NFL 2014 Week 6

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Eagles top 4 receivers at half are of the saltine persuasion.

Hope they pour it on.

Philly has this weird strategy of playing a bunch of big tall white guys that get open and catch the ball. I have never seen this done before. It sure works good.
 
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Collinsworth blatantly lying about Jason Peters' 40 time (which matters little for a lineman), saying he runs a 4.6. The only times I can find list him at 4.93.
 

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Hillis sighting. He caught a short dump off for little or no gain and then butter fingered a pass that clearly pissed off Eli. Not helping himself much.
 

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Collinsworth blatantly lying about Jason Peters' 40 time (which matters little for a lineman), saying he runs a 4.6. The only times I can find list him at 4.93.
Then he said, 'there is not an athlete like Peters who plays on the offensive line." uncle chris at it again.
 

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I do respect Peters for slugging the thug who made a dirty hit on Nick Foles.
 

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Peyton Hillis finishes with 24 yards rushing on 5 carries and 28 yards receiving on 3 catches.

Overall a pretty good week for "our team." Most of the Caste matchups went our way, Seattle got humbled at home, and the Raiduhs (the blackest team in the league) remain winless.
 

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It's good to see some of the white-friendly teams separate themselves from the pack a little bit. The Packers, Patriots, Eagles, and the very tolerable Chargers/Cowboys are among the best teams in the league. And anytime the odious franchises from PIT and SEA lose, I see that as a win.

On a down note, we saw the bad Kirk Cousins today, with 3 INTs in the 4th quarter in a close game. That is simply inexcusable. He's letting a golden opportunity slip by with his inconsistent play. You really can't ask for more in terms of a chance to show what you can do, and grabbing the starting role for good, while ending Gremlin's run in WAS. But it's not happening, just too many INTs, that's not going to get it done.
 

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Watching Philly-NY somebody asks me who I'm rooting for I reply Philly a little later they run down the NY defense they're all black says somebody yeah I say that's why I'm rooting for Philly the look on their faces priceless.
 

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Collinsworth blatantly lying about Jason Peters' 40 time (which matters little for a lineman), saying he runs a 4.6. The only times I can find list him at 4.93.

Cris Collinsworth :flypig: is always effusively praising some black player. It borders on hero worship.

Then he said, 'there is not an athlete like Peters who plays on the offensive line." uncle chris at it again.

There are a lot of athletic offensive lineman in the league, many of them white. In no way is Peters in a class by himself.

Collinsworth :flypig: tends to go overboard in his fawning over black players.
 

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Connor Barwin had 3 sacks against the Giants.

Casey Matthews was decent with 5 tackles, two for a loss.

Nick Foles had 248 yards and two touchdowns.

Riley Cooper had 5 receptions and Brent Celek had 4.

All in all not a bad game for the white players.
 

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Connor Barwin had 3 sacks against the Giants.

Casey Matthews was decent with 5 tackles, two for a loss.

Nick Foles had 248 yards and two touchdowns.

Riley Cooper had 5 receptions and Brent Celek had 4.

All in all not a bad game for the white players.

And let's not forget the fine play of Ertz who had 3 catches for 47 yds, a TD, with a long of 23.

All around a great game and great individual and team play from gutty guys with attitude, sticking it to the system. Same with the Dallas win in Seattle. Several good bright points overall. As stated by you CFer's earlier, it was indeed a good day in the League.
 

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In my opinion, this was the best week we’ve had thus far in 2014.

It all started with JJ Watt’s dominating performance (7 tackles, 2 sacks, 3 PD, 1 FR, TD) on Thursday night. The Nordic Beast is surely the best overall football player in the league and there is no close 2[SUP]nd[/SUP]…

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CAPTION: NFL's Best Scores 3rd TD

New England continued their winning ways, with 90+ yard receiving games from Gronkowski and Edelman. Gronkowski looks to be regaining his monster-like 2011 form. He’s one of the brashest white players I’ve ever seen, constantly taunting black defenders after receptions, screaming in their faces, etc. After a slow start, the big guy is back on pace for 1,000 yards…

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CAPTION: Gronk's Greatness

Rob Ninkovich, who has struggled applying pressure this season, abused the Bills’ sumo RT and finished with 3 sacks…

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CAPTION: Ninkovich Returns to Form

Bills WR, Chris “7-11” Hogan, had a great game (5 catches, 72 yards) and even scored a critical TD…

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CAPTION: A Long Time Coming for Hogan

Bills TE, Scott Chandler, had a 100+ yard day, making countless critical receptions…

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CAPTION: Chandler Crushes Cowardly Chung

The season-ending injury to Patriots LB, Jerod Mayo, could open up more playing time for Chris White, but that remains to be seen, as they could always move one of their black LBs (Hightower, Collins, Skinner) to MLB.

