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Hopefully McCaffery starts speaking up about White players at RB right? I’ve always disliked Wilson and this is just more ammo for me to root against him and the Crawfords as they go into wakanda territory on the field and at the organizational level.

Sadly it's a HUGE DOUBLE STANDARD. If Cmac dared to speak up it would not end up well in my honest opinion. Let the results on the field speak for themselves. Other than Carson Steele gettting screwed over at least we had a few white rb's at the nfl combine. We will see what
happens at the NFL Draft.

The Steelers and Wilson deserve each other. I hope at some point TJ Watt moves on to another team.
 
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Hopefully McCaffery starts speaking up about White players at RB right?
I wish that would happen Leonardfan, but unless I'm missing something when McCaffrey has been asked/interviewed about being a white RB, it's almost like he avoids the truth and an aw shucks moment occurs. Surely, he's been around and or seen other great white athletes in his lifetime that have the ability to play running back in the NFL.
As much as I like McCaffrey he doesn't seem to want to bring the obvious to the forefront.
The obvious is: Other than the QB position, you have to be the best at your position, if you're white to play/start in the NFL. It's a difficult position for these white players to be in. McCaffrey, Kupp, Kelce, Watt, Harrison Smith earlier in his career and Luke Kuechly were all number 1 at their position and there was no other white players in between, maybe one at best. However, the rest of the players were black and most of them mediocre. There are now some exceptions at the TE position, but only recently.
CB's Bonner, Moss, and now Dejean will have to be the best in the league to start at CB. I will be very surprised if we ever see all three of these CB's starting in the NFL, but I hope I'm wrong.
 

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McCaffrey already has a huge target on his back simply by being not only the league's sole White starting RB, but a great one. "Speaking out" will only increase the chances of a defender taking out a knee, and the regime's media will not be sympathetic to anything Christian says about White RBs, rule number one is that Whites can never be presented in a positive or sympathetic way as a group. Christian's father Ed was regularly creamed by headhunting defenders after he and Wayne Chrebet ended the long drought of no White receivers reaching 1,000 receiving yards in 1998. Ed was one tough sonofagun, few others would have been able to take the beating he did.

Christian's been a great asset simply by being a great running back. It's up to more people like us pointing out the double standards and roadblocks so many White athletes face in football and basketball and how it's connected to the bigger picture, namely The Great Replacement. And as I've written more than a few times, clearly more people are waking up, it's part of the "vibe change" taking place. Our opponents never rest and neither can we, in fact we need to be more active and more effective not less.
 
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McCaffrey already has a huge target on his back simply by being not only the league's sole White starting RB, but a great one. "Speaking out" will only increase the chances of a defender taking out a knee, and the regime's media will not be sympathetic to anything Christian says about White RBs, rule number one is that Whites can never be presented in a positive or sympathetic way as a group. Christian's father Ed was regularly creamed by headhunting defenders after he and Wayne Chrebet ended the long drought of no White receivers reaching 1,000 receiving yards in 1998. Ed was one tough sonofagun, few others would have been able to take the beating he did.

Christian's been a great asset simply by being a great running back. It's up to more people like us pointing out the double standards and roadblocks so many White athletes face in football and basketball and how it's connected to the bigger picture, namely The Great Replacement. And as I've written more than a few times, clearly more people are waking up, it's part of the "vibe change" taking place. Our opponents never rest and neither can we, in fact we need to be more active and more effective not less.

Years ago posters on this Form wanted Peyton Manning and other White players to "speak out." They didn't, which raised some ire from some posters.

CMac's best option is also to avoid doing so. It wouldn't do any good. The best thing for him to do is have some more big seasons.
 

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Problem is no White man will speak out. Lol they need a black like Foxworthy to stir the pot as they are scared shitless and have been brainwashed with 60 years of propaganda to hate themselves and never collectively organize. Politically or in sports. So I guess we’ll just enjoy CMac and hope the other promising RBs we have don’t get immediately caste holed.

Meanwhile The Crawfords can boast about their All Black QB room and it’s great! Progress or something. Damn shame TJ Watt is stuck on the Pittsburgh plantation.
 

