2019 NFL Draft

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  1. Don Wassall

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    The Rosen trade isn't a done deal yet. This was just posted on Weenieworld ten minutes ago.

    ESPN's Josina Anderson reports trade talks for Josh Rosen are "somewhat far apart" between the Cardinals and Dolphins.
    This throws shade on a previous report that had Miami sending a second-rounder for Rosen. The Dolphins have the worst quarterback situation in the league but may only be willing to give up a third-rounder for Rosen with the Giants and Redskins out of the mix. The Chargers are the only other team that's been linked to Rosen.
     
  2. Tannehill17

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    2nd round pick
     
  3. rockybleier

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    It makes it easy to root for the Giants vs Redskins....
     
  4. Shadowlight

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    Far be it from me to question the IQ level of an NFL team but I don't think I would be far off if I was to estimate the Cardinals brain power is equal to that of say a snapping turtle.

    If you are planning to gut the organization by grabbing a circus act as the number one pick wouldn't you think they would have worked out a deal for Rosen before the draft?

    Now that most all of the teams have made their moves Rosen's value has dropped precipitously.

    The media is so focused on killing the Daniel Jones pick I guess they haven't noticed the suicide mission the Cardinals are on.
     
  5. Extra Point

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    With a rookie quarterback with questionable merits for the pro game the Cardinals may be contending for an 0-16 record.
     
  6. Shadowlight

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    I am giving this nimrod until Saturday night to partially redeem himself but if this Packers GM Gutenkunst doesn't switch gears we are looking at arguably the most caste laden buffoon in the league and that is saying something. Not for nothing the last part of his last name sounds like a female body part that starts with a C and ends with a T.

    I think he is the main source to blame but Bucky can clear that up if I am mistaken.

    First he humiliates Jordy Nelson, the most popular Packer and beloved by all. I will never forgive him on that score.

    Then in 2018 he drafts a slew of clueless black WRs who are good at one thing. The underwear Olympics. They wouldn't know a route tree if it hit them on the head.

    He follows that up by drafting two more clueless black underwear Olympic heroes but this time on defense. The type of defenders you find on longstanding losing teams.

    He is gathering a bunch of black athletes. What is missing? Actual football players.
     
  7. Extra Point

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    Here's the same thing for off the ball linebackers. This one lists two linebackers in this draft as having high end athleticism and high end production. One of them is Ben Burr-Kirven.

    https://www.bloggingtheboys.com/2019/4/12/18304845/fi
     
  8. Leonardfan

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    What amazes me is that for how rabidly the anti-white the caste media is, the actual nfl personnel people - general managers, scouts etc. always take up the anti-whiteness another notch.

    We can only hope that Isabella is drafted tonight or his chances of being anything but a long shot to get playing time increase exponentially.

    We will also hear the tired narrative of you don’t draft qbs in the second round because they rarely pan out - a bogus notion for sure. Teams like the Chargers, Patriots, Saints, Broncos all with qbs in the mid 30s and above have a great opportunity to draft Lock, Stidham, Grier tonight and let them sit and develop for a year or two under a veteran Qb. I can’t say enough that I am happy Jones ended up under Eli for at least this year.

    Hopefully we see a run on the OL, TE and defensive players tonight. We will no doubt see a run on non-descript black WRs and DBs who will be NFL failures and swept under the rug to keep the charade going.
     
  9. Truthteller

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    Fact that the Cards can't trade Abner for anything of value, less than one year after moving up in the first round to select him from UCLA, shows no one in the NFL has confidence in him. My guess is this, once again, has to do with "character/leadership issues".
    One NFC executive praised him a bit last month, then said he's only worth a 4th rounder, at best. That's quite a steep drop, as Arizona traded up to draft him #10 overall last spring and handed him a huge signing bonus (over $17 million?). As I've noted a million times, he doesn't have the make up to last in a NFL locker room. At best, he's Blaine Gabbert 2.o, except with a much worse leadership skills. And even that might be wishful thinking, in the longer term.

    NFL blacks very likely see him as a stereotypical liberal rich "white boy" from the Beverly Hills area, that comes off as an arrogant know-it-all -- like they did at UCLA. My guess is whites in football hate him almost as much. Most NFL white offensive linemen, fullbacks and tight ends are "alpha-males", they don't want to deal with some self-absorbed, neurotic clown that seems like he's a militant anti-fa protester during the day and Rachel Maddow Show writer at night. I don't see where he fits in the NFL, beyond a few years of holding a clipboard? Even connected media types (ESPN, SI.com) have been saying for three years Abner "rubs his teammates the wrong way".

