2013 NFL Week 13

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Ravens with 4 white starters on offense and Steelers with 3 on offense.

Both defenses are all black.
 
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Both coal on defense though. On the positive side I see Dallas starts 7 whites. Ravens should start a white tight end.
 

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[Keisel is playing and did start but was not in the opening introductions.

So the white man was left out. One might think it a coincidence but when it's always the white man it's clear that things such as this are usually intentional.
 

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Stokley makes a first down catch and Crissie immediately invokes Wes Welker before saying receivers who can move the chains are always valuable. Why not just say receivers who can move the chains are valuable??? Why mention Wes Welker? Because it's part of the media CM sickness (ritual) that when a White receiver does something a White icon at receiver must be mentioned. So strange, so bizarre.

P.S. I can't believe I'm listening to Crissie and Uncle Al so soon after enduring four hours of them Sunday night.
 

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Jarvis Jones, the Crawfords' first round pick this year, has been a bust so far, but that doesn't stop Crissie from calling him "one of the best young players in the league this year." What a total tool, Jon Gruden's soul(less) brother when it comes to puffing up undeserving affletes.
 

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Jarvis Jones, the Crawfords' first round pick this year, has been a bust so far, but that doesn't stop Crissie from calling him "one of the best young players in the league this year." What a total tool, Jon Gruden's soul(less) brother when it comes to puffing up undeserving affletes.

He also raved about how athletic Jones was. Jones did very poorly in the pre-draft athletic tests. He ran a 4.9 40 for example. A white player wouldn't have been drafted with Jones's Combine numbers.
 
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I like Matt McGloin, but I hate seeing him with the Raiders, one of the worst Caste teams. He played well today - Romo just outperformed him. McGloin is good enough to be a starting QB and it's kind of sad that he only got the chance to play because the Raiders' black quarterback got injured.

The Raiders are Caste through and through - not just the roster, but also the fans. Here in S. Cali to be a Raiders fan you must be a Latino gangbanger, a ghetto black, or a pathetic white thug-wannabe. The blinged-out pickup covered with Raiders logos and complemented by a tattooed arm pointing out the window with middle finger extended at other drivers (we've all seen it) is NFL fandom sunk to its lowest common denominator. Not a Cowboys fan, but damn glad to see them win. Would love to see McGloin leave the Raiders and become the starting QB for a team that respects him.

Not watching Steelers - Ravens...too dark for me.
 

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Terrell Suggs now being highlighted even though he didn't have a single tackle or assisted tackle through the first 38 minutes of the game.
 
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Steelers vs. Ravens is just bad football, all the way around. Michael Oher is awful. He's not even protecting the "Blind Side" anymore, and he's not competent at right tackle either. This is some of the worst offensive tackle play I've seen in a long time, and I mean all four of them. I can't watch it.
 

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The waddling, semi-obese Troy Polamalu finally makes a tackle and Crissie instantly goes into full worship mode. Like Ed Reed, Polamalu in his NFL dotage remains one of the most over-rated players ever.
 

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Steelers vs. Ravens is just bad football, all the way around. Michael Oher is awful. He's not even protecting the "Blind Side" anymore, and he's not competent at right tackle either. This is some of the worst offensive tackle play I've seen in a long time, and I mean all four of them. I can't watch it.
Speak of the devil! A false start penalty on Oher.
 

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Uncle Al just said Dan Dierdorf is retiring from broadcasting. Far and away the best NFL news I've heard for quite some time! Good riddance Dingleberrydorf, an NFL Hall of Famer as well as a Caste System Hall of Famer.
 

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Uncle Al just said Dan Dierdorf is retiring from broadcasting. Far and away the best NFL news I've heard for quite some time! Good riddance Dingleberrydorf, an NFL Hall of Famer as well as a Caste System Hall of Famer.

Just logged on to spread the good news. It's not immediate though, he'll finish the season. I guess if CBS have some playoff games he and and his sidekick Gumbel will get at least one of those.
 

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The most Tomlin has done for his team during a game as a coach which would explain why he actually has more than a blank expression on his face during a game.


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The most Tomlin has done for his team during a game as a coach


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I can't view that image.

Edit: Just saw the image of him trying to trip Jacoby Jones, useless **** needs to be fired for that. Even DWFs are starting to wise up to the fact that he inherited a good team.
 

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No TD if the helmet comes off before crossing the plane? What the hell kind of rule is that?

I mean, I hope they don't score, but the guy who instituted that rule deserves a beating.
 

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I can't view that image.

can't view the other two either?
its Jacoby Jones returning the ball running down the sideline, Tomlin turned with his back to action (which doesn't make any sense, but hes obviously watching it on the big screen) with half of his body on the field, which would make Jones have to alter his direction, making him more likely to be tackled, instead of running straight down the sideline. Interference by a coach, Im guessing the most he knows how to do.
 

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Which announcer said it was a "good thing" the Steelers didn't get a TD on the Heath Miller reception? What a dope.
 

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And for this Coal Bowl, all-time great defensive players Troy Polamalu and Terrell Suggs finish with 2 tackles (1 solo and 1 assisted) and 1 tackle respectively. Any White defensive "scrub" would outdo that in about 10 minutes of playing time at most.
 

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The helmet rule is problematic. Essentially what it means is that the moment a player's helmet comes off, the play is over. And normally I support that rule. But I think they should add an exception for when the play results in a touchdown. It wasn't really fair in that situation. That negro got a concussion getting his team a touchdown and his helmet comes off through no fault of his own and they take his touchdown away? I don't like that. The sacrifice is worthless. I don't normalize sympathize with black players but that rule needs to be altered a little for situations such as the one that happened tonight.

Did anyone see the play earlier tonight where Jeff Heath was about to get an interception and his black teammate tried to get in there and get it too and thus no interception was made? I'm not actually mad at the black player, I think it's kinda drilled into them to go mindlessly after the ball at all costs no matter what. Still I was disappointed because I wanted Heath to have that interception to add to his stats. Other than that overall I felt Heath had a good day. After those articles a few weeks back bashing Heath he now has a soft spot in my heart.
 

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Just logged on to spread the good news. It's not immediate though, he'll finish the season. I guess if CBS have some playoff games he and and his sidekick Gumbel will get at least one of those.

I heard about Dierdorf's self-imposed lame duck status maybe a week ago. I never believed he wouldn't finish out the season.

John
 

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Here in S. Cali to be a Raiders fan you must be a Latino gangbanger, a ghetto black, or a pathetic white thug-wannabe. The blinged-out pickup covered with Raiders logos and complemented by a tattooed arm pointing out the window with middle finger extended at other drivers (we've all seen it) is NFL fandom sunk to its lowest common denominator.
lol! One of the reasons I liked living in HB (a block from the beach) is that I didn't get to see as many of these. It wasn't on the way to Signal Hill or Compton, and the vatos from Anaheim or Santa Ana didn't go that way unless it was to cause trouble. You forgot to mention the Raiduh Asians from Garbage Grove. They were way funny.
 
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