2019 NFL Week 3

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  1. whiteathlete33

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    I see it now on CBS, but for some reason NFL.com still shows 13 carries for 53 yards.
     
  2. Freethinker

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    Carl Nassib has been a terror against the Giants all day. He’s made it tough for Jones to get anything going in the second half.

    Now Giants rookie Ryan Connelly picks of Crab Legs!!!
     
  3. Leonardfan

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    Ryan Connelly with the INT of Anus!
     
  4. The Hock

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    B.S. call on the Niners left tackle. He made a great textbook block on a guy and they called it a blindside foul. Cancelling out great football for "safety concerns." Like I say, the NFL is just another stick up the ass corporation.

    Shortly followed by a commercial starring the white nerd.

    I'm taking a break.
     
  5. Thrashen

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    Kyle Allen, the second year undrafted free agent, now with 261 yards and 4 TD passes. The Panthers offense looks great with him at the helm. Despite his great success, Newton would need to die to be replaced.

    Minshew, Jones, Kyle Allen, and Josh Allen had nice days! Hopefully the next generation of white QB’s.
     
  6. Old Scratch

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    Kyle Allen top recruited QB coming out of HS, loses his place to midget Murray. Goes undrafted, Murray #1 overall pick. Newton gets his job back next week, as you say, if he can make the field he will start no matter what, it would probably take seasons of sucking and losing to get replaced. The only conclusion here is that blacks are discriminated against.
     
  7. white lightning

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    Cmac is on the bench resting after another spectacular day. He had 153 yards rushing and 35 yards receiving. Love that big run he broke off on national tv. Epic! I was also
    really glad to see Kyle Allen look so good. Four tds and no int's in his first start on the road! Outstanding!
     
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    questions WILL be raised. it was Panthers second win in what, 11-12 games? and both were with Allen at the helm.
     
  9. Leonardfan

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    Jones with his 2nd rushing TD of the day! this should win them the game
     
  10. white lightning

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    Not only did Daniel Jones have 2 tds rushing but he threw for well over 300 yards and showed great poise down the stretch even with his star running back hurt and out of the game. The
    kid is gonna be a superstar!
     
  11. Awake in America

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    I would love to hear from Giants DWF's about how Jones is "just a guy" about right now.
     
  12. Leonardfan

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    Janoris Jenkins sucks
     
  13. Awake in America

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    Ahh, the Russell Wilson padding his stats portion of the game. Always a treat.
     
  14. CrazyFinn

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    He had two INTs negated in the final drive due to penalties and threw for a whole bunch of garbage yards and a couple of worthless TDs in the final 3 minutes. His stat line today is extremely deceptive. He was ineffective and just an average QB throughout the game when it really mattered.

    But the Plantation lost which made a good day even better.
     
  15. Leonardfan

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    Mahomes also benefited from some BS calls including having an INT called back.

    It's always great for the seahawks to lose at home.
     
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    Was in and out of the house working on stuff, but had a chance to watch a couple of the "dynamic" running QB's today. Kyler Murray and Lamar Jackson. Both were fairly awful. Jackson was only bailed out by the running of Mark Ingram and Gus Edwards. Passing he was what I expected. Awful unless the receiver was wide-open, and even then a chance for an overthrow was high. He had three late-game longballs that were basically just chucked up for grabs and his guys got them. Stack the box and run tight man-to-man on the receivers and these guys are done.

    Kyler Murray on the other hand, just made me laugh out loud! Why any team would think that this shrimp is a first-overall pick is beyond me. He should be toiling away in minor league baseball.
     
  17. La France Blanche

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    Daniel Jones was put to the test today, and he passed with flying colors. Starting his first game in the NFL on the road, his team falling behind early...he never lost his composure and led the Giants to a comeback victory.
     
  18. Don Wassall

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    That's what I was thinking. Just great the way Jones and Allen stepped up and performed so well, same with Minshew. Josh Allen and Sam Darnold should both be very good. Mason Rudolph has potential also if Big Ben is finished. The dominance of White quarterbacks is not gonna fade easily any time soon even with more "Great Black Hopes" in the league than at any time before.

    Will the media and DWFs eat any crow when it comes to Jones? Nah, their instant hate campaign is already forgotten, firmly placed down the memory hole.
     
  19. FootballDad

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    Both of these are true, but the INT pass interference call was indisputable. When the DB tackles the receiver before the ball gets there, it's usually interference.

    Loved the games today by Daniel Jones and Kyle Allen. Josh Allen doing well in Buffalo is satisfying as well after all of the quotabacks they've suffered through in Upper NY State.
     
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    I was able to watch Daniel Jones play in the Independence Bowl in Shreveport this last year. I hadn't really followed his career but was quite impressed with the young man. Now to see him get a shot to play on the big stage is somehow very rewarding!
     
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    Panthers vs. Cardinals highlights, including McCaffrey's long TD and Olsen's two touchdowns.

    Kyle Allen should be starting somewhere, but sCam and his backers won't let it be in Carolina.

    Murray looked terrible in the second half, throwing two interceptions and frequently taking off and running only to get tackled quickly. Unlike Daniel Jones, who kept his composure and led his team to a come-from-behind victory, Murray panicked when the going got tough.
     
  22. Johnny_U

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    Orlovsky is the only one I've seen so far.
    On twatter he said "Daniel Jones I was wrong about you"
    The Reddit dwf's are all eating crow and posting the thread from draft day and calling each other out. Pretty comical.
     
  23. CrazyFinn

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    Watching this midget running around like a headless chicken on most plays is really an embarrassment for the NFL and the QB position. He has no business out there doing any of this stuff. He’s not an NFL QB in a sane, normal world.

    But the same way the PTB are normalizing and imposing on us 80% negro casts on TV commercials, 5’7/115lb women in movies as superheroes beating up guys twice their size, and all sorts of hideous creatures winning beauty pageants and appearing on magazine covers, this is an attempt at yet another new normal.

    But this manlet wouldn’t have even been drafted if he were white.
     
  24. TwentyTwo

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    The next new wave trend of young WR's wearing #18 ....Cooper Kupp & Trey Quinn! Much like #83 back in the day.

    Impresive to see big Andrew Whitworth playing at such a high level almost 38 years of age!

    Glad to see Eric Weddle's back in action so quick after friendly fire (CMac) head injury. Still one of the best DB's in the NFL.

    Way to turn on the jets on the 76 yard TD Christian McCaffrey...off season speed training paid off! He is faster this year than last; where he focused adding more bulk.
     
  25. Don Wassall

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    Crissie has mentioned Kupp twice, both times referring to him as a "second quarterback," a kind of glorified waterboy in Crissie's world. Early in the game, Uncle Al mentioned how important Kupp is to the Rams offense, obviously expecting Crissie to take it from there. Crissie instead changed the subject. He also referred to the injured Kirksey as the Browns' "star middle linebacker." Uh, no, the anonymous tackling machine, Joe Schobert, is the team's best inside linebacker, but in Casteville he labors in obscurity.

    BTW, Crissie owns Pro Football Focus, which is a monopoly and not coincidentally shares Crissie's bias against White players. PFF is ritually cited by the media as a source that can't be questioned, much like the uber-discredited SPLC still is on racial matters.
     

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