    When NFL teams were scouting Abner in the spring of 2018, they couldn't find any UCLA blacks of note that said anything positive regarding his "leadership skills", which alarmed NFL teams. Eventually, seeing all the bad press, white tackle Kolton Miller praised him a bit, but it certainly didn't seem heartfelt. Supposedly Larry Fitzgerald was a fan of Abner, saying nice things about him to the media. But my guess is he was just being a "good teammate" and has probably working behind the scenes trying to get the Cards to draft Murray. I believe Fitzgerald and Steve Smith of the NFL Network are friendly with each other. Notice in the video below how enraged he gets talking about the ex-UCLA quarterback. Is it possible he's conveying his friends (Larry Fitzgerald's) true feelings? Now Abner's suddenly supposed to thrive in Miami, a team that is quickly trending more black with Chris Grier, Reggie McKenzie and Brian Flores running the show?

    http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-draft...Rosen-after-unfollowing-Cards-on-social-media

    The video above proves everything I've been saying how much blacks despise him? This is why I refer to him as "Abner", derived from the TV show "White Shadow". In the last 10 years I've seen reruns of almost all the retro-drama episodes still shown in syndication. In the show Abner Goldstein, who looks like Josh Rosen, could never fit in on an all black basketball team, regardless how hard he tried. If he tried to "befriend" the blacks they mocked, ridiculed and rejected him; if he got "tough" and stood up to them they were more than willing to throw punches and fight him.
     
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    Ya looks like Gute is about as caste as they get. Verdict is still out on LaFleur.. Not really blown away with what he did last season as Titan's OC.. May end up missing McCarthy and Thompson more than we thought.

    Good for Rosen. He can find himself a nice home in Boca Raton.
     
  11. Thrashen

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    Their newly-drafted black WR (Harry) could easily end up like their many other highly-drafted black busts at WR (Chad Jackson, Taylor Price, Brandon Tate, Malcolm Mitchell, Aaron Dobson, Bethel Johnson) and recent free agent signing, Demaryius Thomas, could be cut by the team like so many black veteran WR’s (Kenny Britt, Michael Floyd, Reggie Wayne, Torrey Holt, Joey Galloway, Chad Ochocinco) have been over the years.

    I’m not ready to give up on NE just yet. Their offense should still feature Brady, Burkhead, Edelman, and possibly LaCosse, Hollister, Izzo, and Berrios. They’re down to just two black OT’s (Wynn and Cannon), with several white backups who could eventually start due to injuries. Same at guard. Who knows, perhaps they’ll surprise us and draft Isabella, Sills, Renfrow, or one of the decent white TE’s later in this draft? Defensively, they re-signed DE John Simon to borderline starter money and LB Calvin Munson (who started at LB for the Giants a few years back) could be rotational player.

    And if they do suddenly “go Caste” in 2019, it’ll still be hard to forget the good times they gave us...

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  12. La France Blanche

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    More and more, left tackle is being "upsided" to a "black" position, with great White left tackles in college being moved to guard or right tackle in the NFL.
     
  13. Leonardfan

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    Jags get a sumo - another bust in waiting.
     
  14. Bucky

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    2 corners , 2 sumos, and a WR named Deebo. Off to an affletic 2nd Rd.
     
  15. Leonardfan

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    0/5 so far. Going for a run - screw this.
     
  16. Extra Point

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    You'd think teams would want a fast guy at WR who can stretch the field, like TY Hilton...
     
  18. La France Blanche

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    0 for 7 so far. Starting out as quite the ebony day.
     
  19. La France Blanche

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    Raiders select a "Trayvon". Can't make this up.
     
  20. Heretic

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    The bleak streak ends with Broncos taking OL Dalton Risner. Lock still available.
     
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    Broncos then trade up for the next pick...has to be Lock.
     
  22. Heretic

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    It's a Lock...to Denver! Broncos with the best selections so far.
     
  23. Extra Point

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    I can't believe Denver passed on Drew Lock in the 2nd. He'd have been a good fit for them.
     
  24. La France Blanche

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    Good picks by Denver but bad trading, giving up 4th and 6th round picks. They should have taken Lock with the #41 pick and Risner with the #52. Even if Risner got taken before that, there would still be plenty of good O-linemen available.
     
  25. Don Wassall

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    Packers now determined to make the o-line black dominated. Mike Sherman's super-black teams will seem like the good old days by the time Gutekunst is done transforming the roster.
     

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