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What cause? Didn't Tyrod get put back in the driver's seat? Or is the "diss" of temporarily benching a loudmouthed racist negro too much for (((Kellerman's))) sensitive feelings?
 

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What cause? Didn't Tyrod get put back in the driver's seat? Or is the "diss" of temporarily benching a loudmouthed racist negro too much for (((Kellerman's))) sensitive feelings?

Bingo. It was disrespectful to bruva man Tyrod.
 

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What cause? Didn't Tyrod get put back in the driver's seat? Or is the "diss" of temporarily benching a loudmouthed racist negro too much for (((Kellerman's))) sensitive feelings?

The same argument they used for Squidward to get a job(stats) is the same reason they used for Thyroid's benching. Squidward and Thyroid are a lot of like. Low TO ratio because they hardly challenged defenses down the field. To the common dwf and non-football fan, that would seem like the makings of an intelligent qb, Yet Thyroid was almost near the bottom of the list in pass attempts. One of the main criticism of Thyroid was if first read was not there he would always run. If he did scan the field he would miss open receivers.
 

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At least Hundley has essentially played his way out of being viewed as a valuable commodity. I remember back in the summer people were saying the Packers could potentially trade him for a high draft pick to a team looking for a franchise QB. That is not the case anymore. Sticking with the NFC north - I think Trubisky is going to have a great sophomore campaign. He has played well this year - I thought that he needed a year to sit but he has proved me wrong especially considering the garbage team around him and inept head coach.
 

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At least Hundley has essentially played his way out of being viewed as a valuable commodity. I remember back in the summer people were saying the Packers could potentially trade him for a high draft pick to a team looking for a franchise QB. That is not the case anymore. Sticking with the NFC north - I think Trubisky is going to have a great sophomore campaign. He has played well this year - I thought that he needed a year to sit but he has proved me wrong especially considering the garbage team around him and inept head coach.

I agree. The Bears have opened up playbook for Trusbisky and he has been able to execute having more responsibility. If FO can fire Fox and hire offensive minded coach, it would do wonders for his career. He also needs upgrades at receiver. Tanner Gentry needs to be activated. He and Trubisky have good chemistry.
 

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I agree. The Bears have opened up playbook for Trusbisky and he has been able to execute having more responsibility. If FO can fire Fox and hire offensive minded coach, it would do wonders for his career. He also needs upgrades at receiver. Tanner Gentry needs to be activated. He and Trubisky have good chemistry.

Shaheen has come on as of late too. He is looking like "Baby Gronk"!
 

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Highly drafted quarterbacks used to get two years to prove themselves; now White ones get two weeks. Terry Bradshaw didn't begin to realize his "upside" until his fifth season.

ESPN's Dan Graziano reports the Broncos plan to start Paxton Lynch against the Raiders in Week 12. Things have been trending this way since Sunday's (latest) loss. Official word is expected to come Wednesday. Lynch showed very little in two rookie starts, but the Broncos have nothing to lose as they play out the string of a lost season. They need to find out if their 2016 first-rounder has anything resembling a future under center. Lynch couldn't ask for a softer opponent than a Raiders team generating essentially zero pressure or turnovers.
 

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Highly drafted quarterbacks used to get two years to prove themselves; now White ones get two weeks. Terry Bradshaw didn't begin to realize his "upside" until his fifth season.

ESPN's Dan Graziano reports the Broncos plan to start Paxton Lynch against the Raiders in Week 12. Things have been trending this way since Sunday's (latest) loss. Official word is expected to come Wednesday. Lynch showed very little in two rookie starts, but the Broncos have nothing to lose as they play out the string of a lost season. They need to find out if their 2016 first-rounder has anything resembling a future under center. Lynch couldn't ask for a softer opponent than a Raiders team generating essentially zero pressure or turnovers.

Pretty sure he won both his starts including one against Jameezzz. Hopefully Elway gives the kid a leash and lets him develop. I hope he is on the lookout for an offensive minded head coach or coordinator as we see what a difference competent coaching can do for a QB.
 

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Theilen on BSPN NFL's homepage. Featured story. Pretty complimentary. I could not detect any overt castespeak.
 
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Theilen on BSPN NFL's homepage. Featured story. Pretty complimentary. I could not detect any overt castespeak.

ESPN has no choice but to celebrate Theilen as he has the second most receiving yards in the NFL with 916. Only Antonio Brown has more with 1,026. ESPN can get away with calling a B- grade player a C grade player, but they simply must treat an A grade player as an A grade player or else they will feel the wrath of their viewers.

