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Valid point. Nothing will ever change.
The only thing that may play a factor in changing this is the fact that more & more people are noticing the Anti White racism in other facets of life and starting to question more. Hasn't fully translated to sports yet but, we are seeing more and more comments pushing back against White athlete sneaky quick/ lunch pail narrative.
 

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In small ways I do think whites are starting to notice the fact that in order to play certain positions in the nfl whites need to be the best at the position league wide (or close to it ).
 

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In small ways I do think whites are starting to notice the fact that in order to play certain positions in the nfl whites need to be the best at the position league wide (or close to it ).
Every guy who played football knows this, the issue is a lot of them think it’s cause non blacks are inferior athletes.

My high school football team was 95% white, opinions varied from “whites can’t play high level football” to “whites just aren’t quite as good” to “whites have bias against them”

My favorite opinion of my high school teammates came from our probably autistic 9th string WR who claimed he ran 4.2 flat and he was going to make the league by being gritty and end up a top 10 WR and secret Italian super athleticism that the league hasn’t discovered yet
 

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Every guy who played football knows this, the issue is a lot of them think it’s cause non blacks are inferior athletes.
in what measure are non-black athletes even inferior? Cos I see whites in Eastern Europe doing insanely well, if not better than the black counterparts are in the US, and running and sprinting arent even that big in Eastern Europe compared to strength sports
My high school football team was 95% white, opinions varied from “whites can’t play high level football” to “whites just aren’t quite as good” to “whites have bias against them”
how did they fare?
My favorite opinion of my high school teammates came from our probably autistic 9th string WR who claimed he ran 4.2 flat and he was going to make the league by being gritty and end up a top 10 WR
thats some crazy numbers lmao
 

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in what measure are non-black athletes even inferior? Cos I see whites in Eastern Europe doing insanely well, if not better than the black counterparts are in the US, and running and sprinting arent even that big in Eastern Europe compared to strength sports

how did they fare?

thats some crazy numbers lmao
It’s just wait young guys are taught or infer. It’s only goober race tractor coaches who think only blacks can play. No white kid grows up thinking their inferior.

Oddly our best players, essentially gave up. Probably at least partially because thought they since they were white RBs and WRs d1 wasn’t an option. We had two players who play for an AP top 3 college program (one might start next year)

Our stud safety/WR ran 4.41 at 5’7” and had multiple d1 preferred walk on offers and just walked away from the game. He claimed it was a size issue.

A lot of guys including myself had a 100% guaranteed chance to play for one of our 2 local D3 programs and all turned it down. Not much glory in playing for an all white pity D3 team anyone can play for. I started one year with nothing to show for but a few pass breakups and a good 40 and I was offered a spot for the D3 program along with probably 15 other guys.
 

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People are starting to wake up, very, very slowly.

The question is: will the people waking up change anything in a system where they have no recourse?

The only thing that may affect change is to stop attending games, stop playing FF and stop gambling

That’s it.

And even then, the small hats and their useful idiots will be fine losing money if it advances the cultural Marxist implementation.
 

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People are starting to wake up, very, very slowly.

The question is: will the people waking up change anything in a system where they have no recourse?

The only thing that may affect change is to stop attending games, stop playing FF and stop gambling

That’s it.

And even then, the small hats and their useful idiots will be fine losing money if it advances the cultural Marxist implementation.
Couldn’t agree more. Sports betting a fantasy football perpetuate this system more than anything else does. I never had much interest in either but lots of white guys seem to. I don’t get it, and I hope it changes, but I’m not holding my breath
 

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I still can't believe that Carson Steele did not get an invite to the nfl combine. They don't like white blonde hair, blue eyed alpha males.
 

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Couldn’t agree more. Sports betting a fantasy football perpetuate this system more than anything else does. I never had much interest in either but lots of white guys seem to. I don’t get it, and I hope it changes, but I’m not holding my breath
Fantasy football doesn't so much anymore. White defensive players are getting more respect from fantasy team owners because so many are really good. I've seen the difference as I used to be able to cherry pick White defensive players for a long time but not so much now.

However, the major fantasy sites still have a lot of the traditional biases when grading players. In that sense they're much like the self-proclaimed scouts and draft analysts, but even they've improved a bit in response to reality. Fantasy football is a large industry and those who want to make their living from it need to be on top of trends if they want to be successful. Automatically downgrading White players is no longer a guaranteed formula for success in the fantasy industry.
 

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I still can't believe that Carson Steele did not get an invite to the nfl combine. They don't like white blonde hair, blue eyed alpha males.
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imagine having stats like these and not getting invited, like how are DWF's just not seeing this?
do they even have any pride in their race anymore? Like wtf, our ancestors ******* fought off saber tooths and mammoths, going through wars after wars after wars all for these opponents to pop out and call them evil and hate themselves.
 
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Fantasy football doesn't so much anymore. White defensive players are getting more respect from fantasy team owners because so many are really good. I've seen the difference as I used to be able to cherry pick White defensive players for a long time but not so much now.

