger, who was suspended by the league for six games. I just don't think the Texans will dare to play Davis Mills over Tyrod Taylor at this point in the racial climate.

    So, it's nine to eleven non-whites (28%-34%) to start the season, which is roughly the same as last year's ratio. The most extreme scenario could see all 14 of the non-white QB's mentioned starting, which would surely be a record.
     
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  17. white is right

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    So this is going to be a historical discussion?

    What would McNabb know about being discriminated against in the NFL? Does his alcohol addled brain think he should have a starting job for life? Fat Bastard jettisoned him the minute he showed arm accuracy decline and fooled the willing dupes in Washington to trade for McNabb.

    The NFL has bent over backwards to accommodate non traditional pocket passers in the league for years and the overwhelming majority of them have been Black and most because of their style of play and or the builds that they have been flops ie Bob Griffin on both fronts.

    I would say McNabb should look to his own community as many people have viewed him as a sellout and not Black enough.
     
  18. Phall

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    Lol, has anyone else heard of the historical documentary “Buck Breaking” ??
     
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    lol totally agreed. Not just NFL has been bending over backwards to appease Blacks, our society has been dedicated to it for 60+years now! **** McNabb, he must be hurting for $$
     
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    We all know she won't be inviting CMAC, Jordy, Welker, Weddle, Sehorn etc. to talk about the discrimination White RBs, WRs and DBs have faced for the past 40+ years. Nor will she discuss how blacks have benefitted from the caste system.

    Unfortunately, from the Clay Travis tweets imbedded into the article he also buys in the false narrative that "the NFL doesn't care about anything but football ability".
     
  21. wile

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    Say one thing about Clay Travis he is not stupid, the left disqualified yesterday's "conservatives" and in steps a two time Obama voter to give us our daily outrage and CivNat sermons. Give it a decade and a cannibal tranny will fill his spot giving the color blind spiel to the second and third class citizens. Or the whole system is stupid and evil and no one especially Hill and McNabb will dare point out these "discriminators" for cancellation and none of the CivNat scam crew will ask the two Black Supremacist anti-Whites to name them.
     
  22. Bucky

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    Yeah Travis is just another sellout, plus he's an SEC fanboy so you know he's partial to affletes. That being said Outkick isn't all that bad, disappointed he sold out to Fox already. All about the $$ like everything else.
     
  23. Leonardfan

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    Watson is reporting to training camp. Will the 23 civil lawsuits against him cause him to miss either the whole or part of the season? Or will black privilege allow him to totally evade punishment and play out the season unpunished?
     
  24. Rocky B

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    Ben Roethlisberger had a few broads claim he went to far with his pursuit of tail.
    He got suspended for a few games.... only accusations.
    Watson only has accusations, also...
    We’ll see LF, I say he gets less than Ben did.
     
  25. Leonardfan

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    Watson has 23 allegations and is unscathed at this point. If Watson were a white QB this story would not go silent. The NFLs silence on this matter as well as it’s pushing of being a “gay league” and playing the black national anthem just goes to show who is running the asylum.

    The NFL does not need to wait to suspend a player for violating the league’s personal conduct policy. They just know without some sort of criminal or civil suit they will be roundly criticized. Hopefully the left ends up consuming itself and feminist groups will raise an issue with Watson. If he does return to the field I will be rooting for injury - he is one of the fakest individuals in the game.
     

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