2015 NFL Week 14

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I'll start it off with this hate-filled gem from Rotoworld. One can only imagine how pleased the little anti-White drone was with himself after writing it:

Jaguars MLB Paul Posluszny (hand) has been ruled out for Week 14 against the Colts. Jordan Tripp will likely get the start at MIKE. Truthfully, Posluszny might be an addition by subtraction. He's been one of the worst inside linebackers in the league the past couple years. "Poz" is bereft of playmaking ability and is pretty much a gang tackler. He tackles what he sees. The biggest loss will be his leadership and role as the on-field play-caller.
 

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He tackles what he sees? What does that even mean? Is he supposed to tackle what he doesn't see? How can one tackle something that they don't see? Maybe they expect him to be like so many affletic defenders and tackle air?
 

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I was glad to see Palmer lead the Cardinals to a victory - his late career Renaissance has been great to see and he should garner serious MVP consideration. He is also doing it playing in a vertical attacking offense as opposed to the black quarterback friendly offenses full of short passes and screens.
 

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Don Wassall said:
I'll start it off with this hate-filled gem from Rotoworld. One can only imagine how pleased the little anti-White drone was with himself after writing it:

Jaguars MLB Paul Posluszny (hand) has been ruled out for Week 14 against the Colts. Jordan Tripp will likely get the start at MIKE. Truthfully, Posluszny might be an addition by subtraction. He's been one of the worst inside linebackers in the league the past couple years. "Poz" is bereft of playmaking ability and is pretty much a gang tackler. He tackles what he sees. The biggest loss will be his leadership and role as the on-field play-caller.



Huh? He has 104 tackles (82% of which are solos), 2 INTs, and 4 PDs. It's true that Paul isn't the superstar he once was, but he's still the best player on an always-putrid Jacksonville defense. The Jags have the 26th ranked pass defense...so perhaps it's their all-black secondary might be "bereft of play-making ability?" If a white defensive starter doesn’t play like JJ Watt, they are fair game for criticism no matter how productive they are and how comparably-bad their black teammates are.

As for Cardinals-Vikings last night, I didn't see the game, but I noticed that Rudolph, Ellison, Line, and Thielen accounted for around half of receiving yards. Ellison had a 41-yard catch and Line had a 24-yard catch. Pretty good.
 

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Carson Palmer was headed toward a Hall of Fame career until Kimo von Oelhoffen wrecked his knee in the beginning of the Cincy-Pitt playoff game in '05. Palmer had started the game off with a 60 yard completion and was hit right after that. There was a lot of talk about von Oelhoffen's hit being dirty and deliberate, but we'll never know if it was intentional or not.

Palmer eventually retired rather than stay any longer in the dysfunctional Bengals organization, then ended up being traded to the equally dysfunctional Raiders. It's great to see his late-career resurgence as he's one of the best pure passers of the past generation.
 

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Carson Palmer was headed toward a Hall of Fame career until Kimo von Oelhoffen wrecked his knee in the beginning of the Cincy-Pitt playoff game in '05. Palmer had started the game off with a 60 yard completion and was hit right after that. There was a lot of talk about von Oelhoffen's hit being dirty and deliberate, but we'll never know if it was intentional or not.

Palmer eventually retired rather than stay any longer in the dysfunctional Bengals organization, then ended up being traded to the equally dysfunctional Raiders. It's great to see his late-career resurgence as he's one of the best pure passers of the past generation.

I remember that hit - it was in the last days of me being a Steelers dwf - I discovered this site soon thereafter.

Palmer's career has been interesting to watch. I think a few more really solid years and hopefully a Super Bowl victory should get him hall of fame enshrinement.
 

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Huh? He has 104 tackles (82% of which are solos), 2 INTs, and 4 PDs. It's true that Paul isn't the superstar he once was, but he's still the best player on an always-putrid Jacksonville defense. The Jags have the 26th ranked pass defense...so perhaps it's their all-black secondary might be "bereft of play-making ability?" If a white defensive starter doesn’t play like JJ Watt, they are fair game for criticism no matter how productive they are and how comparably-bad their black teammates are.

As for Cardinals-Vikings last night, I didn't see the game, but I noticed that Rudolph, Ellison, Line, and Thielen accounted for around half of receiving yards. Ellison had a 41-yard catch and Line had a 24-yard catch. Pretty good.

Weenieworld and other Caste media outlets have always hated Posluszny. He's actually not just a great linebacker but a great athlete, because he has the physical ability and mental acumen to quickly diagnose plays and get himself in position to make the tackle. If he intercepted 15 balls each season and returned 10 of them for TDs, the Caste hive mind would still spew crap about him.
 

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Julian Edelman returned to practice today. Gronk has practiced this week as well. But neither is likely to play Sunday, at least as of now.
 

