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Discussion in 'NFL' started by Westside, Jan 3, 2015.
Yeah, it took his fat ass 10 seconds to get a hold of Romo.
Disagree, its the typical protect the small player call. Not sure how much it factors in the NFL, but in the NHL its complete annoyance that the referees seem to protect small players.
No, they need to draft a coach!
Detroit fumbles the ball, a pea-brained ******* Dallas defender picks it up. 2:20 left in the game, ball on the Detroit 20 yard line. If he just goes down, Dallas wins the game. But a decision that is so simple is beyond the ability of the typical small-brained, low impulse control black. And he fumbles the ball back to Detroit, who now has new life.
Friggen affelets! #90 of the cowboys recovered a game ending fumble. Rather than fall on it and let the Offense run out the clock, he attempted to get up and run with it, then got the ball knocked out! Lion recovered the ball. Cowboys up 24 to 20. Dumb as F**k!
TNB.........Stafford fumbles with two minutes left.......black Dallas defender recovers but instead if just laying down he tries to run with the ball and fumbles it back to Detroit........idiot.
I think defensive players sit on the sidelines eating popcorn while the offense is on the field. Only way to explain the dropped balls and slipped tackles.
Now DeMarcus is the hero:icon_rolleyes:
Bone head #90 makes up for his up his ass moment by sacking and recovering the ball. DAL wins. Another AA coach sent home.
I'm glad the anti-white thug Suh is going home.
Class moment with Romo being interviewed by the lovely Erin Andrews. Both enjoyed the moment. Unlike last year with Sherman screaming ebonics and Erin clearly annoyed with his TNB. A victory by GB or DAL would be cool with me next week.
He's still a pea-brained idiot.
I'm happy for Romo, the man played his heart out today. Witten and Beasley had a great game as well.
That's 3 Rooney Rule coaches sent home in 2 days
It's really too bad that Green Bay or Dallas has to lose next week. From a CF perspective GB is the better team for our cause, but Dallas has a better chance of winning at Seattle. The Packers are great at home but Dallas is undefeated on the road. I just don't see the GB defense stopping the Cowboys offense. If I was a betting man I would go with Dallas.
Well since Jordy Nelson is our only real caste buster superstar in the playoffs, today's results were pretty good. No more Calvin Johnson or Antonio Brown. The only big time WR left outside of Jordy is D. Thomas. It's too bad Sean Lee is on IR.
There are some great white TEs in the playoffs; Witten, Gronkowski, Fleener, and Greg Olsen. The Broncos are the only team with their main pass catching TE being black.
For entertainment I always look at what rabbiworld has to say about Coby Fleener who had a TD called back today and thus only had one catch for 18 yards. They seem to mention every pass Fleener drops and I believe make some up even when he has outstanding days. Drops I don't believe are an official stat but some internet sources do track them. Fleener's drop % is listed at 5.4% while the always praised by rabbiworld Dwayne Allen has a drop rate of 12%. Here's the propaganda:
"It was an extremely disappointing day for the hot-and-cold tight end, whose missed connection was a soft drop when he heard footsteps. Fleener is going to have to deliver a big play or two if the Colts are to spring a Divisional Round upset in Denver. Jan 4 - 5:19 PM"
I wonder if any of the Bengals DWFs will be asking why the man who led the team in the first half with 57 yards on just 4 touches barely saw the field in the second half -- in other words why did Marvin Lewis bench Rex Burkhead -- or will they be too busy taking out their lives' frustrations on Andy Dalton?
I'm happy that Detroit is going home and that Dallas won, but I was kind of disappointed that Suh (who is obviously on his "good" behavior right now) didn't have another TNB moment and try to cheap shot Beasley. It would have been funny as Hell of Beasley went all Scrappy Doo and kicked that special-needs manatee in the nuts and then when Suh tried to sloth over and retaliate, some Dallas O-lineman crushes Suh's skull and finds fish DNA inside.
I'm also glad that Luck is still in the playoffs, but it also sucks that the Bengals' loss will be solely blamed on Dalton.
I'm sure as QB, he knows that those are the breaks, but like I (and many of us) mentioned before, White QBs get SHARED and sometimes even token ("game manager") credit in victory, and TOTAL blame in defeat, where as Black QBs get near TOTAL credit in victory no matter how game-manageresque their performance, and get exonerated to an obsequious degree in the event of a defeat, even if they threw, say, several interceptions.
It is a pity that two teams with good White quarterbacks will result in the elimination of one. I wish that Cam Newton and Wilson could cannibalize each other in this manner in a non Superbown scenario.
