Scotty Miller

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  1. TwentyTwo

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    Looked to see if he had his own Thread....he surely deserves one after this! Would like to see Scotty & Tyreek race; give him his props for his confidence.

    Scotty Miller: I’m faster than Tyreek Hill
    https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2021/01/27/scotty-miller-im-faster-than-tyreek-hill/

    Here he is on the Dan Patrick Show
    https://twitter.com/dpshow/status/1354444538551685124


    https://ftw.usatoday.com/2021/01/patrick-mahomes-tyreek-hill-respond-scotty-miller-speed-claim

    And it seems like Green Bay Packer Corner Back Kevin King caught some flack from fellow black's on social media for getting burned by a white boy on the 39 yard TD catch in the NFC Championship Game. . But the two media black guys on ESPN know how fast Scotty is! Will try to locate that later
     
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  2. white lightning

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    I love it. If he can get more reps he deserves his own thread. I like the swagger and confidence too! We need more whites not backing down. Take on all challenges. Believe in yourself and always be confident. It be be a very close race. Miller can fly! :)
     
  3. wile

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    Yeah the fake elite of the sports media with their black supremacy agenda via the ever present melodrama of every black athlete a Jackie Robinson or Ali is more easily bypassed these days.

    See the Jake Funk workout tweet, a lot of positive comments and not a one probably ever heard of CF.
     
  4. DWF Upside

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    Good for Miller, the days of the self deprecating white athlete need to end. No more “Awe Shucks” moments with our enemies in the press.

    They had Mahomes on with Dan Patrick and DP was trying to get PM to make fun of Scottie Miller. He did this while cackling and egging him on in the most Beta way possible.

    No BS, Im on the Mahomes hype train right now. He handled that awkward situation with more class than even most white QB’s would have. Saying he is a fast dude, a good player, and you need to believe in yourself. While still supporting his gangbanger player. That took balls and is a 180 degree difference from any of the other SupaMang QB’s. In fact unless he is trained and protected 100% by a PR campaign like Jordan. I like the way he handles himself at all times. Theres no other SupaMang QB’s that are even close to him in terms of talent nor will there be.

    Lets do this Chiefs, they got quite a few of our guys on their squad anyways. Still rooting for Gronk and Miller, but they might not even factor into the game like Kelce, Sorenson, the OL, and Niemann.
     
  5. La France Blanche

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    Still not a Mahomes fan. I could go on about it, and maybe I will somewhere else, but not here because this is Scotty Miller's thread.

    I hope Miller has a huge Super Bowl. Opportunities to shine on this big of a stage won't come often. If he racks up big stats it'll be the kind of thing that even DWFs will have to respect.
     
  6. Leonardfan

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    https://theundefeated.com/features/...tests-assumptions-about-race-and-athleticism/

    The Undefeated with their take on Scotty Miller. Spoiler alert - it's the same schtick the media has been playing for years. Don't worry they call him white boy and kid in the article - the author does so himself as do quotes he added to his story from Carter's comments. Very lazy and predictable article that once again refuses to dig below the surface and look at the actual discrimination that exists to keep white athletic opportunity to a minimum at the college and the pro level.


    "In the grand scheme of things, Miller’s race shouldn’t – and doesn’t – matter. But as much as many would like to ignore race in sports, it’s something we’re all aware of. A receiver catching a long touchdown has been done thousands of times. A Black player running a sub-4.4 40-yard dash is just another day that ends in y.

    But enjoying white athletes excelling in sports is one of the few shared experiences of all Americans. It explains Boling and Larry Bird and “White Donte” DiVincenzo and Josh Allen. We all recognize that this doesn’t normally happen."
     
  7. icsept

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    Fu k the “Undefeated.” They’re “Winless” in every other aspect of life. So, their analysis of Scotty Miller is not surprising.
     
  8. Leonardfan

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    I totally agree. They along with the rest of the media do not want to let the cat out of the bag. These types of articles are damage control. They even disrespect Welker in the article who was one of the most dominant WRs of his era.
     
  9. Bucky

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    I second that, screw them. So sick of double standard racism in this country.
     
  10. Bob

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    I wonder if writers in The Undefeated would appreciate having their own logic turned around on them ...

    "In the grand scheme of things, race shouldn’t – and doesn’t – matter in football. But as much as many would like to ignore race in sports, it’s something we’re all aware of. A quarterback throwing a long touchdown pass has been done thousands of times. A white player with a strong, accurate arm and the ability to read a defence is just another day that ends in y.

    But enjoying black athletes excelling at the quarterback position is one of the few shared experiences of all Americans. It explains Vick and Russell Wilson and Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes. We all recognize that this doesn’t normally happen."
     

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