NFL Week 7

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Honestly, Geno Smith might’ve played his best NFL game last night…but New England’s defense is so mind-bogglingly putrid that it’s not surprising. Smith didn’t look terrible against the Broncos last week, either, until throwing a late pick-6. The Jets, who’ve played a difficult schedule, usually always play the Patriots tough. Now at 1-6, let’s hope that Rex eats through his stomach staples and is finally canned at season’s end.

It was fantastic to see Amendola returning kicks (he’s much faster than Pat Chung), score that leaping, twisting, go-ahead TD, and recovering that critical onside kick.

Here is the TD…
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Here is Rex Ryan’s hilarious reaction to his all-African defense getting torched by a white man…

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It reminded me of another “Kodak Moment” from a 2013 game involving Buddy Ryan’s other ****** son, Rob, after his tar-hued defense relinquished a last second TD to the Pats…

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It was a big confidence-builder after an unproductive season (how does one produce playing 10 snaps per game?), so let’s hope that Amendola earned himself a larger role in the offense going forward. Brandon LaFell has been surprisingly good of late, which isn’t a negative occurrence, as it could take attention away from our guys. Former 2[SUP]nd[/SUP] rounder, WR Aaron Dobson, was a healthy scratch again. If anyone is in jeopardy of being cut/traded, it’s him.

Edelman and Gronk had OK outings, but with so many 3-and-outs, it’s difficult to get into rhythm. Too bad LB Chris White didn’t play a snap, as former 1[SUP]st[/SUP] round bust, Dont’a Hightower, looked dreadful (as always) in his return to action. Future bust, Jamie Collins, was his usual invisible self. Skinner has speed and can blitz well, but lacks instincts. I remember Chris White during his days as a tackling-machine at Mississippi State. It's seems like he'll only play if one of their black LB's goes down. Reserve safety, Nate Ebner, was getting some defensive snaps in nickel/dime packages before a finger injury kept him out of several games. Kind of strange that he isn't playing through it...
 
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Yep. You would hear people saying that unlike Bill Clinton, George W. Bush was supposedly " a good Christian man."

In fairness to George Bush it appears he has been loyal to his wife for many years, or at least not so obviously cheating that it's common knowledge. He didn't get BJ's in the oval office, none that became front page news anyway. I DONT like George Bush but he did join a branch of the military, not bad mouth them, and he did learn to fly jet fighter aircraft.

Whatever drugs he did or didn't do were at a young age like about 95% of people. Clearly he didn't want to join the military but did it anyway, clearly he didn't want to be President but did it anyway, because he felt some duty to country or family, and while I hate the crappy job he did, at least he did it with some decency.

Joe Bidens sons situation is particularly disturbing. This turd is over 40 years old, married with 3 kids, some bigshot lawyer. He was able to get into the Navy at his age through some special program that only the super rich and powerful have access to, and he didn't have to show any special skill, pass any test mental or physical. The only test he had to pass was a drug test. And a 43 year old husband and father, an important lawyer in the community, failed because he is still snorting coke. Geez.
 

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Percy Harvin to Jets for a conditional pick.

Maybe they'll trade Decker then...

It will be interesting to see if Decker is still considered the number one receiver on the team. For all the noise about Percy Harvin and his superstar potential, in his 5 years in the NFL he has never had a 1,000 yard receiving year and the most TDs he has scored has been 6. Decker, on the other hand, is constantly talked about as if he has no potential yet has had 2 thousand yard seasons as well as two double digit TD seasons in just 4 total seasons.

BTW, I on this site awhile ago I reported that Percy Harvin was a complete headcase (I know - big shocker). I had sources that said that when he was reported to have missed games/practices due to "severe migraines" he was actually checked in to a modern mental hospital in Minnesota. No surprise he was suddenly jettisoned to to the Jets.
 

