NFL Week 15 2011

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  1. backrow

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    What a terrible line up of early (and late) games this week, from our stand point...

    tomorrow we have Jags-Falcons, i mean, really? Like Don said in week 14 thread, did the media think Jags will be THE team to watch this season? what gives?
    btw, whatever happened to Kerry Meier, one wonders.

    then Saturday we have Cowboys vs ... Bucs: not much to root for in this one, other than Witten and Lee, really

    SNF: Ravens vs Chargers, again, other than few defensive players (Weddle is tied for the lead with 7 interceptions, would be amazing to have a white guy lead that DBack category!), it's only Pitta and Hester on offense.

    MNF: another silly game. Steelers-49ers. at least those are two teams with a good record (10-3), but other than Justin Smith and Brett ""Diesel" Keisel there's absolutely nothing to see there for us. i hate when that happens, those are the games that everyone can access and that just helps spreading the impression that NFL is and should be nearly all black.

    i'll be watching Browns - Cards for one reason only: Hillis and his long awaited bounce-back. he needs to put in a good game if he's trying to play next season. he's getting negative press and DWFs have short memory. a 100+ yards, few TDs would go a long way in reminding them that he IS Browns offense and a beast. all the best to him!!!

    Peterson is back, so Gerhart will be back to his 3 carries a game. at least he showed his potential.
     
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  3. wile

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    Pats-Broncs being the most interesting. IMO it will be one of the most watched games of the year and ironically featuring the morlocks hated enemies, the White Men.
     
  4. Truthteller

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    Not sure how the Broncos are being widely viewed as "white-friendly" here at CF. Outside of Tebow, Decker and few OL's, they resemble the Grambling Tigers or Alcorn State Braves. Heck, they even placed backup safety Kyle McCarty on IR this week, meaning you likely wont see a single white face on defense for the rest of the season.

    That said, I hope the Pats beat them, but I want Tebow to play real well. Hopefully it's like the Minnesota/Denver game (high scoring), except with a Broncos loss.

    As far as the crappy games on prime time, I agree I can't see why Jax and Tampa are on so much? Perhaps it's attendence related? Since they rarely sellout, the league would rather have Monday or Thursday night regional TV blackouts, so they can televise better games on Sunday afternoon in North Florida? Perhaps it's weather related -- prime time games not affected by sleet and snow in Florida?

    Too bad the Texans, Vikings and few others didn't get on prime time much (or at all). But let's not forget, CBS and FOX pay a ton of money for TV rights, too, and they don't want to lose the Patriots, Packers and other popular teams every week to NBC and BSPN.
     
  5. Deadlift

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    I completely agree with you! I was just going to make a post about that.

    Frankly, I'm not sure why some posters who were pulling for New England and Houston in the postseason -- where the better teams play the better teams and things get sorted out pretty fairly -- are now switching to Denver for their postseason team? Prisoners of the moment, perhaps?

    It's not like we haven't seen late-game wins before. Atlanta was 14-2 last year, with several close wins late, and I said that they "weren't as good as their record." Despite their gaudy record, I never called Matt Ryan "elite" because it's the postseason that separates QBs from each other. Fast forward to 2011, and Matt Ryan is criticized for Atlanta's slow start. He wasn't given a "break" because of last year. For any QB, the "detractors" don't disappear. If Denver faces several REAL QBs next year and they struggle, people aren't going to talk about last year's Ws over Ponder, Hanie, Palko and a San Diego team in total disarray (OL decimated).

    But, then again, I'm "pro-black" which is why I frequently "critique" Atlanta, New Orleans, and Baltimore for surrounding Flacco with sumos (and I don't worship the Giants or Cowboys). As an aside, New Orleans has earned their 10-3 record against some good teams, but what I've said about them has held true.. their d-line and secondary DOES get exposed, almost weekly.
     
  6. backrow

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    Tebow is the sole reason i even watch Denver, and i feel like he's special to our cause. Decker as well. other than that, i just care for white teams such as Pats offense, Houston overall or Rams defense. Packers are also up there. Vikings could very well be, if Gerhart kept playing. i hate Browns but i watch them for Hillis.
     
  7. TwentyTwo

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    With McCarthy out...D-Lineman Mitch Unrein is the only white Bronco on D that gets any PT...
     
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    NFC Wildcard

    Chicago isn't out of the wildcard race, but if they lose to T-Jack this week, they will be: http://espn.go.com/nfl/team/schedule/_/name/chi/chicago-bears

    Because they have to go to Green Bay next week and then to Minnesota in January.

    --Atlanta still has to play New Orleans again.

    --Detroit will be playing Oakland this week, and are probably favored, but this is a type of "mystery" game. An important game for Detroit as they'll play GB again.


