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Not surprising that it's proud Black Panther Lovie Smith and the Black Bears that signed him. Another undeserving player with a bad work ethic. The Bears should be all of our least favourite team at CF (even above the "Loony Rooney" Steelers and Raheem's Dream Team!)
 

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The NFL's extremist affirmative action policies and its racial spoils system has resulted in a league filled with self-entitled pigs. How much money -- and how many chances -- must Mr. Williams be entitled to before he is sufficiently motivated to be in shape? Even Weenieworld shows concern:

Roy Williams admitted Wednesday that he's not yet in game shape after two weeks of Bears camp. We see no excuse for this. Williams has been observed practicing "at less than peak speed," and Roy E. conceded "my conditioning" has held him back. "Getting my wind right. You have to be able to run in this offense." Williams began practicing with the Bears on August 4, so he must have been really out of shape before that. Said quarterback Jay Cutler, "hopefully by Monday('s preseason game), he’ll be ready to go." Hopefully
 

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The NFL's extremist affirmative action policies and its racial spoils system has resulted in a league filled with self-entitled pigs. How much money -- and how many chances -- must Mr. Williams be entitled to before he is sufficiently motivated to be in shape? Even Weenieworld shows concern:

Roy Williams admitted Wednesday that he's not yet in game shape after two weeks of Bears camp. We see no excuse for this. Williams has been observed practicing "at less than peak speed," and Roy E. conceded "my conditioning" has held him back. "Getting my wind right. You have to be able to run in this offense." Williams began practicing with the Bears on August 4, so he must have been really out of shape before that. Said quarterback Jay Cutler, "hopefully by Monday('s preseason game), he’ll be ready to go." Hopefully


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1) rip on player
2) then go and draft him in fantasy football league. :tongue:
 

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lol however drafting Williams as my fifth receiver is hardly a ringing endorsement.
 

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Supposedly Dane Sanzenbacher and Dom DeCicco are both really making their presence felt in training camp. Hopefully they both lock up roster spots. Jerry Angelo is also happy with both Steltz and Conte at the safety positions.
 

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The Bears waived extraordinary bust Vernon Gholston today, he of ZERO career sacks in spite of being hyped as a amazing pass rusher out of college. Now, the quiz for today is: How many additional opportunities will Gholston get before he is finally forced to hang up his slowly-moving cleats?
 

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It would be funny to see how Bears-related Vegas betting odds changed. It might be a way to get a more honest analysis of how the PTB see these busts than any coach or GM interview.
 
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Does anyone know what happened to Canadian import Andy Fantuz? I know the Bears were looking for a tall wide receiver but I havent seen him in any preseason stats.
 

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No suprise RB-Chester Taylor was released...he ran with cement in his feet recently!

They have no choice but to keep Sanzenbacher! Thing Bennett has going for him is he went to Vandy with Cutler.

Carimi upgrades the below average O-Line...

Fun to watch Steltz & Conte! I had to chance to meet Craig Steltz..one of the nicest people you will ever meet!

Gholston is a bigger bust than Kentwan Balmer! That's bad! They should be on Top 25 Worst list along with Alex Barron; instead of scapegoat Sabby Piscatelli!
 

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I do hope the Bears will not only keep Dane, but play him regularly.
 
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Glad to see Dane made it with the Bears, now hopefully they will be smart and utilize his talents immediately. Jay Cutler likes him and the coaching staff were "surprised" with how quickly he picked up the offensive playbook. We know that he will have to pull ST duties, but hopefully that will just showcase his talents even more.

It is truly astounding that this guy had a solid senior year, performed well at the combine by being the 3rd fastest overall and 2nd fastest WR in the 3-cone drill (Maehl was first overall), 6th fastest overall and 3rd fastest WR in 20 yard shuttle (Maehl was 4th overall and 2nd fastest WR), and 4th overall and 2nd fastest WR in the 60 yard shuttle (Maehl was 3rd overall and fastest WR).

The only thing that could hold back Sanzenbacher is not playing him. If he lines up in the slot, I'm confident Cutler will throw to him. I have no doubt Sanzenbacher will be open and make tough grabs in traffic just like he did at Ohio State. Remember he didn't have Cutler throwing to him in college, it was Terelle Pryor, so if anything his production should go up in the NFL as long as he gets in.
 

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Lovie Smith is one of the worst caste coaches in the NFL, and has buried numerous talented White players (especially WRs and DBs) on the depth chart and/or cut them from the team for no reason except their skin color. Despite having an overwhelmingly black roster, they aren’t getting much better as a team. It undoubtedly has something to do with their being one of the most consistently anti-White teams over the last several years. Of course, the ownership goes right along with it.


