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  1. wile

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    I actually love that movie, but then again I know it is bunk that even slanders the Pawnee for the gentle "People", but then again I love America's Great Plains, and bison. And to think Costner was a Reagan supporter, but the Psyop that rules us broke him and what avenues are there for accomplished whites but to be "White Savior scourge of the 'white supremacists.'"
     
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  3. Leonardfan

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    Neither Baker Mayfield or Andy Isabella moved over the draft. Curious to see what happens to them over the next few months.
     
  4. Extra Point

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    I wonder if the Browns are going to keep Mayfield in case Watson gets suspended. If he doesn't maybe then they'll trade him. If he does they can play Mayfield, possibly increasing his value, until Watson returns and then trade him.
     
  5. Don Wassall

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    Mayfield and Jimmy G. have been the big losers in this offseason's quarterback musical chairs. There's no starting jobs left so they'll have to hope for preseason injuries. Mayfield has likely burned too many bridges to ever play for the Browns again. Actually it's the other way around, the Browns have screwed him over so much it's difficult but not impossible to see him playing for Cleveland again no matter what happens to Watson.
     
  6. Extra Point

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    The Browns have to pay Mayfield 18+ million this season no matter what.

    If the Browns don't trade him he'll play for them this season.
     
  7. Phall

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    Antonio Brown calls Colin Kaepernick "trash" and says all his foundations never sent any of their money to the hood.

    In his own retarded, quintessentially-black way, he is saying that the black community should not accept Kaepernick's media-driven narrative (while still asserting that they are all victims of racism).

    Video at link: https://twitter.com/ScoopB/status/1522341977358020608
     
  8. wile

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    Way back in the day when MTV played music videos about the same time the rap wars were occurring some video which for some reason the Jewish owned MTV allowed was basically one of their own selling out to a you know who music producer and said rapper getting blasted dramatically. So yeah that is basic Kapernick, might as well throw a kippa on his fro and send him to Jerusalem to put a message in the wall.
     
  9. white is right

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  10. Leonardfan

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  11. Don Wassall

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    Jeudy was already a bust after two seasons even before this. Of course, Russell Wilson was going to magically turn him into a superstar in the '22 season. Always beware the "most NFL ready" tag
     
  12. Leonardfan

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    Alabama players have a very high bust rate yet the NFL and media view Saban's program as elite - this is a huge problem and illustrates the narrow minded group think of the NFL. Here some all time busts and average/mediocre players that have been drafted in the first round since Saban became coach at Alabama:

    Andre Smith
    Rolando McClain
    James Carpenter
    Trent Richardson
    Mark Barron
    Dee Millner
    Chance Warmack - mediocre not full out bust
    DJ Fluker
    Ha-Ha Clinton Dix
    Reuben Foster
    Calvin Ridley
    Quinnen Williams
    Josh Jacobs
    Tua Tagoviloia
     
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  13. Red Raider

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    Alabama players have a high bust rate that no one talks about outside this site. 2021 Raiders pick Alex Leatherwood will soon be added to that list, he was terrible last year. Funny how the media will never mention all of their NFL players who flame out.

    I’d replace Quinnen Williams on this list with OJ Howard. Howard was supposed to be an elite TE but instead he became third string to Gronk and Cameron Brate. Williams however has been pretty solid after a mediocre rookie year.
     
  14. Leonardfan

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    Just put Howard on the list with Williams! Williams was the 3rd overall pick and he has not played like a 3rd overall pick should IMO. He's not a bust but certainly hasn't lived up to the manufactured hype around him (partly due to going to Alabama).
     
  15. Claimjumper

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    No issue with all day football fests on Christian holidays though…

     
  16. Bucky

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    Clear who runs this Country...
     
  17. SneakyQuick

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    Whoever you cannot criticize….
     
  18. Jerry Reb

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    Voltaire said it 250 years ago and it still rings true today.
     
  19. Phall

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    Lol, it actually isn't a Voltaire quote.

    I was picked rather randomly a number of years back to be a featured employee in our company's internal monthly newsletter. Very basic stuff, ie "secret hobby," "who would you want to be stuck in an elevator with," etc. The HR girl who put it together asked me for a "favorite quote," and I had that one queued up to go. Fortunately, I googled it first, probably just to get the phrasing right. It's from some American white nationalist I'd never heard of in the 1970's, iirc. No idea how it became appropriated to Voltaire, who was indeed a noticer of things.
     
  20. BeyondFedUp

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    Well, pray tell, did the quote get used in the company newsletter?
     
  21. SneakyQuick

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    Whether or not it was actually Voltaire that said it the statement itself has ring of truth to it.
     
  22. Jerry Reb

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    It's the ADL that claims that Voltaire never said it and the random white nationalist did.

    Given how untrustworthy the ADL is, I'm inclined to believe that Voltaire came up with it.
     
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    “Rooney Rule” expanded to include QB coaches. At least one female or minority candidate must be interviewed for the position of QB coach. The Rooney Rule has been an epic fiasco/failure. So, the NFL decided to expand it.
     
  24. Leonardfan

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    Why the focus on QB coaches? Perhaps I've been right all along about the White replacement at the QB position.
     
  25. white is right

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    Out of all of the position coaches the qb coach is viewed as a junior offensive coordinator. A few younger ones have jumped the coordinator position to become head coaches too. I noticed quite a few 3rd string type former NFL quarterbacks have been hired as a qb coach and within a year or two they have become hot candidates for head coaching jobs.

    As far as I know only Pep Hamilton has gotten this buzz about him who is a non White qb coach who wasn't a coordinator(he is one now though). Even Byron Leftwich only has gotten head coaching rumours since he was promoted to the OC in Tampa Bay.
     
  26. Bucky

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    Haha clown World.
     

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