2010 Week 17

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  1. Jimmy Chitwood

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    HUGE interception by the oft-forgottenWill Herring ... who i mentioned before. those general managers and scouts all know more than we do. [​IMG]

    edited: to remove me bragging on myself. [​IMG]Edited by: Jimmy Chitwood
     
  2. Westside

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    Watching this Rams game. From a CF perspective, I want Them to win the Super Bowl. They remind of the 1979 Rams , u know at least half white on both sides. But their not playing well. Bradford just got intercepted.
     
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    Damn not looking good for them. As usaully alot of key drops by u know who.
     
  4. Toby Hillis

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    The interception was NOT Bradford's fault, despite what Chrissy tells us. After watching the replay it's obvious the WR could not make up his mind, ran one way then stutter-stepped, cut off his route,causing the interception. How can I see that but a "professional" color analyst can't?
     
  5. Westside

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    Another reason I want Seattle to lose is that mother F'n head coach of theirs. Peter "affirmative A hole" Carrol.
     
  6. Westside

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    Damn life is not fair most of the time. Oh well, please Green Bay don't fail us next week.
     
  7. Colonel_Reb

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    Sad to see St. Louis lose and not make the playoffs, but maybe it will help the coaches make needed changes and Whiten up the offense.
     
  8. Don Wassall

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    Yep, the offense is where the Rams have problems. Amazing that Amendola was only thrown to twice the whole game. . .
     
  9. Don Wassall

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    Charlie Whitehurst just looks (and plays) like a football player. He stepped in tonight with very little experience and led Seattle to a playoff berth. Edited by: Don Wassall
     
  10. sport historian

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    Funny thing, the 1979 Rams were strong on defense, but weak at WR. I recall a Pro Football Weekly columnist writing, "The Rams have no wide receivers." He was talking about Billy Waddy, Preston Dennard, and Ron Smith. Not exactly legendary names.
     
  11. sport historian

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    The NFL Network has a Top 10 show called "The 10 Best Coaches Never To Win a Super Bowl." Fisher, or course, is one of them. The commenters praised Fisher lavishly. One said that if Fisher lost his job with the Titans, he would have another job the next day.

    Incidentally, a friend of mine is a Titan season ticket holder. He tells me that most fans want Fisher gone.
     
  12. foobar75

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    I'd actually like to see Fisher gone, and AHDIW picked over by Bud Adams in that battle. We're virtually guaranteed to see him have another meltdown at some point next season, which should hopefully be the nail in the coffin of his NFL career.
     
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    "I've noticed it even in women's golf -- it's all women but an announcer will refer to the competitors as "people." The way the English language has been used in service to Cultural Marxism is everywhere around us but not always easy to discern unless it's pointed out. George Carlin was a genius at poking fun at it, but the average American has no clue. I've always been tuned in to the way English has been perverted in service to the ruling class, but few Americans are."
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    Good point Don.

    Many times the use of certain words is very subtle, but other times quite blatant. This has been done for quite awhile now. It certainly would bring a smile to Dr Goebells (the first real propagandist) lips, were he alive today.

    Another small point on language and its use. I was trained in the use of language from an early age. Even though I didn't even know that training was occuring and was not a good academic student. I'm absolutely disgusted in the way our language has been abused in the last 20-30 years or so. The use of euphamisms is out of control. I always needle people when they try to use language like that around me.
    Many of our laders of the town council and board of ed aren't happy in the least to see me at their meetings because of my constant "Points of Order" ("Roberts Rules of Order" - a weapon, if correctly used) over their idiotic use of language.
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    As far as the season went. I think it was an overall plus for us. Many new White players came on the NFL scene and there'll be more. The tide has turned I think, finally in our favor. The people in the media will put the best face on it they can, but the era of this black supremacy in the NFL is going to end and 2010 is the year it turned around. Of course, a lot of the credit for this turnaround has to be given to the blacks themselves. They just came apart in every sense of the word all over the league. They're their own worst enemies.

    Tom Iron...
     
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    Tim Tebow has locked the starting job for next year. I lurked on some Broncos' fan pages and they absolutely love him. One guy was going off on the announcer who, prior to a hail mary attempt, surmised that Tebow couldn't throw a ball 65 yards - Tebow promptly bombed it into the end zone. This is distinguished from the Sunday Night game early in the season where Crissy Collinsworth kept saying McNabb could throw 80 yds from his knees.

    The Rams game was so frustrating. There were three absolutely critical drops in the second half by Rams affletes; two by Dasumthing Alexander and one by an afflete tight end. The only advice I can give Bradford is next time target Amendola and Bajema.

    Hope Woodhead recovers for the first playoff game. He took a helmet to helmet hit and dropped the ball, which indicates to me that he was briefly unconcious. He got up wobbly. Concussions have been a bitch for CF this year.
     
