2016 Season NFL Playoffs

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  1. DixieDestroyer

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    Atlanta is NOT as caste as Pittsburgh.
    The Falcons have 5-6 White starters on offense & 2 on defense. Whereas, $hitsburgh only has 4 White starters on offense & none on defense.
     
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    “I don’t think he’s a great coach at all,” Bradshaw, the former Steelers Hall of Fame quarterback, said about Tomlin with a straight face. “He’s a nice coach. To me, and I’ve said this, he’s really a great cheerleader guy. I don’t know what he does. But I don’t think that he’s a great coach at all.”

    ↑↑↑ That's why Bradshaw Had four rings. The Steelers are 102-57 on Tomlin’s 10-year watch, but in fact, they played Browns & Bengals 2 games per season.
     
  3. Lew

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    There's nothing to figure out about these guys, they're just taking cues from their producers. I've been listening to Cris Carter a lot lately on FS1 and he's been wonderful. I find myself agreeing with him all the time . Today he even defended NE's recievers after Skip Bayless kept mockingly referring to them as "three little white guys" . This is the same Cris Carter who was the most despicable racist at ESPN for the last decade. Theyre just trying to manipulate people
     
  4. Westside

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    So according to Skip "dickless" Bayless, being white, 601 and 220 lbs is considered a little white guy. This willing caste shill is following the script to a tee. Man, if I ever saw him in public, a couple of adjectives would be hurled his way.
     
  5. celticdb15

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    I've heard multiple sources refer to NEs wrs as short "white guys". Libtard media is still so distraught with a Trump win they're not even disguising their disdain for white men, especially ones playing a "black man's" position. I hope the Patriots kick the Falcons ass. Matty Ice has been great all season but if they win Sanu and Jones get will get the credit. Here's to the New England Dynasty and Super Bowl victory number 5.
     
  6. Thrashen

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    Do any of you guys know where to find the video/audio of Skip Bayless referring to the Patriot WR corps "three little white guys?" Did it happen on the radio, or on his unwatchable FS1 show, “Undisputed?”

    Just a few weeks ago, his “Undisputed” co-host, the vile Shannon Sharpe, called Cole Beasley “Measly Beasley” and Jason Witten as a “big, slow, lumbering white guy.” Bayless vigorously defended them. I posted about this incident in the "Another ESPN Jerk" thread. All of these commentator clowns are either bi-polar, or (as Lew said), they are intentionally manipulating people by taking a new position every day. Dan Patrick is another fickle ESPN cuck who'll defend white athleticism one day and talk about racism against whites, then act like a white-loathing Caste whore the next.

    Anyway, here’s “little” Chris Hogan, probably the strongest and fastest WR in the league…





    As for Edelman, he's a SB champ and the owner of two 1,000-yard receiving seasons. He's played QB, WR, RB, KR, PR, and CB (in 2011) in the NFL. He's arguable the most versatile skill player since Deion Sanders. This is his 3rd trip to the SB.

    In two years, Amendola went from an undrafted free agent to leading the NFL in all-purpose yards (2,364) in 2010. He may not be a "superstar," but during their 2014-2015 playoff run, Danny was ultra-clutch.
     
  7. Lew

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    It happened on Undisputed. But it's a 2.5 hour long show and they only release a condensed 1 hr long podcast and it wasn't on there.
     
  8. Don Wassall

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    Agree completely about Carter, Deion Sanders, etc. They'll occasionally throw us a bone in the way of acknowledging a very tiny sliver of the "reverse racism" Whites face, but there's no consistency and especially no desire to look at the bigger picture.

    Back when Rush Limbaugh made his infamous remarks about black quarterbacks and the media, Michael Irvin was on set and said "Rush has a point." But after the instant media witchhunt against Limbaugh began, he quickly reversed course. Understandable in that case as the totalitarians brook no dissent when it comes to race, but the point is that while there may be an occasional soundbite we like, no one, black or White, is going to keep their job in the lamestream media by coming remotely close to acknowledging the existence of the Caste System and how the media enables it. They all know Limbaugh crossed the line of what's permissible, as relatively innocuous as his heresy seems to us.

