Recent BUSTS

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  1. Extra Point

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    Last year an Ivy League (Cornell) cornerback named David Jones became available in the draft. Jones played well during his last season. He tested out well athletically. He did well in drills. He was a better prospect than some blacks who were drafted.

    As far as I know no NFL team even gave him a tryout.

    Lurkers take note, The NFL is a racist, anti-white league. They heavily discriminate against white players.

    NFL organizations won't even consider giving white cornerbacks a chance. They won't even let white players try to play cornerback. They completely freeze them out.

    The black players, of course, support this racist policy. Most black players are black supremacists and anti-white racists. They regard cornerback as "their" position. They say "It takes brothers to cover brothers."

    No it doesn't. There are plenty of white men athletic enough to play cornerback. They're just not given the opportunity because of anti-white racism.

     
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  2. Don Wassall

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    Clelin Ferrell, the fourth pick of the first round in 2019, is a healthy scratch for tonight's game.
     
  3. SneakyQuick

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    David Jones had slightly better measurables than Artie burns who was a first round pick and who apparently just got released after a few unimpressive seasons. David Jones did not even get a tryout or combine invite . Clearly it’s not about raw ability or intelligence (the odds are that a Cornell football player is at least a reasonably bright kid are pretty high).


    It seems pretty obvious what happened, I think the better question is what if anything can be done about it.

    kids who were discriminated against can be said to have been just overlooked and it would be hard to prove otherwise.

    I’ve read this forum for a couple of years and it seems to me like supporting the nfl (and most colleges) is a waste if you believe the caste system exists. I didn’t used to believe it but the mass of evidence here led me to look more closely and see what is going on in many cases.

    I know that lots of people here would miss football but given how far it has slid I don’t know what else to say.

    I do think the people that run the league would notice a wide scale boycott but I also doubt such a thing will happen. For me I can go the whole year without watching a single game pretty easily but they won’t notice or miss me.

    What would be interesting is if some athlete who was discriminated against joined this conversation and made it more obvious to the majority of fans what is happening. Either that or a more fairly run league with better quality of play needs to arise but I think that’s extremely unlikely.


    I think all that y’all have written here is incredibly interesting but in order for change to happen the awareness of the average fan needs to be raised. Forums like this don’t reach most of them however important they are

    given the current political climate it might actually make a difference.


    Wonder what athlete would be brave enough to step up and say something?
     
  4. SneakyQuick

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    To see just how deep this all goes. Look up the lance zeirlein write up on Artie burns as a prospective nfl player.
    It’s a comically ridiculous complete contradiction and yet this is the system that has been built over the years. This frog has been boiling since the late 1970s.
     
  5. Don Wassall

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    That's what we're all about, trying to reach those with eyes to see and ears to hear. Welcome here.
     
  6. Bucky

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    Agreed welcome!

    Ferrell has been a major bust for Raiders, media no opinion on that, whatsoever!

    Also noticed CB Dre Fitzpatrick has signed with Arizona. High 1st Rd pick out of Alabama and one of top rated CBs in HS..Pretty damn average in NFL. 13 career INTs in 10 seasons. Not necessarily Bust status, but close.
     
  7. Leonardfan

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    Welcome to the forum. I've certainly tried my best over the past year to wake up normie white fans to the caste system - I've emailed Peter King - had part of my email in one of his weekly columns, called out the bias in real time on twitter, called out self proclaimed draft "experts", drunk white fans, racist black fans, made tons of posts to direct at the Senior Bowl and Jim Nagy twitter accounts which led to them blocking my account. I have gone on sites like Breitbart and others to comment on sports stories and expose the caste system and it was met with skepticism or ignorance 95% of the time. Even Gab has been not been a fruitful venture for us which says something considering how many red pilled folks frequent the site. For whatever reason White people do not want to hear the truth when it comes to sports. You have to remember that sports were the first sector of American society that underwent desegregation so there is 70+ years of subversion the caste system in sports is built upon.

    I think the ideal athlete to speak out about this would be Christian McCaffery - he poses the biggest threat to the status quo we have seen in decades. I do feel that he along with the rest of his family know the score but it would take a grassroots movement to embolden he or any other White athlete to speak out. I did recently read an article about Clemson RB Will Shipley and he cited CMC as a big influence on him as a player which I felt was a small victory. Especially with the nauseating push of black qbs and the narrative that when the little black youth see lamar jackson out there playing QB it inspires them to want to play the position. Apologies for the rant.
     
  8. Don Wassall

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    A first round draft pick in 2018, Penny has a career total of 831 yards rushing in four seasons. Mega-bust.

    Seahawks RB Rashaad Penny (calf) is listed as doubtful for Week 2 against the Titans.
    Coach Pete Carroll said Penny won't play after missing practice all week. The Seahawks haven't ruled out a multi-week absence. Penny's injury creates more snaps for Chris Carson, who had a 78% snap share in Seattle's Week 1 win. DeeJay Dallas will step into the No. 2 role behind Carson.
     
  9. Leon Sandcastle

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    Penny was a giant reach even by DWF standards. Chompin' Pete hit a home run with Bruce Irvin in 2012 and he's been throwing darts at random upsiders in the first and second rounds ever since. L.J. Collier (viewed as a borderline Day 2/3 pick by most draft sites) is well on his way to Bustville and I expect the similarly valued Jordyn Brooks to join him there in due time.
     
  10. Leonardfan

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    Beasley is MIA for the Bills. The Buffalo offense needs to find its rhythm. Signing Emmanuel Sanders is probably a move that they could have done without.
     
  11. Leonardfan

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    Trey Hendrickson with the strip sack of Fields.
     
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