2016 Season NFL Playoffs

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  1. Leonardfan

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    The most intriguing storylines this weekend are Zenner and Connor Cook. I want Zenner to run all over the Seahawks and have Detroit upset Plantation Pete. As for Cook vs. the Texans I would love to see him perform well but would also like Osweiler to do well. Seeing Cook steal the show from Precott would be great though.
     
  2. Quiet Speed

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    Looks like it will be in the teens temperature wise in Green Bay. I remember Eli Manning being clutch in a playoff game against the Packers in frigid Green Bay a few years back. Everyone was amazed at the remarkable performance that day. Let's hope Rodgers and Nelson roll and prevent a repeat outcome and come away with a win.
     
  3. Thrashen

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    Ideally, the NFL playoffs will progress as such:

    Wild Card Round:
    Miami def. Pittsburgh – Only because Pittsburgh has a very talented offense and is more of a threat to the Pats. Miami is actually more coal-black than the hated Steelers.
    Detroit def. Seattle – I’d love to see Zenner run wild on Pete’s Zulu Plantation, in Seattle, putting their Negro-deifying DWF's on suicide watch.
    Houston def. Oakland – Oakland is, quite literally, the blackest team in NFL history, with only 5 whites on their roster after Carr's injury! I feel bad for Connor Cook and hope he has a good game in the loss.
    Green Bay def. NYG – Aside from Seattle, the Giants are the blackest team in the NFC, with the most obnoxious black player (Beckham Jr.). They need to go, quickly.

    Divisional Round:
    Detroit def. Dallas – I’m kind of torn here, as Dallas has Beasley/Witten/Lee. Zenner is more important and Dallas is a bigger threat to GB.
    Green Bay def. Atlanta – I wish the best for Ryan/Hooper, but the Packers are the far whiter team and must advance.
    New England def. Miami – Brady, Edelman, Hogan, Amendola (set to return from ankle injury), McClellin, Ninkovich, Long. Enough said.
    Houston def. Kansas City – Kelce is a superstar TE, but the Chiefs have talent (and are a hot team) and are a major threat to the Pats.

    Conference Championship:
    Green Bay def. Detroit – Aaron Rodgers leads his team to his 2nd SB appearance. Zenner plays amazing in loss.
    New England def. Houston - Brady leads his team to his 7th SB appearance.

    Superbowl 51:
    New England vs. Green Bay – Brady and Rodgers square off with four white WR's playing on offense and multiple white defenders and white-friendly OL. May the best team win.

    Of course, it won't happen this way and we'll probably be left with some insufferable, ultra-black match-up like the Steelers/Giants or Steelers/Seahawks. The other "black" teams in the playoffs (Oakland and Miami) seem to have far less chance to make the Superbowl, as they are missing their franchise QBs (Carr and Tannehill).
     
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  4. sprintstar

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    I like your outline but I tend to think all officials, coaches and owners have already decided who will advance and it ain't the white teams except maybe the Pats. If Detroit gets up on or is close to Seattle by the 3rd quarter and they go away from Zenner we have our answer....
     
  5. La France Blanche

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    I just want to see two White quarterbacks in the Super Bowl. Four years in a row it hasn't happened. It's time to break the streak.

    Especially since Trump will be President when the game rolls around. May the NFL welcome his proper leadership in the White House with proper White leadership on the field.
     
  6. Flint

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    I don't expect Zenner to be able to do much. I hope I'm wrong. But I see Seattle determined to not let a RB, especially a white one beat them. I expect they will stack the box to stop the run. If Stafford can strike deep that will open the run game. Also the score will determine how well Zenner does. If Seattle scores a lot early then Detroit will go to the passing game. This game has the looks of one that will be lopsided by the 2nd quarter.
     
  7. Don Wassall

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    There'll be mass hysteria in Steelers DWF Nation if they lose at home to the Dolphins tomorrow. Pitt is a heavy favorite and Miami is playing with a backup QB and is viewed as a walkover. But there's trepidation also as the Dolphins spanked the Crawfords convincingly in Miami earlier in the season, and because Pittsburgh in recent years has either missed the playoffs or been a quick out, going back to when Tim Tebow led the Broncos over them with an 80 yard TD pass in OT following the 2011 season.