    And like Carter, Sanders has made a lot of breathtakingly ignorant comments about White football players over the years. I'd say Solomon Wilcots and Willie McGinnis are pretty fair commentators overall, but no one in the corporate media is our friend or ally. It's analogous to wanting some White quarterback to begin spouting CF approved views; it aint gonna happen.
     
  9. wile

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    Sports media is a joke, the ethics of teen girls with a salary. As for the producers driving this, yeah I tend to think that as well. It's clickbait, just like those awful rags like Salon and others produce race baiting click bait. Gone are the days of the Noble Jackie Robinson meme for sports media, hello blue haired SJW.

    But they do know their conservatives, because conservatives always fall for it, Libtard says something controversial and STUPID and conservative skips the most important step of discrediting the Libtard and then proceeds into "serious" educational discussion, and fail.
     
  10. wile

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    If I were a superstud player I think the only guy I would speak to is Gruden, yeah he can be caste flunky homer but if talking about football he talks about football. I'm probably skipping over some decent dudes but since I rarely watch sports media (because it sucks) Gruden is all I can name.
     
  11. Shadowlight

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    Thrashen pretty much covered all the bases of the Pats game but the media in general didn't capture the essence of the game. While I have seen some very good stories on Hogan, Don is correct, he didn't just come out of nowhere. He was a solid player for the Bills and this season basically led the league in yards per catch. Brady played well and Belichick had a great game plan granted but a more proper analysis of the game would have focused on the stars of the game Edelman and Hogan. So the media focus should have been on Edelman and how he is now the standard bearer of slot receivers and budding speedster/star Hogan. The O line should get some points for pass protection and the DB's on the Pats did a good job of containing Brown. Also a special mention for DT Alan Branch for being so stout and tough to move up front and complicating the Steelers plan to run it down the Patriots' throats. That is the proper media response to the game.
    Instead we get Steelers bashing---all of a sudden what worked for them during their torrid winning streak should have been thrown out the window? That they beat teams this year that featured great passing attacks and stellar wide receivers with the same game plan doesn't need to be put into the equation? The impression a lot of the media gives is that the Steelers lost because of a bad defensive game plan rather than being beat by some studs on offense. Besides they played a zone D all year long and weren't about to risk Hogan beating them over the top all night long. Tell that to Mike Greenberg who despises and flatly denies any idea that a great skill position player like a WR that requires speed, agility and quickness could be white. He is "shocked" that the Steelers let the Pats wide receivers (ie white guys) perform well. Greenberg's kryptonite are guys like Hogan and Edelman who he didn't even mention by name yesterday. Do the Pats play a very smart brand of football of course they do but you need talent within any type of system and the media in general has really shortchanged Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid (my nicknames for Hogan and Edelman). To be fair some media outlets UNDERSTAND what a stud Edelman is and are now seeing Hogan's talent blossoming but you can bet the "entire media" would be FAWNING over these two if they were black.
     
  12. Thrashen

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    Nice points. The Steelers' suddenly-maligned zone coverage worked very well against Tyreek Hill and Jeremy Maclin of the Chiefs just one week prior. In December, they held Odell Beckham and Sterling Shepherd of the Giants in check, too. Likewise with TY Hilton (the NFL's leading receiver) of the Colts on Thanksgiving. Steve Smith of the Ravens and Terrell Pryor of the Browns weren't very effective, either.

    The black Steeler DB's were viciously burned by white WR's, so like the Grinch Who Stole Christmas, the Caste System "thought up a lie and thought it up quick"...