I've noticed that any article about the Vikings online is full of comments from readers who are calling for Keenum to be the starter for the remainder of the season. Courtney Cronin gave a report on the Vikings today on ESPN and only had positive things to say about Keenum, Theilen, and Rudolph. She didn't mention the B word or say the word "controversy", which she did in her article Sunday night that included a comments section full of angry Vikings fans demanding a full endorsement of Keenum.

It looks like the people have won this battle over the "experts" in online comments sections.
 
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DWFs still don't comprehend that the NFL practices affirmative action (anti-White discrimination) just like the government and Corporate America do, but they want White sports heroes in a society that is replacing and marginalizing White men as rapidly as possible in all spheres of life.

Adam Thielen’s Jersey Sales Jump
The rest of world now wants a piece of Thielen, whose jersey is now in the top four.
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Minnesota Vikings wide reciever Adam Thielen is having his best week ever and it continues to look up. Kent Erdahl of KARE 11 states that after Thielen’s fantastic performance versus the Los Angeles Rams, and increased national attention, his jersey sales have jumped 300 percent.

Yes, you read that right: 300 percent. The online retailer Fanatics (they operate the NFL’s official website) says that Thielen is now in the top four of jersey sales. Last week he was number eight, hence the 300 percent increase.

Local stores are also having a hard time keeping up with the increased demand for Thielen’s jerseys. Scheel’s Sporting Goods in Mankato had to special order jerseys for a signing that Thielen did two years ago. But now Brandon Sheels, store leader says he can barely keep them in stock. “Adam is our number one jersey seller this month. Number one of all the product we sell actually. The better he performs, the better the product sells. We're completely sold out of (kids) jerseys, so the only thing we have in stock right now is the Adam Thielen T-shirts.”

Thielen’s Cinderella story is one of the best in the NFL right now. With six more regular season games left and talk of Minnesota going into the postseason, expect Thielen’s on the field and jersey numbers continue to rise.

https://www.dailynorseman.com/2017/11/20/16683562/adam-thielen-jersey-sales-jump
 
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DWFs still don't comprehend that the NFL practices affirmative action (anti-White discrimination) just like the government and Corporate America do, but they want White sports heroes in a society that is replacing and marginalizing White men as rapidly as possible in all spheres of life.

Adam Thielen’s Jersey Sales Jump
The rest of world now wants a piece of Thielen, whose jersey is now in the top four.
by skelly10

Minnesota Vikings wide reciever Adam Thielen is having his best week ever and it continues to look up. Kent Erdahl of KARE 11 states that after Thielen’s fantastic performance versus the Los Angeles Rams, and increased national attention, his jersey sales have jumped 300 percent.

Yes, you read that right: 300 percent. The online retailer Fanatics (they operate the NFL’s official website) says that Thielen is now in the top four of jersey sales. Last week he was number eight, hence the 300 percent increase.

Local stores are also having a hard time keeping up with the increased demand for Thielen’s jerseys. Scheel’s Sporting Goods in Mankato had to special order jerseys for a signing that Thielen did two years ago. But now Brandon Sheels, store leader says he can barely keep them in stock. “Adam is our number one jersey seller this month. Number one of all the product we sell actually. The better he performs, the better the product sells. We're completely sold out of (kids) jerseys, so the only thing we have in stock right now is the Adam Thielen T-shirts.”

Thielen’s Cinderella story is one of the best in the NFL right now. With six more regular season games left and talk of Minnesota going into the postseason, expect Thielen’s on the field and jersey numbers continue to rise.

https://www.dailynorseman.com/2017/11/20/16683562/adam-thielen-jersey-sales-jump

Recently at National Review, military historian Victor Davis Hanson mentioned the AA preferences given to blacks throughout society. Hanson then lamented the anthem protests despite the NFL being "a meritocracy." Hanson called the NFL "80 % black," which to him is due to "merit."

This was only a couple of sentences in a lengthy article. VDH thinks there are no racial preferences in sports while acknowledging them everywhere else.
 

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It really is quite easy to mock caste speak, at least for me. And quite frankly we need to do a better job of swatting the hanging fast ball over the center of the plate that the SJW serve up everyday.
 

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Recently at National Review, military historian Victor Davis Hanson mentioned the AA preferences given to blacks throughout society. Hanson then lamented the anthem protests despite the NFL being "a meritocracy." Hanson called the NFL "80 % black," which to him is due to "merit."