However, the major fantasy sites still have a lot of the traditional biases when grading players. In that sense they're much like the self-proclaimed scouts and draft analysts, but even they've improved a bit in response to reality. Fantasy football is a large industry and those who want to make their living from it need to be on top of trends if they want to be successful. Automatically downgrading White players is no longer a guaranteed formula for success in the fantasy industry.
I remember you have said this a few times. Fantasy football has done a lot more for our guys than some seem to realize
 

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I still can't believe that Carson Steele did not get an invite to the nfl combine. They don't like white blonde hair, blue eyed alpha males.
I think it is more his physical, emasculating style that caused the league to not invite him. They still have nightmares of Peyton Hillis running roughshod over the little black defenders.
 

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This article via The Clemson Insider, quoting a "scouting service," gives Shipley a third round grade and 10th overall among RBs. Laube is ranked 8th.

Will is compared to -- guess who? -- Rex Burkhead. So predictable. Anyone who continues to be this moronic should be granted no credibility as an analyst, but since the forum is once again falling into a deep sleep, might as well post it:

Where Is Shipley in This '24 NFL Draft RB Ranking?​


 

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This article via The Clemson Insider, quoting a "scouting service," gives Shipley a third round grade and 10th overall among RBs. Laube is ranked 8th.

Will is compared to -- guess who? -- Rex Burkhead. So predictable. Anyone who continues to be this moronic should be granted no credibility as an analyst, but since the forum is once again falling into a deep sleep, might as well post it:

Where Is Shipley in This '24 NFL Draft RB Ranking?​



Despite all of the bad things still happening to our guys in the major sports this is exciting. To think that there is a possibility that
we could potentially have 3 or 4 white running backs drafted seems to good to be true. Then another white cornerback makes this
a fun combine and draft to follow. Then add in 3 more white receivers which are so necessary with many of our guys aging or just
being ignorred. Add some tighteneds and various players on the offensive and defensive side along with the quarterbacks and you
have a little better draft to watch. Not much better as the numbers overall are dismal but to see players that could help change the
common fans perceptions is great. Bring on the NFL Combine. Can't wait. Great article Don!
 

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This article via The Clemson Insider, quoting a "scouting service," gives Shipley a third round grade and 10th overall among RBs. Laube is ranked 8th.

Will is compared to -- guess who? -- Rex Burkhead. So predictable. Anyone who continues to be this moronic should be granted no credibility as an analyst, but since the forum is once again falling into a deep sleep, might as well post it:

Where Is Shipley in This '24 NFL Draft RB Ranking?​


They are both similar in size. Not sure Burkhead is 5 10' as he listed, however Shipley showed his ability to grind out tough yards at Clemson because more often than not he ran between the tackles with no blocking and 9 in the box. Averaging over 5 yards a carry while doing it. He is also much faster. Burkhead with the 4.69 hand held pro-day forty is slow. I look for Shipley to go 4.4-4.5 easily laser time at the combine.
As I said in an earlier post. I would find McCaffrey and his speed coach and be preparing for the combine with them.
 

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They are both similar in size. Not sure Burkhead is 5 10' as he listed, however Shipley showed his ability to grind out tough yards at Clemson because more often than not he ran between the tackles with no blocking and 9 in the box. Averaging over 5 yards a carry while doing it. He is also much faster. Burkhead with the 4.69 hand held pro-day forty is slow. I look for Shipley to go 4.4-4.5 easily laser time at the combine.
As I said in an earlier post. I would find McCaffrey and his speed coach and be preparing for the combine with them.
Rex must have just had a very poor 40 at the time. Although he is not a burner, he had plenty of burst and it is evident in his highlights.

Shipley is faster for sure. But otherwise, the comp is not a bad one. Of course, we all
Know Rex was underused (or hurt) most of his career.

I think we have three whites getting drafted (maybe 4 if Steele squeezes in, but I think he is and UDFA). They all should be drafted within the first 3-4 rounds easily, but we know how that goes.
 

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NFL Combine list is out. I have read this same script for the past 15 years.

321 total invites - 6 specialists = 315 skill position invites. 60 of these players are White so 19% of combine invites are White. Again it does not deviate from the SCRIPT!

The NFL is very much scripted if you ask me! Go back through any draft thread for at least the past 15 years and you will find a very similar number for the % of Combine invites. In late April the number of White athletes drafted will also hover around 20% like it does every year.

QUARTERBACKS - 8/14​

  • Sam Hartman, Notre Dame
  • Devin Leary, Kentucky
  • Drake Maye, North Carolina
  • J.J. McCarthy, Michigan
  • Bo Nix, Oregon
  • Michael Pratt, Tulane
  • Austin Reed, Western Kentucky
  • Kedon Slovis, BYU

RUNNING BACKS - 3/29​

  • Dylan Laube, New Hampshire
  • Cody Schrader, Missouri
  • Will Shipley, Clemson

WIDE RECEIVERS - 3/39​

  • Luke McCaffrey, Rice
  • Ladd McConkey, Georgia
  • Ricky Pearsall, Florida

TIGHT ENDS - 9/16​

  • AJ Barner, Michigan
  • Brock Bowers, Georgia
  • Dallin Holker, Colorado State
  • Tanner McLachlan, Arizona
  • Tip Reiman, Illinois
  • Ben Sinnott, Kansas State
  • Cade Stover, Ohio State
  • Jack Westover, Washington
  • Jared Wiley, TCU

