2010 New England Patriots

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  1. Westside

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    Yeah this simple f**k would never say, Looking at Vick, DeShawn Jackson and any non descript affelet to together on Eagles, reminds him of a Grambling game. I was indifferent to this caste a hole, now I see he as a poor man's uncle chris.
     
  2. mick phrom philly

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    I've said this same thing a number of times aloud when watching some games..."This is like watching Grambling vs. Grambling."
     
  3. Colonel_Reb

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    Enlightening find, Thrashen. The Caste masters realize they can't keep using the same old tired, worn-out lingo all the time, thus we see the Ivy League descriptions being used, not to mention 1940s and 1912 type players. Ivy League games are really fun to watch because they usually feature a lot of Whites and a lot of good, fundamentally sound football.
     
  4. white is right

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    Grambling plays more White players than the U no joke... [​IMG] [​IMG] I swear these commentators are so predictable it's so boring. Hey maybe he meant it as a compliment and he feels that Yale could win the national championship again.... [​IMG]
     
  5. Deadlift

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    IMO, the MSM is really starting to "fear" New England/Tom Brady.. they aren't too happy when they talk about the Jets' and Chicago getting crushed.

    They begrudgingly mention how Tom Brady has to be the MVP-Favorite at this moment. They also "notice" that the rest of the AFC doesn't look "super-powerful"... Though, yesterday morning, one ESPN guy did say that he could see a Pittsburgh or Baltimore win at NE in the playoffs.

    If Baltimore gets the wildcard berth, they have to get past their first opponent first.. I think Pittsburgh is even less "threatening" than Baltimore.

    Also, of note, some members of the MSM seem to want Philip Rivers' in the playoffs as they think it will strengthen the AFC postseason. Some big games are coming up like San Diego/San Fran on Thursday and Kansas City/St. Louis, with huge implications. I'm rather ambivalent about the outcome of the latter. With San Fran, though, if the DWFs favorite "whipping-boy," Alex Smith, were to triumph, I might not be saddened. It's a Thursday game, and I think it will be competitive.
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  6. Woody

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    Does anyone remember how New England was completely written off after the Randy Moss trade? I must have heard every "expert" on NFL Network say that they were set back a few years, this was clearly now a rebuilding year and probably the year after, and that New Englandhas basically giving up on any chance to win the Super Bowl, and they know it. Does anyone else remember this?
     
  7. DegradationParadox

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    http://itiswhatitis.weei.com/sports.../cris-carter-blasts-patriots-over-moss-trade/

    All-Pro Retard, Cris Carter was also very critical of the Patriots for dropping one-dimensional Randy Moss.

    How wrong he was about the Pats offense not being "championship caliber"!
     
  8. Bart

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    Welker, Woodhead and Gronkowski have accounted for 15 of Brady's 29 TD passes. A. Hernandez has caught 4 TD's. I'm wondering how he is viewed on this site. His mother is Italian and his father Puerto Rican.

    I have no idea what his father looks like. I had a childhood friend whose family was from Puerto Rico. He had very white skin and light brown hair. His family on both sides was originally from Spain.

    Just curious.
     
  9. white is right

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    Hernandez is probably 100 percent White. I have seen some photos where he isn't tanned and his hair isn't kinky. But then again I seen some photos were he looks like he could be partially ******* because of his dark tan. Some Southern Euros look like this too, though.
     
  10. Westside

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    Bart, I have no problem with A. Hernandez. In a smaller way he is a castebuster. Besides, he seems to be a good dude, and can play, and unlike most affeletic tightends, he doesn't have alligator arms.
     
  11. Toby Hillis

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    Agreed. He fits in with the only truly "diverse" offense in the league; The New England Patriots.
     
  12. Freethinker

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    I support him. I think the average fan would see him on the field as White. Of course, when they see his last name they may reconsider.
     
  13. backrow

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    seeing how i play rugby with no less than 4 Hernandez's of both Spanish and Argie descent (and they are all white), i would never base my assumption of his race on his last name alone. white in my books.
     
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    Interesting paradox, isn't it? Hernandez is, for all intents and purposes, white, and so from the scouts/coaches/recruiting services angle, he did not get any favors, as he is not a "great black athlete", as former Colorado coach Bill McCartney might say.

    Yet, many DWF's will root for him or other players with Spanish surnames because they look at them as minorities who have not received the "spoils" that evil white folks have received, even if they are whiter than they are.[​IMG]
     
  15. Tom Iron

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    Some dope of a black D linemen was able to get himself suspended by the Patriots. Wonderful timing. Just before the playoffs. They just seem to have an unbelievable knack for lousing themselves up.

    Tom Iron...
     
