2018 NFL Week 6

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  1. FootballDad

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    Real barn-burner on tap for tonight, the Ghanian Giants vs. the BLM Eagles. Not too much in the positive column for this one aside that both teams have white QB's, a white TE to catch passes, 3/5 white O-lines and a sprinkling of palefaces elsewhere.

    Fortunately I have work to do around the house and cars so I probably won't be able to watch the magical Sasquatch Barkley do his first-round thing, but you never know.
     
  2. Don Wassall

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    For those complaining about Christian McCaffrey's usage, he leads the NFL in average yards from scrimmage per game at 130.2. He's down the list a bit in total yards, but only because Carolina is one of the few teams to have had their bye week already. His 130.2 average is the key stat:

    https://www.footballdb.com/stats/stats.html?mode=Y

    Christian is currently 10th in rushing yards, but again everyone ahead of him has played five games to his four. His 82 average rushing yards per game puts him third, just behind Todd Gurley.

    https://www.footballdb.com/stats/stats.html?lg=NFL&yr=2018&type=reg&mode=R&conf=&limit=25
     
  3. Truthteller

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    Last Sunday I watched both the Giants and Eagles play -- only because they were playing the Panthers and Vikings. Two games in a day is significant for me because I haven't watched much football this year...For the first time in several years, I've even tuned out the Patriots when Rex and Hogan's roles were heavily diminished/then Rex was placed on injured reserve.

    Anyway, I'm not much excited about Giants/Eagles either.....But I guess most Caste posters should be rooting for the Giants. Hopefully the Vikings can get their act together, so it would be beneficial for us if the Eagles and their caste-whore owner keep losing and losing big with their odious all-black defense (except for super-cuck Chris Long).

    Losman Lurie (owner) is the same Hollywood dirt-bag that had U.S. Secret Service vet about 75 members of the Eagles for an appearance (RSVP) at the White House 6 days before going... 2 days prior to the event the list of attenders was reportedly whittled down to 3 : Foles, HC Pederson and the team's Eagle mascot. Event was canceled, clearly Lurie and the NFL wanted to humiliate the President.

    Giants, with a new GM, actually could start two white defenders or utilize both on the field at the same time for most of the game. While not stunning, that probably hasn't happened since war lusting, globalist stool Jorge Arbusto's (G.W. Bush) first term as President ... the Sehorn days?

    Giants have also replaced both sumo OT's (Bobby Hart & Erik Flowers) with whites....it will take a while, but they "might" be heading in the right direction? With Jerry Reese gone, how can they not get better from a Caste perspective?


    P.S: Don't even get me started on the Eagles longtime Caste-Clown deluxe defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz, who's really starting to resemble Stanley Roper.
     
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  4. Don Wassall

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    Zach Ertz has been targeted 58 times through five games, the most ever for a TE in the first five games since targets began being counted in 1992.
     
  5. BeyondFedUp

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    I hope Ertz continues to get the ball thrown his way. He is indeed the new Jason Witten: Great hands, tough, great blocker and very dependable in getting open and making the catch even in traffic unlike many overpaid upsiders. He was great even in their loss to Minn last week.
     
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    And the Eagles rookie tight end Dallas Goedert is looking like a beast too. Now back to worshipping SAYquan.
     
  7. Awake in America

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    Has Troy had a few tonight? He seems particularly jovial. Second half might be interesting.
     
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    I'm thinking the same thing. Looks and sounds like he might be a tad tipsy, and he's also been a Caste clown, which is very rare for him.
     
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    No whites can play corner this bad? None?
     
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    Buck and Aikman drooling over Barkley's thighs was the most embarrassing thing I've seen so far this season. That is Collingsworth level cuckery.
     
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    The Giants actually look decent on defense, with Mauro, Barwin, and Stupar playing plenty. I believe Barwin and Mauro started, but Nathan Stupar is the one whos made the most impact so far tallying 6 tot tackles.
     
