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  1. Extra Point

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    It's amazing that blacks and white liberals actually believe that a league that's over 70% black is "racist" against blacks.

    We know why that is. They're both black supremacists that believe any whites who are in the league, are there due to "white privilege." To them, he only acceptable number of white players in the NFL is zero.
     
  2. Arerequired

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    One interesting thing I have noticed is that blacks, other nonwhites and white liberals portray whites as very neurotic when it comes to sports, they are saying Tebow is hired because whites, especially evangelicals, are looking for a "great white hope". I don't think so, while it may be true for some whites and long ago.

    I think since sports is such a large portion of black identity and black supremacism they feel perennially threatened by the inoffensive Bradys and Doncics of the world and are disillusioned when things don't go their way. Most whites already buy into the narrative of white physical inferiority so they don't really have high expectations, or are DWFs.
     
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  3. Don Wassall

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    Anyone who thinks the NFL is mostly black because Blacks want it that way is looking way down the food chain and is still missing the raison d'ê·tre of this site.
     
  4. wile

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    I would just ask them if they have any proof the NFL is "racist" against blacks.
     
  5. wile

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    For lack of ideas where to post this and the kids were wearing helmets with the Titan's logo on it I post it here. FTR I'm not an expert on organized youth football but it looks like these kids were a bit different in size and age and hence an accident waiting to happen. The RB a bit bigger and older and knows he wants to be the next Adrian Peterson, the younger and smaller kid just another dopey boy just out of infancy who wants to run around and yell. FTR not every football coach is a drooling moron with powdered sugar stuck in his mustache, the football coaches at my local HS had a kid who was so small the helmet rested on his shoulder pads and his position was stand on sidelines and cheer on his teammates, he never saw the field even Rudy style.
    https://www.outkick.com/reckless-yo...-hit-draws-massive-criticism-on-social-media/
     
  6. booth

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    Don, I must admit I had to look up the word raison d'e-tre. It will be a word I will put on my word list to remember. The last time I didn't ask what a word meant I got a plate full of squid.
     
  7. TheBigDawg

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    Dez Bryant said some stupid **** about black unity because Tim Tebow and how they are constantly held back so whites can get ahead. Many dwfs are agreeing that it is because he is white not because he is friends with Urban Meyer.
     
  8. Extra Point

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    Some members of the mainstream media are saying Bears quarterback Justin Fields is the second best quarterback in the division, better than Kirk Cousins. Fields hasn't even taken a snap yet.
     
  9. Don Wassall

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    That may be the first time I ever used it in a sentence. :D
     
  10. white is right

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    I question the oversight of the undersized kids parents in letting him play football, the other kid may be a year older or even his age but a future large adult, but if you have a future gymnast type adult he has no business playing football at that age.

    I also question the credentials of the coaches who should have some experience playing the game. Kids the size of the smaller guy should only do tackling drills against guys their size. That play was an accident waiting to happen.
     
  11. Don Wassall

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    Considering how highly Aaron Rodgers thinks of Jake Kumerow it'll be interesting to see if he finally earns some respect from an NFL team. He's currently buried on Buffalo's depth chart. The most likely scenario by far is that he'll never get a chance to play much, especially now that he's 29. Such a shame he stuck it out all this time and had Rodgers' trust and still was screwed over. This is from a longer article on the Bills' possible roster this year:

    Stefon Diggs. Emmanuel Sanders, Gabriel Davis, Cole Beasley, Isaiah McKenzie, Marquez Stevenson

    The top five on the receiving depth chart seemed fairly straightforward. Sanders replaces John Brown out wide. Davis will look to make a significant step forward in his second season in the league. Buffalo will look at Diggs and Beasley to overwhelm opposing secondaries once again.

