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Discussion in 'NFL' started by FootballDad, Nov 7, 2019.
I hate the Seahawks.
The 49ers offense runs through Kittle - he was missed tonight. Screw Pete's plantation.
The stone-handed pass dropping 49ers receivers deserve the blame for the one.
Odds were stacked against niners. Missing starting kicker and other important starters. The game should have been over after the magical maggot's interception, but the scrub kicker misses the game winner. Give seattle enough chances and they will slither their way into the W column.
Terrible clock management in OT. I also didnt like kicking the FG instead of going for it on 4th and a foot.
Excellent game from Hollister. Bizarre that Belichick gave him away in the offseason, especially given how weak they are at tight end.
What an embarrassing scene after the game, as hordes of media cucks surround Wilson and Sherman as they perform the sacred ritual of signing each others jerseys.
Yes, Hollister is very fast, can certainly be a valuable weapon if he can stay healthy. If Will Dissly could be a star on Seattle there's no reason Hollister can't be an even bigger one.
So many missed opportunities this week to bolster CMs MVP bid. The Dung Beetles claim to the MVP is only that he is clutch and doesn't throw interceptions - and then he chokes with an interception in overtime in a game that the 49ers tried to give away.
McCaffrey was inches away from being the hero - if not for a completely blown block by Van Roten, a few bad calls that favored the Packers (seems to happen in Lambeau a lot), as well as suspect use of CM in the final quarter McCaffrey would have been the hero and possibly been the MVP favorite after this week.
I liked Wilson's SB interception the best. Pro tip to Caste Clowns get your black wonderback scattershot wrist flicker a white TE. SF without Kittle had another weapon the FB but of course the play calling goes to the magical upsiders out there running downfield somewhere and then when the ball gets there "Thunk."
"running downfield somewhere" This is hilarious.
The NFL black wideouts aren't a total bust. I get that example from a 5 star recruit Mizzou picked up to great fanfare. So for years they had a bunch of clones along with the 5 star and literally their patterns were run downfield end up in the same area proceed to try and catch a jump ball with maybe a 60% at best completion rating. In the NFL they at least get them to run a lazy route that is recognizable, but with just enough highlight catches to keep ESPN Caste Clowns happy. Back to 5 Star my wife was bubbly that he got drafted, so I broke the news to her, he wouldn't even make it in the NFL, no power to make a cut, and certainly no Randy Moss level of talent.
To echo some thoughts above with the 49ers TE Kittle being out and their only reliable WR newly traded for Sanders sidelined during the game the black wide receivers left make mediocrity seem like a good thing. Fumble fingers Dante Pettis? Give me a break.
While promising white receivers are stuck in shallow graves known as bogus practice squads, too many sub standard black receivers continue to hog the spotlight.
Shannon Sharpe acknowledging the caste system here? I don't like the condescending way he refers to white RBs but surely this conversation gets DWFs thinking.
It won't impact the DWFs at all. They think the NFL is a meritocracy. They account for McCaffrey as a freak of nature.
DWFs are classic run of the mill authoritarians they simply like women repeat the words they hear from what they assume to be authority, and that is why the first words out of your mouths is to discredit that "authority."
Unfortunately, one outside the box or "taboo" thought doesn't change anything for longer than a few seconds at best. The only way to change the programming of the vast majority of DWFs is the same way they were molded in the first place -- repeat the same mantras over and over and over and over again, with any contradictory opinions not allowed, and if one does occasionally seep through it's ignored or sneered at. The "rugged individualists" of the past are today's conformist sheep who dread nothing more than to be seen as out of step with prevailing opinion.
Fifty years ago, "young people" were supposed to "question authority" and oppose the "Establishment." Nowadays the young are "conformist sheep" who would not dare say anything their masters would not approve.