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Discussion in 'Green Bay Packers' started by celticdb15, Mar 25, 2015.
Packers once again with an all black TE corps...
Janis has caught more TDs than Montgomery. Its clear who the third receiver should be.
The Packers should be playing Jeff Janis, but aren't. They'd much rather utilize James Jones, who was unwanted by any team until Green Bay picked him up.
The Packers should be playing Jake Ryan, but aren't. ILB Sam Barrington was put on IR today after getting injured Sunday; will Ryan now get to play? As Thrashen mentioned, this is not a very watchable team as of now with Jordy done for the year.
And so far it looks like his replacement is a guy named Palmer not Ryan, and you are right they are not a watchable team and I have been a fan for decades. On D they have it seems one impact player and of course he is a white super stud surrounded by high draft pick average to decent players with a few reaches and consummate near bust production.
It seems that most teams will only play a white man as a last resort.
Writer Michael Cohen waits until almost the end of his article about Green Bay's inside linebackers to utilize the notorious "anonymous NFL personnel man" ploy to attack Jake Ryan. The "anonymous personnel man" is likely Michael Cohen:
As Palmer slides into a permanent starting role, the learning curve for rookie Jake Ryan grows steeper. Ryan, drafted in the fourth round out of Michigan, did not play a snap from scrimmage against the Bears, though he was on the active roster.
Instead, Ryan's role came on special teams, where he played 14 of a possible 26 snaps. Ryan has been a mainstay on the kickoff coverage and kickoff return teams since training camp, and he also took the field with the hands team during an onside kick late in the fourth quarter.
Now, he is the No. 3 inside linebacker, too.
"He's a hustler," an NFL personnel man said. "Limited athletically. He chases the ball. He's a run-around guy (against blocks). I don't see him as a starter."
I've noticed quite a few examples of smear campaigns against several of the Packers young white players (Janis,Abbrederis, and now Ryan). Jew media is stooping low that 2010 Super Bowl run with all those pose faces really irked them.
Whether the guy who wrote this article will admit it or not Ryan will see the field sooner rather than later. Barrington is out for the year and all black D besides Clay started off year giving up 140+ rushing yards. Seahawks up next I hope the black scrubs In front of Ryan underachieve like I know they will and Capers and McCarthy are forced to let the rookie adapt!
The more I read/hear about Aaron Rodgers, the less I like him. Mistakes ??? I guess only afroletes are allowed to make those -- and make them in abundance.
This Article Shouldn't Exist
Unfortunately, it does :
Same old story !!!
In my opinion, I think Rodgers is pretty neutral. In the past he's had Greg Jennings and Donald Driver take shots at him because he was critical of them. I think Aaron is just frustrated with Janis because he wants him in there, but doesn't have a convincing argument for the coaching staff to push him up. I am pretty sure Aaron misses his #1 receiver Jordy. He knows Jordy is his best receiver, not Cobb nor Parker.
I agree. Unfortunately, some of the unwarranted personal attacks on White QBs have started up again, blaming them for the personnel on their team (the "secret GM" nonsense), and for not being ideologically in sync with Caste Football (an instant career ender for any that would be).
This is a site to support White athletes who have to compete in the Caste System, not blame them for it.
If Aaron Rodgers said publicly that he reads the Caste Football Site and is in basic (or even partial) agreement with it, he would be cut the next day and no one would sign him.
And as some of us have pointed out over the years, white athletes who do well and make big money believe things are just fine. These people aren't wired to question the system. Undoubtedly, there are some who privately despise their bosses but know to keep it to themselves.
You're probably right. I tend to have a hair trigger and sometimes get a little carried away due to the frustration of trying to be a fan and seeing the same BS go on for over 30 years. I guess it would be damn near impossible in this day and age for a white QB to openly and actively support the white receivers on his team like Jim Kelly used to do and not become a pariah of sorts.
