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This illustrates yet again how the "woke" live in a fantasy world rather than a reality-based one, truly amazing that anyone still believes "the NFL is racist against black QBs" fairy tale. ESPN's ever-shrinking audience must by now consist solely of anti-White haters and the most ignorant dumbed-down Americans:

 

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This illustrates yet again how the "woke" live in a fantasy world rather than a reality-based one, truly amazing that anyone still believes "the NFL is racist against black QBs" fairy tale. ESPN's ever-shrinking audience must by now consist solely of anti-White haters and the most ignorant dumbed-down Americans:

Just waiting for them to wake up to the actual discrimination occurring in the NFL. Black fragility on full display.
 
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One thing that always turned me off about the NBA was the selfishness of superstar players and the media's fixation on them. The NFL has traditionally been a "team-first" league, at least by comparison. This new generation of QBs (many of whom are black) have bought wholesale into the "get the bag" mindset, never mind the fact that they'd make more money through endorsements by playing on a winning team. Lamar Jackson is a good QB, but he's fragile and absolutely relies on his legs. People will point to his passing numbers as proof that he's a legitimate thrower of the football, but when you actually watch the games you see that the defense is playing his running ability which leads to easy reads and wide open throws. As soon as the running threat is diminished, either through injury or age, he will be exposed as an average-at-best passer from the pocket. Maybe he knows this deep down, and is trying to cash out while he can.
 

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Would have thought the Seahawks would have been first

Still, when Johnson signed with the Ravens this offseason, he experienced a first: an all-Black quarterback group. Johnson, who is Black, joined the unit that includes quarterbacks Tyler Huntley, Lamar Jackson and Anthony Brown, assistant quarterbacks coach Kerry Dixon and quarterbacks coach Tee Martin. It’s believed to be the first time in NFL history a team has had an entirely Black quarterback group.

 
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One thing that always turned me off about the NBA was the selfishness of superstar players and the media's fixation on them.
Absolutely spot on. When the Michael Jordan hype was in full gear during the early 90s, i used to refer to him as "the ball hog". The look on DWFs faces was priceless. It completely locked up their negro worship and they just didn't know what to say in response.
 

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Would have thought the Seahawks would have been first



Fitting for a Black, Crime infested, shithole that is Baltimore.
 

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Would have thought the Seahawks would have been first



So if their quarterback play is awful, who can they blame? Is it the punters fault somehow???

It’s pretty amazing to me in that I haven’t watched the nfl regularly or even sporadically for more than 10 years, how much some of it has changed. One thing that seems constant though is the refrain that blacks are vulnerable to racism in playing, coaching, managing, and maybe even hot dog vending but no other group of people is. Haha

Again thank you guys for highlighting why I no longer need to waste my sundays watching this!!!
 

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So if their quarterback play is awful, who can they blame? Is it the punters fault somehow???

It’s pretty amazing to me in that I haven’t watched the nfl regularly or even sporadically for more than 10 years, how much some of it has changed. One thing that seems constant though is the refrain that blacks are vulnerable to racism in playing, coaching, managing, and maybe even hot dog vending but no other group of people is. Haha

Again thank you guys for highlighting why I no longer need to waste my sundays watching this!!!
Well their fragility is being exposed left and right.
 

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I can’t wait to watch this train wreck. Ravens will be bad this year and this all black qb room may cost Harbaugh his job
 

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I can’t wait to watch this train wreck. Ravens will be bad this year and this all black qb room may cost Harbaugh his job
That would be great. They can complete the clean sweep of Whitey and bring in a players coach to appease Lamar.
 

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That would be great. They can complete the clean sweep of Whitey and bring in a players coach to appease Lamar.
I believe it wouldn't even change things if this did blow up. The caste system and antiWhite sentiment is so entrenched that they would just get different non Whites for all these roles.
 

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I believe it wouldn't even change things if this did blow up. The caste system and antiWhite sentiment is so entrenched that they would just get different non Whites for all these roles.
There is always a white gut somewhere to blame. Be it a coach or a general manager, or an owner, or the guy who caters their meals or the bus driver……

One thing you can be assured of is the media will make lots of excuses for their awful play and none of it will be their fault
 

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There is always a white gut somewhere to blame. Be it a coach or a general manager, or an owner, or the guy who caters their meals or the bus driver……

One thing you can be assured of is the media will make lots of excuses for their awful play and none of it will be their fault
The all-black "diversity" of the Ravens when it comes to all aspects of quarterbacking should be mentioned and strongly criticized, though it's hardly a surprise given the replacement (of White men) trends taking place all through society.

But, uh, Lamar Jackson is not "awful." He has a 45-16 record as a starter. He's thrown 101 touchdowns to just 38 interceptions. He's the best running quarterback ever. He's been the league MVP. Is he a great quarterback? No, but he's a long long way from "awful."

A few posts up you mention that you haven't followed the NFL for more than ten years yet that clearly doesn't inhibit you from making sweeping judgments about players you know nothing about. I don't post about sports and individual players I don't follow, because I realize it would harm the credibility of CF and what it's trying to accomplish. Maybe you should follow that example.
 

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The all-black "diversity" of the Ravens when it comes to all aspects of quarterbacking should be mentioned and strongly criticized, though it's hardly a surprise given the replacement (of White men) trends taking place all through society.

But, uh, Lamar Jackson is not "awful." He has a 45-16 record as a starter. He's thrown 101 touchdowns to just 38 interceptions. He's the best running quarterback ever. He's been the league MVP. Is he a great quarterback? No, but he's a long long way from "awful."

A few posts up you mention that you haven't followed the NFL for more than ten years yet that clearly doesn't inhibit you from making sweeping judgments about players you know nothing about. I don't post about sports and individual players I don't follow, because I realize it would harm the credibility of CF and what it's trying to accomplish. Maybe you should follow that example.
I do watch the odd highlight clip and I read what you guys write. I don’t spend tons of time on it, no. I’m busy enough that this is my outlet for posting things. I don’t post anything anywhere else becuase I don’t think it’s a good use of time. I do have fun chiming in here and there, but if you shut my account down (as you’ve done in the past), life would go on for me.

I will try to make less sweeping statements here, but to be clear, I didn’t say that Lamar Jackson specifically was awful. I meant it more for the group as a whole. Again, largely based on what you guys write.

In my opinion watching a complete modern nfl game is akin to watching interracial porn, which I have no interest in doing.
 

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I do watch the odd highlight clip and I read what you guys write. I don’t spend tons of time on it, no. I’m busy enough that this is my outlet for posting things. I don’t post anything anywhere else becuase I don’t think it’s a good use of time. I do have fun chiming in here and there, but if you shut my account down (as you’ve done in the past), life would go on for me.

I will try to make less sweeping statements here, but to be clear, I didn’t say that Lamar Jackson specifically was awful. I meant it more for the group as a whole. Again, largely based on what you guys write.

In my opinion watching a complete modern nfl game is akin to watching interracial porn, which I have no interest in doing.
Blah, blah, blah, he's their starter and barring injury will be on the field every play.

You write a lot of worthwhile posts and unlike so many posters here you post regularly, which is a good thing.

I was making some constructive criticism. I follow the NFL closely and when anyone posts things that are well off the mark I don't hesitate to call it out.
 
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