    If the wildcard bar gets lowered, Dallas might just take one of the spots.
     
  9. foobar75

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    The Broncos start 6 Whites in total, all on offense, which is the exact same number as your beloved "magic" Jets. So, I'm not sure what your beef is here. We all watch and root for the Broncos because of Tim Tebow, plain and simple. What he's done against all odds and what he represents against the cultural marxist establishment is a big deal. He's captivated the whole country, and CF is no exception.

    As for their wins, again, your persistent attempts to discredit them is puzzling. They have beaten some good teams (CHI, OAK, NYJ), have won 5 on the road where winning is always difficult no matter what, including 3 straight road wins against division opponents, which is very impressive.

    My ideal AFC championship game is HOU vs NE, which may or may not happen depending on seeding, and of course winning their other games to get there. My ideal SB is NE vs GB. Tebow has already exceeded all expectations. He'll lead the Broncos to the division title, maybe 1 miracle playoff win, and then their magical ride will come to an end on the road in the divisional round at the most.

    Would you like to share with us your thoughs on Tebow? What do you think of him as an NFL QB?
     
  10. Kaptain

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    So apparently when we all were rooting for Cleveland because of Peyton Hillis last year we shouldn't have been because they weren't white enough on defense - like every single team?

    I would root for Denver over Houston or the Patriots. Denver, though very black, is the only team that has broken the caste mold this year. They have a running athletic white quarterback who is hated by the media like no other player in sports history. It's well documented on this site that athletic white quarterbacks are not allowed to exist in the caste system. White athletic QBs expose the lie that white's can't run and thus, it exposes the lie of whites not being able to play running back. It also rains on the parade of the "new breed" of quarterback (black and affletic) advertised and pushed by the NFL and the media for almost 2 decades now.

    The other reason to root for Denver is Eric Decker. Decker is the ONLY white #1 starting outside receiver who is not considered a slot receiver (Welker) or the beneficiary of a great system. Denver this year has shattered the caste mold in two forbidden places and yet were told were not suppose to root for them because they should have a white LB or DE? Get out of here.

    Houston for all of their white players haven't broken the mold in any typical caste position. Not a single one. Just about the same can be said for New England this year. Yes, I know, Danny Woodhead is allowed to occasionally run the ball but only as a second fiddle to the rather mediocre BJGE. Nothing really caste-busting there. Wes Welker is leading the league, but he is still considered a slot receiver ready to play second fiddle to New England's never ending yearly quest to find a black free agent superstar that he can adequately compliment. Julian Edelman has played the illegal position of white cornerback which was outlawed years ago about the time they passed the Rooney Rule - it was an earmark. New England gets away with cheating like this by the loophole of using him if only under extreme injury conditions and the promise of a fast return to the bench when the brothers get healthy. He's played that role for years at WR when he performed extremely well in injury substitution and immediately returned to the bench ASAP upon the signing of various over-rated free agent bruthas. He is Steve Tasker and Don Beebee. Nothing really caste-busting going on in New England - yet.

    So, here's to Denver, Tim Tebow, and Eric Decker. The only caste-busting team in NFL even if by complete accident. Cheers. :beer:
     
  11. backrow

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    well said Kaptain. well said!
     
  12. jaxvid

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    I second that. I also will add that a loss is not going to be devasting to the Patriots so if Denver beats them they will still be around for the post season.

    Tebow is the biggest thing in football right now and CF has been on his bandwagon for years. Also Decker is another guy we keep close track of here.
     
  13. GiovaniMarcon

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    I think all NFL teams are "too Black", more or less, and although I of course prefer the teams that are Whiter (ie, New England, Green Bay, etc.), those teams are already "known quantities" that have proven they can win — and win often in a devastating fashion — thanks in large part to their healthy contingent of White players.

    Right now I want to root for Denver because the "Whiter" teams have already proven that they're world-beaters. Denver hasn't. The only real factors for their success are Tebow and Decker, with Tebow serving as the true "X-factor".

    So, if they start to really set the world on fire, it isn't because of all the incompetent Black scrubs on the team (the same sort of AA hires that characterize most teams), but because of Tebow, Tebow, Tebow.

    TT has already proven himself, even if he doesn't win even one more game this year, but every additional triumph, big or small, is an additional kick in the withered, wrinkly little effeminate Jew-balls of the caste system.

    So, right now, even though they're by no means perfect, Denver is a team to root for. For TIM TEBOW.
     
  14. Tom Iron

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    I'm actually going to the bar this weekend and watch some of the Patriots, Broncos game. They have direct TV. I'd like to put my eys on Tebow.

    Tom Iron...
     