The Packers won again, this time in dramatic fashion over a very-black Dolphins squad. With another 100-yard performance, Jordy Nelson is now once again leading the league in receiving. Arguably the game’s best deep threat is on pace for 1,685 yards and 14 TD’s…

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CAPTION: Burning Negroes is Child’s Play for Nelson

Philly had their best game of the season against the schizophrenic, adult diaper-wearing Tom Coughlin, “Effeminate Eli,” and their chocolate-flavored platoon. Eli has never consistently thrown to a white pass-catcher and that’s the way he prefers it. He’s had several white TE’s (Shockey, Boss, Pascoe, Ballard, Myers, etc), but they were always an afterthought. Quick Fact: In his 10 years of NFL football, Eli has only completed one pass to a white WR…a 7 yard gain to Brandon Stokley back in 2011. Anyway, it was great to see Cooper, Celek, Ertz, and Casey dominate their Negrophillic defense…

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CAPTION: Ertz Embarrasses Ebonies

As I mentioned earlier, there were times when the Eagles were playing 4 whites (Matthews, Barwin, Allen, and Bair) on defense.

Cleveland’s win over Pittsburgh was nice, but only because of strong performances from their all-white OL and TE Jordan Cameron…

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CAPTION: “Portly Polamalu” and Co. Scorched by Cameron

Jacksonville’s continued to struggle in the running game, proving that Toby Gerhart isn’t to blame.

The NFL’s blackest team by the numbers, Oakland, is now 0-6.

“Teddy Football” Bridgewater logged a ghastly performance against the Lions, tossing 3 picks. Just a few weeks ago, NFL Network’s Steve Marriucci was teary-eyed as he uttered: “You had better get used to Bridgewater dominating like he did, because he’s going to be doing this for 10-15 years. The Vikings have officially found their franchise QB!”

Lovie’s Black Bucs continue to look horrendous, dropping to 1-5.

It was also nice to see one of the NFL’s blackest teams, the “Bolshevik Broncos,” struggle against the hapless Jets. Manning has phased-out Wes Welker, so there is officially no reason to watch this New York Yankees-style all-star team. I’d love to see Welker come back to the Patriots after becoming a free agent this off-season, but it’s unlikely given his rift with management. In the meantime, may the Broncos go up in flames.

Quite naturally, it was great to see Dallas dominate the Seahawks in front of their incessantly-shrieking “12[SUP]th[/SUP] Woman” DWF’s. Their “home field advantage” mystique is fading. I’m hoping for an implosion, but it’s unlikely. Please enjoy this montage-o-misery…

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CAPTION: "It's Not Fair!" [Gentle Sobbing]

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CAPTION: Mr. & Mrs. ******* Jock Sniffer

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CAPTION: Castrated "White" "Father" Gives DWF-in-Training Unhappy Birthday
 
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Great post Thrashen. Those Seahawks fans dressed like that are totally pathetic. I can't believe thousands of adults will dress up like idiots and go out in public. Such a sad commentary on our society.
 

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the Raiduhs (the blackest team in the league) remain winless.
However, that poor soul Derek Carr, one of the very few crackas on the Raiduhs, had an outstanding game.
 

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Being that I'm in Dolphin country, I don't get to see the NFC teams too often. I've never really watched too many of the Packers games so this is my first time seeing Jordy Nelson extensively. The dude is a straight up beast. I've heard him talked up quite a lot on this site but after watching him totally shred through the Dolphins coal black defense, I have to say he's the real deal.
 