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    Danny Amendola led the league in all purpose yards with 2,364, a 144 yards more than runner-up Arian Foster. It makes you wonder why the Rams most reliable receiver was so under-utilized in such an important game. Maybe the thought of a white human [​IMG] leading the league in what could be argued is the most important offensive catagory is too much for the caste system to bear. Better to miss the playoff's and the division title than to let that happen.
    I guess they noticed to late into the season to stop this from occurring.Edited by: Wristshot
     
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    It occured to me the other day that every Northern Division team, except the Lions, has beaten the Eagles; in fact, the Vikings (who had nothing to play for and were fielding an awful quotaback) handled them pretty convincingly. I hope the Packers take care of business.
     
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    Shannon Sharpe's jealously-ridden penis-envy was all too palpable. That Ebonics-emitting horse-face saw a young white man blazing past bumbling, slow-poke Africans"¦and he made the all too familiar decision to denigrate him. As Bart said, the plodding Sharpe had great hands, but was never known for his speed, agility, or athleticism.

    I believe it was the pot-bellied Caste Larva, Boomer Esiason, who uttered "where do they find these guys?!"Â￾ directly after Sharpe's lispy, racist comments regarding Edelman's punt return. Several weeks ago, Esiason stated that: "With Welker, Woodhead, and Edelman, the Patriots offense looks like an Ivy League team!"Â￾

    The "CBS Halftime Gang"Â￾ of James Brown, Boomer Esiason, Bill CowTurd, Dan Marino, and Shannon Sharpe certainly rival the primitive Affirmative Action Experiment over at the odiously Africanized "NFL Network"Â￾ in terms of openly anti-white commentary.

    The Old Lies are dying. These sort of bigoted comments are further evidence that the Caste Organism can literally feel itself decomposing.
     
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    Indeed, it was Esiason with the Ivy League comment. A local black analystsaid ofTom Brady, "Does anyone know who he's throwing to up there? Wes Welker? Who are those guys?"

    At this point I would think even the caste clowns must concede that Welker is one of the best receivers in the game. His excellence is undeniable and evidenced bythe video game type stats he's put up for years. Gronkowskiis alreadyone of the best pass receiving tight ends in the game as a rookie (in addition to being an excellent blocker). Edelman is an athletic freak who has shown flashes of his limitlessupside while Woodhead has proven to be one the the league's most explosive players.

    Anyone unfamiliarwith this casthasn'tbeen paying attentionand or hatesWhite men. I wonder when oneof these idiots will dispense with the "looks like the 1950s, 1920s, Ivy League" bull and just say what they really mean; "Those men are white, they're kicking ass, and Ihate it". Edited by: Latspread
     
  20. GiovaniMarcon

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    To me, when people make obviously-racist statements like "these people look like an Ivy League team!" -- making the double-racist implication that Ivy League schools exclude non-Whites (LAUGHABLY untrue) AND must stink athletically because they are White, I wonder if they would find it as humorous if someone observed that certain NFL teams look like Compton circa 1991, or a prison, or an unemployment line, Welfare office, skid row, so on, so forth...
     
  21. Don Wassall

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    Frank Gifford on MNF for a while would refer to offensive lines as "housing projects." At that time o-linemen were about 75 to 80 percent White, but some professionally offended person objected for racial reasons and Frank never used the term again.
     
  22. Bart

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    Thrashem, I agree with everything you say in your post, but I'm on the fence about Boomer.

    I'll tell you why. I don't have cable so I listen to radio broadcasts while working out or performing tasks around the house. Boomer often does games for Westwood One and one evening I tuned in to catch a Patriots game.

    I was shocked at how complimentary he was to several of the White players on both teams.At a critical juncture of the game the Pats lined up Welker, Edelman and Woodhead, Boomer said this was going to be a huge mismatch because they were the quickest guys on the field. Previous to that comment he said Welker was a great player and uncoverable. It sticks in my mind because he was really gushing about them throughout the game.

    He did say something like, "Where does Belichick find these guys?"

    So, I'm thinking he really is impressed by them and would like to say, "Hey, look at these super quick, dynamite, athletic White players dominating the supposed uber affletes." "And why is Belichick the only coach willing to recruit players no one else is interested in?"

    He would like to draw attention to the fact that they are White but can't do so for obvious reasons. It's safer to make a quip about Ivy League schools, and so forth. That way he draws attention to their color without raising red flags.

    What do you think? I could be way off base, I guess.
     
  23. Jack Lambert

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    I'm guessing he said it to get a laugh out of loser Shannon Sharpe on CBS. If he is that complimentary on the radio, that is.
     
  24. white is right

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    No why else would he say that about guys that didn't even attend non Ivy League schools with high academic standards ie Standford or Notre Dame. Edited by: white is right
     
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    I was a big fan of his too. Really disappointing to hear.
     

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