2013 NFL Week 13

Don Wassall

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Both of his parents, and all four of his grandparents are black.

Whether they are or aren't, there's no need to repeatedly refer to Wilson as an "oreo."

Wilson is a good quarterback, what's the point of pretending otherwise? Let's remember that the idea here is to support White athletes, not constantly denigrate black ones.
 

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If anything Russell Wilson is going to be helping Manziel's cause as Johnny football is a superior player who will face the same questions Wilson did.
 

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I don't get that either. I believe the reason given was "the qb had already taken off." never seen a hold erased for that reason.

Similar call to the one at the end of the Patriots-Panthers game, and IIRC, the Panthers got the same exact call again yesterday.
 

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Suprisingly Tirico just made a pitch for Johnny Manziel bec of Russell Wilson (5'11") & Drew Brees 6'-0) & Gruden totally agreed....

Saints O-Line average at best...Brees made em' appear better than they really are; just not tonight....Gerhart would have been perfect for the Saints! Ingram is a laughing-stock locally...


Drug test the Legion of Boom after the game for Adderall..esp Earl Thomas...if he's jack'd up naturally...I have mountain property to sell you in Florida!
 

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its not adderall, when they fail they don't have to reveal to the public what exactly they fail for, they just claim adderall. The only reason why people said steroids for Merrimam is someone came out and leaked that it was failed because of something steroid related. The Cushing thing with hcg was iffy.

Now i am not naive enough to think players aren't juicing, some are obviously juicing more than others. One thing to do a cycle in the offseason and maybe once throughout the year but these guys look they never take a break, what is it, 8 players suspended for failing drug tests in a few years? some type of investigation should be going into that.

and its not just the dline and linebackers which is the most typical, its the dbs that are so hyped up. They have a 240 pound safety. Their corners are like 6'3, 6'4 and 220+ pounds. Earl Thomas looks to have bulked up from the 208 he was listed at coming out. Easy to just rush four and play man coverage with physical cornerback play.

I think Denver would match up well with the Seahawks, Decker is pretty physical and can outmuscle their dbs. I think Nelson and Cooper could as well, but Id say Decker is the most physical out of the group. Gronkowski would do well against their dbs and linebackers, unlike Graham who struggled tonight.
 
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friend of mine and I usually go to a local dive and watch MNF if we like the matchups. I thought the Saints would give Seattle a better run for it.

He postulated a Carolina/Seattle NFC playoff. I thought I would go screaming into the night.

I will not watch the SB if one of these two teams are in it.
 

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As much as I hate New Olreans and their chocolate team, the Saints MUST beat Carolina this Sunday. If that hippo-eared dolphin-headed turd sandwich sCam Newton gets the win, I'm gonna go postal.

I live in Panther country and get stuck watching most of their games and lemme tell you, Fig Newton is the most self-centered, selfish punk ass to ever play the QB position. He acts like he's just cured cancer after every positive yardage run! He takes EVERY touchdown ball and hands it to a fan so he can get as much camera time as possible. I almost wish there was no Luke Kuechly!
 

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I think Denver would match up well with the Seahawks, Decker is pretty physical and can outmuscle their dbs. I think Nelson and Cooper could as well, but Id say Decker is the most physical out of the group. Gronkowski would do well against their dbs and linebackers, unlike Graham who struggled tonight.

I have disagree with you on this. I think Seattle would be a terrible match-up for Denver. They have the personnel on defense that can disrupt a Manning-led attack, which relies on minimal pressure on Manning so he can deliver those perfect passes to his receivers, who must run precise routes. When it's working, there's nothing better in all of football. But bump coverage by DBs can mess up the timing of those routes, and I think Seattle's pass rush can easily harass the Broncos suspect O-line and Manning. Similar story with NE.

On offense, Seattle can dominate the pathetic Broncos (and NE) defense. Success by the Blackhawks would be a huge victory for the caste system, so we must hope either SF or CAR can beat this team in the playoffs. Sounds crazy, but looking at the big picture, I like NE or DEN's chances against any of the other NFC teams in the SB.
 

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The Panthers are a lesser evil than the Seahawks for a few different reasons. First, sCam Newton's behavior is ghetto enough that some white fans have reservations about cheering for him, while Russell Wilson is seen, rightly or wrongly, as "magical." Second, Carolina has a well-respected defense with prominent white players. And finally, Seattle is the world capital of white liberal douchebaggery. If the Blackhawks win the Super Bowl we'll be suffering through their smug, obnoxious self-righteousness for months.
 

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I have disagree with you on this. I think Seattle would be a terrible match-up for Denver. They have the personnel on defense that can disrupt a Manning-led attack, which relies on minimal pressure on Manning so he can deliver those perfect passes to his receivers, who must run precise routes. When it's working, there's nothing better in all of football. But bump coverage by DBs can mess up the timing of those routes, and I think Seattle's pass rush can easily harass the Broncos suspect O-line and Manning. Similar story with NE.

I've always thought that Welker was the solution to defense like that. Short quick passes that don't give the d-line time to pressure the QB and a mismatch with his speed. Unfortunately Brady doesn't have him anymore and Manning doesn't use him like that. So, yeah, not looking too good for either against that type of defense. And hopefully it won't be wet and rainy in NY for the SB.
 

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I've always thought that Welker was the solution to defense like that. Short quick passes that don't give the d-line time to pressure the QB and a mismatch with his speed.

BINGO!! If the Broncos want to they can beat anybody, and put up 60 points a game. They simply need to target Welker an unreasonable amount of times. Force the other team to focus on him, and watch Decker, and Thomas get wide open because of that. A lightning quick slot reviver is the hardest thing in football for a defense to contain.
 