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In fairness to George Bush it appears he has been loyal to his wife for many years, or at least not so obviously cheating that it's common knowledge. He didn't get BJ's in the oval office, none that became front page news anyway. I DONT like George Bush but he did join a branch of the military, not bad mouth them, and he did learn to fly jet fighter aircraft.

Whatever drugs he did or didn't do were at a young age like about 95% of people. Clearly he didn't want to join the military but did it anyway, clearly he didn't want to be President but did it anyway, because he felt some duty to country or family, and while I hate the crappy job he did, at least he did it with some decency.

Joe Bidens sons situation is particularly disturbing. This turd is over 40 years old, married with 3 kids, some bigshot lawyer. He was able to get into the Navy at his age through some special program that only the super rich and powerful have access to, and he didn't have to show any special skill, pass any test mental or physical. The only test he had to pass was a drug test. And a 43 year old husband and father, an important lawyer in the community, failed because he is still snorting coke. Geez.
Not surprised, not one network on TV or the MSM reports any of this except Foxnews on its on line site. If this had be a conservative or republican, it would be non stop 24/7.
 

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In fairness to George Bush it appears he has been loyal to his wife for many years, or at least not so obviously cheating that it's common knowledge. He didn't get BJ's in the oval office, none that became front page news anyway. I DONT like George Bush but he did join a branch of the military, not bad mouth them, and he did learn to fly jet fighter aircraft.

Whatever drugs he did or didn't do were at a young age like about 95% of people. Clearly he didn't want to join the military but did it anyway, clearly he didn't want to be President but did it anyway, because he felt some duty to country or family, and while I hate the crappy job he did, at least he did it with some decency.

Joe Bidens sons situation is particularly disturbing. This turd is over 40 years old, married with 3 kids, some bigshot lawyer. He was able to get into the Navy at his age through some special program that only the super rich and powerful have access to, and he didn't have to show any special skill, pass any test mental or physical. The only test he had to pass was a drug test. And a 43 year old husband and father, an important lawyer in the community, failed because he is still snorting coke. Geez.
i guess humanity has sunken so low that this kind of behavior is all it takes to gain respect? loyal to his wife and only experimented with drugs as a young person and reluctantly fulfilling his duties, even though he did a poor job. Who knows the crap he did as a young person, social media wasnt big then.
 

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Bush's "fulfilling his duties" ended with doing a disappearing act when he was summoned to help his country during the Vietnam War. He's a low IQ rich boy born with a silver spoon who partied his way through Yale while becoming a member of Skull & Bones, and would have been lucky to successfully manage a Burger King if he hadn't been born into an American "aristocratic" family.
 

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Bush's "fulfilling his duties" ended with doing a disappearing act when he was summoned to help his country during the Vietnam War. He's a low IQ rich boy born with a silver spoon who partied his way through Yale while becoming a member of Skull & Bones, and would have been lucky to successfully manage a Burger King if he hadn't been born into an American "aristocratic" family.

I can't argue with your characterization of GW but I still think that joining the National Guard shows a lot more character then a college deferment or outright draft dodge.

How is it that the Viet Nam war was a phony sham that the elite tricked the US into fighting but every guy that dodged that phony war is a bum and a coward? Didn't those guys do the more honorable thing?

At least as a jet pilot in the National Guard if a major war had broken out with another super power, Bush would have been of some use in defending the country instead of dropping napalm on Viet Cong villages.
 
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I can't argue with your characterization of GW but I still think that joining the National Guard shows a lot more character then a college deferment or outright draft dodge.

How is it that the Viet Nam war was a phony sham that the elite tricked the US into fighting but every guy that dodged that phony war is a bum and a coward? Didn't those guys do the more honorable thing?

At least as a jet pilot in the National Guard if a major war had broken out with another super power, Bush would have been of some use in defending the country instead of dropping napalm on Viet Cong villages.

It didn't take any courage to oppose the Vietnam war, especially on a college campus to say the least.
 

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the following image should make any DWF ponder how there are so few White athletes at the skill positions in the NFL … of course, it won't.

