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Discussion in 'NFL' started by FootballDad, Sep 6, 2017.
Starting where he left off in college.
Schobert now the Brown's leading tackler, with 7 total, 3 more than the next highest player.
Mike Glennon looking sharp today. Just took the Bears on a long drive to score a TD. Mainly due to his passing.
Matthew Stafford 1 15
Ameer Abdullah 10 15
Dwayne Washington 4 14
Kasey Redfern 1 10
Theo Riddick 1 -1
Meanwhile Zenner is inactive.....
From BSPN Twitter Feed:
T.J. Watt is the first Steeler with two sacks and an interception in a game since LaMarr Woolley in 2010. The last rookie to accomplish the feat was Kevin Williams in 2003.
The Lions run blocking is bad. Zenner plays and gets 70 yards and everyone bitches why can't he get 100? I tell them 70 yards with that line is like 150. I don't think Abdullah has ever had a 100 yard game. But he does have that African name.
He could have just as easily turned that around to a positive and say those are good football names like Nitsche or Buoniconti.
Ertz now up to 93 receiving yards. Hopefully in his way to his first 1,000 yard season.
Just came to post those stat lines. Good thing they let the true athletes play and didn't use Zenner this week. Same bad joke different season.
Zettel with a sack!
Could everybody imagine the monster game Danny would be having if he was healthy and getting the 17 carries that Allen has picked up since the injury.
The Bears with about 30 seconds left. They sure could use a deep threat such as Tanner Gentry here.
BSPN Twitter Feed from Michael Wilbon:
Damn...scared to get too excited about what's developing in Soldier Field...but w Cutler gone I'm not expecting automatic pick6
I guarantee you this would never be tweeted about a black QB...and the chances of it being true would be greater.
LOL Detroit PA system plays Beatles "Let it Be" during review of Lions TD.
Kevin White is down with a shoulder injury. Hopefully they will call up Gentry from the practice squad for next week.
I got a certain level of teasing for my weird-sounding, hard to pronounce, ethnic European last name in school. A lot of that came from members of the Magical Race, who often have last names like Jones, Williams, Washington, etc. Curiously, their first names, such as Donteneisha or Rayshaunda (actual names I remember), were not considered fair game for retaliatory teasing. After taking my husband's very easy to pronounce last name, it was quite a contrast never again having to explain how to spell or pronounce it. #BlackPrivilege
I also remember an article by Dave Barry, the very overrated and unfunny "humor" columnist in which he made fun of Winter Olympic athletes' names. All of them were White, of course, and most of them were eastern European. Making fun of African, Arab, or Asian names would have been considered horribly racist and evil, but it's okay to be ignorant and xenophobic when the target is White.
Bears have just dropped two sure TDs on back to back plays
You have to be kidding me! Mike Glennon just had TWO game winning touchdowns taken away from him because his affletic receivers couldn't hold on to the ball
Brooks Reed with another sack to win the game!
Glennon played great today. And Tampa Bay wouldn't even give him a fair chance.
Nick Vigil with 10 tackles (currently, second) and an INT for Cincy.
Sumo Massie gives up game sealing sack to Brooks Reed.
Karma for cutting Gentry
Glennon sacked on 4th down, Falcons win. I wonder how much blame will be given to the black receivers who couldn't hold on to the ball in the endzone.
The Falcons are whiter than the Patriots this year. Happy to see them win, especially against an anti-white Bears squad, by far the least White-friendly in the NFC North.