2014 NFL Draft

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  1. Riddlewire

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    Also of note:
    According to Rotowuss, the Bears have Jordan Lynch listed as a runningback. Since his chances of ever becoming a starting QB in the NFL were non-existent (cannot have extreme dual-threat white men at QB), I think this is a fine alternative. He's not super fast, but neither are most starting NFL runningbacks these days.
     
  2. Leonardfan

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    i saw this as well. I think it's a good move, it adds another white player into the mix at RB. Hopefully he is given a chance to develop
     
  3. Extra Point

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    Add DE Ben Gardner to the list of white steals. Gardner was drafted in the seventh round.

    Gardner tested out extremely well athletically and was very productive last season until sidelined by an injury.

    If given a fair chance he could develop into a good NFL starter.
     
  4. woody39

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    Leonardfan, i'm quite impressed with Chip Kelly he seems too have more of an open mind to white players than most coaches. He seems to realise that white players are well suited to his fast paced offense and also seems to like them on the defense too. Fingers crossed this continues and they can push on and become the Patriots of the NFC!
     
  5. PamelaOC

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    Imagine a Patriots - Eagles Super Bowl with both teams at current (or higher) levels of whiteness. The Left would get its panties in the biggest wad of all time.
     
  6. Riddlewire

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    The Bears picked up Kadeem Carey in the fourth round. They drafted no other runningback and signed no other free agent runningbacks. So the only two new RBs heading into this Summer for Chicago will be Carey and Lynch.
    Perhaps someone would like to pass along these career statistics to the Bears for their two new runningbacks. Maybe they'll be a little more objective in their evaluation before making up their minds.

    Jordan Lynch: 4,343yards 662carries (6.6avg) 48TDs
    Kadeem Carey: 4,239yards 743carries (5.7avg) 48TDs

    They will obviously keep their drafted player, but they would do well to consider retaining Lynch also. Forte is getting long in the tooth (for a RB), and Shaun Draughn is slower than my mother.

    Also, there's this:
    "Carey reportedly had issues off-the-field in college. The running back was charged with disorderly conduct and assault for allegedly pushing his pregnant ex-girlfriend to the floor and slamming her hand in a door."
     
  7. woody39

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    I know would be great to see. Hopefully they both get a bit whiter on defense. The Pats have James Morris the undrafted linebacker from Iowa great production a free agent who i was reading on some sites could be the first one in the rotation in the linebacking core. I think the Philidelphia Eagles will have Hart featuring quite alot at Defensive End too so fingers crossed.
     
  8. Extra Point

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    The Party line on Thomas is that he will have no problem handling the mental aspect of the pro game and the reason for his subpar production in college is his "mechanics."

    This, of course, is absolute nonsense. It's the mental part of the game that Thomas can't handle. He couldn't handle it in college and he won't be able to handle it in the pros.

    In his last year in college he had a 16 to 13 TD to INT ratio. He's never had a completion percentage over 60% in any of his four years of college. These are clear indicators that he's lacking in the mental part of the game.

    The Thomas pick has been almost universally praised by the sports media. This is only because he's black. In reality it was a bad pick.

    The Party line on blacks is they're all highly intelligent. The Party policy regarding blacks is to never criticize them and always praise them.

    The media reaction to the Logan Thomas pick is straight down the Party line and adheres to political correctness and not reality.
     
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    This article says that Colt Lyeria had a "string of off the field issues" including a drug arrest. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.co...players-went-undrafted-over-off-field-issues/
     
  10. Toby Hillis

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    Bryce Brown and McKnight both got signed and drafted, respectively, based simply on the fact that they were 5 star recruits coming out of high school-- they both did jack in college. Colt Lyerla is versitale and flashed signs of greatness, was also a 5 star recruit and yet he isn't even signed as an undrafted free agent yet?!?!?
     
  11. Mischling3rdDegree

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    Serious question... when was the last time a white QB was drafted who had never gotten over 60% in college? Do we have to go back to the 70s to find an example?
     
  12. Extra Point

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    Indiana safety Greg Heban ran a 4.53 40, had a 4.05 20ss and a 6.57 3 cone.

    Hopefully he'll get a fair shot with some team.
     
