2012 NFL Week 16

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  1. Don Wassall

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    Stokley makes a great heads-up play on a deflection. Just think what kind of career he could have had if not for the Caste System. He was only "allowed" one season to be a star, 2004 when Manning broke the TD record with Stokley playing a very big part of it. But before and since he's been way too marginalized, and has unfortunately been somewhat injury prone which hasn't helped his cause.
     
  2. Leonardfan

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    I won't be watching tonight's matchup of uber caste-disciples - Wigger Peter and the over animated man boy Haurbaugh - part of me hopes the 49ers win because Wigger Pete's magical black midget just irks me more so than man-boy Haurbaugh's effeminate mocha quotaback.
     
  3. foobar75

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    Completely agreed, I also cannot stand Wilson, and hoping the Blackhawks lose this game and ideally miss the playoffs all together.
     
  4. davidholly

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    Hester with a TD run.
     
  5. foobar75

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    OK, serious question. Has Hester scored more rushing TDs in 2 games with Denver than he did his entire career in San Diego? He looks like yet another White skill player who has been criminally underused, and finally getting a chance to show what he can do.
     
  6. Leonardfan

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    I like Eli Manning but its kind of nice to see the Giants flopping late - especially on defense. The black racist GM Jerry Resse has darkened this team considerably during his tenure.
     
  7. Claimjumper

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    Havent looked it up but yes thats what the announcers said

    1 TD in 4 years at San Diego
    2 TD in 2 games at Denver
     
  8. Tom Iron

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    Gentlemen, I didn't see the abortion of a game the jets played. Greg McElroy the QB got sacked 11 times. There was also a White LB by the name of Greg McIntyre who every time he's allowed to step on the field and play LB gets in close to the opposing QB (half sack today). Of course, it'll be said that McElroy can't play. After all, they lost. It just never ends with the jets. It's always the same. Over the years, the names and faces have changed but no matter what, it's always the same old jets.

    Tom Iron...
     
  9. wile

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    The Left, PC, Caste System are a joke. I even think they know it but we who oppose it still view all that as something omnipotent, its not. When a caste clown says something caste you point blank say, "that is stupid are you a joke or what?"

    And the CS is its own worst enemy, flood the league and college football with average blacks some of whom are complete idiots or psychos, but then nearly every white allowed in is better than average and a decent human being. Such basically proves white supremacy.
     
  10. wile

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    As for Griffin his highlight reel looks to be 50% checkdowns passes as first read, Aaron Rogers does that kind of play after about a 12 second scramble.

    Think about the horror these days of being a caste clown? We need a clown icon.
     
  11. wile

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    Will Fireman Moron hang himself?
     
  12. Wes Woodhead

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    This is a great point which has been bothering me. I hear in the highlights, and wrap ups the talking heads refer to Grimlens passes as "checkdowns". Correct me if Im wrong, but dosent "checkdown" suggest that he read the field, and seeing nobody open checked down to the bail out route? Most of what they call a "checkdown" are just designed short passes in Grimlens case.
     
  13. davidholly

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    Anyone know why Nick Foles got called for intentional grounding? I thought you couldn't be called for intentional grounding if you got clobbered as the ball was released.
     
  14. Kaptain

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    I didn't have the advantage of replay, or of seeing that play more than once. I questioned it as well. He was out of the pocket and did seem to get hit as he threw the ball. I watched some of the first three quarters of the game and a couple other calls were also very questionable. The first TD RGturd threw was another reciever screen. It was replayed and the reciever clearly had his knee down with the ball on the 1/2 yard line. Strangely the play stood. His other TD pass was also questionable. It appeared to me that the reciever only had one foot in. The review was quick and upheld the call. Maybe I misse his foot dragging. Anybody else see the game?
     
  15. Leonardfan

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    If this game tonight is going to be what the NFL is going to become - coal black teams with quotabacks than I am not interested. I have ZERO interest in this game. Hopefully more white americans will feel this way as well -this game has the feel of an NBA game.
     
  16. davidholly

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    He had both feet in bounds, so I don't have a problem with that call but the intentional grounding call was BS. Imagine if Foles had thrown a TD pass, he'd have had the same number of TDs and interceptions as Griffin but much better yardage.
     
  17. Wes Woodhead

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    The grounding was a prime example of refs deciding the outcome of a game.
     
  18. Lew

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    unfortunately they probably won't. I know before I became racially aware I took it for granted that athletes are supposed to be black
     
  19. Thrashen

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    Yes, they’re done alright. I can envision professional Cultural Marxist, Dan Rooney, defecating into his platinum bedpan while wondering how the darkest team in NFL history (at times their roster dipped to 8 whites), could possibly be defeated. But as you alluded to, the Bengals are perhaps even more Casteon, since Pittsburg at least has Heath Miller, Brett Keisel, and Big Wigger Ben.

    With TE Jake Ballard purged (on IR in New England) from their roster after last season, I wish the very worst for Eli and his brown-saturated crew. Their only white “skill” player is the never-used fullback, Henry Hynoski. At least the Ravens, who pounded the hot-and-cold Giants today, have dynamic TE, Dennis Pitta.

    With the emergence of an ever-whitening defense (Sean Lissemore, Alex Albright, Dan Connor, Brady Poppinga), Jason Witten’s great receiving season, and Cole Beasley receiving playing time, I’d much prefer Dallas win the NFC East. In fact, without Jordy Nelson in the lineup, I’d prefer the Cowboys to represent the NFC in the Superbowl over the Packers. Too bad Zulu-Drew’s Saints put a dent in their playoff chances today.
     
  20. Leonardfan

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    I hope the Cowboys go into Washington and blow out the Redskins next week to put the Gremlin hype out of its misery for this season and the next 8 months.
     
  21. bearclaw500

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    At the conclusion of one of the NFL post game shows today they flashed this on the screen. (I wish I had a screen capture of it.) Which of the following statistics is completely irrelevant?


    J.J Watt - 1 sack, needs 2 sacks to break record.

    Adrian Peterson - 86 yds rushing, needs 205 to break record.

    Andrew Luck - 205 yds passing. Breaks rookie passing record.

    RG III - 16-24 198 yds 2 TD.
     
  22. northwinds

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    What a horrible game changing call......I was listening on the radio and some caste announcer acted liked Foles had just let the last ten seconds tick off.... and the commented something like ......"if Foles is the Eagles future then they have problems".....no mention of it being a horrible call.....
     
  23. Toby Hillis

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    You have to get the ball back to the line of scrimmage--Foles did not.
     
  24. davidholly

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    Intentional grounding can't be called if a QB was hit as the ball was released, even if the ball failed to reach line of scrimmage.
     
  25. davidholly

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    Kaepernick is playing like crap.
     

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