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    CAPTION: "Why, it's because the zone defense doesn't work, my dear"
     
  13. Lew

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    They sure would. Anyone remember how the media used to gush over the two slowpokes Larry Fitzgerald and Anquan Boldin in the late 2000s ? Fitz ran a 4.6 forty and Boldin a 4.7 :lol:
     
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    Stephen A Smith a bit of a cartoon character to begin with, I guess is a Steelers fan although I take that with a bit of salt--isn't he from Philly?--was out of control screaming that the Steelers "let" guys like Hogan torch them. And already you can feel the sides being drawn in the sand which reminds me in a way of the Larry Bird/ Magic Johnson Celtics Lakers rivalry in the 80's. But here the underlying media slant is the" stud athletic Falcons receivers versus the fly by night white New England receivers"." The stud fast young energetic Falcons versus the steady cerebral Patriots." Even though it isn't truly a black versus white game ---there are no white DB's on either team (although wouldn't it be funny if they put Edelman on Jones) I think here at caste football we can feel so much is on the line especially when you consider the future implications of a Patriots win with Hogan and Edelman playing great games. The optics could do wonders for budding white athletes who have lived under this fog of despair and limitations." Don't run white boy that is for blacks only because they are better than you" are mottos more than a generation of whites have heard over and over again until it became a reality. I am not asking for the moon or all white teams per say. But more white representation at glory positions is not such a bad thing is it sports world?
     
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    There was a pretty good conversation on this whole White patriot receiver thing on the "Make Me Smarter" Podcast w/ Cris Carter and (ultimate wigger) Nick Wright.
     
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    To these guys, obviously the Falcons have better offensive talent than the Patriots -I mean, come on, the Falcons have Julio Jones, enough said. :afro:

     
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    Well the one guy was saying the Falcons have the better supporting cast on offense, but he sounded like he thought the Patriots are going to blow them out. The other guy was saying he thinks the Patriots offensive weapons are as good as Atlanta other than Jones.
     
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    I just read that during the regular season New England was #1 in points allowed and #3 in points scored. Atlanta was #1 in points scored and #27 in points allowed. A good defense almost always beats a good offense in the Superbowl. All of a sudden I am alot less worried about this game.
     
  19. DixieDestroyer

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    Brady has had a better career, but I say Ryan has had the better (MVP) season. The Pats have a better overall WR/TE corps & defense but Atlanta has the edge at RB. For this game, I'd say the QB & OL match-ups are even. However, since NE has the better defense (as mentioned above), that helps their edge in this game.

    ***I've pulled for the Falcons since the Leeman Bennett days, but am (now) a Pats fan too (...for anti-caste reasons). Therefore, the game outcome is win/win for me personally. ;-)
     
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    Of course. I grew up watching the Redskins. I find it very hard to root against them. When they play against CF teams like New England or Green Bay, I find myself rooting for both teams.
     
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    I used to be a quasi DWF of the Giants. For many years on Caste Football I still rooted for them as they were White friendly enough. The last couple seasons they have become unwatchable. I actively rooted against them this entire season and was overjoyed when the Packers crushed them. The "G-men" are dead to me.
     
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    Same; so tired of the relentless removal of whites from this sport, I am color-sighted, and now see only black and white.
     
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    I grew up watching the Cowboys in the 70's. Tom Landry was a great coach and played a lot of white players. He even had some white RB's early on (Garrison and Laidlaw)...and who can forget all pro safety's Cliff Harris and Charley Waters! Of course my all time favorite QB, Roger Staubach, who I consider one of the greatest of all time. Definitely top 5. I think he is one the few, if not the first to win the Heisman, NFL/Super Bowl MVP, and the Super Bowl!
     
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    As a niners fan, I feel the same way. This team is (or at least in 2016) pathetic, what is there 4 starters (Staley, Beadles, Kilgore, and McDonald/Celek) and maybe Bellore on defence, but apart from that there's nothing - a hopeless communist at QB who specialises in three and outs, horrible receivers, and barely anything good on defence, just a lot of mediocrity. I wouldn't say I actively supported the opponent, but as the losses (14 of them!) kept piling on I stopped caring for the most part. Hopefully now that Baalke is gone and Shanahan is coming in there will actually be some talent (see: white) coming in, say Trubisky, McCaffrey, Kupp etc. I sure do hope Shanahan and the new GM can make this team great again!
     
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    It 's interesting that the 49ers might be able to draft Trubisky, McCaffrey and Kupp 1,2,3. That would be a coup.

    It might be possible because white players are undervalued.
     

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