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Vintage Weenieworld.


Carson Palmer making a strong run for MVP with his consistent play. It looks like he has been having the best years of his career over in Arizona.
Also barely mentioned was how Teddy Sewerwater fumbled the ball in crunch time because he did not get rid of the ball fast enough. He has looked like nothing more than a game manager. Who said Sewerwater was the best qb of the 2014 draft class? So far Carr and Bortles have done better in their careers.
 

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Huh? He has 104 tackles (82% of which are solos), 2 INTs, and 4 PDs. It's true that Paul isn't the superstar he once was, but he's still the best player on an always-putrid Jacksonville defense. The Jags have the 26th ranked pass defense...so perhaps it's their all-black secondary might be "bereft of play-making ability?" If a white defensive starter doesn’t play like JJ Watt, they are fair game for criticism no matter how productive they are and how comparably-bad their black teammates are.

As for Cardinals-Vikings last night, I didn't see the game, but I noticed that Rudolph, Ellison, Line, and Thielen accounted for around half of receiving yards. Ellison had a 41-yard catch and Line had a 24-yard catch. Pretty good.

Poz is also 10 tackles away from 1000 tackles in his career. 12 sacks and 13 interceptions. Not too shabby. The hate is unreal for guys like Posluzny and AJ Hawk who have put together productive careers despite what the media portrays. On a positive I hope for a good showing by Jordan Tripp!
 

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As Don alluded to, Edelman and Gronk are both back at practice. Awesome news, considering both guys could've easily been lost for the season...

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I could see Gronk missing one more game and Edelman two more games.
 

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Exactly bring them back when it matters.
 

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Here's a table comparing 2 sophomore QBs, player 1 is most certainly outplaying player 2 but the media never talks about such little facts.
Player 1Player 2
ATTs471383
CMPs271250
YDs3274
2733
TDs279
INTs138
R. YDs244161
R. TDs.02
FUM L.23
 

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I'll start it off with this hate-filled gem from Rotoworld. One can only imagine how pleased the little anti-White drone was with himself after writing it:

Jaguars MLB Paul Posluszny (hand) has been ruled out for Week 14 against the Colts. Jordan Tripp will likely get the start at MIKE. Truthfully, Posluszny might be an addition by subtraction. He's been one of the worst inside linebackers in the league the past couple years. "Poz" is bereft of playmaking ability and is pretty much a gang tackler. He tackles what he sees. The biggest loss will be his leadership and role as the on-field play-caller.

Really? One of the worst inside linebackers? Poz has clearly, clearly been the best player on the Jaguar defense for pretty much the entire time he's been there. To be that productive, considering the lack of talent around him, he should be one of the more highly regarded LBs in the league. It's almost scary to think what he could do if he were playing behind a halfway respectable line. Anyway he just signed an extension, so obviously the Jags have no intention of letting Poz get away, so this little twit can write whatever he wants. In the twit's defense though, I'm sure he was ordered to infuse a little hate to his article, even if it means lying.
 

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Let's hope Philly pummels Buffalo this week.

Just came across the article about the childish, racist Lesean McCoy hanging up on Chip Kelly. While I don't agree with Kelly trying to contact McCoy to smooth things over the obvious buffoonery and racism that twirls around that spoiled, entitled POS McCoy is amazing. Can you imagine the outcry if Peyton Manning hung up on Tony Dungy? Hell, Connor Cook is under fire for a supposed snub of Archie Griffin but no McCoy can do as he pleases and it won't be more than a minor story and will result in minimal negative attention for McCoy.

http://mobile.philly.com/beta?wss=/philly/sports/eagles&id=361627421
 

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Matt Schaub is injured, so Jimmy Clausen will be starting for the Ravens today against Seattle
 

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From a wire report:

Good news for New England. ESPN's Adam Schefter is reporting that TE Rob Gronkowski is expected to play tonight. How much he plays will likely be determined by how he feels and also by game flow. Scott Chandler is also expected to play.
 

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From a wire report:

Good news for New England. ESPN's Adam Schefter is reporting that TE Rob Gronkowski is expected to play tonight. How much he plays will likely be determined by how he feels and also by game flow. Scott Chandler is also expected to play.

Great news Don. After back to back losses we need to get the Pats back on a winning streak heading into the playoffs in around a month. This is the home stretch. Time to get these boys back in action. Hope Gronk can make an impact tonight. I'm just as excited to see Edelman return in another week or two.
 

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Watching the 49ers-Browns game. Both Gabbert and Manziel look good.

Gabbert looks pretty good. Had a perfect pass on a an out route that was dropped by the WR.
 

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Hartline with over 100 yards receiving but left with a shoulder injury.

Manziel looks pretty good. He needs to finish the season strong.
 
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