OFFENSIVE LINEMEN - 28/70​

  • Joe Alt, Notre Dame
  • Karsen Barnhart, Michigan
  • Graham Barton, Duke
  • Cooper Beebe, Kansas State
  • Keaton Bills, Utah
  • Tanor Bortolini, Wisconsin
  • Frank Crum, Wyoming
  • Ethan Driskell, Marshall
  • Zach Frazier, West Virginia
  • Nick Gargiulo, South Carolina
  • Matt Goncalves, Pittsburgh
  • Garret Greenfield, South Dakota State
  • C.J. Hanson, Holy Cross
  • Trevor Keegan, Michigan
  • Jarrett Kingston, USC
  • Brady Latham, Arkansas
  • Matt Lee, Miami
  • Beaux Limmer, Arkansas
  • Mason McCormick, South Dakota State
  • Dylan McMahon, N.C. State
  • Hunter Nourzad, Penn State
  • Drake Nugent, Michigan
  • Jackson Powers-Johnson, Oregon
  • Andrew Raym, Oklahoma
  • Roger Rosengarten, Washington
  • Nick Samac, Michigan State
  • Jalen Sundell, North Dakota State
  • Zak Zinter, Michigan

DEFENSIVE LINEMEN - 3/50​

  • Braden Fiske, Florida State
  • Logan Lee, Iowa
  • Braiden McGregor, Michigan

LINEBACKERS - 4/30​

  • JD Bertrand, Notre Dame
  • Tommy Eichenberg, Ohio State
  • Easton Gibbs, Wyoming
  • Payton Wilson, N.C. State

DEFENSIVE BACKS - 2/67​

  • Cole Bishop, Utah
  • Cooper DeJean, Iowa
Luckily there is an HBCU combine to ensure that no black stone goes unturned.
 

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Carson Steele in this interview states that he wants "an opportunity to play in the NFL wherever my team needs me," and also that he's "Somebody who is willing to do it all and that’s my mindset heading into the NFL and available to do whatever is needed maybe even switching positions."

Unfortunately he's polishing his credentials as a lunchpail carrying overachiever who will gladly become a fullback or tight end, or just a career WSTD in order to make a roster. Why, when you're a running back, say that you'll switch positions, especially when there's so few White ones who get to play at programs like UCLA. White athletes make it too easy for the NFL to screw them over. Steele should confidently state that he's a running back and a good one and that's the position he intends to play in the NFL and if he can't then he'll move on with his life.

2024 NFL Draft Prospect Interview: Carson Steele, RB, UCLA​


 

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Carson Steele in this interview states that he wants "an opportunity to play in the NFL wherever my team needs me," and also that he's "Somebody who is willing to do it all and that’s my mindset heading into the NFL and available to do whatever is needed maybe even switching positions."

Unfortunately he's polishing his credentials as a lunchpail carrying overachiever who will gladly become a fullback or tight end, or just a career WSTD in order to make a roster. Why, when you're a running back, say that you'll switch positions, especially when there's so few White ones who get to play at programs like UCLA. White athletes make it too easy for the NFL to screw them over. Steele should confidently state that he's a running back and a good one and that's the position he intends to play in the NFL and if he can't then he'll move on with his life.

2024 NFL Draft Prospect Interview: Carson Steele, RB, UCLA​


Saying this is a horrible way to begin a negotiation.

Don’t know who his agent is, but he is not getting good advice
 

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Carson Steele in this interview states that he wants "an opportunity to play in the NFL wherever my team needs me," and also that he's "Somebody who is willing to do it all and that’s my mindset heading into the NFL and available to do whatever is needed maybe even switching positions."

Unfortunately he's polishing his credentials as a lunchpail carrying overachiever who will gladly become a fullback or tight end, or just a career WSTD in order to make a roster. Why, when you're a running back, say that you'll switch positions, especially when there's so few White ones who get to play at programs like UCLA. White athletes make it too easy for the NFL to screw them over. Steele should confidently state that he's a running back and a good one and that's the position he intends to play in the NFL and if he can't then he'll move on with his life.

2024 NFL Draft Prospect Interview: Carson Steele, RB, UCLA​



This mentality has to be eradicated from the White athlete’s mindset. He should be stating that the Chargers would be an ideal situation for him as he is a versatile work horse RB and Harbaugh has shown his offensive identity to be built around a strong running game. Steele is more talented than Corum and might be the most impressive RB athletically this year.
 

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This mentality has to be eradicated from the White athlete’s mindset. He should be stating that the Chargers would be an ideal situation for him as he is a versatile work horse RB and Harbaugh has shown his offensive identity to be built around a strong running game. Steele is more talented than Corum and might be the most impressive RB athletically this year.
Absolutely!! This mentality doesn't replicate his athletic style at all. I was floored when this was posted. I've been praising this young man for his courage to leave Indiana for LA and his not taking "NO" for an answer attitude. Now, I'm not sure what to think.
 

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Well, I guess we'll have next white fullback that gets two carries and 10 catches per year.
 
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