NFL week 1

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hah, how about that, Gruden just said, "Hartline, the fastest dolphin, will be a factor"... what's up with Jon today? he didnt take his network pill? he just repeated it!
He said it in a matter of fact manner. He wasn't gushing when he said it with that idiotic grin of his...:dizzy:
 

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Week 1 was awesome from a caste viewpoint. Our guys really take the lead in this sport (just like all other sports).

Give a white athlete a chance and we win - doesn't matter the sport.

Would have only been better is Hillis had a better opportunity to run the ball and if Newton hadn't been gifted a fail proof debut.
 

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Too bad Woodhead didn't get 100, he was 1 play away from breaking off a big one, so shifty, he averaged right around 5 ypc without breaking off a run longer than 9 yards, but most of those shotgun runs are more about being quick and hard to get a long run so many unblocked defenders, I too would like to see more of those toss plays with the wide receivers blocking, Lawfirm was not effective for most of his runs. If he keeps up this pace he will have 1,000 rushing!


The Dolphins could have actually had a better chance to win this, they targeted Brandon Marshall like 25 times it seems. Hartline had a long catch called back because of a penalty on the line.
 
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indeed. with news of both Walter and Amendola injuries being not that serious, the only thing i would have hoped for is bigger night for Hillis. 100 yards, a TD, anything.
 

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Just a quick look at the 2nd game with the Raiders' offense on the field with the Broncos D, it's a blackfest. White TE for the Raiduhs and a couple of white o-linemen, and a COAL BLACK Donks defense. Jason Campbell looks terrible so far, nothing's changed.
 

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Great game From the Pats. I go from a high to a drowner in seeing the ALL affeletic Bronco defense. The DWFs at Mile High are going nuts. Man it's going a dicotamy pulling for Tebow.
 

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is Giordano starting? Scott is rotating, i don't see any other whites on Raiders defense.
 

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Out of 44 defensive starters for the four teams playing tonight, Rob Ninkovich was the only White one. 1 out of 44. . . no, there's no affirmative action employed by the NFL, it's a completely color blind meritocracy.
 

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Fasano with 82 yards, Welker with 160, Gronk with 86, Hartline with 47 and Woodhead with 69 rushing yards. Not bad!
yeah, not bad, Woody was one tackle from ripping off at least a 30 yarder. I agree BB needs to let Woody run on some sweeps, easy 15 yard pick ups. Good night, would great absent the Donks zulu defense.
 

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What a difference this second game is, compared to the first one. It's an unwatchable negro-fest, with an incompetent quoatback on one side, and of course Noshow Moreno, the #12 overall pick who isn't even half the RB Hillis is.
 
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Wes Welker 99 yard TD

[video=youtube;Zu6Y68sVEd8]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zu6Y68sVEd8&feature=colike[/video]
 

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If Tebow was playing this would be watchable, but he's not so I'll probably stop watching.
 

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This might be the alltime best CF Monday Night Football game ever. Just after that time that Riggins rushed for over 100 yards 30 years ago!!

And I missed the whole thing. :dodgy:
 

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That stiff-arm was the icing on the cake! Welker must have the highest motor in the history of the NFL to manage a 99.5 yard TD run, while holding a football in one hand and a lunch bucket in the other.
 
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That stiff-arm was the icing on the cake! Welker must have the highest motor in the history of the NFL to manage a 99.5 yard TD run, while holding a football in one hand and a lunch bucket in the other.

Indeed, a high motor is the only explanation!
 

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Man Tebow would dominate this game, especially in the wet weather, I remember when he destroyed Florida State when it was pouring down, running people over and chucking it deep.

Don't worry Colonel Reb, next week will be even funner with the Browns playing the Colts. Hopefully they stick to the power running game on the undersized Colts defense, would be stupid to try and use the WCO pass heavy philosophy on them. I really, really like seeing the Patriots dominate with guys like Welker who is so shifty, as well as Woodhead who is shifty and elite top end speed, but I love watching Hillis and some power football. Last year was great when the Browns played smash mouth football, not sure if they have any monday night games though but its the browns colts at 12 on Sun and then the Pats right after, hopefully we see two White guys rush for over 100 next week, Woodhead was close tonight.

The Browns should just use Evan Moore to stretch the d with the wide receivers on the underneath stuff, they could run two tight end sets like the Pats do. Screw coaches who have a "scheme", they get figured out, Bellicheck does what works and adjusts the game plan. The Pats pass out of run heavy formations and run out of pass heavy. Last week the Browns ran a few times out of power formations but played mostly out of shotgun with dumb playcalling, some of the best passes McCoy had were playaction from under center but the coach didn't learn.
 
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Indeed, a high motor is the only explanation!
Dang I wish I could have seen that! One thing though, I'm having trouble understanding this apparent caste-speak contradiction here. How does a "short" White man like Welker have such a high motor? I mean, it can't be that high, can it? If it is too far above his head, he won't be able to reach it and use it because everybody knows "White men can't jump." This one has me stumped! :confused:
 

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Woodhead looked great, He also had a nice reception for 20 something yards that was called back. I find the Patriots score more when he is on the field, than when lawfirm is on the field. Welker was burning those corners for Miami.
 

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Haha, good one Colonel! Yeah, something doesn't add up there lol. I think you've done a geometric proof- to prove the bogusness of the caste speak.
 

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I think Eric Decker is suffering from the same condition as Riley Cooper. Two tall, big WRs that we keep reading all preseason long about how the teams are high on, and come the regular season, they disappear. This is ridiculous.
 

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Woodhead looked great, He also had a nice reception for 20 something yards that was called back. I find the Patriots score more when he is on the field, than when lawfirm is on the field. Welker was burning those corners for Miami.

Yep, he was using some crafty route running to pull that off, same as Jordy Nelson last Thursday. Otherwise, there's no way these White WRs could beat these superhuman black CBs.:icon_rolleyes:
 

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Woodhead looked great, He also had a nice reception for 20 something yards that was called back. I find the Patriots score more when he is on the field, than when lawfirm is on the field. Welker was burning those corners for Miami.

He does everything better including blocking.
 
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