In related news, Terry Bradshaw continues to be a retard, Collinsworth continues his march toward womanhood, and Black "analysts" continue their battle against grammar and sensible neckties.
Nothing too profound to add - I didn't watch all the games but caught both of Burkhead's big plays. One astute CBS sportswriter actually listed Burkhead as a possible redeeming excuse for Dalton... how is he supposed to win games when he's stuck with guys like that on the field? Considering my rooting interests are for white quarterbacks, then white impact players, then white coaches, I can't much complain about any of this weekend's winners. Suh will still get his enormous contract, Marvin Lewis will keep his job, Margus Hunt and Burkhead still won't see much of the field, the next few Steelers-Ravens clashes will be unsettlingly black, and Andy Dalton will be fending off one of the second-tier black quarterbacks from the draft next season. No way to alter those near-certainties.
One aspect of today's viewing I could not get over was the extreme level of race-mixing in the advertisements. It was nearly non-stop: from Bud Light beer cans to Samsung smartphones, Southwest Airlines plane tickets to Nissan sedans, each of these brands showcased at least a short clip of a black male and white female enjoying their products together. Is this normal or ramped up for the playoffs? Samsung was the worst offender, beginning with a lanky white guy in an airport clumsily asking the mulatto woman behind him about her super cool smartphone (and getting chastised by the narrator for his lame pickup attempt) and ending with a prom party camera phone selfie taken by a mixed group of boys with exclusively white girls. McDonalds doesn't bother to cast any whites in their football commercials anymore, but ironically KFC stood out with its all-white ensemble.
I don't pay much attention to the mixed couples crap on commercials, but it's certainly a common theme. For me, it's the sheer, overwhelming number of negroes in every single ad that is nauseating. If a space alien or an earthling from a far off land with zero knowledge of the US came here and started watching TV, and commercials specifically, they would conclude that this country is 80-90% black.
The agenda and message is clear. Every effort is being made to normalize the presence of negroes in everyday life by portraying them in the most positive light imaginable. They are successful participants in a productive, civilized, law-abiding Euro-centric society, which of course is nothing more than a cultural Marxist fantasy.
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All we can do is avoid these companies. I've been boycotting K-Mart, Nike, Gatorade, Macy's, McDonalds, Subway etc. for years.
Hit the hammer right on the head
In my opinion, the “ideal scenario” for this weekend’s playoff games would be the following outcomes…
New England defeats Baltimore – I’m concerned about the Pats in this game. They’ve been highly unreliable in the playoffs for many years, even limping into the Superbowl during their undefeated season in 2007-2008 and in their fantastic 2011-2012 campaign. They’ve always had trouble with the Joe Flacco-led Ravens, both in the regular season and the playoffs, at home and away. The Ravens are “hot” and the Pats have been sitting idle and haven’t played a meaningful game in 3 weeks. Let's hope our guys are hungry for a win.
Carolina defeats Seattle – Obviously, if any team can dispose of “Plantation Pete” and his PED-abusing crew, at home, it would be fantastic. Despite “Superman Cam” and his legendary ineptitude, the Panthers have been “hot” of late, don’t have much to lose, and all the pressure will be squarely placed upon SeaAdderal. Given the “hot and cold” nature of Wigger Pete’s club this season (although they’ve admittedly been “hot” for weeks), it’s not totally inconceivable for the Panthers to pull an upset in a low-scoring affair. Let’s hope so, because Russell Wilson will run circles around the Packers’ putrid defense.
Packers defeat Cowboys – The late-season emergence of WR Cole Beasley and TE Jason Witten has been a nice development, but superstar WR, Jordy Nelson, is our most important offensive player and it’s critical that his squad moves on. The Packers also have Rodgers, an all-white OL, Hawk, and Matthews. They are clearly better from a Caste perspective. The Packers are very good at home, so I’m less worried about their advancement.
Colts defeat Broncos – Racially, the Colts aren’t much better than the Broncos, but they’ll surely be an easier opponent for the Patriots, should both clubs make the AFC Championship game. The Colts have QB Andrew Luck, TE Coby Fleener, TE Jack Doyle, 2 white OL, DE BjÃ¶rn Werner, and OLB Andy Studebaker. The Broncos have QB Peyton Manning, WR Wes Welker, 1 white OL, and DT Derek Wolfe. It would be wonderful to see Denver eliminated and for the Pats to face an opponent they’ve dominated with ease in recent years.
We’re all wishing for an eventual Patriots-Packers Superbowl. If that occurs (and it never does), I might host my first ever Superbowl Party! It would surely be a great time to be a Caste Football member.