Oh, Canada!

Spooge

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Well its time for me to become a Canadian football fan. I live in Central Montana and the Canadian border is not too far from my neck of the woods. I've had it with the NFL. This year has been the worst and it has finally sank it that things are forever changed. The NFL has become one big Rap fest, filled with thugs. No skill posistion whites wanted. I will become a Tigercats fan (and root for Jesse.)
 

speedster

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I hate to tell you this RM but the group celebration dances they do in the CFL are enough to make you sick.Think of the"fun bunch"redskins of the early 80's times ten.You're right about the NFL rap and hip-hop thug culture.On Monday night it was so hard to watch that double-header.All you see is a bunch of black guys posing and jumping aroung and looking like apes.I didn't bother ordering the "NFL Ticket" this year because it would be a waste of money,so I'll just follow the white guys progress on NFL.com and watch hi-lites.
 

white is right

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They look even more idiotic when the lone white reciever joins in like a fool. Also doing this to stadiums with 20,000 fans(or less) makes this look like something out of Bull Durham or Major League.......
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castefootballer said:
Speaking of following the CFL. I think we should have a similar group thread started for the CFl, like we have for NFL and College Football.

We've discussed this before and the CFL just doesn't come up enough to have it's own board. In effect the 'NFL' board is really the Pro Football board and that's just fine.
 
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speedster said:
I hate to tell you this RM but the group celebration dances they do in the CFL are enough to make you sick.Think of the"fun bunch"redskins of the early 80's times ten.You're right about the NFL rap and hip-hop thug culture.On Monday night it was so hard to watch that double-header.All you see is a bunch of black guys posing and jumping aroung and looking like apes.I didn't bother ordering the "NFL Ticket" this year because it would be a waste of money,so I'll just follow the white guys progress on NFL.com and watch hi-lites.

What I find really interesting is that most CFL celebrations are team celebrations involving more than one player while virtually all NFL end zone dances seem to be one player (T.O. Chad Johnson, Randy Moss) celebrating their individual moment of glory.
 

White Shogun

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Ta Waki Mumba said:
What I find really interesting is that most CFL celebrations are team celebrations involving more than one player while virtually all NFL end zone dances seem to be one player (T.O. Chad Johnson, Randy Moss) celebrating their individual moment of glory.

That's because the NFL banned team celebrations, or those involving more than one player. a long time ago. They've also banned 'excessive' celebration by a single player, but that is open to the interpretation of the referree. Edited by: White Shogun
 
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