  13. Extra Point

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    Logan Thomas had 16 TDs and 13 INTs last year. He was drafted in the 4th round.

    Conner Shaw had 24 TDs and 1(!) INT last year. He went undrafted.
     
  14. davidholly

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    Matt Ryan's career college completion percentage was 59.9
     
  15. Leonardfan

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    I was scanning over rosters earlier
    and noticed something interesting. The browns have josh cooper and Conner Vernon. It would be great of they both somehow managed to make the team.
     
  16. Don Wassall

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    An obscure black Dolphins player is "in trouble" for tweeting his dislike of Michael Sam's super-gross makeout session with his boyfriend that was shown over and over again on ESPN and the NFL Network (and undoubtedly many other government/corporate media outlets).

    Before about 1990, 95% of prominent Americans would have had the same public reaction; now anyone who shows less than euphoric happiness over such a display is publicly disgraced and worse. No White NFL player was stupid enough to say anything wrong.

    Every single media figure and every single public figure had to show great joy over the entire Michael Sam circus of the past six months culminating in his being drafted yesterday and his over the top flaunting of his persuasion for the cameras; anyone doing anything less yesterday would today be looking for a job. That's pure totalitarianism in action, and the speed at which homosexual supremacy has institutionalized itself in such a fashion ought to greatly concern every American who is still able to think.

    Another Dolphin in Twitter trouble
    http://abcnews.go.com/Sports/dolphin-twitter-trouble/story?id=23670999
     
  17. Extra Point

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    True. But he had two years in college in which he had over 60% completions.

    Thomas never had any. In four years.
     
  18. goyim

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    Carson Palmer getting injured and missing a few games is the best case scenario involving Logan Thomas. It is better if the team loses games due to his ineptitude sooner rather than later.
     
  19. Extra Point

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    For some reason there are two things that particularly irk me about this draft.

    First, the Dolphins passing over Joel Bitonio in favor of Juwuan James.

    Second, the Cardinals taking Logan Thomas instead of Tom Savage or Zach Mettenberger.

    Bitonio is a better prospect than James.

    Savage and Mettenberger are far better prospects than Thomas. It isn't even close.
     
  20. Extra Point

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    I wonder if the sports media hyping Thomas had any effect on Arizona drafting Thomas over Savage and Mettenberger.
     
  21. Leonardfan

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    The eagles signed Taylor Martinez and an udfa to play wr or db
     
  22. Riddlewire

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    I didn't see it mentioned here.
    Cincy QB Brendon Kay signed with the Steelers. Kay, who IMO has the quickest release in college football, finished fourth in the nation in QBE score, behind only Manziel among quarterbacks headed to the NFL this year.
    He should easily beat out the only other QB picked up by the Steelers this year, quotaback Terrance Owens. In a fair world, Kay will replace the aging Gradkowski and compete with Landry Jones for backup duties for a few years, while Owens takes his rightful place on the streets of Toledo jacking cars.
     
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    You've probably noticed long ago that the one time blacks don't get away with it is when they mess with the homosexuals. The children of the rainbow seem at the top of the totem pole in society.
     
  24. Don Wassall

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    Yes, but they of course are far more lightly punished than when White heterosexuals upset the new addition to the exclusive club of chosen ones.

    Blacks have been trained well now too, just one black scrub on the Dolphins not realizing he was supposed to bow in obedience as the nationally broadcast ritual of homosexual sexual activity was shown over and over again to both the media-trained serfs and the ruling class "sports journalists", every public figure fully aware that to object in any way to a spectacle that was correctly outlawed through the vast majority of American history and still is in many countries was to be crucified.

    In a nation run by natural strength and selection, all four of the sacred groups -- blacks, feminists, jews and homosexuals -- would be at the bottom of the totem pole rather than running roughshod over what's left of the American Nation. In a country run by several million "useless eaters" -- upper class parasites who migrate to foundations, media monopolies, bureaucracies, "non-governmental organizations," the legal profession and other non-productive occupations -- they are in a position to run wild over everyone else, which is why we have today's USSA.
     
  25. Riddlewire

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    Cleveland signs Ball State TE Zane Fakes.
    I watched him play a few times the past couple of years. Unquestionably better than every other offensive skill player they picked up this year.
    He should be the X, not a TE.
     

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