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- Oct 21, 2012
The Bears look set at quarterback. They have two good, young players in Mike Glennon and Mitch Trubisky. I think both of them can play. The Bears did a good job on the quarterback front.
Don, I wish I could find the article, but a respected Bears beat writer in early September was breaking down the "Bubble Players" -- Chicago players fighting for the last spots on the 53 man roster. I don't remember the writers name, but I know he's been pretty much non-Caste. Anyway, he noted prior to the season that Kwiatkoski was a prime example of a player who is amazing against "backs ups", but can't "cut it" against 1st teamers? His suggestion was, the Bears keep Kevin, but relegate him to special teams.
Hey, @sshole, check the film against the Vikings and Lions, then tell me Kwiatkoski can't "cut it" against 1st teamers? That said, Kevin has to be careful here and not make the same mistake Zach Zenner did. First of all, if Rodent Nagy is kept as head coach, he should not re-sign with the Bears at all. If he does, he should demand starters money. He should demand starters money regardless, if he can get it in the rancid, rabidly anti-white Jewish league.
I'll be surprised if Nall isn't cut by the Bears. That's a good thing except that after being screwed over for so long, will any other teams be interested in him much less give him some carries? Not likely unfortunately for Nall. In retrospect his big mistake was coming out early for the draft. He needed a huge senior season to have any chance of getting drafted but he was obviously unaware of how the NFL operates.
Nall is a lost cause - not due to lack of ability but due to the fact no team wants a White RB. His only contract offer was more than likely the 1 year deal from Bears. At this point all of the people on the right finally awakening to and fighting back against critical race theory need to make the connection that the caste system was the original CRT in terms of being vehemently and openly anti-White and being able to discriminate against kids and deny them opportunity based on skin color.
The Bears are a joke of an organization. I hope they fail miserably this year and the Chicago DWFs beloved quotaback fails too.
At this point all of the people on the right finally awakening to and fighting back against critical race theory need to make the connection that the caste system was the original CRT in terms of being vehemently and openly anti-White and being able to discriminate against kids and deny them opportunity based on skin color.
This is one of the most convincing statements that could get more on the alt-right (many of whom don't care about sports) interested in exposing discrimination against white athletes, and show them that this discrimination doesn't exist in a vacuum, but is connected to all the other forms of anti-white discrimination out there.