  15. Thrashen

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    Well said, I feel the same way.

    New England is currently tied for the best record (10-3) in the AFC with Baltimore, Pittsburg, and Houston. It’s critical that the Patriots (who finish their season with the Bills and Chiefs) and Texans (who finish their season with the Panthers, Colts, and Titans) win their remaining three games, so that if they should play “Rooney’s Rodents” or “Harbaugh’s Hoodlums,” at least it’ll be a home game. Despite my passionate aversion for those two ever-detestable black squads, I’ll admit that both of these loathsome black posies have a good chance at defeating one of “our” teams, either home or away. The Jets, should they make the playoffs, are also a viable threat.

    Overall, it’s more important that New England win instead of Denver. New England regularly plays 8 whites on offense (Brady, Welker, Woodhead, Gronkowski, Light, Mankins, Wendell/McDonald, Solder/Vollmer), up to three whites on defense (Ninkovich, Fletcher/Koutouvides, Edelman), and Woodhead/Edelman returning punts and kickoffs. Denver has Tebow, Decker, and 3 white OL (Kuper, Beadles, Walton) on offense, and with Bannan purged and McCarthy cut, zero whites are regularly featured on defense. Denver’s only competition for a playoff berth is Oakland, who finishes the season with Detroit, Kansas City, and San Diego.

    The “Dream Superbowl Matchup” would consist of any combination of the Patriots, Texans, Packers, and perhaps the Broncos, given the Tebow story. Teams such as the (suddenly-whitening) Giants, Cowboys, Falcons, Titans and Lions aren’t putrid options, but certainly aren’t preferred. The “Nightmare Superbowl Matchup” would consist of any combination of the Steelers, Saints, Ravens, 49ers, or Jets (in that order).

    The 2011 Pittsburg Steelers, the team that includes the least amount of white athletes of any roster, on any team, in NFL history, is the epitome of loathsomeness, of white discrimination, and of “Caste” Football. Of these 7 lonely players (Ben Roethlisburger, Heath Miller, Doug Legursky, Brett Keisel, punter Jeremy Kapinos, kicker Shaun Suisham, and long-snapper Greg Warren), only 4 are actual football players. Last week against the Browns, when “Big Ben,” the light-skinned Negro, the wigger, the Ebonics-breathing, accused-rapist party-boy appeared to have broken his ankle, it marked the first time I’d ever “hoped” that a white athlete was seriously injured. I’ll admit that their “Plantation Boss” is an extremely tough player…

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    I’d like to see the Steelers produce yet another all-black draft class in 2012 (which, of course, they will), cut Legursky and trade Miller, Keisel, and Ben. At least such a squad would provide a thought-provoking racial, social, and cultural experiment (you know, like examining white lab-rats in a cage). We could observe whether or not the chemically-intoxicated, Marxism-inoculated, increasingly-rotund, racially-pilfered, Negro-fawning, towel-waving, breast-flashing, beer-guzzling white humanoid-parasites comprising “Steeler Nation” would even take notice of the Holodomoric racial composition of “their” team, representing “their” crime-ridden, urine-soaked, ignoble city.

    Of course, such an astute observation would need to occur between their psychopathic, utterly-infantile “4-hour long shifts” of shrieking for under-qualified blacks, assuaging their bottomless abdomens, and guzzling their precious alcoholic pigswill by the keg, can, cup, bottle, or funnel. Prediction…the walking, talking, fornicating germ would not so much as unwind it’s collective, nacho-flavored grin…

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    Damn that would be interesting, no white players, just for the amount of propaganda we would be subjected to that the genocide can continue because whites are not necessary.

    My humble guess is that the Steeler fan base is pretty thin, simply because from what I gather most whites might tip their hats to the new boss they quietly loath the new boss and these painted clowns are especially loathed.

    PS well said Thrashen
     
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    I too am going to side with the Texans/Pats type team over the Broncos, in spite of Tebow and Decker. I view defense as one gigantic non-white caste zone, whether it be D-linemen, linebackers or secondary. There are about 45 white defensive starters in the whole league, making for a figure of 1.25 per team. To me, to see a close to half white defensive Texans team excel in no small part to their defense, is a gigantic caste busting example, far more significant than the success of Tebow. Don't get me wrong, my son and I have become big Tebow fans, but he is merely strengthening and consolidating white dominance over the QB position. White dominance over that field will likely continue regardless whether an occasional white running QB like Tebow or maybe Locker emerges.
    OTOH, the success of guys like Cushing, Watt, Reed and Barwin can potentially help the case of countless white college defensive players actually make NFL rosters, as at least those NFL GM's who have half a brain might seek to emulate the Texans model.
     