  12. Old Scratch

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    They said Barkley was disappointed with his 40 and felt he should run a 4.2 instead of a 4.4. Then they praised him on his unbelievable athleticism based on "his truth" of running a 4.2.
     
  13. Extra Point

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    Barkley refused to do the broad jump and three cone at the combine. Probably he didn't do them because he knew he would not do well in them. He was average in the 20 yd shuttle.

    Barkley is an overhyped player who is a poor runner between the tackles. He's a good receiver and is a breakaway threat but he's not a "generational talent" as some in the mainstream media have said.
     
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    I have to disagree with the majority of posters here on Barkley. I think he actually a rare afflete who has skills to match his hype. He’s a rare black that is able to run, catch and block.

    The Giants are a very poor team with an offensive line that was terrible. It’s seeming to improve with an infusion of White talent but still a work in progress. Barkley and this line has now shredded two highly ranked run defenses, Carolina and Philadelphia, in back to back weeks while I’d imagine the defenses were focusing on him.

    He actually reminds me of McCaffrey and I think the two could be the most talented overall in the NFL right now.
     
  15. Don Wassall

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    I agree with you about Barkley. His talent shows how weak the running back position is these days and has been for a while. Which is to be expected when only 1/8 of the available talent pool is allowed to play the position, and that talent pool continues to shrink.

    Eli needs time to throw to be an effective quarterback, and the Giants seemingly are incapable of providing him with even a half-decent offensive line. It's hard to believe but they're just as much a mess this season as they were last season with clueless McAdoo, and for the exact same reasons.

    It wouldn't surprise me if this is Eli's last season as a starter; he may not even make it through this season without being benched again. He's a convenient scapegoat but at the same time he's pretty much dysfunctional given their o-line woes. Any team that was still starting Ereck Flowers at tackle to begin the season deserves what's coming to it.
     
  16. Extra Point

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    After 6 games Eli Manning has a completion percentage of 68.7 and a QB rating of 90.9. These are good stats. Statistics don't tell the whole story but they tell part of it.

    Overall Manning has been an above average quarterback so far this year. PFF rates him as "good." Manning's not the reason for their bad record so far.

    Eli Manning | New York Giants QB | NFL and PFF stats | Pro Football ...

    Manning's being unfairly scapegoated for the team's failure this year because he's white. The mainstream media is calling for his replacement.

    End of Eli Manning with New York Giants - Time for team to draft new ...

    The Giants had a golden opportunity to draft a potential franchise quarterback in Sam Darnold but they passed on him in order to draft St. Saquon. The mainstream media should have been blasting this boneheaded move. Instead they praised it or gave it a free pass. Now, after the opportunity is gone, they advocate the Giants drafting a quarterback, even though their starter isn't playing badly.

    The mainstream media pushes their anti-white, black supremacist agenda above all else. You can predict how they're going to report something by the races of the people involved. Potential franchise quarterback Sam Darnold is white, running back Saquon Barkley is black. They support drafting Barkley over Darnold. Their white starting quarterback plays reasonably well? The losing is his fault. Replace him!
     
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    Is it possible that Manning is being scapegoated because he's the quarterback, he's not playing well, and quarterbacks are often scapegoated when a team flounders. If I was an executive with the Giants I would be looking to the present and the future and be thinking about the team's next starting quarterback.

    Everything is not always "black and white" with no shades in between.
     
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    I have to agree with you as well. I call him "Sasquatch" just because of his ridiculous invented first name's resemblance, but he's a good player. He had over 150 yards total at halftime, basically most of the Giants offense. One criticism which is either good or bad, depending on how you look at it, is that he tries to hit the home run rather than just plow forward most of the time. This is why some call him a poor between-the-tackles runner. He's always trying to make a cut or two to be able to break into the open field. Don is correct in that he does illustrate how weak the talent pool is at RB, just like at CB where for the most part only blacks need apply.