Kelly was always proud to say that Don Beebe was the fastest receiver he'd ever played with and lobbied every single year for Steve Tasker to have a larger role in the team's offense which sadly didn't occur until very late in both of their careers. Kelly still says that it's a shame that Tasker didn't get to play that much as a WR and assures people that he was just as good as ANY receiver he's been around. He also tried to get them to increase Brad Lamb's role in the early 90's and was furious when they cut John Kolesar without ever really giving him a fair shot. As bad as it was already getting then, those days are long gone.
That's quite alright Stallion. We all get carried away.
I too miss the days of Don Beebe and Steve Tasker. I remember a game way back when Lamb returned a KO for a TD. He made it seem so simple.
Yes Kelly was a great supporter of his guys, but I could never overlook his fawning of afleets such as thurman, mckellar ,reed and bruce. You know the k-gun was named after McKellar right? He wasn't even a great TE. Odd to name an offense after an average TE. Metzellars was the better TE. I guess it goes with the territory of being a starting qb. You have to play in the politics and show a neutral position.
Hey Stallion question. What was the material on Kelso helmet? He played safety for those winning Bills teams back in the day. Was it foam rubber to protect against impact during tackles?
It's a crying shame the way Kelly kissed up to the afroletes later in his career which he is still doing to this very day. I've always wondered if even way back then someone speaking for the powers that be didn't sit Jimbo down and tell him he better start towing the line because it certainly wasn't the case in his earlier days.
A perfect case in point -- that also seemed to correspond with his sudden change of heart -- was the infamous 1989 "Bickering Bills" fiasco. The whole thing really blew up when Thurman Thomas (who Jim purportedly despised their 1st few seasons together) called Kelly out on his weekly TV program for what he and other afroletes on the offense felt was unfair treatment.
There were two main events cited by the hyper-sensitive spooks as being the basis for their complaints. First came the cutting of starting WR Chris Burkett the day after a Monday night game in which he ran the wrong route on 2 consecutive series, leading directly to 2 interceptions. After the 2nd pick, Kelly and Burkett were seen arguing on the sidelines so heatedly that they had to be seperated by teammates at one point. Burkett was benched for the rest of the game and cut the next day. Next up was a terrible performance by a pioneering member of the Bills Sumo OL Club, the always overrated Howard Ballard which led directly to Jim getting driven into the turf and seperating his shoulder. In the post game press conference, a supremely pi***d Jim Kelly called Ballard out for his shoddy play.
The birth of the Bickering Bills also spelled the death of Kelly's former attitude towards stupid and/or incompetent afrolete teammates and his expression thereof. From then on he became a PC a** kisser of the highest order. I have no doubt that his sudden change of heart wasn't borne of a burning desire to "just all get along" . I can't imagine what they would do in this day and age !!!
McKeller was one of the most overrated afroletes to ever wear a Bills uniform. It's just plain absurd that the tremendous K-Gun offense was named after such a mediocre bum. McKeller was also an unfortunate pioneer in what was to become a widely practiced Casteon staple : the basketball afrolete TE. Metzelaars was SO much better of an all-around TE. McKeller couldn't even get on the field his first 2 1/2 seasons due to his ineptitude as a blocker and his trouble grasping the offense, which was of course blamed on his being fairly new to the game of football. The K-Gun was born in practice as a package of a half-dozen simplified plays from the 2-minute drill section of the playbook. Maybe the reason it was named after him was because it was finally simple enough for him to grasp instead of the given reason of being the 1st letter of his name as well as his nickname !!! McKeller went on to have a couple decent seasons, hold out for more money (TNB) and then promptly ruin one of his knees days after signing his new contract.
It was exactly that, a foam-rubber cap adhered to the crown of the helmet called a Pro Cap. They still use them these days, but the design is a bit more discreet. The red helmet really enhanced the way it looked !!! Kelso had concussion problems throughout his career which eventually led to his retirement.
He's currently the color commentator for Bills radio broadcasts which is the only thing that makes them even tolerable to listen to. He's a very smart guy and the furthest thing from a Caste Clown. Each and every year he champions the cause of the few white defensive players in Bills training camp starting with the scrimmage broadcasts and his training camp reports. This year he assured the Bills incredulous MMM beat reporter that A.J. Tarpley would make the team and said he couldn't understand why B.J. Larsen didn't. Rare as well as refreshing these days !!!
