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Based on the blm kneeling and the “end racism” aka Whitey slogans. I’d say it’s clear.
 

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The NFL has been on the leading edge of White replacement for over half a century.
 

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That is the modus operandi in today’s society. Merit has nothing to do with many corporate decisions. Females and blacks must be elevated beyond their skillset and ability. I have seen a proliferation of them get quickly promoted but without corresponding experience or proficiency.

Unless and until white men (and to a lesser extent Asian men) stand up and refuse to participate in this charade, nothing will change.

White men still make our world work. It is why we must de-couple ourselves from society as much as possible and create our own parallel infrastructure, business and communities.

Yes the Parallel Society is our best chance for survival. Not just for us but for the kids, grandkids, etc. etc. Whites deserve our own countries,
morals, culture, values and traditions despite what the powers that shouldn't be don't want. They want white genocide worldwide. It must
be stopped or it will be a tragedy for the whole world. For the minorities and liberals that disagree just look at South Africa and how far it
has fallen in a short time. They can't even work on the infrastructure that was left for them. The farms also are dieing when not run by the
white Boer Farmers. I want to see more towns and cities like Orania all around the world. Separate and pro create. We also must protect these
towns and cities at all costs as they will be attacked without a doubt. Again just look to South Africa and all the whites that have been murdered. May God help us find the way forward.
 

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Hopefully this alienates more White fans. I do feel that the NFL is just in on the White replacement agenda at this point. They see everything else going on in society - every other aspect is all about open hostility and discrimination against Whites, alot of boomers and older football fans are dying off. The NFL is probably thinking the time is now to brown up the head coaching ranks as much as possible. Just a theory but it certainly aligns with everything else going on in society.
Burn NFL, burn.

The dearth of competence at the position will accelerate!
 

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Hopefully this alienates more White fans. I do feel that the NFL is just in on the White replacement agenda at this point. They see everything else going on in society - every other aspect is all about open hostility and discrimination against Whites, alot of boomers and older football fans are dying off. The NFL is probably thinking the time is now to brown up the head coaching ranks as much as possible. Just a theory but it certainly aligns with everything else going on in society.
I agree 100%. In fact the NFL (and sports in general) has been on the forefront of squeezing out whites. There are still far more white men in positions of authority and in greater numbers at any business you can think of than in the NFL (or NBA).

There is the saying politics is downstream of culture. The NFL is entertainment/culture and the odious caste system was implemented here long before the DEI (read DIE) evil permeated corporate America.
 

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I agree 100%. In fact the NFL (and sports in general) has been on the forefront of squeezing out whites. There are still far more white men in positions of authority and in greater numbers at any business you can think of than in the NFL (or NBA).

There is the saying politics is downstream of culture. The NFL is entertainment/culture and the odious caste system was implemented here long before the DEI (read DIE) evil permeated corporate America.
Great point!
 
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Rooney Rule has gotten us two average Negro LBs that are now Head Coaches!


Important for Black Coaches that are discriminated their whole lives in Weimerica.

You can bet their staffs are gonna be filled with white assistants while the aa coach gets all the credit
 
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The Falcons announced Monday they have interviewed former New England coach Bill Belichick for their head-coaching vacancy, the first known interview done by Belichick since he and the Patriots mutually parted ways last week.
 

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Well hell, this would change everything! The Genius can come in and Desmond Ridder would unlock his internal Tom Brady and we'll have another dynasty!
 

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Louis Rees-Zammit, who's leaving rugby to pursue an NFL career, has been clocked faster than Tyreek Hill

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The NFL may soon have a new fastest player. Welsh rugby player Louis Rees-Zammit is leaving his current sport and pursuing a career in the NFL, he announced on Tuesday.
Rees-Zammit was a winger for the British and Irish Lions. The 22-year-old once hit a top speed of 24.2 mph during a rugby game and may give current NFL stars a run for their money.

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill, known as one of the fastest NFL players, hit 23.24 mph on a 27-yard kickoff return in 2016, when he played for the Kansas City Chiefs. That's 0.96 mph slower than Rees-Zammit. The "Cheetah" could be dethroned for in-game speed if Rees-Zammit is able to hit the top speed mark in the NFL that he did in rugby.

This season, Seattle Seahawks wide receiver DK Metcalf hit the fastest speed, going 22.23 mph in Week 13 (via Next Gen Stats), nearly hitting Hill's speed from 2016.

