2016 Season NFL Playoffs

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  1. Flint

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    Not tired of winning yet!!
     
  2. Ambrose

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    Your Detroit brothers are saying over and over and over again right now: "Must be fake. Must be fix. Dey just lettin' 'em win to make 'em feel gud."
     
  3. Heretic

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    A nice trip to the Trump White House would be in order as well if they win. What an epic photo-op that would be.
     
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  4. CrazyFinn

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    Some history making opportunities will be on the line for both Belichick and Brady. I believe BB is tied with Chuck Noll at 4 SB titles, and Brady is also tied with the great Joe Montana and that dummy Terry Bradshaw. By winning in 2 weeks, they will set themselves apart and hold records that may never again be broken.
     
  5. MrPoon

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    It would be incredible! So very symbolic too.
     
  6. Westside

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    Trump said there will be so much winning in 2017, we will get tired of it. I, for one, will attempt to witness as much WINNING as possible regardless of exhaustion. LOL
     
  7. Westside

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    Guys, Dion Sanders is giving praise to Edleman. He said that he suffers from reverse racism from the media. Should we make Sanders an honorary member of CF?
     
  8. DixieDestroyer

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    Having followed them since the Leeman Bennett days & being a CF'er (a decade now) the SB outcome is "win-win" for me. ;-)
     
  9. Leonardfan

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    I am actually happy with this outcome. Atlanta vs. New England should be an entertaining game. Matt Ryan is in the prime of his career and will hopefully play into his late 30s and probably outlast Scam and Jameez in the NFC south. Brady is a machine - best QB of all time hands down and I can't wait to see Edelman, Amendola and Hogan in front of who knows how many television viewers display their tremendous athletic ability and hopefully open some more eyes and begin questioning the lack of white players in the league.
     
  10. Thrashen

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    Some points concerning the Patriots-Steelers matchup…

    What the Patriots did to the Steelers was so beautiful. It wasn’t merely whites dominating blacks…they appeared to demoralize them on an atomic level. The “Chocolate Curtain” had no fight, no hunger, no passion, and no will to overcome the Patriot offense that so effortlessly conquered them. Their bug-eyed, Ebonics-talking coach, Mike Tomlin, must’ve felt superfluously-ashamed given the video that emerged of him using curse when referring to the Patriots, calling them “********,” “mother-ckers,” and saying “we gonna be ready for they azz!”

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    CAPTION: “boff dem white boiz, Hogan and Edelman, iz juss rayciss!”

    Given that the footballs utilized in the AFC Championship Game were checked for proper inflation before and after every single play, Steelers owner, Dan Rooney, is now imploring the NFL to investigate “Hate Crime” charges against the Patriots for their merciless drubbing of his “Chocolate Curtain” defense. With Chris Hogan and Julian Edelman abusing the all-black starting eleven for 17 catches, 298 yards, and 3 TDs (the best for any WR duo in any title game in NFL history), and Amendola notching 2 catches for 12 yards, Rooney felt that the contest was a manifestation of white racism. The elderly Marxist described the competition as a “modern day slave whipping.” In fact, the only black WR to catch a pass for New England was rookie, Malcolm Mitchell, who had one forgettable snag for 5 yards. When was the last time an NFL team had their white WR’s tally 310 yards and their black WR’s only 5 yards in any NFL game…let alone a Conference Championship? Perhaps 50 years ago?

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    CAPTION: Brady's Troops Superbowl Bound

    Hogan’s Highlights…



    Back in September during an episode of “Inside the NFL,” degenerate turned role model, Brandon Marshall, was prophetic in his praise of Hogan…

    “Everyone’s forgetting about this one guy on the roster. This is the secret weapon: Hogan. He is a monster. That’s the type of guy I want on my team. That guy can play ball.”

    Julian Edelman enjoyed his second straight 100-yard game in the 2016-2017 playoffs and scored a great TD and had a nice 41-yard gain…





    Rob Ninkovich’s fumble recovery changed the game at the most crucial of moments. The reliable DE/OLB hybrid (undrafted, unwanted, jerked around for years before being signed by NE) now has 15 recoveries, which leads the NFL over the past 7 years.

    Then there’s the all-time greatest QB to ever play, Tom Brady. 32/42 for 384 yards, 3 TD’s, and that’s with his team taking their foot off the gas with about 8 minutes left. The evergreen veteran took sacks when necessary, threw the ball away when he didn’t like the defense, checked into great plays at the line, and didn't even come close to throwing an INT. One can only fathom how dominant he’d be this season if the great RT, Sebastian Vollmer, along with arguably the best overall football player in the NFL, Rob Gronkowski, weren’t on IR.