  18. backrow

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    there's no doubt in my mind that most everyone here would pick Kubiak's Texans over any other team in AFC outside of maybe Pats for the Super Bowl. now, if Pats actually gave Woodhead more of a prominent role, which he had at times, played Fletcher, Ninkovich and Edelman at corner, that would be the team to root for. Too bad Wright's been injured. too bad that the sole team in the NFC close to that are Packers, and even then, their defense is lacking, at best 3 white LBs on the field.
     
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    Good rant on the Steelers Mr. Thrashen, I despise that team deeply. I can always tell if I am on the same wavelength as another football fan by gauging their like/dislike of the Steelers.

    My only comment would be that while Pittsburgh may infact be crime ridden, urine soaked, and ignoble, it is also the largest white majority city in the US. Because of its 60% white population it has one of the lowest rates of crime of any major city. It is also generally clean and safe outside of the 25% black areas. Perhaps that is why the team is so black so as to use the affection for the football team to racially brainwash the large fan base. It was the same with the Pirates. I guess not enough black people to justify a pro basketball team though?
     
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    I'm hoping Gronk and Tebow have the best games for their respective teams.

    Since the brass at Denver indicated this past Spring that they were going to start going after "athletic-type Tight Ends" (we all know what that's code for), they've had a mild dose of that "athleticism" from Scheffler and Rudolph...from opposing teams. Now I hope they get a strong dose of an "athletic-type Tight End" from the Gronk this weekend.

    Maybe it will expand their notion of what "athletic" really is.
     
  21. Don Wassall

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    Lots of good posts in this thread. The Texans are my favorite team right now because of what they're doing on defense while also still starting Kevin Walter, a platoon of White TEs, several White o-linemen, and always White QBs. But the Patriots and Packers are right behind them. The Patriots on offense are as good as it's been in the NFL for a long, long time. Green Bay seems to be making a concerted effort to get blacker but the effects of that still haven't shown up on the starters, which are mostly the same ones as last year.

    I root for Tebow and Decker, but otherwise can't work up much enthusiasm for the Broncos. I think they still have a lot of rebuilding to do and I expect the Tebow miracles to fade along with the team. I'm just hoping for Tebow to firmly establish himself as a quality starter, whether in Denver or elsewhere so that the haters in the media will have to shut up for good.
     
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    some more good news (Kuhn had 10 carries for 46 yards last week):

    Packers RB Brandon Saine (concussion) missed practice again on Thursday.

    Saine's status for Week 15 remains up in the air, but it's not looking good at this point. Expect Ryan Grant and John Kuhn to garner the majority of the carries against the Chiefs.
     
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    I found Denver's wins over OAK and the NYJ to be inspiring, but the other games? Not so much. Here's a link that shows the complete difference of Chicago's offense with Hanie compared to Cutler: http://espn.go.com/nfl/team/schedule/_/name/chi/chicago-bears

    Look at all the 30-point games by Chicago. Cutler is not scared of any opponent, and had Chicago rolling. It's also interesting how I have been derided for saying that Chicago has a good front 7, and now almost everyone is saying it! However, if one can't score, the defense won't hold up indefinitely. If a team can't add a FG or two (to an existing lead), they are really setting themselves up to lose.

    The Broncos were bad last year, got the 2nd overall pick, and I'm sure they got one of the easier schedules. Little different than KC winning the AFC West last year with a weak schedule. After their division title, few were calling Matt Cassel an "elite" QB. Then, in 2011, KC receives a really tough schedule. With Cassel or without Cassel (got injured), they were unlikely to fare well. So, with Tebow, the jury is still out. There were question marks -- some of them legitimate -- about how Tebow (and Colt McCoy ftm) would transition to the NFL. Cleveland has been plagued by drops, and he's playing for an inept organization, but he isn't "established" either.

    P.S. -- Tebow needs to greatly improve. Personally, I'm more excited about Jake Locker than Tebow. Why is Munchak hesitant to start him?
     
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    The Patriots have a suspect defense and this is always a problem in the playoffs. The chances are probably 50% NE will be knocked off by somebody. All it takes is for Brady and his receivers to have an off day, which is what happened last year.
     
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    Locker is going to be a stud quarterback, excelling at both running and passing. I'm hoping that he hasn't replaced Hasselbeck yet because the Titans still have a slight chance at being a wildcard team. Maybe next week will be the week, or possibly this week if Hasselbeck isn't ready to go after his injury last Sunday that allowed Locker to go in and nearly win the game for Tennessee.
     
  26. tarvaris jackson mvp

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    Are you guys watching the dreadful Falcons-Jaguars game? Can that fatass Turner gain any yards unless there's a wide open gap? This guy's rear end is bigger than Oprah's, jesus...
     

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