    Eli on the other hand, is performing poorly, despite what the stats that Extra Point posts. On third downs last night he was plain bad. Before I pressed the "off" button, they had gone 0-15 on third downs going back to the previous week. I still think Eli can play, but there is a lot of negatives going on offensively with the Giants, bad O-line and a dysfunctional wide receiver corps let by ultra-diva Odell Beckham (who left the field early before halftime). Heck, without Barkley, they would have no offense.
     
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    Odell Beckham Jr. is bound to be sitting in a prison cell some day. Last night, he had yet another bizarre chimp-out that involved him head-butting and punching an industrial fan and screaming a plethora obscenities to himself on the sideline...



    How much do the Ghanaian Giants regret signing the “Metrosexual Malcontent” with zero impulse control to a $95 million contract?
     
  20. Old Scratch

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    Nobody said Saquon is a bad player. What was said is that he isn't a uniquely gifted athlete. Troy Apke had a better 40, better 20 yard shuffle and the exact same vert. For RBs specifically there are plenty of RBs in or now out of the league with similar or better measurables. RBs don't need insane measurables to be extremely effective, as shown by Leveon Bell.
     
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    Barkley seems to be the real deal so far. I would classify Barkley, McCaffrey, and Gurley as all in the top level of current running backs in the NFL. Which should lead to the question that anyone who understands standard bell-curve distributions should be asking...for every McCaffrey, there should be several white solid RB1s in the league, and dozens of second and third-string white running backs who get a decent number of touches. But there aren't. McCaffrey should be one of many white NFL RBs, instead of the token that the Caste system "generously" allows to play in hopes of shutting us up. Imagine if only one black player was allowed to be a starting NFL QB. The howls of "racism" would burst all our eardrums.

    That said, the DWF idea that Barkley is a once-in-a-generation talent is ridiculous. I wouldn't even call McCaffrey a once-in-a-generation talent, because there are other white guys out there who could do what he does but were never given the chance.
     
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    A doctor I used to work with had a funny TNB story about a guy named "Jaquon," so I can't help thinking of that whenever I see the name "Saquon."
     
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    McCaffrey IS a once in a generation talent. Who else was conceived to play sports? I'm sorry, but have you guys ever given consideration to the fact that people like his dad and mom may think the way we do? James Woods says that Hollywood is far more conservative than you think, it's just that most of them keep their mouths shut for fear of being blackballed. Who's to say that Ed and his lovely wife (who happens to be the progeny of Dave F***ing Sime) didn't hook up for this exact reason? Seriously. Who would know the caste system better than Easy Ed? He should've went late second at the latest, but was "gifted" a 3rd round selection. Became the Giants number 1 receiver his second season in the league, despite only starting 3 games. Discarded; bounced around the league. He finally found a home in Denver and as a major target of Elway's. But even that took three seasons, and he was still considered to be the number two to Rod Smith. To be fair, I am a Rod Smith fan, as he is one of the guys that worked to get where he got.

    Still, the fact is. Ed may well be of our mindset. Think about that guys. Anyone of us may be more than you think we are. Silence does not mean acceptance. I think Ed and Lisa (two sports superstars who lived in the world we complain about) knew exactly what they were doing.
     
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    Greg Olsen has been practicing this week and will play on Sunday, returning from his foot injury a lot sooner than originally thought.
     
  25. Truthteller

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    Great point. If Christian makes the Pro Bowl and Rex Burkhead doesn't come back from the IR, will anybody ask why there was only white tailback in the in NFL this season (minus 3 games Rex played) and he just happened to be a star?


    Lisa McCaffery has openly admitted this several times. She seems to be an amazing woman, in the sense that she is certainly not scared to be politically incorrect.

    You also have to thank genetics. Lisa has told reporters, “That’s why Ed and I got together–so we could breed fast white guys.”

    https://heavy.com/sports/2015/12/ch...rothers-football-family-stanford-duke-denver/
     
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