2021 NFL week 4

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When people talk about "the future of the position" they should be talking about them and other young bucks like them, but we know what they usually mean...

Exactly. I think the crop of White QB's playing now is pretty darn good. Nothing leads me to believe that the genetic pipeline will dry up. Unless emergency vaccines mutilate us. o_O
 

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Exactly. I think the crop of White QB's playing now is pretty darn good. Nothing leads me to believe that the genetic pipeline will dry up. Unless emergency vaccines mutilate us. o_O
Haha! And yes, good points Quiet Speed! I totally agree.
 

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Exactly. I think the crop of White QB's playing now is pretty darn good. Nothing leads me to believe that the genetic pipeline will dry up. Unless emergency vaccines mutilate us. o_O

Burrow and Lawrence put on a quite a show, especially since Lawrence is a rookie and Burrow missed part of his rookie season. Which is why we need to relax, focus on cheering on the many great White quarterbacks that are still in the league, and stop obsessing over Black QBs.
 

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Burrow and Lawrence put on a quite a show, especially since Lawrence is a rookie and Burrow missed part of his rookie season. Which is why we need to relax, focus on cheering on the many great White quarterbacks that are still in the league, and stop obsessing over Black QBs.

the last point is an especially good one, but it doesn’t come easily. it is human nature (meaning actually wired into our genetic code) to focus on the negative rather than the positive, so it requires us to be intentional about our mindset.

intentionally focusing our perspective requires strength of mind and discipline, both worthy attributes to pursue. let us never relinquish ourselves to the enemy, not even on such a relatively minor thing as giving too much attention to a black quarterback.
 

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Good marquee matchups this week. Thursday Night Football had Burrow vs. Lawrence, Monday Night Football will have Justin Herbert vs. Derek Carr, and Sunday Night Football will have Tom Brady vs. The Genius.
 

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Don't forget the Crawfords vs Packers, too bad the Crawfords can't get them a Slash at QB. For cringe that era of the Steelers might has been tagged as the Bath House Era. It was so bad when I saw the Steelers on TV I would hurriedly turn the channel, and I am not the usual shriek at the homos conservative since they generally produce for public consumption as a totally sad group of losers which take a trillion dollars a year worth of propaganda to fool the rubes and people who act like teen aged girls, just sad.

Then they got a real QB the vastly under rated Big Ben.
 

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Burrow and Lawrence put on a quite a show, especially since Lawrence is a rookie and Burrow missed part of his rookie season. Which is why we need to relax, focus on cheering on the many great White quarterbacks that are still in the league, and stop obsessing over Black QBs.

the last point is an especially good one, but it doesn’t come easily. it is human nature (meaning actually wired into our genetic code) to focus on the negative rather than the positive, so it requires us to be intentional about our mindset.

intentionally focusing our perspective requires strength of mind and discipline, both worthy attributes to pursue. let us never relinquish ourselves to the enemy, not even on such a relatively minor thing as giving too much attention to a black quarterback.

Yes and No. We should certainly pay attention to and hold black quarterbacks up to much higher standards than the average fan, dwf, black racist fans and media do. They do this to our guys at every other position. I have tried to temper the amount of criticism for black quarterbacks this year but still think it is fair to point bad plays or performances by black quarterbacks - the same way we track black busts, the fake injuries, the lack of fundamentals black players often put on display. I still think that Jameis Winston INT from week 2 was one of the funniest things I have seen in awhile - it's up there with Aaron Brooks backwards throw.

It is encouraging to see alot of young White QBs performing well though and in that regard I will always stay positive. The game on Thursday night was great to watch - two QBs on the rise and playing well on the field.
 

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One individual bad game or bad play doesn't mean anything, period. White quarterbacks make plenty of mistakes and have plenty of bad games. Celebrating with glee at Fields' bad first game and proclaiming him a bust is no different than the DWFs who instantly proclaim highly drafted White quarterbacks busts, as they are already doing this year with Zach Wilson. I wish you could see that.

If we're ever to have the impact we want to have, we can't do it by being the mirror reverse of Black supremacist sites. It discredits us, and rightly so. We do it by presenting evidence when possible and appealing to fairness and equal opportunity. Show how good White athletes are and can be if treated fairly, not by calling Black athletes names and noting their every bad play or bad game.
 

