2010 Minnesota Vikings

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Caste Football looks at the 2010 Minnesota Vikings

The
Vikings look to be one of the better teams in regards to white starters
this season but that's not saying much. A total of five white players
are in the starting lineup for Minnesota. Though this is still a poor
number it's about average for a league which refuses to play talented
whites. . Let's take a look at these players.

On offense the
Vikings will have one of the best quarterbacks of all time in Brett
Favre. Favre is almost 41 but is easily one of the three best qb's in
the league. He's also a future Hall of Famer . Favre just recently
decided to play another year after pondering his future for some time.
He automatically makes the Vikings a legit Super Bowl contender. The
only two other white starters on offense are left guard Steve Hutchinson
and center John Sullivan. Hutchinson is a seven time Pro-Bowler and
member of the 2000's All Decade team. In fact, he's so good that many
consider him to be the best offensive lineman in the game today. The
starting center, John Sullivan, is a 6th round pick from the 2008
draft. He's very solid and became a starter just last year with the
departure of Matt Birk. John looks to be even better in his second full
season as a starter. Toby Gerhart is a phenomenal running back out of
Stanford whose a back up behind Adrian Peterson. Look for him to be the
starter should Peterson get injured.

The defensive side of the
team looks to have only two white starters. While this is a very poor
number it's better than some other teams that have no starting white
players on defense. Jared Allen is the starting defensive end and he's
the best in the game. Over the past three seasons Allen has more sacks
than any NFL player. He's been selected to the last three Pro Bowls and
has 72 career sacks already in just six seasons in the league. If he
continues his incredible play he'll be a sure fire HOF player. Chad
Greenway is a starting outside linebacker. A first round draft pick in
2006, his career has been nothing short of spectacular so far. He
hasn't made any Pro Bowls as of yet but with his combination of size and
athleticism it's bound to happen in the near future. Greenway also had
three interceptions last season to go along with 99 tackles.

Grade D
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Logan Payne is more talented, not to mention "whiter" than Greg Camarillo, who is of Spanish-Mexican descent. Although the DWF's probably think Camarillo is Italian.

Here's a video Camarillo did for the Jim Rome show"¦

Camarillo - Jim Rome

He's obviously a big-time wigger. Camarillo even pals around with Joey Porter (who is wearing a "Barak Obama"Â￾ t-shirt) during the segment.

I remember an ESPN interview he did after his long catch against the Ravens, saving his team from an 0-16 season. If there were no video accompanying the audio, you'd think you were listening to a black thug.Edited by: Thrashen
 

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Thrashen, thanks for that post, seriously. I have never heard Camarillo speak before. Your right, he's a wigger. So much so that I'm pretty much ready to de-classify him from being considered a White player. I don't know about his personal life, but it seems like he doesn't identify as being White. To me, that's enough to not consider him White, even if he looks White on the field.
 

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Rotoworld actually balking at the comparison of Camarillo to Wes!

Greg Camarillo (WR) - Minnesota Vikings

(Wed, Aug 25 - 11:05pm ET)


The Minneapolis Star-Tribune calls Greg Camarillo a "slot receiver," and expects his addition to allow Percy Harvin to "play more on the outside."
We'll see about this. Throughout the day, we've heard Camarillo referred to as a "poor man's Wes Welker," but his build is nothing like Welker's, and Camarillo played the outside flanker position for most of his time in Miami. Davone Bess was the slot man. If Camarillo beats out Greg Lewis, he'll likely enter at flanker in three-wideout sets, with Harvin moving into the slot. Camarillo is worth a look in PPR leagues, but won't be consistent in fantasy.
Source: Minneapolis Star-Tribune
 

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Colonel_Reb said:
Thrashen, thanks for that post, seriously. I have never heard Camarillo speak before. Your right, he's a wigger. So much so that I'm pretty much ready to de-classify him from being considered a White player. I don't know about his personal life, but it seems like he doesn't identify as being White. To me, that's enough to not consider him White, even if he looks White on the field.

Yes, thanks for the information. I wasn't that familiar with Camarillo.

Wiki:
Greg Camarillo was born in Redwood City, California to a Roman Catholic father (of Mexican descent) and a Jewish mother (of Hungarian descent).
 