  16. Don Wassall

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    After dealing with Randy Moss, it's highly unlikely Belichick would want this headache. From Weenieworld:

    Chad Ochocinco sent the Boston Herald's Ian Rapoport a Twitter message Monday suggesting that he'd welcome a trade to the Patriots this offseason. Answering Rapoport's analysis that the Patriots have a need at receiver, Ochocinco tweeted: "PePe and Bill #EPIC." Pepe is apparently another of Ocho's alter egos and Bill is, of course, Belichick. Ochocinco has soured on Bengals coach Marvin Lewis, stating that he doesn't know if the two can "co-exist" at this point. Belichick loves a good bargain, but it's hard to picture him bringing aboard another declining, attention-seeking receiver after the Randy Moss drama last September.
     
  17. Bart

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    Belichick likes positive role models. He might consider trading the trash talking, disruptive Welker for a team oriented afflete like Ocho Cinco. Just sayin.
     
  18. jaxvid

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    One of the national radio sports shows today was giving Belichick grief over the Welker benching, like us here. He was making the comparison with Cromartrie and Braylon Edwards and the treatment they got from their coach. It was a rare glimpse of common sense from that show. Shows how much winning means to those turds.
     
  19. whiteathlete33

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    Looks like business as usual for a young brutha.

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    that a Florida lawyer for two gunshot victims is accusing Patriots S
    Brandon Meriweather of shooting two men outside a house party on
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    We're packing it in for the night, and must be clear: This
    story is totally unconfirmed. Whether or not it's true, it's probably
    going to be big news on Thursday. According to attorney John Morgan,
    Meriweather's friend beat up a woman, and things escalated into a brawl
    when the woman's brother arrived at the party. Meriweather is accused
    of pulling a gun, and shooting the brother and another man. The brother
    was "grazed," and the other man was hit in the head. No arrests have
    been made.
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  20. Van_Slyke_CF

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    This is a strange story from what I've read so far. I guess we shouldn't be surprised when the "people" involved are a bunch of dirtbag Negroes.
     
  21. Carolina Speed

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    Just saw an interesting mock draft in my local paper, having The Patriots taking a RB Leshoure, Illinois. With Green-Ellis having 1,000 yds. and Woodhead averaging 5.6 yds./carry, what's going on with that, New England connection? Any truth to that my NE brothers.

    Very dissapointing, if this happens, I'm wanting to see whatD. Woodheadcan do with200plus carries, maybe another whiteRB to get 1,000 yds?
     
  22. snow

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    Yes this is a confusing situation, every time I read a mock for the Patriots it has them taking a back. Some want to replace Sammy Morris but I don't see why you would need Leshoure who is rated in the top. You could get a 3rd string runningback to come in just in case someone gets injured in the later rounds, or undrafted just like Green-Ellis and Woodhead. I would love to see Woodhead get 200 but I don't know if Woodhead would ever get that many with the Patriots. I think hes going to be a guy that gets 1,000 from scrimmage every year though, which he did last year if you count the playoff game since he missed the first game being with the Jets.

    One thing is for sure, Bellicheck never drafts the way anybody is expecting, and I think the only runningback he has taken in the top rounds was Mauroney and he learned from that mistake and I doubt he will take one before round 5 any time soon.
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  23. chris8812

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    Right on Snow, I agree with your conjecture about Bellicheck. There is no way they take anyone any earlier then the 5th. Think about it for years people were clamoring for a replacement for Kevin Faulk, even when Maroney was there Faulk got the bulk of the carries in crucial situations. If you remember in the playoff game Woodhead had 21 total touches, you don't give the ball that much to someone you are not satisfied with. If anything Woodhead will remain in the same role, while they try to work in another back with the Law Firm. Woodhead will get at least 50% of the carries next year, if not more. Write it down, BB will not draft a back. More likely he brings in UDFA to compete with Morris, and Green-Ellis and to give them another camp body. Dan Derking much? That is a dream world, they would be bashed for having two white backs. But hey one can dream.
     
  24. Mighty Joe

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    There's rumors that versatile defender Matt Roth is a favorite of the Pats and could sign with them.If he does they will have a defense to root for [relatively speaking]with him ,Wright,Ninkovich and possibly Fletcher starting.Fletcher looks like a promising player in 8 games with no starts
    he recorded over 20 tks,2 sks a forced fumble and an interception all from
    the inside position as an UDFA.By comparison Rolando Mcclain the top linebacker in 2010 started 15 games and recorded just over 80 tks ,0.5 sks an interception and no FFs.Mcclain made virtually no big plays wheras
    Fletcher proved to be an athletic playmaker everytime he saw the field.The Patriots Green Bay,Cleveland,Houston,the Rams the Redskins and maybe the Bills are teams that could start 4 Whites on D,a critical number imo as 5 would be roughly half White and six majority White.If these teams do well on D compared to the coal teams then the perception of White defensive players should change for the better.
     
  25. snow

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    Good news about Matt Roth, hopefully he has the pieces to run the type of defense he wants to run, the last few years didn't look like a typical BB defense like he had back in the day scheme wise.

    looks like we were wrong about Bellicheck drafting a runningback, but I am trying to stay optomistic, behind Woodhead and Lawfirm they had zero depth. Dwfs are saying Vereen might get Faulk's role but any realanalysistwill tell you that job already belongs to Woodhead which he excelled in last year.Edited by: snow
     

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