2016 Season NFL Playoffs

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  1. Freethinker

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    Unreal. These affletes couldn't catch a cold.
     
  2. TwentyTwo

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    Not sure the Lions receivers are capable of catching a cold o_O

    Ha ha Freethinker we posted same thing..same time; but was looking for proper face
     
  3. Riggins44

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    Ebron drops an easy catch on 3rd down, killing what had been a good drive. So many affletes in the NFL are just terrible.
     
  4. white lightning

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    I rarely agree with Sissy Chrissy but I do on one thing he said. For the Lions to have
    a chance to win, they need to keep the score close so that Zach Zenner can get the ball
    in the 2nd half. They keep getting down by too many points and they have to throw the
    whole 2nd half. Having a balanced attack can help them to pull the upset.

    Zenner with a great start. He has 25 yards rushing on 5 runs. Keep it up ZZ Tops!
     
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  5. TwentyTwo

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    Need to do a Wheel route for Zenner
     
  6. Riggins44

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    WTF was that call on 4th down?? At least give your team a chance. Zenner wasn't even in on the play!

    Caldwell is an idiot, as we know.
     
  7. Freethinker

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    Caldwell is the coaching version of a game manager. He can lead a good roster to the playoffs but you can see he's overmatched against the top teams and coaches. Buffoonish play calls like the 4th down is a prime example.
     
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    That stupid 4th down call......,instead of handing it to Zenner, changed the whole momentum of the game.......
     
  9. CrazyFinn

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    At least we can be reasonably optimistic that Matt Ryan and the high powered Atlanta offense will destroy these Blackhawks next week.
     
  10. Riggins44

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    Boldin with the TNB on the sideline and the penalty. Looks like Caldwell can't keep the wheels from falling off his poorly disciplined, mistake-prone team.
     
  11. Westside

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    Affelets continue the alligator arms feast in a another city.
     
  12. Lew

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    It's amazing how these cucks and DWF act like all these drops are just a normal part of the game. I know there are lots of people on this site who've been watching football for decades, so across all levels of football from high school to the pros are frequent drops supposed to be a normal thing ? What happens to a white high school wr who drops a lot of passes, does the coach say oh don't worry about it son no big deal ?
     
  13. jacknyc

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    these receivers have more drops than catches
     
  14. Don Wassall

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    Fundamentals have declined precipitously in football, basketball and baseball since the onset of the Caste System and the pandering to blacks (and hispanics in baseball) and the lowering of standards and expectations that goes along with it.
     
  15. Liverlips

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    I hardly watched any NFL this year (and dont really miss it). But, man, the league has gotten even blacker than a few years ago with the O-line now going caste as well. Oakland had 1 white starter and Seattle had 2 white starters.
     
  16. Lew

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    How different was it in past decades when it came to dropping passes ?
     
  17. Lew

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    I really don't understand why the O-line is starting to go caste. One of the main goals of the caste system is to promote the myth of black athletic superiority but very few people consider offensive lineman to be athletic.

    The average fan probably has it in his mind that your typical lineman is just some "fat" white guy anyway, I don't think most of them are even paying attention to the offensive line. It makes sense to me why a team would have a quotaback or alligator arm affletes as receivers but when it comes to lineman why would you put yourself at a massive disadvantage when it doesn't even advance your goals at all ? The only thing I can think of for why this is happening is that they just want to create more AA jobs for undeserving blacks.
     
  18. Don Wassall

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    There's always been drops; a football zinging toward you at a good pace isn't the easiest thing to catch. But on average, Whites have better hand-eye coordination than blacks, and the artificial racial quotas in football that result in blacks dominating the receiver position certainly is a big factor in the large number of drops that has become commonplace.
     
  19. MrPoon

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    Zenner looks great! What a catch! So glad he's getting a chance finally.
     
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    Matt Prater's still a helluva field goal kicker
     
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    I really hope Zenner's reward is a decent contract next season instead of some non-guaranteed tender to fight for a roster spot in training camp. He's proven his worth as a legit NFL player and should be a major part of the DET offense going forward.
     
  22. MrPoon

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    Lion's defense pathetic!
     
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    officials are definitely on Suckhawks side 2-3 blatant facemasks not called 1 on Suckhawks touchdown pass and QB Wilson blatant blocking in the back right in front of the offical not called, even Crissie commented it should have been called. We know whose pockets have been greased....
     
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    Its clear, obviously the crooked refs are on the take. The face mask on the blackhawks for the 1st TD, now the blackhawk DB outright tackles the receiver. NO CALL.
     
  25. Leonardfan

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    Non-call on that PI as well. Bolding is an idiot
     

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