    McKenzie returns as a jet sweep/gadget/motion-specialty player. The sixth spot is a challenging one to pick, as Jake Kumerow, Isaiah Hodgins, Duke Williams, and the rookie, Stevenson, are all in the fold. As of now, Stevenson earns the nod, only due to his return ability. If Stevenson does not impress in the return game, then the spot will go to someone else. https://billswire.usatoday.com/2021...bills-greg-rousseau-carlos-basham-josh-allen/
     
  12. Leonardfan

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    This is the insanity of Dez Bryant, other black players, black fans, DWFs, leftist indoctrinated journalists - it's beyond their narrow minded black victimization world view that blacks are indeed the beneficiaries of one of the first welfare systems - sports in Amerika 2.0 . Blacks now believe they own sports and have completely ownership and rights because they have been coddled by the powers that be for generations now. Whites have been taught that black victimhood is some sort of truth and to not accept it makes you a racist. Again the parallels between sports and greater society are eerie. The Tebow situation being turned into another example of White privilege in a league which discriminates against White athletes in an open, accepted manor for the past 40+ years is peak clown world.
     
  13. Warhawk_46

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    Liberalism is a disease that rots the mind. It inhibits rational thought and, subsequently, rational action. And like all cancers, it slowly festers and attacks healthy cells (or areas of society) until all is corrupted and overcome.

    The only way to survive is to forceably remove the cancer before it is too late.
     
  14. Arerequired

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    As Don said, the NFL/NBA being black because blacks want it that way is looking too low on the food chain, it is a minor contributing reason, sating blacks is a benefit but disenfranchising and emasculating whites is the goal.
    Blacks are a tool to use against whites.

    But attitudes towards white players in the NFL are truly amazing, but ultimately expected, they celebrate the arrival of black QBs (because they replace whites) and even hope whites are replaced in the "lowly" kicker position,
    I thought they would make an exception for that, negroes and DWFs.
     
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    Interesting that after some years of trying to bring black QB's in, they have limited success. The guy on Seattle and the guy on KC are the only ones to show real talent up to now and the guy on KC is not really considered topflight yet (over a period of time). As far as kickers go, that ain't gonn'a happen - too much coordination/mechanics involved. Same way with the long snappers and kick holders - never happen GI as we used to say way back when.
     
  16. Don Wassall

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    I didn't even realize Tavon Austin was still in the league. He's been a huge bust as the number eight overall pick, but he's typical of the short receivers (shorter than 5' 9") that are still picked every year and drooled over and who rarely amount to anything more than a kick returner. Which is why I expect Rondale Moore to be a bust even though it's already accepted gospel among the hive mind that he's replacing Andy Isabella. Of course Isabella still looks like he's screwed, on the Cardinals at least, even if Moore doesn't produce.

    Free agent WR/KR Tavon Austin worked out for the Jets Wednesday. The former No. 8 overall pick of the Rams has degraded into a return man only at this point in his career. He appeared in four games for the Packers last season, turning five catches into a measly 20 yards and three punt returns into 14 yards. Austin has very little to offer at 5'8/180 and 31 years old.
     
  17. Leonardfan

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    Let's not forget the Rams drafted a WR in the 2nd round that might not even weigh 150 lbs.

    Austin is certainly a big time bust - good thing the Jets are kicking the tires on him though because maybe just maybe they will be able to unlock his magical upside at 31 years of age.
     
  18. Bucky

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    Pretty sure Tavon muffed a punt return as well for the Green N Gold. He's black though, so of course he's somehow going on a decade in the League. ****** joke!
     
  19. Bucky

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    That was me, the youngest kid in the class and behind developmentally, I had the smarts to stay away from football after 8th grade but not enough smarts to at least join track. Some here will disagree about steering white kids away from football but honestly now that I think about it even in my mid 20s when I looked like a college level DB recruit I did not have the bone or ligament structure for football, more like chicken bones than bull bones. Some gots it some don't, but I did miss out in the necessary life lessons team sports build.
     
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    Wile, if you can find an honest report on average IQ's between Caucasians and Negroes it would explain alot about the behaviors of the 2 different races.
     
  23. wile

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    Read a million IQ reports and books etc. in my lifetime
     
  24. Extra Point

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    The liberals and DWFs have launched a campaign to discredit the Wonderlic. They claim it's valueless. It's not. It is, in fact, highly predictive, for example, in the case of quarterbacks and playoff success.

    Most of the posters here know why the liberals and DWFs want to discredit the Wonderlic.
     
  25. Bucky

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    Packers also signed QB Kurt Benkert. Maybe they will trade Rodgers after all..
     

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