    Post-Gazette sports columnist "Comrade" Ron Cook wrote earlier this week that a loss tomorrow would be viewed as the second worst playoff loss in team history, behind only the home loss to San Diego in the 1994 AFC conference championship game. Mike Tomlin was coming under a lot of fire earlier this year, but that has disappeared since the team went on its season ending hot streak. But a loss will re-ignite the criticisms of Tomlin, as well as creating gloom that's as thick as the gloomy weather here.
     
  8. woody39

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    New england green bay is the match up we all want and in danger of being really positive think it will happen pats are nailed on for the afc and packers should win nfc. Im feeling good for it. Only thing is whether the admittingly good seattle d can stop rodgers with not much for him to throw at apart from nelson and under utilised janis. Adams sucks and Cobb is struggling this year. Cook the TEnd is awful as well just terrible!
     
  9. GiovaniMarcon

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    I like Thrashen's outline, but all in all I'm just hoping that one way or another the Patriots win with Brady at the helm. This will be more proof that he's in the top 3 greatest NFL QBs of all time, and arguably THE best. It's also good for LOLz for when people cling to the idea that Brady is a cheater and try to suggest the NFL is some kind of Nazi White Power organization. It's the perfect opportunity to segue into spanking them with evidence of the caste system.

    I think the Brady hate is because he's basically a young guy (outside of football, anyway, 40ish is still a young man) who has a pretty wife, great kids—so, a beautiful family—even his ex is a friggin' 10 (Bridget Moynahan) and she's successful and doesn't need his alimony or whatever but I'm sure he's paying it, he keeps winning. It's probably a sobering reminder to a lot of ghetto losers how decrepit their own lives are. So, rather than try to improve themselves they just tear successful people down.

    If Brady can't win the SB then I'm okay with GB getting it. Outside of that, I'll be pretty happy so long as the team who wins is fronted by a White QB.
     
  10. Westside

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    Man, hoping that Zenner has a "Rob Carpenter 1981" type run in the playoff however long it last for the Lions. Its starts tonight. I am praying that he shreds the blackhawks and the Lions win.
     
  11. celticdb15

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    Big game tonight Go Lions hoping for a victory highlighted by Stafford and Zenner dissecting Seattle's defense.
     
  12. woody39

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    Agree with the Brady jealous comments about him being unfairly singled out, he doesnt get the credit he deserves despite what he has achieved!

    As a patriots fan i may be biased but think he is the greatest ever, people say he is a product of Belicheck which i find obsurd.

    Will take a white qb win at the super bowl but feeling it has to be patriots or green bay for their number of white playmakers.
     
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    I'm interested to see how Cook does today. I hope he does well.

    The Raiders were criticized for trading up to draft Cook. That move is looking smart now.
     
  14. Extra Point

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    The wildly overhyped Jadeveon Clowney is being talked up by the announcers. It's tiresome hearing the black supremacist mainstream media fawning over blacks who don't deserve it.
     
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    Stop the presses!! A white man is singing the national anthem before the HOU-OAK game!
     
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    Texans with 4/5 sumo o-line, is a problem. Ryan Griffin is their best offensive player.
     
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    Rocket leg punter marquise diamond for 31 yards.
     
  18. celticdb15

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    9/10 OL starters are black in this game.. Sumo fest.

    Griffin and Fiedorowicz both had 50+ catches this year. Houston wasted picks on Braxton Miller n Will Fuller because dey fast.
     
  19. Riggins44

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    First possession for Oakland, their black left tackle just dives at Clowney's legs instead of blocking him, and Clowney batts down Cook's pass.

    Let's go Houston!!
     
  20. celticdb15

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    Clearly part of their script. I've noticed every network has been pushing this narrative from top down that Clowney is a burgeoning star. 5 sacks, lol a white guy would be in danger of losing his job if he put up those numbers as a clear cut starter.
     
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    He made the pro bowl because he's supposedly such a great pass rusher. And yet the rookie Bosa had twice as many sacks as him while playing fewer games. That's some serious black privilege.
     
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    I predict the NFL can count on 25-30,000,000 watchers to be stupefied and watch the Superbowl.:dogpile:
     
  23. celticdb15

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    Lol Clowney picks off 3rd string rookie QB Gruden: "That man is showing the world why he was number one pick 3 years ago."

    1st career interception.
     
  24. Riggins44

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    OK I have to admit that interception by Clowney was very good. But its not like he makes a play like that every game.
     
  25. celticdb15

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    Three years of waiting on dat upside and he finally records 1st INT. Good play but big fuggin deal, both these offenses suck especially with rising star Carr out.
     

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