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Thrashen said:
Logan Payne is more talented, not to mention "whiter" than Greg Camarillo, who is of Spanish-Mexican descent. Although the DWF's probably think Camarillo is Italian.

Here's a video Camarillo did for the Jim Rome show"¦

Camarillo - Jim Rome

Based on that video: not a white player.
 

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Bart said:
Colonel_Reb said:
Thrashen, thanks for that post, seriously. I have never heard Camarillo speak before. Your right, he's a wigger. So much so that I'm pretty much ready to de-classify him from being considered a White player. I don't know about his personal life, but it seems like he doesn't identify as being White. To me, that's enough to not consider him White, even if he looks White on the field.

Yes, thanks for the information. I wasn't that familiar with Camarillo.

Wiki:
Greg Camarillo was born in Redwood City, California to a Roman Catholic father (of Mexican descent) and a Jewish mother (of Hungarian descent).



Camarillo (whether black or Spanish-Mexican or wigger) is merely an average flanker with moderate athleticism, decent speed, and good hands. He's still better than 40-50% of NFL starters. The intoxicated masses only see a white player"¦they're too drunk and too lazy to do their homework. As I've said many times, I could care less about supporting Camarillo. Facially, he looks almost Arabic. Obviously, I'd rather see him succeed than a black or polyneisan player.

Texans WR David Anderson, who I really liked during his time with Colorado State, is another clownish wigger. He refers to himself as a "white boy"Â￾ and apparently loves hip-hop, dancing, etc. However, he's certainly not an ethnic "mystery meat"Â￾ like Camarillo"¦just another misguided white man, perverted by the System.Edited by: Thrashen
 

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Another white lineman may be displaced soon.

From Rotoworld:
Vikings RG Anthony Herrera has replaced John Sullivan at center for Saturday's game.

Impressive rookie Chris DeGeare is getting the start at right guard. Sullivan has been nursing a calf injury, but this change has a chance to stick. It would good news if it does, as Sullivan was pushed around by defensive tackles last season.
 

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I notice that the supa-affletic backup QB for the Vikes, Tavaris Jackson, had a whopping 2 completions out of 8 attempts for a SUPA 2 yards! But hey, he did finish 12 of 26 for 60 yards for the ENTIRE 4 game pre-season
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I notice that the supa-affletic backup QB for the Vikes, Tavaris Jackson, had a whopping 2 completions out of 8 attempts for a SUPA 2 yards! But hey, he did finish 12 of 26 for 60 yards for the ENTIRE 4 game pre-season
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Stay healthy Brett.
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Actually, my gut feeling is that the Vikings are not going to be as good as last year and will be surpassed in the division this year by the Packers, while the Lions will be much improved. I'm glad Favre came back but it may turn out that he would have been better off to stay retired this time.
 

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Feeling the growing pressure to put Sage Rosenfels in front of Tarvirus, the Vikings have traded Rosenfels to the Giants. Here's the latest from rotoworld that compares Rosenfels and Tarvirus:

"Tarvaris Jackson was booed off the field after competing 2-of-8 passes for two yards in Minnesota's preseason finale.

He finishes the preseason 12-of-26 for 60 yards, compared to "No. 3" QB Sage Rosenfels' 31-for-51 with 402 yards and four touchdowns. T-Jack has never had poise, and Favre's late-camp return appears to have shaken him mentally. Coach Brad Childress appeared to begin hedging on his backup QB situation after Thursday's performance, indicating that Jackson remains the No. 2 "as it stands right now.""Edited by: Kaptain Poop
 

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Strangely, the Vikings have now traded Sage Rosenfels to the Giants. So, despite his horrible preseason T-Jack will be the unquestioned no. 2 qb and project Joe Webb will be 3rd.
 

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If Favre somehow gets injured the Vikings will be in for a long season. It's a long shot though as Brett is the Cal Ripken of the NFL.
 

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More infantile "endearing" ghetto style nicknames, this time for "little more than a warm body" Jackson.
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This ESPN writer admits what we already know here at CF. Coaches have agendas other than rewarding the best players:

Childress finally banishes Sage Rosenfels
September, 3, 2010 Sep 39:47PM By Kevin Seifert

The Minnesota Vikings traded away their only real insurance at the game's most important position Friday night, a reckless and vindictive move that indisputably weakened the team in order to avoid the appearance of impropriety on the depth chart.