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On a down note, we saw the bad Kirk Cousins today, with 3 INTs in the 4th quarter in a close game. That is simply inexcusable. He's letting a golden opportunity slip by with his inconsistent play. You really can't ask for more in terms of a chance to show what you can do, and grabbing the starting role for good, while ending Gremlin's run in WAS. But it's not happening, just too many INTs, that's not going to get it done.
Since he's lacking sufficient melanin, all it takes for the media and DWF's to pounce is a couple of bad performances. And yesterday's 4th quarter was the definition of bad performance. Here is one of the latest bench-Kirk-Cousins articles:

[h=1]Talk in Washington of benching Kirk Cousins for Colt McCoy[/h]
I have mixed feeling on this. First, Colt McCoy is a good QB. He's better than Gremlin. But in the eyes of all but a few, he's "already had his chance, he SUCKS". So even if he comes in for Cousins and lights up the field, he will never be more than a backup. But the chance to deep-six Cousins is all that matters to these people, and getting Gremlin back into his "rightful" starting position.
 

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Since he's lacking sufficient melanin, all it takes for the media and DWF's to pounce is a couple of bad performances. And yesterday's 4th quarter was the definition of bad performance. Here is one of the latest bench-Kirk-Cousins articles:

Talk in Washington of benching Kirk Cousins for Colt McCoy


I have mixed feeling on this. First, Colt McCoy is a good QB. He's better than Gremlin. But in the eyes of all but a few, he's "already had his chance, he SUCKS". So even if he comes in for Cousins and lights up the field, he will never be more than a backup. But the chance to deep-six Cousins is all that matters to these people, and getting Gremlin back into his "rightful" starting position.

Cousins does throw too many pics, but many young quarterbacks do. He has alot of potential and has shown flashes of real talent. Not many QBs are goint to do well with an offensive line as bad as the Redskins. What they need to do is copy the Cowboys' strategy and only draft offensive linemen with their top 3-4 picks for the next two years. And use the rest of their picks for the secondary, because that's their next glaring hole. They have all the QBs, WRs, RBs, defensive linemen and linebackers that they need for now.

Oh, and use the Eagles' strategy of drafting all talented white offensive linemen with those picks. That will improve your teams' character and talent.
 

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I agree. A solid O-line can make a team spectacular. The era of New England's dominance was due to that big white wall that made everyone else's job easier.

Sumo O-lines seem to lack that unspoken bond that white O-linemen seem to share. Not to mention their utter lack of discipline which leads to constant penalties.
 

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I agree that the Redskins would do well to hire more White athletes to shore up their crap team's offense and defense. It's obvious to all sensible people that, in general, Black males are overly-emotional, useless in a crisis (they're more prone to panic, which is understandable in a female but less acceptable in a man), can't lead, aren't that good at following, either, are egotistical with nothing to back it up, and are immature "I'm gonna take my bat and ball and go home" types when things don't go their way. They're self-centered so they can't cooperate well, either.

These are of course just tendencies, and there are exceptions everywhere, but in general it's true. The opposite is true for Whites: they're generally less inclined to let their emotions dictate their actions, they don't panic nearly as easily, are natural leaders (hence, we SUCCEEDED in conquering the world, where other races tried and FAILED and make EXCUSES), are more team-oriented and just get things DONE.

The only thing Blacks have going for them in football is their alleged speed, which is time and again matched by Whites, who are also stronger, have more guts, are willing to actually work for a living, and are a hell of a lot smarter.

Since Blacks are so clearly inferior in many ways and do not deserve to be represented in NFL football in the numbers they are (I think Blacks should maybe be 30-40% of the NFL, instead of 75-80%), the media has to dream up ridiculous, non-quantifiable attributes like creativity and passion which is just fancy talk for "this ****** acts like a girl instead of a man, and he drops the ball all of the time because he's just too fast for the [White] quarterback to target properly. It's not that he's a butterfingered idiot, it's just that he doesn't know his own strength. Let's give him 10 years to prove what a bust he is. We won't call him a bust, either. He was just ahead of his time."
 

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The redskins were driving yesterday and Andre Roberts fumbled to kill their momentum. Cousins has 7 starts under his belt. The fanbase should let him take his lumps and be happy he is getting experience. The trade for gremlin is was is holding that team back more than anything. Their secondary is bad, Trent Williams is overrated and they have no reliable pass catching tight end just a couple converted wrs and Paulson who is more of a blocking Te. Cousins looked great last week and ok until the 4th quarter yesterday. Redskins fans should be happy he is actually going vertical rather than throwing 5 yard passes and screens. I do think he will get better the more experience he gets but the growing pains he is experiencing are a little frustrating.

