2019 NFL Week 2

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  1. FootballDad

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    First up for week 2 is Tampa Bay at Carolina. With 2 black starting QB's this would normally be must-not-watch TV, but with McCaffrey in the game it's anything but. Also since sCam and Crab Legs are both struggling, that also makes it good to watch. Maybe we can establish an over/under on interceptions in this game! I figure 4 is about right.

    Also seeing Luke Kuechly play solid defense is one of my favorite things to watch.
     
  2. Hartline

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    Even the media is turning on Jameis now. A white QB probably would've been relegated to career backup by now
     
  3. Don Wassall

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    Winston is under more pressure than any other starting QB going into the Week 2 games. But, fairly or unfairly, Blaine Gabbert isn't seen as starting material any more so odds are Winston will remain the starter through this season even if Bruce (anti) Arians benches him at times. Wouldn't be surprising if Tampa drafts a quarterback in the first round next year with what should be one of the early picks. But maybe Gabbert will step up if given the opportunity as the Bucs have some good receiving weapons.
     
  4. Leonardfan

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    Thanks for that article and welcome to the forum!
     
  5. Westside

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    I had to look up the infamous "eat a W" pregame speech. Winston is indeed an uber low IQ individual. What a retard.

    Welcome to the board Hartline!
     
  6. Hartline

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    Thanks guys. Happy to be here
     
  7. Leonardfan

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    Just curious as to how you came across the site. Always like to hear how others became aware of the discrimination of white athletes.
     
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    Chargers’ TE Hunter Henry out for 4-6 weeks due to injury.......
     
  9. Hartline

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    I googled "why aren't there any white cornerbacks" and came across a thread posted by someone on this site. I found this place very interesting because usually any talk about white people being discriminated against is shot down by the PC cultists that run our societies despite all the evidence on here that proves the contrary.

    Its so absurd when you think about it that no white player has started at cornerback in a decade.
     
  10. white is right

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    Starting would be one thing, not having one in the league is another, it's statistically impossible. Granted a few guys labeled Black might not consider themselves that so when they do surveys usually there is 1 or 2 percent other. But essentially non Black/Mulatto corners are verboten.
     
  11. Carolina Speed

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    Yes, welcome aboard Hartline. I found this site around 8 years ago by googling "white running backs."
     
  12. Truthteller

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    Two years ago SI.com did a long and very detailed story on the plight of white cornerbacks. That might be the only article you need to find, as the writer went back and found most that actually played and discussed the issue. The discrimination was so overt and plain to see, that even the ultra-Liberal SI writer was suggestion something seems really off?

    While many ex-white cornerbacks Cucked and Jived and didn't want to acknowledge the truth, former Ohio State Dustin Fox flat out stated his race cost him an NFL career, claiming he was natural cornerback, forced to play safety. Fox also stated it still really bothers him a lot today. They also tracked down the freaky fast Donnie Lisowski* that made a strong run at making the Seahawks roster earlier this decade. He was weird, seeming very happy and confident he absolutely proved himself as a NFL player, but not real upset he was cut repeatedly? As I recall, everyone agreed (even black Seahawks DB's) he was a legit NFL talent, but his inevitable "racial cleansing" was justified/Kosherized due to his lack of size. A starving ex-player agent/crafty lawyer, looking to sue the NFL for discrimination, might go back in time and check the sizes of all other cornerback's Seattle has had under Pete Carroll?

    Make no mistake, it would be tough to win any case. The logistics would be hard to overcome and most would be terrified just taking the case and few ex-players would come forward. Best outcome would merely be shinning a light on the Caste system? And Fox is clearly an outlier, admitting his plight. Most would be scared to simply speak up. Example, in the SI.com article they went back and found the last white corner that was hyped as a potential first rounder -- Tory Nixon, who was drafted early in round 2 by Washington, but never got much of a chance. Nixon, however, now makes millions as the CEO of a bank, so he clearly wanted to stay away from controversy and didn't talk much about any foul play against him. Weird thing is, Nixon was crying and complaining like a five year old denied his Halloween candy when the Redskins royally screwed him over in 1985: https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1985-11-03-sp-4092-story.html

    Hartline, that article should be easy to find. Just put in the name (in your search engine) of a lesser known CB like Donnie Lisowski and Tory Nixon and "white cornerback". Again, it was from the spring of 2017 at SI.com. Actually, Richard Sherman and others were looking back and claiming the best white CB they ever saw played was at Stanford (briefly last decade). They felt he would be a true "unicorn" (potential NFL star white CB), had it not been for injuries that destroyed his career. Personally, I bet if he did not have injuries he would've still wound up like Fox and ex-Cal star Chris Conte. Drafted in round 3 as free safeties. Heck, even Sehorn was drafted (end of round 2) as a safety and spent two futile seasons there, before Dan Reeves (who was not as Caste as most) moved him back to CB and saved his career. As far as the ex-Stanford CB that never became the "next Sehorn", article claims he went on to marry a black woman, so chances are he's totally cucked and probably totally blind and indifferent to the Caste system.


    * https://seattle.sbnation.com/2012/5/18/3028593/odeas-donny-lisowski-gets-shot-at-seahawks-roster
     
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    Gunner Olszewski played a handful of snaps as a cornerback during the Pats 4th game of the 2019 preseason. Other than that, the three other players that I can recall playing a small amount of snaps as a slot corner since 2011 are Julian Edelman, Colin Jones and Harrison Smith.
     
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    Scott Miller is a healthy scratch again so we'll have to root for Justin Watson to have a good game.

    Brandon Zylstra is also inactive.
     
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    Me too CS....I didn’t become a member for a long time, but I knew I could read here about all up and coming white talent. Go CMC....
     
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    I've just lost so much interest and gained so much disgust for the NFL over the time i've been here that I don't have much to post about anymore. I cut the cable so I have to go out of my way to stream games and most of the time it doesn't feel worth it. If a game is on antenna TV I'll check the scores every now and then and that's it.
     
  17. Awake in America

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    Just feels like McCaffrey is about to bust loose for a long gain. He looks particularly "fast twitch" or whatever it is tonight.
     
  18. Riggins44

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    I just turned the game on and it looks like McCaffrey isn't being used much so far. Its almost halftime and he's got 32 yards rushing, and 1 catch for 6 yards.
     
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    Newton looks worse than ever, missing receivers by a mile. And, he’s not running anymore. He’s 30, and his career is not aging well.
     
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    That's probably because Newton subtly complained about how much CMac was used last week. Saying Norv Turner must have him on his fantasy team or something to that effect?
     
  21. Awake in America

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    Cam is particularly bad tonight. Their sumo OL are also getting a lot of penalties.
     
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    Hogan with the catch for a first down.
     
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    Nassib getting some great pressure....what was Buddy Boy John Dorsey's reason for getting rid of him again?
     
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    Cam's arm is worse than we thought, OL are bad as well. If Panthers keep playing like this, they will lose every 50-50 matches.
    Saw some helmet-to-helmet tackles on CMC :(
     
  25. Awake in America

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    At least the announcers seem to be very complimentary of our guys tonight. Hogan was talked up, bigtime. Olsen was, as well. Of course it took a black analyst to say that the OL needed to do more to break McCaffrey into the open. Michael Irvin is a clown, though he did just talk up Cooper Kupp.
     

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