This was only a couple of sentences in a lengthy article. VDH thinks there are no racial preferences in sports while acknowledging them everywhere else.

Not surprising, given that the "DWF Mentality" seems to fully transcend political affiliations, with those on the "right" and the "left" erroneously believing that blacks are superior athletes. The average far-left ESPN analyst (say, Mike Greenberg) probably has a very similar view of race in sports as David Duke or Richard Spencer or Ann Coulter.

The Neoconservative cucks at the "National Review" produced some of the most viscous anti-Trump articles I read throughout the entire 2016 campaign season. They were so balls-to-the-wall "Never Trump" in 2016 that they dedicated an entire publication to trying to turn potential voters against DJT. Oops...

http://www.nationalreview.com/article/430126/donald-trump-conservatives-oppose-nomination

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Sean the cuck Mcdermott going back to thyroid. Its back to rooting against them.

I think Buffalo will be getting into the QB sweepstakes during the draft. Luckily it's a deep and very white QB draft class. I doubt the Bills will draft Eraserhead because once you take away his running ability he is going to be toast in the NFL.
 

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I think Buffalo will be getting into the QB sweepstakes during the draft. Luckily it's a deep and very white QB draft class. I doubt the Bills will draft Eraserhead because once you take away his running ability he is going to be toast in the NFL.

Hopefully this will change as soon as they are officially out of playoff hunt. Peterman should get another shot. One game is what dwfs use to declare white qbs as busts. People are already saying Peterman is not answer for franchise after one game. That is absurd.
 

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Ben Roethlisberger threw 5 interceptions in a game this year and he's a Hall of Fame quarterback.

Peterman was a rookie in his first game. To completely dismiss him after one game because he threw interceptions is ludicrous. It's motivated by anti-white racism.
 

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Zach Zenner played 4 snaps for the Lions on Sunday. No touches and I don't he think he was targeted, His competition Dwayne Washington is listed as OUT for the Thanksgiving Day game so I'm hoping the Lions utilize Zenner this week. I have a feeling he gets some carries. The running game is atrocious and they should want to mix it up. He helped late last season so maybe......
 

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Ben Roethlisberger threw 5 interceptions in a game this year and he's a Hall of Fame quarterback.

Peterman was a rookie in his first game. To completely dismiss him after one game because he threw interceptions is ludicrous. It's motivated by anti-white racism.

I have a rule and I've mentioned it before. I never judge an athlete after one performance. It's down right ignorant to do so.
 

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From a fantasy football site:

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
Alex Okafor tore his Achilles on Sunday and is done for the year. He was on pace for a solid 43-26-7.5 and had been a pleasant surprise for both the Saints and fantasy owners. Unfortunately for Okafor the contract he signed was a low one year "prove it" deal so he will probably be right back in the same situation in 2018. Fortunately for the Saints, they have rookie third-round pick Trey Hendrickson waiting in the wings to step in. Hendrickson is 6-5-2 on the season with a forced fumble but has looked better on the field than the numbers would suggest.
 

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Zach Zenner played 4 snaps for the Lions on Sunday. No touches and I don't he think he was targeted, His competition Dwayne Washington is listed as OUT for the Thanksgiving Day game so I'm hoping the Lions utilize Zenner this week. I have a feeling he gets some carries. The running game is atrocious and they should want to mix it up. He helped late last season so maybe......
Zenner had more yards in college than all backs on his team combined did. Detroit fans are mystified why this guy is getting screwed. Green Bay fans also mystifief by Janus treatment. I will bet the Packers are waiting for Jordy to go down before they ever dare to put another white guy on yhe field! Janis has one scenario for paying time. One white spot allowed at a time.
 
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Not surprising, given that the "DWF Mentality" seems to fully transcend political affiliations, with those on the "right" and the "left" erroneously believing that blacks are superior athletes. The average far-left ESPN analyst (say, Mike Greenberg) probably has a very similar view of race in sports as David Duke or Richard Spencer or Ann Coulter.

Caste Football is unfortunately unique in our promotion of Whites as superior athletes. A lot of racially aware people like to go the "Whites are smarter, blacks are more athletic" route because it makes them sound more "balanced," regardless of what the statistics (Whites winning 65% of the medals in the Summer Olympics and 90% of the medals in the Winter Olympics despite being only 8% of the world's population) say. Even my husband, who's as Alt-Right as I am, says that "White people use our brains, black people use their bodies."
 

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I was thinking what became of Tylor Gaffney. Last I heard he was on the PATS practice squad. Does any CFer know more than that?
 
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