    Credit must be given to New England’s defense, a unit that has been “bend, don’t break” all season long and carried the team through Brady's suspension. Superbowl 49 hero, CB Malcolm Butler (who was also undrafted), was fantastic all season and made some nice plays. He plays with great confidence, despite drawing the opponent’s best WR each week. Likewise with CB, Logan Ryan, a player who has really elevated his game this season after looking like another huge bust who was actually pulled during their Superbowl 49 win in favor of Butler. Hightower isn’t the greatest in coverage LB, but he’s played the run well all season. Alan Branch is a stout DT who can stand his ground in the middle. McCourty, a former 1st round bust at CB, has finally become a top flight safety after years of mediocre play. Safety Pat Chung can’t cover anybody, but comes up well in run support. The white players (Ninkovich, McClellin, and Long) aren’t superstars, but all have contributed in times of great need.

    The Pats have a major challenge ahead and could easily lose to a quality Atlanta team. All of their SB’s have been nail-biters and I’d expect no different this time around. Win or lose, the Pats are a nightmare for the anti-white Caste System and have been a joy to watch for the better part of 10 years (since Welker joined the team in 2007).
     
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  11. wile

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    Sanders mentioned "reverse racism" when it came to evaluating Edelman for accolades over his abilities. Personally I hate the word "racism" and all the other "isms", "ists" and "phobias" that have society in a delirium. I've long thought Sanders wore his bigotry on his sleeve, not that I have a problem with it if he is honest, but in "Murka 2.0 honesty is not a virtue.
     
  12. Leonardfan

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    And we only hear black players/commentators who make comments about this. No white coach, scout, GM, or commentator says anything.
     
  13. wile

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    The white gimps would rather lose than be called "racist", even losers in the NFL or sportsdom get paid, "racists" do not even if they are SB winning locks. I wish someone of any color would nut up and go on one of those shouting head shows and just admit that the NFL is a black league another NBA but on turf, at least it would be the first hint of honesty.
     
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    True. At some time whites need to start publicly speaking up about anti-white racism.

    Maybe with the change in atmosphere caused by the Trump election it will happen.

    When it finally does happen I think it will be like a dam breaking.
     
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    Hopefully it will happen fairly quickly. The anti-White extreme left still owns the streets and the media narrative. Trump is remaining combative with the "mainstream" media that is openly against him and his support base. Likewise the street scum and the SJWs need to learn that their time of uncontested whining and intolerance is ending. When that happens, more and more Whites may finally begin to voice what they've been feeling inside for many years.

    I'd love to see President Trump have George Soros arrested for treason and promoting domestic terrorism. That would send the kind of signal that it is indeed a new era to the cultural communists that needs to be sent.
     
  16. Thrashen

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    Deion Sanders quote about Edelman being a victim of racism because he's white:

    “I’m going the say this, you can run with it, they can say what they want — it’s like reverse racism. I’m not lying. This is real talk. Julian Edelman, just because he is a Caucasian receiver, they don’t give him the credit that he deserves. He deserves so much more. This kid can flat out play. There hasn’t been an answer for him over the last several years. Julian Edelman moves chains, he can get deep, he works between the numbers, works outside the numbers, he can throw the football, he can can run the football — he can do it all, man.”



    Sanders speaks the truth here, but has also been a frequent offender in the "Another ESPN Jerk" thread here at CF, where he's been documented insulting white athleticism on multiple occasions throughout his broadcasting career, sometimes viciously. Michael Irvin is also bi-polar on this topic, praising guys like Nelson and Welker and saying they're "underappreciated" and "underestimated" because they're white, but also belittling white athletes (recall his ridiculous comments that Tony Romo must be part black) with the best of them. It's hard to figure these guys out...but I'm glad CF exists that we can log/analyze their scatter-brained behavior.
     
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    A full two-thirds of the front page of the "Playoff Xtra" section of today's Pittsburgh Post-Gazette consists of a color photograph of Chris Hogan about to spike the ball after one of his TD receptions. :campeon:
     
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    I'll take the honest, albeit inconsistent, opinions of Sanders & Irvin everyday. They're being human in my opinion.. some days they probably feel empathy for White players like Edelman who face racism in the NFL.. and some days they probably resent their unique success. I get those emotions.
    The guys I can't listen to anymore, are the calculated, self-hating White reporters.. who have an iron clad policy of always begrudging and/or diminishing White players. There's no genuine feeling in it.. it's just programmed bigotry.
     