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One individual bad game or bad play doesn't mean anything, period. White quarterbacks make plenty of mistakes and have plenty of bad games. Celebrating with glee at Fields' bad first game and proclaiming him a bust is no different than the DWFs who instantly proclaim highly drafted White quarterbacks busts, as they are already doing this year with Zach Wilson. I wish you could see that.

If we're ever to have the impact we want to have, we can't do it by being the mirror reverse of Black supremacist sites. It discredits us, and rightly so. We do it by presenting evidence when possible and appealing to fairness and equal opportunity. Show how good White athletes are and can be if treated fairly, not by calling Black athletes names and noting their every bad play or bad game.

I think most here agree but it's easier said than done Don. The 24/7 Cultural Marxism of sports, news, hollyweird, the schools and the govt. make it very hard to not want to
root against them the way that they do to us. We all here know the discrimination against whites in all aspects of society is at an all time high. You can understand why many
feel like fighting fire with fire. I'm not saying it's right but I can understand anyone doing it. I have a hard time not doing it alot myself. I do agree though that the acheivments
of our athletes outweigh the cutting down & making fun of their chosen athletes.

Cooper Kupp in the leading receiver in the NFL. According to them that is not possible as we are not even athletic enough to play most positions. They are absolute clowns!
 

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Blacks benefit from the Caste System, but they are not the cause or enablers of it. And they don't all root against us. Jason Whitlock for example has a lot more wisdom than just about any White people I know.

Are blacks behind cultural communism, the fake news, Hollyweird, the schools and government? There's where we need to aim our fire and enlighten people. Playing "tit for tat" identity politics only helps the 1% at the top who control things. If they get their way with their totalitarian agenda just about everyone is going to be on the short end no matter their race.

I'm not saying don't criticize blacks or take some pleasure when they fail when we know lots of Whites didn't have the opportunity to succeed. I've done it myself plenty of times and probably will tomorrow. But if for example David Sills never gets a chance to play, I blame (((White))) owners, White recruiters, White coaches, White media hacks, etc., not the random Black receiver who is in the game instead of Sills. Criticism and mockery of Blacks is certainly fair play but it's about doing it in the right way and in the right amount without changing the purpose of CF, which is to root for White athletes. I'm just not interested in reading a thread that's supposed to be about sharing how our players are doing and instead finding post after post about Black QBs, who I'm not particularly interested in. I'd much rather read about how Joe Burrow is doing instead of which Black QB just threw an interception. Remember, keep posts productive!
 
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Blacks benefit from the Caste System, but they are not the cause or enablers of it. And they don't all root against us. Jason Whitlock for example has a lot more wisdom than just about any White people I know.

Are blacks behind cultural communism, the fake news, Hollyweird, the schools and government? There's where we need to aim our fire and enlighten people. Playing "tit for tat" identity politics only helps the 1% at the top who control things. If they get their way with their totalitarian agenda just about everyone is going to be on the short end no matter their race.

I'm not saying don't criticize blacks or take some pleasure when they fail when we know lots of Whites didn't have the opportunity to succeed. I've done it myself plenty of times and probably will tomorrow. But if for example David Sills never gets a chance to play, I blame (((White))) owners, White recruiters, White coaches, White media hacks, etc., not the random Black receiver who is in the game instead of Sills. Criticism and mockery of Blacks is certainly fair play but it's about doing it in the right way and in the right amount without changing the purpose of CF, which is to root for White athletes. I'm just not interested in reading a thread that's supposed to be about sharing how our players are doing and instead finding post after post about Black QBs, who I'm not particularly interested in. I'd much rather read about how Joe Burrow is doing instead of which Black QB just threw an interception. Remember, keep posts productive!

Thanks. I couldn't agree more. A couple of years ago I started a thread celebrating the 60th anniversary of Ingemar Johanssen knocking out Floyd Patterson to win the Heavyweight Championship in 1959. Whereupon somebody made repeated posts claiming Henry Cooper "beat" Cassius Clay and was "cheated" out of the win. There are plenty of subjects for productive posts.
 