Sage Rosenfels was traded even though he was Minnesota's best backup at quarterback.I haven't always praised Sage Rosenfels during his two year-career with the Vikings, but this preseason he proved to be the Vikings' only competent backup behind Brett Favre. He far outperformed Tarvaris Jackson, who apparently has a tenured position unaffected by his performance. What anyone wouldn't give for the kind of job security he has.

Let's be perfectly clear: Rosenfels was traded Friday night to the New York Giants because he beat out Jackson for the No. 2 job. As crazy as it sounds, that's what happened. The problem was that coach Brad Childress long ago chose Jackson as his No. 2 quarterback and still hasn't given up on his prospects as a long-term starter. Childress never embraced Rosenfels' acquisition in March 2009, a move orchestrated not by him but by vice president of player personnel Rick Spielman, and inexplicably banished him to the bottom of the depth chart.

Rosenfels hasn't always practiced well, but his 111.7 passer rating this preseason was more than twice that of Jackson. But no matter how sloppy and inaccurate Jackson was, nothing would change Childress' mind. He said last week that he had seen what he needed to see in practice, and my understanding is he made it clear within the organization that under no circumstances would Rosenfels make the final 53-man roster.

Instead, the Vikings seem poised to keep rookie Joe Webb as their No. 3. Webb showed flashes of elite athleticism during the preseason but is in no way capable of taking over an NFL team with playoff aspirations. It's fair to wonder the same about Jackson, but trading Rosenfels allowed the organization to get some level of return -- one draft pick in 2011 and perhaps a conditional pick in 2012 -- and eliminate the uncomfortable dynamic of an upside-down depth chart.

Favre hasn't missed a start in 19 years, so much of this conversation could be moot. But trading away players because they outperformed underachieving (but favored) incumbents is no way to build a team. At least, not in my book.
 

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icsept said:
This ESPN writer admits what we already know here at CF. Coaches have agendas other than rewarding the best players:



Childress finally banishes Sage Rosenfels

September, 3, 2010 Sep 39:47PM By Kevin Seifert



The Minnesota Vikings traded away their only real insurance at the game's most important position Friday night, a reckless and vindictive move that indisputably weakened the team in order to avoid the appearance of impropriety on the depth chart.



Sage Rosenfels was traded even though he was Minnesota's best backup at quarterback.I haven't always praised Sage Rosenfels during his two year-career with the Vikings, but this preseason he proved to be the Vikings' only competent backup behind Brett Favre. He far outperformed Tarvaris Jackson, who apparently has a tenured position unaffected by his performance. What anyone wouldn't give for the kind of job security he has.



Let's be perfectly clear: Rosenfels was traded Friday night to the New York Giants because he beat out Jackson for the No. 2 job. As crazy as it sounds, that's what happened. The problem was that coach Brad Childress long ago chose Jackson as his No. 2 quarterback and still hasn't given up on his prospects as a long-term starter. Childress never embraced Rosenfels' acquisition in March 2009, a move orchestrated not by him but by vice president of player personnel Rick Spielman, and inexplicably banished him to the bottom of the depth chart.
The real "impropriety", is, of course, the blatant and obvious Caste System. The situation here is as prime an example as there is...obvious Affirmative Action in action as the best man, by far, for the job did not get it. Finally, some seem to be opening their eyes and minds to the White elephant in the middle of the room, even though still refuse to call it what it really is.
 

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Rosenfels looked really good when I saw him play this preseason. He's about 50x better than T. Jackson and a much smarter QB. I like T. J. but it looks like he never panned out as a QB which is not that surprising as we all know here on CF. This move is simply unbelievable as Favre himself wondered if he would even make through the whole season. My guess is that Favre will get hurt and T.J. will go in and promptly flop while the talented Rosenfels, who could have really helped the Vikings go all the way this year, holds a clipboard on the Giants sideline. The black NFL is just not fair these days, is it?
 