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McCaffrey already has a huge target on his back simply by being not only the league's sole White starting RB, but a great one. "Speaking out" will only increase the chances of a defender taking out a knee, and the regime's media will not be sympathetic to anything Christian says about White RBs, rule number one is that Whites can never be presented in a positive or sympathetic way as a group. Christian's father Ed was regularly creamed by headhunting defenders after he and Wayne Chrebet ended the long drought of no White receivers reaching 1,000 receiving yards in 1998. Ed was one tough sonofagun, few others would have been able to take the beating he did.

Christian's been a great asset simply by being a great running back. It's up to more people like us pointing out the double standards and roadblocks so many White athletes face in football and basketball and how it's connected to the bigger picture, namely The Great Replacement. And as I've written more than a few times, clearly more people are waking up, it's part of the "vibe change" taking place. Our opponents never rest and neither can we, in fact we need to be more active and more effective not less.
You are right about Ed being one tough SOB. Here’s a video of him getting revenge on a linebacker who took a cheap shot on him earlier in the game
 

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Yeah that’s for sure. It’s one of those types of hits where the angle is perfect allowing the guy delivering the blow to feel nothing besides exhilaration, and a boost of testosterone but the dude on the receiving end is completely wrecked! Like snapping a twig.
 

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I’ve always disliked Wilson and this is just more ammo for me to root against him and the Crawfords as they go into wakanda territory on the field and at the organizational level.
I remember several years ago when Wilson was part of Pete's Plantation, one preseason, the 90-man roster had 5 QBs, all of whom were black, and they did a lot of laughable, pathetic, and predictable black supremacist posing and preening.

I have to wonder if Wilson is dumb enough to actually believe his own BS when he says playing for Mike "Deer in the Headlights" Tomlin is such a great gift. If he does, talk about cutting off your nose to spite your face, preferring an inept black coach over a superior white coach who has a much better chance of leading the team to a Super Bowl.
 

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These two headlines say a lot about why Kenny Pickett was jettisoned out of Pittsburgh. It's all about the "locker room," which in Pittsburgh includes Mike Tomlin:

Russell Wilson, Justin Fields a 'night-and-day difference' from former Steelers QBs, teammate says​



'If You Even Knew Even Half of What He Was Dealing With': Aditi Kinkhabwala Doesn't Believe Kenny Pickett is 'Total Bust'

 

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The Steelers signed Scotty Miller to a one year deal. The good news is that Miller follows his head coach from last year, Arthur Smith of the Falcons, to the Steelers where Smith is now the offensive coordinator. The bad news is that Smith hardly played Miller last year as he had just 11 receptions all season.

The Steelers have a very weak group at receiver but it's still hard to get excited about this signing given the way Miller was(n't) used last year by Smith and with Mike Tomlin's long record of not playing White WRs or at best using them as kick returners and rarely on the field as receivers -- Gunner and Ryan Switzer come to mind.
 

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The Steelers signed Scotty Miller to a one year deal. The good news is that Miller follows his head coach from last year, Arthur Smith of the Falcons, to the Steelers where Smith is now the offensive coordinator. The bad news is that Smith hardly played Miller last year as he had just 11 receptions all season.

The Steelers have a very weak group at receiver but it's still hard to get excited about this signing given the way Miller was(n't) used last year by Smith and with Mike Tomlin's long record of not playing White WRs or at best using them as kick returners and rarely on the field as receivers -- Gunner and Ryan Switzer come to mind.
As a western PA native living in Florida, I’m always listening to “the fan” radio station.....The PM team scoffed at Scotty as if he’s just another run of the mill receiver...He should be the 3rd/4th easily.....l
 

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The Steelers signed 3rd round draft pick Payton Wilson.

 

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All three of the White players the Steelers drafted this year were state high school wrestling champions, and none of the blacks were. I'm not sure but I don't think a single Black player on the team wrestled in high school and I wonder how many across the NFL have.

