2023 NFL Week 13

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It was the head of security. He had no business interfering with a player on the 49ers, that's what the refs are for.
 

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Ok, as a former pro rugby player - don't jump on top of the damn pile, go low and push them back. It's all about keeping your center of gravity low and to get purchase and drive your legs.
 

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Ok, as a former pro rugby player - don't jump on top of the damn pile, go low and push them back. It's all about keeping your center of gravity low and to get purchase and drive your legs.
Yeah maybe defenses need to practice scrums more often. The tush push no one can figure out how to stop!
 

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Regardless, it's an idiotic and selfish play by Greenlaw from beginning to end. First to do the suplex and then to take a poke at someone.
 

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What bothers me about the "new breed" is that they treat every down of every play like it's a rap battle. Trash talking is more important than winning.
 

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And the camera immediately pans to Reed. B. LOL. Classic. Wasn't his guy or his missed tackle but great work by the camera crew.
 

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Gotta like the way Deebo Samuel plays. And Blankenship, who was being held and had no chance to make the tackle, of course gets the perp shot after the TD.
 

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Gotta like the way Deebo Samuel plays. And Blankenship, who was being held and had no chance to make the tackle, of course gets the perp shot after the TD.
I noticed that perp shop right away.. so predictable...

Also good to see Mr. Irrelevant beating Mr. Narrative...
 

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And the camera immediately pans to Reed. B. LOL. Classic. Wasn't his guy or his missed tackle but great work by the camera crew.
I was just gonna post that. He got well blocked on the play but he didn't miss the tackle, that was number 41 iirc.

And agree with Don. Samuel is one tough mofo.
 

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Let's compare the Magical Hurts against the Lunch Pail Purdy's QB Rating so far with about 1 quarter to go in the game.

Purdy has a 136 RTG while Hurts only has a 81.8 RTG. Let's see how the game ends up but Purdy is way better than advertised!
 

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Kupp and Thielen combined are 5/32 today. It wouldn't be so depressing if there were any other White receivers to root for this season but there aren't. Pierce had a nice game today but that was his first good one. It's almost as bad as the early to mid 1990s when Ricky Proehl was the only starting White receiver for a half dozen years.
 

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Gotta like the way Deebo Samuel plays. And Blankenship, who was being held and had no chance to make the tackle, of course gets the perp shot after the TD.
They showed the REPLAY...Announcers wondered "how could refs miss that Holding" on Blankenship
 

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Imagine Eagles o-line blocking for CMC and Purdy. Lane Johnson is probably the best RT in the league. Kelce is great, too.
 

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Kupp and Thielen combined are 5/32 today. It wouldn't be so depressing if there were any other White receivers to root for this season but there aren't. Pierce had a nice game today but that was his first good one. It's almost as bad as the early to mid 1990s when Ricky Proehl was the only starting White receiver for a half dozen years.

The beat goes on. No real changes. White athletes at taboo positions treated as outliers. Hopefully the small inroads in college will trickle up but with no one questioning the narrative outside of us it never looks good.
 

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A few years ago WR seemed like it had some young blood in the ranks. The Negro Football League quickly thrashed that..
 

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And he's not done yet tonight! Just like that, he can have 100 yards vs a very good rush defense. League MVP.
 

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I like that CMac is carving up Philly. Why not give Juice some damn carries though late…
 

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A few years ago WR seemed like it had some young blood in the ranks. The Negro Football League quickly thrashed that..
It happens periodically like clockwork every time "too many" White receivers start to excel.
 
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