2017 NFL Week 3

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  1. Budmademewizer

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    While the end of the NE vs HOU game was exciting i'm very disappointed in the season so far even without the protest BS.

    So far tonight i have had way more fun watching the scripted action of a WWE PPV than i have watching the nnl all year so far. I quess i've found my non motor sport alt to the nnl.

    While its not a actual athletic competition it is exciting and at least heavily features guys that people here could cheer for. The non white men & women are all great athletes and everybody works together to put on a awesome show.
     
  2. Westside

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    LaBrown, needs to take some remedial English courses. What an idiot.
     
  3. Bruce

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    the ebonics is what bothered me the most about the tweet. What would compel any non-black person to read that and not be horrified?
     
  4. Bruce

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    Here's another sad black pill

    at least I only liked this guy for 20 minutes and not 5 years like Alex Smith
     
  5. Don Wassall

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    Total beatdown of the Raiders, being outgained roughly 500 total yards to 100. Hopefully it's the beginning of their decline.
     
  6. Westside

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    Like their QB, but he is only one white man. Hope they lose from here on out. Also, what a vile f*ck Black Jack De Rio is. I believe this is the most black team in the NFL. Glad this happen today and on national JewV.
     
  7. Westside

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    Great game by Cousins. 356 yards and 3 TDs. Love it.
     
  8. Flint

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    Is it worth it to buy his jersey? I just checked $99 on the NFL site. I don't really want to give the league the money. But will it send a message?
     
  9. BeyondFedUp

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    We can probably guess the spin and who'll be blamed. It's the fall guy of choice. Tough for David to beat this Goliath of a media...
     
  10. Bruce

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    Before you buy it just listen to his words

    I would just give that money to a good charity if I were you. There are enough blue pilled patriotards out there who will buy his jersey
     
  11. Extra Point

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    That's a good question. It would definitely send a message and attract like minded people. On the other hand it does give the league money. I would also read Bruce's post above.

    I would say, if you can easily afford it, the positives outweigh the negatives. You're doing something about the situation.
     
  12. Don Wassall

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    Am watching the local fake news, and they have a running poll scrolling at the bottom. 80% disagree with how the Steelers "protested" today.

    But that'll be about it as far as the "voice of the people." Every Steeler, every coach, every executive, every local pundit, every local journalist, every editorial, will be foursquare in favor of the NFL players fighting for "equality," and will oppose Trump and anyone who supports what Trump said. Tis a very peculiar "land of the free" when only one point of view is tolerated on race and other vital issues.
     
  13. Don Wassall

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    The same local Pittsburgh channel has another poll, asking viewers if they agree with Villanueva's decision to be on the field for the anthem. It's 100% to 0% in favor! Just the opposite of the way the media is reacting in favor of the players. I've never in my life seen a unanimous poll result. Just shows that Middle America is with Trump, no matter how much the system once again pushes their fake news propaganda. I just hope this isn't a "one and done," that there is a grassroots follow-up to boycott the league, and that Trump doesn't drop the matter either.

    Edit: When the poll closed it ended 92 to 8 percent in favor Villanueva, still overwhelming.
     
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  14. Budmademewizer

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    Villanueva can stand as a proud American while the rest of the players either link arms or straight up protests. I'm glad to see at least 1 true American stand on his own today.
     
  15. CrazyFinn

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    We cannot thank President Trump enough for igniting this issue into the forefront. He has certainly opened a big can of worms only the way he can, and he has continued to double and triple down all day with a series tweets, so he's not backing down.

    But now the ball is in the fans' court. As the saying goes, "You can lead a horse to water, but can't make him drink it". Trump has done his job, all the America/Whitey hating black athletes as well as some of their cuck white teammates have shown their true colors. The fans have to step up, they have way more power than they realize. All it would take is a few weeks of declining attendance, tv ratings, and merchandise sales, and these ungrateful bums would get the message.

    But these are DWFs we're talking about, so I'll believe it when I see it.
     
  16. CrazyFinn

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    In other news, it appears that the wheels are coming off in Pete's plantation. Defense bickering amongst each other, offense turning on defense, DFWs in panic mode, good stuff:

    https://mobile.twitter.com/ADubsK5/status/912178158358679552

    It took longer than expected, but I'm really hoping the Tom Iron principle is finally at work here for quite possibly the most odious team in the NFL.
     
  17. Westside

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    The rotten Raidus have supplanted them!
     
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    Don, you got the venue of SEA/TEN wrong (maybe because kickoff was 4:05 ET). The game was in Nashville (2,000 miles from the home of the 12th man).

    John
     
  19. Extra Point

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    What is happening in the NFL is a massive example of the Tom Iron principle.
     
  20. Heretic

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    If Trump's tweets this morning are any indication, he certainly doesn't seem like he's going to give up on the matter. I'm eager to hear Rush Limbaugh later on this morning. He'll definitely be supporting Trump and his audience has now grown to over 27 million because people are looking for any alternative to the fake news media.
     
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    Watched parts of the game last night and was struck by the appearance of the DE/LB James Cowser #47. See below. Every time he was in he was in the MIDDLE of the action. He recovered TWO important fumbles that the inept Raiders failed to cash in on , made a great TFL and just looked damn good. Overall this team looks suspect to me but Cowser looked like he could be a disrupting force on D if given more than half a chance. Any surprise this strictly black team stayed in the locker room for the Anthem? And Marshawn Lynch was bobbing his head up and down on the sidelines late in the game like a stoned out dude at a Reggae concert. Nothing like a having a semi or ( maybe completely) washed up goober on the team. This guy gets paid big bucks to act like some deranged frat clown?
    http://www.raiders.com/assets/image.../centerpiece/2016/05-May/051616-cowser-cp.jpg
     
  22. wile

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    My wife a normieconservative rode me all day to stay away from the NFL, but I snuck in the last minute and OT of my Packers team. Jordy made one hell of a pro move on his last TD, he planted his foot and with that kept the CB just out of reach of making a play on otherwise good coverage.
     
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    Not defending Smith, be he might not know that Trump condemned all sides. If he just gets his info from the MSM like most players, he absolutely doesn't know since our unbiased journalists so faithfully give us unabridged information....NOT. It just shows that Smith is an ignoramus, not necessarily a cuck.
     
  24. Thrashen

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    The "face" of the NFL, Odell Beckham (star of numerous TV commercials, promos for the NFL, and the "hero" to many DWFs and their children) celebrated his two TD catches yesterday by giving the "Black Power" salute and pretending to urinate like a dog. He was penalized 15-yards for peeing on the field...

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    Black power, yeah, it must've been really tough for OBJ growing up rich and attending the same private, ultra-exclusive high school as the Manning brothers in Louisiana. Then he used this friendship with this rich white family (the Mannings) and Eli vouched for him to be drafted by the Giants. Talk about "keepin' it real!"

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    In the past, this sort of stunt by an obnoxious black player used to enrage me. Now, I view it as one more nail in the NFL's self-constructed coffin. This clown boy wonders why he's still playing on his rookie contract. It's so nice to see the Ghanaian Giants, who looked good on paper before the season, drop to 0-3. I won't be happy until they're officially eliminated.
     

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  25. woody39

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    What a brain less idiot. He optimizes what's wrong with both the NFL and alot of society both in the US and to a lesser extent the increasing problems here in the UK.

    Urinating like a dog....i struggle for words.
     

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