**sorry for the format of some of my posts and any typos as I am on my phone posting to the board
 

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The redskins were driving yesterday and Andre Roberts fumbled to kill their momentum. Cousins has 7 starts under his belt. The fanbase should let him take his lumps and be happy he is getting experience. The trade for gremlin is was is holding that team back more than anything. Their secondary is bad, Trent Williams is overrated and they have no reliable pass catching tight end just a couple converted wrs and Paulson who is more of a blocking Te. Cousins looked great last week and ok until the 4th quarter yesterday. Redskins fans should be happy he is actually going vertical rather than throwing 5 yard passes and screens. I do think he will get better the more experience he gets but the growing pains he is experiencing are a little frustrating.

**sorry for the format of some of my posts and any typos as I am on my phone posting to the board

There is a black columnist for the Washington ComPost named Jason Reid who in his column today said Cousins clearly isn't the answer and shouldn't even be entertained as the starting QB once Griffin is ready to play because of his 4 losses in his last 4 starts. He ignores the fact that those 4 starts were against the Eagles, Seahawks, Giants, and Cardinals, 4 of the better teams in the league, and that the Redskins offense has averaged 26 points a game in Cousins' starts, but the defense has given up 30 points a game in those starts.
 

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There is a black columnist for the Washington ComPost named Jason Reid who in his column today said Cousins clearly isn't the answer and shouldn't even be entertained as the starting QB once Griffin is ready to play because of his 4 losses in his last 4 starts. He ignores the fact that those 4 starts were against the Eagles, Seahawks, Giants, and Cardinals, 4 of the better teams in the league, and that the Redskins offense has averaged 26 points a game in Cousins' starts, but the defense has given up 30 points a game in those starts.

Yea I wonder what was going through that black columnists head when his homie gremlin was getting destroyed by jj watt in the first game of the season.
 

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Yesterday was a good day as far as Caste teams beating fanatically Caste teams, and black QBs once again not doing much. Maybe the best thing that happened was a non-event -- Gerhart getting time off to heal and rookie Storm Johnson not doing anything in his place.

But as far as White receivers and tight ends, this season has been a disaster so far. Hartline without a single catch yesterday while the rookie Landry had a number of receptions, and Welker with but a single catch near the end of the game. Other than Jordy Nelson and perhaps Edelman, it looks like Hartline, Decker, Welker, Cooper, Witten and Cameron will all end up with less receiving yards than last year, considerably less in some cases. Then there's Woodhead's injury and Gerhart's bad start on a terrible offense.

But it was an unexpected surprise to see Michael Campanaro play some and make a great TD catch, and also Chris Hogan. Mike Williams, a long-time problem child on and off the field, was a healthy scratch for Buffalo yesterday so Hogan may have cemented a prominent role with his 5/72/1 performance.
 

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And then there's Danny Amendola, who has been placed in the Memory Hole. Tom Brady completed passes to 10 different receivers yesterday, but none to Amendola. I don't know if Danny was even on the field or not during the game.

Tim Hasselbeck makes up a lame excuse for what's happened to him, but Amendola has been healthy all season. What's happened to him makes "sense" only from a Caste System perspective, in which Whites who get injured are often permanently discarded from their team and then the league, and of course they don't even need to be injured to be forced to move on to their "life's work" as Chuck Noll put it. Here's what Hasselbeck said on a radio show today:

“You can’t count on him because you don’t know if he’s going to be available,” Hasselbeck said of Amendola. “One of the things you do is on Tuesday is you start putting your plan together for the opponents that you’re about to face. And you break it down — first and second down. And the next day you work on your third-down passes, your work on short yardage and goal line, you work on your red zone stuff and you put a plan in place. … You do that, and you start to scheme things. You watch film, you find out where weaknesses are and how you’re going to attack it and who you’re going to attack it with. If I’m Josh McDaniels, the last guy I’m designing stuff for is Danny Amendola. I just don’t know if he’s going to be available to me, I really don’t.”

Source: http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/sports...lbeck-on-dc-you-cant-count-on-danny-amendola/
 
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