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Yes, I think slowly more people are getting the basic concept of the Caste anti-White system.
Rosenfels also played in Miami as a backup when Rick Spielman was GM. Childress clearly has no respect from the rank and file Viking team. He exudes beta type of Manager. I find him to be a weakling.

This year is going to be all or none for Minn. including Favre and Childress.
I highly doubt they will be as good as they were last year.

I see Vikings setting themselves up for lots of trouble and issues this year.
 

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I agree with Borussia, the Vikings are in for trouble.

The Vikings are dealing with some serious racial issues regarding who runs the team. Clearly Jared Allen leads the defense and Favre leads the offense - two rednecks, and the blacks don't like it It was the white players who went to Favre and begged him to come back. I believe many of the black players want TJ to start and are jealous of all the attention Favre gets. And don't forget, it was the black players who were "hazing" Gerhart all camp.

Also, the Vikings have assembled a horrible sumo offensive line that cannnot run block or pass protect. Even Adrian Peterson's number have declined. Sidney Rice is out for several games and Harvin has his migraine issues. I expect Minnesota to get drilled by the Saints in the opening game and suffer through to an 8-8 season.
 
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I hope they are dealing with some serious racial issues. If we can have a black president and an elite that is basically turning us into a Black run Detroit then one of the NFL teams can be subject to a real race rebellion against the white management. Put yourself in a black person's shoes within the NFL community, told how great you are but you still notice that whites/jews call the shots on the business side. I pray for an open rebellion against the anti-white whites, they deserve it.
 

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The crazy thing about support for TJ, is that the black WRs, tight end, running backs etc should realize that their professional careers will be enhanced with a quality QB at the helm, whether that is Farve or Rosenfels. If Houshmanzadeh, or Andre Johnson, or Colston, or Ochostinko, or Moss or all the other hyped black WR's out there had to play with QBs of the capability of TJ their statistics would be horrible and they wouldn't be making anything like the money they have been making. Put simply, having an affirmative action QB hurts the team, and hurts the other black players who are brought down by his ineptness.
 

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Why would the Vikings get rid of solid depth at quarterback. That's just plain stupid. What if Favre gets injured? Are they going to have to rely on Jackson and his dink and dunk style of play? At least with Sage you had a guy who could air it out if he had to.
 

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The Caste system can't risk having a White QB backing up a AA black QB because he will so obviously outclass the AA black QB almost every time he gets to play (even the DWFs can't not notice the glaring difference in abilities) which is why many teams with a AA black QB make sure the 2nd and 3rd string QB's are also AA blacks so there won't ever be a QB controversy...
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Borussia said:
Yes, I think slowly more people are getting the basic concept of the Caste anti-White system.
Rosenfels also played in Miami as a backup when Rick Spielman was GM. Childress clearly has no respect from the rank and file Viking team. He exudes beta type of Manager. I find him to be a weakling.

This year is going to be all or none for Minn. including Favre and Childress.
I highly doubt they will be as good as they were last year.

I see Vikings setting themselves up for lots of trouble and issues this year.


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This is one of the teams I hope will fade this year in spite of having Favre and some excellent White defensive players. Others I'll be especially rooting against include Pittsburgh, Tampa, Arizona, Seattle, San Francisco, Chicago, Tennessee, Philadelphia and Washington. In fact, I'll be surprised if any of these teams have good seasons with the exceptions of the Vikings, 49ersand Eagles. The disparity between the league's coal black teams and those which are relatively White friendly (emphasis as always on "relatively") should be more obvious than before during the 2010 season. Edited by: Don Wassall
 

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The bottom line- is certain COWARD coaches and GMs need to suffer losses to get replaced with hopefully better men. I agree on all your teams to root against Don. The only team's OFFENSE, I'll disagree with you on rooting against Don- is Tennessee- because they kept Marc Mariani which shows a little common sense and resistance to the caste system. I'm not rooting for them to win the Superbowl obviously, but in this case- the black talent at the top of the depth chart at RB and QB on that offense is legit for the most part and not caste ORCHESTRATED. Add the Giants to a team we should root against- as they play into the slotting positions by race/ limiting the number of whites on their team to a tee. This is unfortunate- as I used to be a big Giant's fan.
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