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In all honesty im not surprised the saints receivers struggled. Outside of graham and colston brees does not get consistent production. Even colstons play has dropped off. Seattles secondary is good but they will struggle vs denver.Manning has too many weapons for seattles secondary to cover. Manning will pick them apart. Dont worry about seattle in the end. Russell wilson and their defense will choke in the playoffs.
 

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Glad I missed this odious contest. I'm going to take a wild guess, though, that magical 5'10 Russell Wilson continued to somehow avoid getting any of his passes batted down. I actually know a few non-CF type fans who question this. After all, we see 6'6 QBs have their passes batted down regularly. How can we explain this?

Plantation Pete's Seahawks look to be an almost certainty for the Super Bowl, since they now never lose at home. I don't think there has been a less likable team in the history of football.
 

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Foobar75 said:
I have disagree with you on this. I think Seattle would be a terrible match-up for Denver. They have the personnel on defense that can disrupt a Manning-led attack, which relies on minimal pressure on Manning so he can deliver those perfect passes to his receivers, who must run precise routes. When it's working, there's nothing better in all of football. But bump coverage by DBs can mess up the timing of those routes, and I think Seattle's pass rush can easily harass the Broncos suspect O-line and Manning. Similar story with NE.

Jaxvid said:
I've always thought that Welker was the solution to defense like that. Short quick passes that don't give the d-line time to pressure the QB and a mismatch with his speed. Unfortunately Brady doesn't have him anymore and Manning doesn't use him like that. So, yeah, not looking too good for either against that type of defense. And hopefully it won't be wet and rainy in NY for the SB.

Over the past two seasons, the closest that this revolting, drugged-up Seattle squad has come to losing at CenturyLink Field (which, as Foobar75 mentioned, is essentially “DWF Valhalla”) was last October against New England. With only seconds remaining, Wilson threw a 46-yard TD to Sindey Rice to win the game. Plantation Pete’s troops rallied back from a 14 point 4[SUP]th[/SUP] quarter deficit to win 24-23. On that day, against the league’s best secondary (PED’s aside), Brady threw for 395 yards, but his 2 interceptions were the difference. Welker had 10 catches, 138 yards and a TD. Gronk had a mediocre outing. Woodhead and the other RB couldn’t do much in the running game. Therefore, there’s no reason to believe that New England (or Denver) couldn’t beat Seattle, even with Russell Wilson (who seems to have a skillset similar to Donovan McNabb) and their needle-pricked defense unfortunately playing so well.

Seattle has the 49ers, Giants, Cardinals, and Rams remaining…so let’s hope for the very worst during this stretch of games. They always seem to have major problems beating the Rams. If I were preparing for Wigger Pete’s detestable crew-o-cheaters, I’d study all of their recent games against St. Louis as a guide to defeating them. It’s interesting that Seattle actually starts more whites (5) than Denver and several other teams that we all despise far less than “Parasite Pete’s Pacific Plantation.” I suppose it’s because Carroll himself is such an abominable bastard (dating back to his days of fielding all-black NFL teams and cheating at USC), Russell Wilson’s proclivity for “showing off” his physically-unappealing Mudshark during every public appearance, their substance-abusing defense which has seen nine different players (it could be more?) serve suspensions. Also, as FB75 mentioned, their racially-truncated DWF’s certainly rival those of “Steeler Nation” and the “J-E-T-S.” Some random images from last night’s Negrophillic euphoria…

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Jimmy Graham looked incredibly soft against the Seahawks - couldn't make a tough catch or hold onto the ball when he's hit. Any comparison to Gronkowski is laughable.
 

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Jimmy Graham looked incredibly soft against the Seahawks - couldn't make a tough catch or hold onto the ball when he's hit. Any comparison to Gronkowski is laughable.
As has been noted here at CF before, Graham is more a big wideout than a TE. I'm not sure he's even capable of blocking, but you'd have to ask dwid about that.

It looked to me like the Seahawks noted how the Patriots used Aqib Talib to shut Graham down in an earlier game, and defended him similarly. With Graham out of the picture, it's a lot tougher for Brees as his running game is putrid and the other wideouts are not very good. But I'm sure that there are no crackers out there (Conner Vernon, anyone?) that are any better. (sarcasm)
 

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"It’s interesting that Seattle actually starts more whites (5) than Denver" Well, the Broncos start 5 without injuries. But your point is valid. I'd give an edge to the Broncos who have a white QB and WRs - and some white backups as well. May both teams have nothing but bad luck in the playoffs. New England v. Philly is the only SB worth watching.
 

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"It’s interesting that Seattle actually starts more whites (5) than Denver" Well, the Broncos start 5 without injuries. But your point is valid. I'd give an edge to the Broncos who have a white QB and WRs - and some white backups as well. May both teams have nothing but bad luck in the playoffs. New England v. Philly is the only SB worth watching.

The Broncos have a white star QB plus 3 white starters in "castebuster" positions (2 WR, 1 defense). That's something I can respect and it's a lot better than what Seattle can give us.
 

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Actually, it looks like the Broncos may have added one more white starter. D-lineman Mitch Unrein may have taken over the starter spot due to injury. Looks like he started the KC game and was in on many snaps but I'm not sure how many. He is one of those rotational linemen, but is now listed as official starter on ourlads and yahoo depth charts.
 

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This is the Seahawks one chance to win the Super Bowl. Next year they're hitting cap hell.
 
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