A couple of the many Whites cut include record setting RB Brock Forsey and Biletnikoff Award winner Mike Hass. In ’05, ’07, and ’08, the Bears had 6 White starters and just 13 Whites on their roster. In ‘06, they had 5 and 12. In ’10, Chicago had just 4 and 12. This year, the Chicago roster includes 16 Whites, 1 polynesian, 1 hispanic, and 35 blacks. The starters include just 4 Whites, 1 hispanic, and 17 blacks. So while the Bears roster got a little Whiter, their on-the-field product is darker than ever before.


Talented starting QB Jay Cutler doesn't get the credit he deserves and despite having a horrible WR corps is actually very solid. Former CSU Ram Caleb Hanie backs Cutler up. Rookie Nathan Enderle comes from Idaho and is the 3[SUP]rd[/SUP] QB.


Arguably the biggest surprise from the Bears preseason is the emergence of un-drafted WR Dane Sanzenbacher. Dane was a fast, sure-handed, deep threat at Ohio State and will do good things if Cutler is allowed to throw to him regularly. Any black WR with Sanzenbacher's resume would have been drafted, without question. Still, it is nice to see the Bears pick up a White WR. Despite making the 53 man roster, Dane starts his racial apprenticeship buried on the depth chart as the 3[SUP]rd[/SUP] WR behind the perpetually stone-handed Roy Williams and half-decent Johnny Knox. It remains to be seen if Hatie will actually allow Dane to play or progress in his very caste-oriented system.

The Bears just signed FB Tyler Clutts from the Browns, and he will be the starter at that position when it is used.

The Bears never used former starting TE Greg Olsen correctly and now he is plying his trade in Carolina. Hatie Smiff has turned to Kellen Davis (black) as his TE of choice. The Bears acquired veteran Pittsburgh backup Matt Spaeth as their second TE. Backing him up is Rookie Kyle Adams from Purdue.

RT Gabe Carimi is the only White starter (and the only White player) on a perpetually bad offensive line. Hatie loves his sumos, don’t you know! Even the DWFs in Chicago know the line is bad, but Smiff refuses to upgrade with more Whites.

On special teams, Kicker Robbie Gould has been “goulden” for the Bears the last 6 seasons. Punter Brad Maynard was released by the Bears after a great career and has been replaced by Adam Podlesh. Veteran Long Snapper Patrick Mannelly has played in more Bear games than anyone in the history of the franchise and is the longest tenured Bear on the roster.


Former Seattle Seahawk DE Nick Reed landed a roster spot with a strong preseason and hopes to eventually see some playing time.

6 time Pro-Bowl MLB Brian Urlacher returns for his 12 season and will add to his prodigious tackle total. Rookie Dom DeCicco (6-4 230) from Pittsburgh will back-up Urlacher.

Safety Craig Steltz has been *almost* named a starter by coaches numerous times over the past few seasons. Despite this, he will occupy the second string behind Chris Harris. Another big surprise is that the Bears drafted former Cal DB Chris Conte in the 3[SUP]rd[/SUP] round. The tall and fast Conte played CB at Cal before switching to Safety (a more racially appropriate role). Conte is currently behind Major Wright at Free Safety on the depth chart.

Whites on the practice squad
RT Levi Horn 6-7 315 Second year player from Montana who played in 3 games last year.
RG Ricky Henry 6-4 310 Rookie from Nebraska
 
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The Bears signed FB Tyler Clutts from the Browns replacing Will Ta'ufo'ou. This means that now, the Bears, have more whites on the roster than the Packets (16 to 15), though the Packers start 9. I never thought that would happen, especially given there's only one white offensive lineman on the Bears. This is more the Pack getting darker than the Bears getting lighter, the Bears couldn't get much darker than they were last season.
 

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Thanks for the info, Andrew! I'll update the original post.
 

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The present Bears' offensive line is the worst I've ever seen, rivaled only by the consistently awful lines that "protected" David Carr in Houston. They are all obese sumos, and are so ineffective and unathletic that I think you could line up five random fat citizens and they'd do just as good a job. When you combine that line with the horrific group of WRs he has, it's astounding that Jay Cutler is able to produce as well as he does.

During the Monday Night game, even Gruden and Jaws expressed amazement at the awful offensive line, after they kept repeatedly getting false start penalities (the sumo special). At one point, Gruden actually said about shockingly bad TE Kellen Davis, who also kept committing penalties, "you might want to think about getting a new TE in there."