Center Zach Frazier, taken in the second round, was a four-time state wrestling champion in West Virginia. Third round pick LB Payton Wilson went undefeated as a junior and won a state championship in North Carolina, and DT Logan Lee was a two-time state champion in Illinois.

Wrestling is yet another sport Whites dominate and contains a number of elements that translate well to football -- strength, quickness, tenacity, endurance and stamina among them. But defying all odds not to mention logic, Whites continue to be confined to a tiny minority when it comes to defense in the NFL, and are rather quickly being phased out of the offensive line, not to mention the long-standing taboos when it comes to running and receiving.
 
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I always assumed wrestling was a massive advantage for football players, both for offensive and defensive linemen

There was a heavyweight wrestler from a rival high school in the 80s who went on to wrestle and play offensive line at Iowa. He was the strongest man in the big ten conference at one point but never sniffed the nfl because he was supposedly too short to play offensive line at 6’1.

Oh and he was white
 

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All three of the White players the Steelers drafted this year were state high school wrestling champions, and none of the blacks were. I'm not sure but I don't think a single Black player on the team wrestled in high school and I wonder how many across the NFL have.

Center Zach Frazier, taken in the second round, was a four-time state wrestling champion in West Virginia. Third round pick LB Payton Wilson went undefeated as a junior and won a state championship in North Carolina, and DT Logan Lee was a two-time state champion in Illinois.

Wrestling is yet another sport Whites dominate and contains a number of elements that translate well to football -- strength, quickness, tenacity, endurance and stamina among them. But defying all odds not to mention logic, Whites continue to be confined to a tiny minority when it comes to defense in the NFL, and are rather quickly being phased out of the offensive line, not to mention the long-standing taboos when it comes to running and receiving.
Wrestling is arguably the sport that requires the greatest combination of athleticism and whites dominate yet they are seen as too unathletic to play in the nfl smh
 

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Absolutely thrilled it worked out for him! For Black fragility's sake.

 

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Absolutely thrilled it worked out for him! For Black fragility's sake.


Let's hope Tomlin's desperation move to blacken up the QB depth chart results in the end of his tenure. It's more and more obvious that Big Ben made him look much more competent than he actually is. The Steelers screwed over both Pickett and Rudolph this offseason. Pittsburgh's lack of development as it comes to Rudolph should be a huge talking point as they never fully developed him as the heir apparent to Big Ben. Tomlin is hoping a washed up Wilson or a never was Fields can somehow make this team competitive.
 

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Neither Wilson nor Fields are likely to help, but how will steeler fans react?

I think we know the answer.
 

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Mike "He's Never Had a Losing Season!!" Tomlin gets a three year extension and is now signed through 2027, which will mark 21 years as the Steelers' head coach by that time. His more appropriate nickname is Mike "Hasn't Won a Playoff Game in 8 Years!!" Tomlin but he will never get anything but love from the national media as this Weenieworld blurb shows.

Steelers signed HC Mike Tomlin to a three-year contract extension.
Per NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, Tomlin is now under contract through 2027. Tomlin, who has yet to have a losing season in his 17 years as the Steelers head coach, continues to find ways to string together wins despite coaching the last several years with subpar talent at quarterback. He led the Steelers to a 10-7 record last season with the help of Kenny Pickett, Mitchell Trubisky, and Mason Rudolph but was one-and-done in the playoffs for the fourth time in the last seven years. Tomlin has an 8-10 career record in the playoffs but hasn’t won a playoff game since 2016. With 2024 initially thought to be a do-or-die season for Tomlin, the front office is clearly ready to commit to him for another four seasons. While many unanswered questions remain at quarterback with Russell Wilson and Justin Fields now in tow, Tomlin’s defenses continue to carry the load. Under Tomlin, the Steelers’ defense has ranked in the top 10 in points allowed in 11 seasons and was sixth last season. Despite his team’s deficiencies, Tomlin always finds a way to keep the Steelers in the fight. While the roster still has holes to address before they can be considered a Super Bowl contender, the Steelers are willing to give Tomlin more time to solve those problems.
 

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You really weren't kidding when you said he'd be coach for life there! Rooney's man.
 
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