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As a newbie poster and somewhat long-time lurker, I appreciate what you've done in creating this site, Don. I agree that our prime focus should be to keep things productive and focus on the positive about white athletes. I understand people's frustration with the way the world is going and I myself have had to bite my tongue and not post some of the more negative things I've wanted to vent.

One thing I have to respectfully disagree with is the use of funny/"cute" nicknames. Humor has always been one of the most powerful weapons of the underdog, and we are definitely the underdogs. As long as it's kept in proportion and the main focus is on being pro-white rather than anti-this or anti-that, I don't see an issue with the nicknames.

:afro:
 

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As a newbie poster and somewhat long-time lurker, I appreciate what you've done in creating this site, Don. I agree that our prime focus should be to keep things productive and focus on the positive about white athletes. I understand people's frustration with the way the world is going and I myself have had to bite my tongue and not post some of the more negative things I've wanted to vent.

One thing I have to respectfully disagree with is the use of funny/"cute" nicknames. Humor has always been one of the most powerful weapons of the underdog, and we are definitely the underdogs. As long as it's kept in proportion and the main focus is on being pro-white rather than anti-this or anti-that, I don't see an issue with the nicknames.

:afro:

You're right about that, within reason. I'm just sensitive to the "new era" we're in despicable though it may be and trying to keep this site online, and doing so in a way that I'm comfortable with.
 

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Blacks benefit from the Caste System, but they are not the cause or enablers of it. And they don't all root against us. Jason Whitlock for example has a lot more wisdom than just about any White people I know.

Are blacks behind cultural communism, the fake news, Hollyweird, the schools and government? There's where we need to aim our fire and enlighten people. Playing "tit for tat" identity politics only helps the 1% at the top who control things. If they get their way with their totalitarian agenda just about everyone is going to be on the short end no matter their race.

I'm not saying don't criticize blacks or take some pleasure when they fail when we know lots of Whites didn't have the opportunity to succeed. I've done it myself plenty of times and probably will tomorrow. But if for example David Sills never gets a chance to play, I blame (((White))) owners, White recruiters, White coaches, White media hacks, etc., not the random Black receiver who is in the game instead of Sills. Criticism and mockery of Blacks is certainly fair play but it's about doing it in the right way and in the right amount without changing the purpose of CF, which is to root for White athletes. I'm just not interested in reading a thread that's supposed to be about sharing how our players are doing and instead finding post after post about Black QBs, who I'm not particularly interested in. I'd much rather read about how Joe Burrow is doing instead of which Black QB just threw an interception. Remember, keep posts productive!

Roger that. I do think that blacks are both supported and emboldened by the status quo though and are able to get away with so much more - plenty of black media types are blatantly anti-White and get away with spewing anti-White vitriol and are openly encouraged by the masses. I don't think they as a group are innocent beneficiaries as they do their best to control the locker room as well (remember the Raiders a few years ago allowing Carr to get hit, the Drew Brees backlash etc.) Black athletes know the deal and know they hold an advantage at most positions. For me I am always looking ahead and projecting how the caste system is trying to attack the QB position and that is certainly a fault of mine and I am trying to limit those comments.
 

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What Don said. Don't make it more difficult than it really is, you run into some anti-White racial bigotry you call it that and label the person spewing that garbage a racial bigot and then move on.

I'm not anti-black nor am I the usual Glen Beck yuck yuck and we all bleed red BS conservative.
 
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The Bears are playing the Lions today. I hope they lose. They're one of the worst racist teams in a league made up of racist teams.
 

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Darnold runs the option play in for a TD!
 

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Josh Allen to Dawson Knox, Knox scores for the third week in a row
 

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Browns bypass 3pts by deciding to go for it and failing. Stupid..It's early, so kick the damn field goal.
 

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So far every other sentence by the announcers in the Bears is how wonderful Justin Fields is. The last comment was that "He's a 4.4 man."

Fields did not participate in the combine tests or any pro day. So how do they know he's "a 4,4 man?" Answer - they don't.
 

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Darnold 14 yd rush to convert a long 3rd down!
 
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