2015 NFL Playoffs

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  1. Westside

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    I guess I will start this thread. Up first is the Cardinals vs Panthers. Bottom line, sCam has to lose. I feel bad for his white defensive team mates and TE Olson, but destroying the caste system take priority. Of course if sCam gets injured, priorities also change, mas pronto. LOL
     
  2. MetalHed

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    sCam must lose. I can't pull for Carolina with that big dummy at the helm, no matter how much I like Kuechly.
     
  3. Lew

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    I agree with you guys. I'll always root against a quotaback no matter how white the rest of the team is. The qb is always going to get the credit
     
  4. GiovaniMarcon

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    The quarterback always gets the credit if the quarterback is Black, no matter how irrelevant his performance, or if the team manages to win despite his meddlesome incompetence (ie, most Black QB performances).

    White quarterbacks will get their proper credit, too, unless a Black player also had a good game, then...

    Well we all know the rest.

    And of course in the event of a defeat, the Black quarterbacks' often criminal incompetence is rarely the focal point of the media. Suddenly football is a "team sport" again, in that instance. The "team" failed, especially the White players on the team.

    But if a White qb's teammates blow a game because they can't catch or act like a bunch of asses, well... Yeah. It's Whitey's fault.

    White TEs and White players of many positions endlessly bail out quotabacks (as Kuechly has done often this year), but their contributions are less hyped because the NFL's agenda is to build Black quotabacks as heroes rather than the hindrances they usually are.

    When do we point to a White quarterback's team bailing him out because he can't lead and can't throw?

    The answer is, NEVER. Or, close to never.

    This is something that Black quarterbacks sorely lack compared to White ones.

    White quarterbacks are excellent without needing any qualifications or excuses to explain that excellence.

    A good White quarterback can make a mediocre team a contender by carrying said team on his shoulders and bringing the best out of his teammates so that everyone works well as a cohesive unit—TEAM.

    Manning/Manning/Brady/BigBen/Rogers/Luck/and on and on and on.

    NO ONE BAILS THEM OUT.

    They can be placed at the helm of a team of utter CHUMPS and make something decent out of them.

    Can we say the same for Newton/Asswater/Smiff/Wilson/RG3? These quotabacks that the media keeps telling us deserve to be mentioned in the same sentence as the White ones above, and are the "future" and "saviors" of the NFL?

    HELL TO THE NOOOOOOO.

    A Black quarterback almost always relies on his teammates to mask his own deficiencies/limitations and or inferiority and is either the beneficiary of having better players around him (Russel Wilson), or is a brainless sh*tbag showboating, selfish moron who brings his team down in flames but focuses on building up his own personal stats (RGIII, and even his stats suck).

    2015 America.

    I hope Newton lays an egg today in a defeat, but the Whites on his team have a good day.
     
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  5. Westside

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    GM great post as always, BTW, being meaning to ask you for years. Who is the guy on your avatar?
     
  6. Don Wassall

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    It'll be great fun if unknown third stringer Ryan Lindley outplays Cam Newton and leads his team to the win.
     
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    Let's Go Lindley. Let's Go Cardinals. Beat Scam.
     
  8. GiovaniMarcon

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    Thanks Westside! It's world-famous French boxer Marcel Cerdan, who had the honor of getting his ass smashed to pieces by that greaseball, Jake LaMotta :-D
     
  9. MetalHed

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    Carolina would be nothing without Luke Kuechly. That sCam is one lucky guy.
     
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    Arizona's defensive coordinator is black...and the defense is 100% coal.

    Newton MIGHT be a better QB than Lindley, but then again maybe not. This game could be a low scoring affair.
     
  11. Westside

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    Thanks GM. I remember the scene from the great Raging Bull movie.
     
  12. Fortitud3

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    Can't decide if the color commentary in this game is Gruden or Tim Wise.
     
  13. MetalHed

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    Lindley with TD pass!
     
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    Arizona is back in it. Damn shame it was because of Bersin's mistake.
     
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    Arizona's punter must be a light-skinned black lol. He's terrible.
     
  16. Leonardfan

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    More should be made of the cardinals terrible pick of Logan Thomas in the 4th round. That pick has come back to bite the cardinals. Mettenberger was an ideal fit for that offense and he actually played really well for a bad Titans team. Thomas proved through out college he was inaccurate and in limited playing time has shown no improvement in accuracy.
     
  17. Leonardfan

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    Scammieception
     
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    Terrible throw by sCam! Almost a pick 6
     
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    Derek Carr was a perfect fit as well. It would be farfetched to say that Arizona would be a Super Bowl team if they went from Palmer to Carr, but they'd be in much better shape headed into this game.
     
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    The DWFs and the media that informs them have prattled on endlessly about Tony Romo being a choker in the playoffs. Newton has been a disaster in his 6 quarters of playoff experience, which is not much more than Romo has and Romo has won a playoff game. If Carolina loses this game, Newton will experience no scrutiny over this fact.
     
  21. Leonardfan

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    If Carolina loses the scapegoat will be Bersin unfortunately.
     
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    On the play immediately following Newton's INT, did anyone else notice that Colin Jones had Larry Fitzgerald on the ground and was aggressively pummeling him? Jones once again has been playing nickle cornerback, lined up against Fitzgerald and playing well. Not the first time he stood up for himself against a black player...

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8SlFaN7WwNw

    Honestly, I think this kid has the ability to be better that both Eric Weddle and Harrison Smith.
     
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    Philly Brown appeared to have dislocated his shoulder. Bersin likely to play in 3 WR sets the rest of the game.
     
  24. Fortitud3

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    No that's a broken arm.
     
  25. Fortitud3

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    Bruce Arians you can see is smarter than John Fox, go for the big play to end the quarter, nothing to lose by trying to win a playoff game and using every possible snap to win.
     

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