Cincinnati Bengals running back Chase Brown came in at second fastest for the 2023 season, hitting 22.05 mph in Week 14.


Before he has the chance to one-up these NFL stars, he must first make a team. Rees-Zammit has accepted an invitation to join the NFL's international player pathway, according to his English team Gloucester. The 10 week program will help him prepare to earn a spot on an NFL roster.


Rugby is probably about as close to American football as you can get in terms of functional sports training: running in space, tackling, taking wallops, pushing piles, etc. We've seen plenty of speedsters of all (both) races flame out quickly in similar attempts at a career change. For now, this is just a story to keep an eye on, with an interesting caveat of how it's being framed for public consumption. I believe you could convince plenty of DWF's that Tyreek Hill would be an Olympic gold medalist if only that paid as much as the NFL, so it's unique to see any white athlete compared in a way that brings him down a peg back toward reality.
 

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Louis Rees-Zammit, who's leaving rugby to pursue an NFL career, has been clocked faster than Tyreek Hill

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The NFL may soon have a new fastest player. Welsh rugby player Louis Rees-Zammit is leaving his current sport and pursuing a career in the NFL, he announced on Tuesday.



Rugby is probably about as close to American football as you can get in terms of functional sports training: running in space, tackling, taking wallops, pushing piles, etc. We've seen plenty of speedsters of all (both) races flame out quickly in similar attempts at a career change. For now, this is just a story to keep an eye on, with an interesting caveat of how it's being framed for public consumption. I believe you could convince plenty of DWF's that Tyreek Hill would be an Olympic gold medalist if only that paid as much as the NFL, so it's unique to see any white athlete compared in a way that brings him down a peg back toward reality.
I always root for these fellows trying to make the transition. It bodes well for us if somebody in one of the hard-to-breech skill positions is able to make it, opens the door for others. Still, it's harder to run in full pads and helmet than in Rugby attire. Same as how the 40 yard dash is largely worthless as they do it in shorts and t-shirts.
 

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Then they will just raid the All Blacks for those Maoris. I watched them vs Team USA in a baby seal clubbing match guess who was the baby seal. Anyway them boys is natural TEs if they can catch.
 

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Rees-Zammit is definitely the most high-profile rugby player to try and make the switch to the NFL. There have been a few try it out over the past decade, but tended to be guys who weren't quite at the top level or who were at a crossroads in their careers.

This guy is unusual because he is only 22 and is already an established international star player for Wales - it's a huge risk to give that up to try out a sport he's never played. In saying that I think he has a good chance of being a success, he's got good speed and at 6'3 has got the physical makings of a good wide receiver.

 

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Rees-Zammit is definitely the most high-profile rugby player to try and make the switch to the NFL. There have been a few try it out over the past decade, but tended to be guys who weren't quite at the top level or who were at a crossroads in their careers.

This guy is unusual because he is only 22 and is already an established international star player for Wales - it's a huge risk to give that up to try out a sport he's never played. In saying that I think he has a good chance of being a success, he's got good speed and at 6'3 has got the physical makings of a good wide receiver.

who was the man who almost caught at just past the 4:00 mark? that cat could really run, as well.
 

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How cool is it that this year we had two white corners play in Riley Moss and Ethan Bonner, and we’re getting first rounder Cooper DeJean next… plus possibly 3-5 RBs. Hopefully a few WR and we REALLY need a safety like Hudson Clark or Cole Bishop to stick

I noticed our numbers are bad this year for DB and RB, WR not great either. We used to have a small rotation of guys like Burkhead, Laird, and Nall at RB, and some DBs like Deluca, Sorenson,Cody Davis, Denbow, Breeze, Leavitt, Apke, but we lost a lot of those guys and desperately need to replace them.

This year our only real contributors were McCaffrey, Harrison Smith, Wingard, Blankenship, then a couple bottom of the roster guys like Dennow and Zayne Anderson. CMC was the only active RB in the league I think…

Next year is promising but we’re losing these dudes to age and replacement is necessary. We seem to have been in a tough year where our guys were cut and not replaced yet.
 

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How cool is it that this year we had two white corners play in Riley Moss and Ethan Bonner, and we’re getting first rounder Cooper DeJean next… plus possibly 3-5 RBs. Hopefully a few WR and we REALLY need a safety like Hudson Clark or Cole Bishop to stick

I noticed our numbers are bad this year for DB and RB, WR not great either. We used to have a small rotation of guys like Burkhead, Laird, and Nall at RB, and some DBs like Deluca, Sorenson,Cody Davis, Denbow, Breeze, Leavitt, Apke, but we lost a lot of those guys and desperately need to replace them.