Yesterday, on the Mike and Mike show, they were showing Lovie Smith's insane reply to the question of whether he was concerned about Cutler taking too many hits. Lovie said, "He's a big boy, and this is football," or something absurd like that. Even the odious Greenie expressed mild outrage at this, stating, "I don't think that's the answer you want your coach to give" to such questions. Well, we know Lovie isn't about to get rid of the sumos, cut Roy Williams or admit Devin Hester is just a kick returner, and not an NFL WR.

It's all fun in today's wide world of sports....
 

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The present Bears' offensive line is the worst I've ever seen, rivaled only by the consistently awful lines that "protected" David Carr in Houston. They are all obese sumos, and are so ineffective and unathletic that I think you could line up five random fat citizens and they'd do just as good a job. When you combine that line with the horrific group of WRs he has, it's astounding that Jay Cutler is able to produce as well as he does.

During the Monday Night game, even Gruden and Jaws expressed amazement at the awful offensive line, after they kept repeatedly getting false start penalities (the sumo special). At one point, Gruden actually said about shockingly bad TE Kellen Davis, who also kept committing penalties, "you might want to think about getting a new TE in there."

Yesterday, on the Mike and Mike show, they were showing Lovie Smith's insane reply to the question of whether he was concerned about Cutler taking too many hits. Lovie said, "He's a big boy, and this is football," or something absurd like that. Even the odious Greenie expressed mild outrage at this, stating, "I don't think that's the answer you want your coach to give" to such questions. Well, we know Lovie isn't about to get rid of the sumos, cut Roy Williams or admit Devin Hester is just a kick returner, and not an NFL WR.

It's all fun in today's wide world of sports....

That is a pretty preposterous response.

In addition to David Carr suffering through bad offensive line play, I remember one year Patrick Ramsey took a terrible beating with the Washington Redskins. To this day, I worry about the long term effects he may encounter. Let’s hope Cutler is not in a wheelchair by the end of the season.
 

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Fascinating note from Greg Rosenthal's Weenieworld, which is usually very anti-white

Dane Sanzenbacher - WR - Bears Dane Sanzenbacher caught just one pass in Sunday's Week 6 blowout win, a 13-yard touchdown strike from Jay Cutler in very tight coverage.

Not only was the window tight, but the ball came in very hot and Sanzenbacher made a nice catch. There are plenty of people around the Bears who love his skills and think it is a travesty that he was undrafted this past April. Unfortunately none of them coach the Bears, who are reportedly in love with Earl Bennett. Bennett (chest) resumed practicing this week and could have his job back as soon as next week.

This jives with what I've been noting at this site for 2 years. Bears GM Jerry Angelo seems to be reasonably fair to white athletes -- note all the white DB's he's drafted in Chicago and Tampa --, but the 'proud black man' Hatie Smiff, who happens to have a white wife, will eventually figure out a way to make them 'irrelevant' and eventually end their careers -- Hass, Forsey, Olsen, Stelz, Todd Johnson, Dave Ball....list could go on and on. My guess is Conte is next, unless he's 'lights out' right off the bat!
 

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I think if Hatie Smith could get fired, that might lead to a white turnaround in Chicago pretty quickly, in view of Angelo's relative fairness to whites. It doesn't take too long for an O-line to turn around (witness Buffalo, Atlanta, Philadelphia and Dallas) and get much whiter in a hurry, and this combined with guys like Sanzenbacher, Conte, Steltz, Spaeth, Urlacher, Cutler, would make for a possible 7-9 white starter type team.
 

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Ref, I agree 100%, but unless Hatie gets hit by bus tommorow, he's not leaving, as the owners adore him and he's one of the highest paid coaches in the league. Plus he got a 2 year extension prior to the season.

My guess is if the Bears had to 'make a change', it would be Angelo being fired first -- as he's already taking a lot of heat from the DWF's and the Caste media for his draft picks. Gotta feel bad for this guy, any white he picks, is basically a 'wasted picked', because Hatie will eventually racially cleanse them from his roster...And when he 'reaches' for a black player in round one (ala Chris Williams and other sumos), to placate Hatie, he usually misses.
 

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Bears actually add a second white offensive lineman, Ricky Henry, to the roster, promoting him from the practice squad.
 

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Bears put Carimi, who is expected to be their longterm tackle, on IR, but promote white O-lineman Levi Horn to replace him.
 
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