  19. CrazyFinn

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    Is this the picture: :D

    (And I think Edelman in the background is exchanging pleasantries with one of Tomlin's Africans, #31)

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  20. Shadowlight

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    First a side note. The Super Bowl in Houston will be played on an artificial surface called turf nation. Secondly Ryan Shazier the dirtiest player this side of Suh was his usual dirty self trying to knock out Edelman with a head shot last night. He was penalized but you have guys like Richard Sherman bitching about NFL rules that he finds too strict when it comes to celebrations when you would think the players would first and foremost want stricter rules on skull shots and the elimination of ghastly artificial playing fields.
    Ghastly. That's how I felt after the Packers game-(-for the record Atlanta is in my mind just as caste as the Steelers unless you want to make a case for part time edge rusher vet Brooks Reed?)- and listening to Mike and Mike this morning. Why listen you ask ? I want to see what the enemy has to say when they have to eat you know what. But these two royal pricks will not be deterred. Greenberg was a fire breathing ball of hate that bitterly complained that the Steelers didn't adjust to the Pats passing game. Golic threw Hogan and Edelman under the bus by demeaning them and saying things like they are not elite by any means but products of a system.Leo mentioned in a post today that a lot of the media has bought into the theory that Hogan and Edelman are "system players" and nothing more. Their take on the Pack game was entirely different. Not a word about the Pack's incredibly bad DB's. In a nutshell according to them and their guest today the Falcons were just too athletic and fast. Both Golic and Greenberg were frothing at the mouth over Julio Jones like schoolgirls at a Justin Beiber concert.
    As they pissed and moaned about the Steelers zone giving the Pats wide receivers" freedom to find gaps" their whole argument was put the black dudes on the white dudes man on man. They ignored the game last week where Hogan was torching the man to man of Houston and was on his way to way over 100 yards but was sidelined with an injury for basically an entire half. Edelman also had a an excellent game against the" man to man" the two Mike dickheads were squealing for in the Steelers game.
    Hogan has emerged as the best white deep threat on a team of national import since Jordy .BTW Kudos to Jordy for toughing it out Sunday with broken ribs. Playing man to man on Hogan is fraught with danger. If the CB doesn't get a good early jostle on him then the safety better be in position or he will burn the crap out of him taking it to the house. Probably the best defense is to double team him but you can't have the safety too shallow. The Pats played that scheme with Antonio Brown who is lightening quick but does not have the pure deep speed of Hogan so the safety can move in a bit closer. With Hogan one false move by the safety and it is goodnight ala the flea flicker last night. Edelman can't be covered one on one. He is just too quick and agile but since he is in the slot the linebacker traffic helps cover for the CB. But the bottom line is these guys are too good and the best way to "eliminate" the danger from these wide receivers is to apply a fast and disruptive pass rush which the Steelers were banking on. Keep in mind Julian was not at full strength last year against Denver.
    This is a very important game for us and it won't be easy. I want to see the likes of Greenberg and Golic eat it RAW!!!!
    In case you are wondering I am sort of rooting for the Pats ha ha ha. One last thing. When was the last time a Super Bowl team featured two star white wide receivers? I know there were great white WR's on the first three Super Bowl winners the Packers and Jets but after that??? Oh and Steve Watson (who was mentioned in the 1000 yard forum) the former Denver great WR got a mention last night when they were discussing great undrafted wide receivers like Chris Hogan. Penn State you ********.
     
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    Tomlin, "our guys could not cover Hogan and Edelman." Golic and brainwashed idiots," they are only system players, not elite." Pure caste speak and willing caste spokesmen cowards spuing it.
     
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    Just a shout out to continue this feel good thread. It was so great for Hogan and Edelman to have that dual breakout game on such a national stage. So many times this year they would bring the Pats down the field only to have Blount or another 'brotha' get the TD. By the way, for you Facebook fans, Julian Edelman has an active FB page.......'like' him and you get his updates. This morning he posted the very same photo from above of Brady 'high-fiving' the White receiving corp.......it's in black & white and looks awesome......
     
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    That's it, but it's cropped so that you can't see anything to the left of Crawfords player #31, and everything to the right of the cameraman right behind Hogan was taken out too. It's basically a zoom-in on Hogan and looks really cool.

    I watched the Pittsburgh sports media on TV last night and read the Post-Gazette today, and for the most part they were pretty straightforward about the loss and how dominated the Crawfords were. A few snide remarks about Hogan, a supposed "nobody" who became an instant star, forgetting or ignorant of the fact that he led the NFL in average yards per catch, but not merely as bad as (((Mike))) & cucked Mike as mentioned above by Shadowlight.
     
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    That picture would make a great poster. Thanks for posting it guys.
     
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    Great post. To answer your question, the Broncos started Welker and Decker at WR in Super Bowl 48 against Seattle. Demarious Thomas started, too.

    Also, Edelman and Amendola were both listed in the starting lineup for the Pats in SB 49 against Seattle. Brandon LaFell started, too.
     

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