This year our only real contributors were McCaffrey, Harrison Smith, Wingard, Blankenship, then a couple bottom of the roster guys like Dennow and Zayne Anderson. CMC was the only active RB in the league I think…

Next year is promising but we’re losing these dudes to age and replacement is necessary. We seem to have been in a tough year where our guys were cut and not replaced yet.
Don't mean to be a downer but Moss and Bonner barely played any CB, while Deluca, Davis, Denbow, Breeze, Leavitt and Apke were all WSTDs (I'm not even familiar with Denbow and I follow the NFL closely), with no regular playing time or anything close to it at safety. Similarly, Laird and Nall had very few touches at RB and are likely finished in the NFL having had no genuine opportunities (Nall already is). So when you're talking about "replacing" these guys, unfortunately they're pretty much non-entities at those verboten positions to the point that there's nothing to replace. The emergence of Blankenship is the only bright spot in recent years at either safety or cornerback.

Hopefully Moss will get more playing time in '24 and may become a starter at some point, and it's exciting to see what DeJean may develop into. But Burkhead was the only other White RB in the last decade besides McCaffrey to see a fair amount of playing time unless you want to count the last gasps of Peyton Hillis in '13 and '14, and the NFL's track record with regard to White RBs over the past 40+ years gives little hope that 3 to 5 White RBs are going to be drafted this year or otherwise get playing time. As always I hope I'm wrong.
 

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who was the man who almost caught at just past the 4:00 mark? that cat could really run, as well.
I think that was Alistair Crossdale - an English player who plays the same position (wing) as Rees-Zammit. I don't know much about him as I only really watch European rugby at the International level, but it looks like he has been on the fringes of the England squad in the past couple of years.

There are quite a few speedsters in rugby who have the raw physical tools to play running back, wide receiver, or defensive back - but the big challenge for any player trying to transition is developing the more specialised skills for American Football positions. To varying degrees, rugby players of any position need to be proficient at running with the ball, passing (laterally), tackling, kicking, and rucking. That means while players will naturally have strengths and weaknesses across those skills, at the international level the most effective players tend to be the ones who can do everything well - rather than one-trick ponies (unless that one trick is incredibly good!).
 

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Rees-Zammit is definitely the most high-profile rugby player to try and make the switch to the NFL. There have been a few try it out over the past decade, but tended to be guys who weren't quite at the top level or who were at a crossroads in their careers.

This guy is unusual because he is only 22 and is already an established international star player for Wales - it's a huge risk to give that up to try out a sport he's never played. In saying that I think he has a good chance of being a success, he's got good speed and at 6'3 has got the physical makings of a good wide receiver.

That bloke can really fly!! He will probably be turned into a linebacker or the “dreaded te/hb/fb” if he gets any shot at all. Hopefully if that’s the case Zammitt will tell the nfl to piss off and go back to rugby.
 

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But Burkhead was the only other White RB in the last decade besides McCaffrey to see a fair amount of playing time unless you want to count the last gasps of Peyton Hillis in '13 and '14, and the NFL's track record with regard to White RBs over the past 40+ years gives little hope that 3 to 5 White RBs are going to be drafted this year or otherwise get playing time. As always I hope I'm wrong.
Don't forget Danny Woodhead, one of my all-time favorite NFL running backs.
 

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David Shaw interviewed with the Chargers today. This fulfills the team's "Rooney Rule" obligation so that they can make an offer to a white coach (ie Jim Harbaugh). Apparently, the rule has grown so that teams now must interview two different non-whites (or women, maybe) for every vacancy, and the interviews must be done in person. The NFL has another rule that no coaches in the playoffs may interview in person until January 22nd - as such, the "virtual" interviews the Chargers did with black assistants over Zoom did not "count." (why would they bother, by the way?)

Anyway, David Shaw was last in the NFL in 2005 as a positions coach. His only head coaching experience was his extended stint with Stanford, which started well enough but really fizzled out at the end (Shaw resigned after consecutive 3-9 seasons). He didn't coach at all last year. Now, I get that Eric Bieniemy can only meet for so many steak dinners in a calendar week. It still seems like the blacks should have somebody better to trot out at this point.
 
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