As to the Rogers question, he plays at a very high level and knows the game inside and out and he has no time for those who don't. Just off the games I've watched Rogers has lost about a dozen or more TD's to drops. Jordy and Cobb have had their share, but I'd wager Jones's number of drops beats their combined total. That's likely why he got cut by the other teams.
Talk about a receiver you can't trust. James Jones is the poster boy.
Yet there he is, back in the fold.
As Jimmy C would say, "weird" huh?
Stallion, thanks for the info.
The Packers have Aaron Rodgers, Clay Matthews and an all white offensive line. They also have a history of great white players. For these reasons I root for the Packers to do well.
After starting off strong this year they've stumbled a bit. Hopefully, they'll turn it around.
There are a couple of things they can do to inject some life into the team.
First, start Jake Ryan at linebacker. His excellent performance against Carolina shows he can do the job.
Second, start Jeff Janis. The Packers receiving corps isn't playing well. Why not give Janis a chance? The Packers lost their deep threat Jordy Nelson and their current starters haven't shown they can replace him as a deep threat. Janis can. He has excellent deep speed. That alone will spread out the offense, giving more chances on the short and intermediate routes. Packers receivers aren't getting open. At the very least Janis won't do much worse than they are.
Here's an article on Green Bay's need to make Jake Ryan a starter. Jake had his first meaningful amount of playing time last Sunday and made a huge impact with 10 tackles in just 38 snaps. He's clearly much better than Nate Palmer and the other linebackers on the team except of course for the great Clay Matthews.
But Mike McCarthy was very muted in his praise of Ryan after the game. The author of this article thinks it's a ploy to keep Ryan motivated. Hopefully that's the case. But the way the Packers have held back Jeff Janis and Ryan to this point isn't real encouraging.
Found this on my RTSports FF site. Not sure if USA Today wrote this or just used it from another source but we need more of these honest critiques of black NFL players at the speed positions. This was an update on Devante Adams:
The Green Bay Packers have the slowest team in the league when it comes to skill positions in the passing game. The combined average 40-yard dash time of WRs Randall Cobb (4.55 seconds), Davante Adams (4.56), James Jones (4.6) plus TE Richard Rodgers (4.87) ranks as a league-worst 4.65 seconds. One of the biggest reasons the Packers receivers can't get open consistently this year is because of their lack of speed, according to an NFL scout. The loss of WR Jordy Nelson and his 4.51-second 40-yard dash has slowed this offense down. WRs Jeff Janis and Ty Montgomery are much faster, but neither is a top three receiver for the team right now, and Montgomery has missed the last two games with an ankle injury.
Source: USA TODAY Fantasy Sports
Comments in the 2014 draft thread by astute and perceptive Caste Footballers about Packers third round pick TE Richard Rodgers.
Originally Posted by Don Wassall
The Packers have drafted a Ha Ha, a Davante, a Khryi, and now yet another black tight end, who from his highlights looks to run about a 5.50 40.
Originally Posted by celticdb15
Jesus Joseph and Mary wtf packers now they draft bumass with 1td catch. They will receive an F for this years draft class.. Unreal how pathetic these last 2 picks have been.
Originally Posted by Extra Point
According to NFL.com he also has "fluctuating weight." Lol.
Originally Posted by celticdb15
lol great! Not worried hopefully his fat ass gets injured idc anymore
The 2015 Packers are paying for drafting slowpoke Richard Rodgers in the third round of the 2014 draft.
Rodgers is currently averaging 8 yards per catch and the Packers are being hurt by the lack of speed of their black receivers.
The Packers have Jeff Janis, who is very fast, but they won't play him because he's white.
Packers continue to feed Rodgers in the Red zone though. Cherry picker.
It's amazing how even obvious production isn't enough to crack the Caste System.
WR Jeff Janis and LB Jake Ryan both produced when given a chance with the Packers but remain on the bench. Inferior black players play in their place.
The Packers are sinking but they'd rather adhere to their racist, caste system ways and lose than play white players.