2010 week 2

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  1. whiteathlete33

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    Yes, and idiot Jaws gave him no credit for it. He said that Brees is always on target so it allows a player like Heath Evans to be effective after the catch. Whatever that is supposed to mean.
     
  2. Anak

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    "Talk about accuracy, unable to get it to Gore..."

    It bounced in Gore's arms how can you get anymore accurate?
     
  3. Don Wassall

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    Ain't it the truth. . .
     
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    Nice to see the much maligned Alex Smith play a very strong game on national TV. He played better than Drew Brees; too many bonehead plays and penalties by the 49ers cost them the game.
     
  5. JReb1

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    Smith is proving that when given a proper chance that many of the so-called "busts" are anything but. It would be nice to see Leinart and Quinn given a similar chance someday...
     
  6. Kaptain

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    Yah, the talking heads already had Alex's grave dug despite having a good preseason and terrible recievers. He looked very very good. Hopefully Kevin Kolb will silence the Vickmaniacs. I wonder if his team will even try though.
     
  7. Deadlift

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    Don said,

    "This seems to be another staple of TV coverage of football, along with focusing on a White defensive player (when there's one to be found) after a big play by an offense, even when the White defensive player had nothing to do with the play."


    When Carolina's - Steve Smith - caught a pass and ran it in for the TD, the camera's showed Barrett Ruud standing alone on the sidelines. It wasn't him that was "covering" Steve Smith!

    It's also the Blackaneers, so I thought - "Why the hell is the camera solely panning on Ruud?" It was "weird"...
     
  8. Deadlift

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    Does CF need somebody to do stats in this section? I would be willing to post linebacker stats.


    Following his 12 tackle performance against New Orleans, Chad Greenway adds 8 more tackles against Miami.

    Brian Urlacher had 8 tackles for the 2nd straight week.

    Barrett Ruud had 9 tackles, and was flying all over the field.

    Clay Matthews had 5 solo tackles and 3 sacks.

    James Laurinaitis had 9 solo tackles and a sack.

    A.J. Hawk had 9 tackles.

    Dan Connor had 6 tackles

    Scott Fujita had 6 tackles

    Zack Follett had 6 tackles.

    Keith Brooking had 5 solo tackles.



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  9. Don Wassall

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    If the Eagles offense sputters under Kolb, the sumo line will be the main reason, but Kolb will be the scapegoat for not somehow overcoming it and being brilliant despite his inexperience and having a line that can't protect him. It only took part of one half of a game forthe DWFs and media to take on a lynching mentality towardKolb. Matt Leinart didn't even get that long; and the Browns were encouraged to jettison Colt McCoy in his rookie training camp. The psychological disturbances motivating and manipulating the White herd are getting more vicious and irrational than ever, likely in response to theeconomy and the country as a wholecontinuing to go into the crapper.
     
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    Happened in MSU/ND game when MSU receiver caught a ball over the ND cornerback ... and they quickly panned to one of the white ND safeties looking forlorn in the end zone.
     
  11. Highlander

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    Wow. I caught that, too. The brutha CB got bested by the receiver and the camera man pans the shot to the White safety halfway across the field covering another receiver! It's like the old "Outer Limits" intro:

    "There is nothing wrong with your television set. Do not attempt to
    adjust the picture. We are controlling transmission. If we wish to make
    it louder, we will bring up the volume. If we wish to make it softer, we
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    control the vertical. We can roll the image, make it
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    clarity. For the next hour sit quietly and we will control all that you
    see and hear. We repeat: there is nothing wrong with your television
    set. You are about to participate in a great adventure. You are about to
    experience the awe and mystery which reaches from the inner mind to...
    The Cultural Marxist Media.
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  12. foobar75

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    And of course, just this past Sunday, after Austin Collie scored his TD and Reggie Wayne was given credit by the Worthless One, the cameras immediately showed us a shot of Wayne on the sidelines.

    I don't believe, other than the replay, there was ever any mention or glimpse of Collie for scoring that TD.

    Also, I recall another incident. It was once again a Sunday night game in 2009, I believe it was CHI-MIN. At one point in the game, Adrian Peterson broke a long run, and Mr. Worthless later gave us an illustration of the play, specifically highlighting Hunter Hillenmeyer as being at fault, even though several other black defenders had already been beaten.

    The truth is, Hillenmeyer had one of this best games that night, with something like 15 tackles, plus an strip of Adrian Peterson in overtime which basically won the Bears the game. It was a brilliant play on his part, and he was deserving of a game ball, not pointed out for failure by a cultural marxist lapdog.
     
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    Double Post...sorry.


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    I've got another strange report of two white player's performances omitted in the BSPN stats.

    1. I was watching Sport's center after the Sunday night game and they listed Jerome Harrison's porous stats at the bottom of the screen followed by comparing it to- and touting- his 200+ yard performance last year against KC. There was no mention of Hillis- as the team leading rusher against KC on half the carries of Harrison- or mentioning Hillis' brilliant performance two years earlier against KC- before having his season ending injury in the second quarter.

    2. BSPN only listed Andre Johnson's brilliant stats and made no mention of Kevin Walter- whose stats were also brilliant and VERY closely behind Johnson's.

    So let me get this straight? 1. Ignore one team's statistical leader who was more than twice as efficient- and only list the 2nd place performance in one game.

    2. Then only list Andre Johnson's week leading performance of 158 yards- when Kevin Walter was just a shade behind as the #3 performer IN THE LEAGUE with 144 yards in another game.

    The media certainly SELECTIVELY controls the information.
     
  15. whiteathlete33

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    They love to omit the stats of white players. ESPN and many of these sports networks don't even consider Wes Welker a top ten receiver in the league despite his unbelievable production the past several years.
     
  16. Angelcynn

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    Very well put Riggins, 'The media certainly SELECTIVELY controls the information'. That's the main reason why the caste system is in place and will remain so for the foreseeble future. White players are ignored by the media unless they are Wes Welker or Jared Allen who the media cannot get away with ignoring because their stats are 'impossible' to ignore.

    It looks like Collie and Walter (screwed around so badly early in his career) are on their way to great seasons but we won't hear this much in the media because in the eyes of the media the only reason they play well is because of Wayne and Johnson, who 'open' them up. I've noticed that defenses now see Welker as a bigger threat than Moss (last season aswell) and I've noticed Welker takes defenders away from Moss on a lot of plays. But do we ever hear 'Moss got open because Welker took defenders away from Moss', no we don't because white recievers are not good enough to be heavily marked. BullSh!t!!! The agenda is sooooo obvious it's plain and simple, wake up sheeple!

    Something else I'd like to touch on from the past couple of weeks is Collie and his 71yd TD and Clarks 50yd TD in which they both left the secondary in their wake. If these guys had been black we would have heard the word 'speed' or the media's faveourite word to describe and black guy running 'explosive'. Did we hear anything of the sort? Dream on.
     
  17. whiteathlete33

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    I am going to disagree with both of you on this a bit. Everything you guys say is true but Kevin Curtis would have been an all-time great in the league. He was doing great in Philly, and then, because of injuries cut. The best white athletes are weeded out.
     

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