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all the top quarterbacks entering the week are White, the top receiver in the NFL was a collegiate WALK-ON, a large chunk of the elite defensive players are White, including the un-drafted (and un-recruited by Division I programs) Paul Worrilow.

there is an obvious issue here. either A) the talent evaluation by so-called "experts" is horribly flawed, B) there is an anti-White agenda, or C) both.

how do more people not see the 800-pound gorilla in the room?
 

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Re Jimmy Chitwood's post, the typical, DWF, "politically correct" (ie, fawning to everyone at the expense of White men) response to obvious evidence of anti-White agendas in sports is:

- The White athletes in question are rare exceptions to the rule, and any other White athletes in whatever league being discussed are only there because their Whiteness secured them a position. "White athletes in general suck." Otherwise the league in question would be 100% Black, 100% Mexican, 100% gay, or whatever special interest needs propping up.

- The stats themselves are not actually true, or real. "They got those numbers against weak competition!" "The quarterback is targeting him because they're both White and they're all racist!"
Of course, this explanation is always, Always, ALWAYS a one-way explanation. It can never, ever be used to explain away any instance of Black success.

- just dumb luck.

DWFs are called drunk and dumb because that's exactly what they are. Pure, stupid, puerile, putrid idiots.
 

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At least as a jet pilot in the National Guard if a major war had broken out with another super power, Bush would have been of some use in defending the country instead of dropping napalm on Viet Cong villages.

Yes, I'm sure that even though Georgie was scared poopless of being shot down by the third world Vietcong, he would have heroically led the charge over Soviet air space had a "major war" broken out.

He joined the National Guard because it looked good on his resume as a substitute for going to Vietnam, plus Daddy was a WWII hero. The idea was always to avoid military service, at least the kind that involved any kind of danger.

All the "leaders" who have engaged this country in endless war and death and destruction since 9/11 (and usually before as well) were draft dodgers and armchair warriors. Passing legislation forcing the "commander in chief" and any members of his administration and all Congressmen who support undeclared, unnecessary wars to serve six months a year on the front lines would result in an instant return to this country's former wise policy of armed neutrality in foreign affairs.
 

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Rodgers to Nelson, 59 yard TD. Jordy sidestepped Roman Harper after the catch and was gone.
 

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Rodgers to Nelson, 59 yard TD. Jordy sidestepped Roman Harper after the catch and was gone.

Yes, the slow-footed Harper looked comical attempting to stop Nelson, who can run like a deer. Let's hope our best offensive athlete can log another 200+ yard performance, as he did against the Jets.
 

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Harper looked like he was knee deep in quick sand on that one. Made him look silly.
 

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The Black Panthuhs putting only 3 saltines on the field (Kuechly, Olsen, Kalil). The Packers have 9. Packers up 14-0.
 

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Nelson with 80 yards already...5 mins left in 1st quarter. The only thing that could slow him down today is the Packers blowing the Panthers out and shutting the offense down early.
 

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Baffling how front offices whose teams have standout white players on defense such as Carolina fail to realize that their defenses would become instantly better with an infusion of white talent.

And just as I was typing that, Packers score another rushing touchdown.
 

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Clay Matthews interception called back because of penalty.
 

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Wow, some of the throws that I've seen from sCam Newton are Geno Smith-esk. Isn't he supposed to be an "elite" QB? All of the sports media pundits have been echoing that.
 

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Wow, some of the throws that I've seen from sCam Newton are Geno Smith-esk. Isn't he supposed to be an "elite" QB? All of the sports media pundits have been echoing that.

At least three over-thrown passes so far.
 

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Sewerwater with 2 INT's already... and they said this guy would go ahead of Blake Bortles if the draft was redone today... puh-lease!
 

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Cam Newton can run, but his passing is inconsistent at best. He'd have been better off at another position. But the media and the billionaires desperately want black QBs.
 

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Colt McCoy in for Kirk Cousins. Does anyone know what happened to Cousins?
 
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