2019 NFL Week 9

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  1. Leonardfan

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    Prescott with an int on the first play of the game.

    It will be interesting to see what happens with Kellen Moore (former Boise St. great) - very good o-coordinator for the Cowboys. Could he be on the fast track to a head coaching job? Wouldn't mind seeing him go help out one of the young white QBs who could use a QB friendly o-coordinator.
     
  2. Freethinker

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    Blake Jarwin takes a short pass to the house. Very fast TE for Dallas!
     
  3. greyghost

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    Guys who are the college cornerbacks ....and who has a crack at the pros...
     
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    Anxious to see S Jeff Heath shut people up he started the game off like gangbusters. Tackling and forcing an errant throw on an end zone pass on a blitz forcing the Giants to kick a field goal. Looked like a five star game for him.

    But he left the game with some sort of cut on his leg and Booger takes a cheap shot by bringing up the need to "replace" Heath.

    Another game where a white TE combo did their job. Old man Witten (8 catches on 9 targets) and Blake Jarwin, see above, a nifty 42 yard TD.

    Meanwhile Tess highlighted QB Daniel Jones' obvious athleticism but Booger mutes it somewhat. Jones to me has the most promise out of all the QBs who were drafted the past two seasons. Booger seemed disinterested. If Jones was black Booger would have been drooling.

    But the best player on the field last night was LB Sean Lee. Starting in place of an injured Vander Esch, Lee was all over the field and led the Cowboys with 12 tackles which incudes 9 solo tackles and 1 TFL. Looked like his old self. Once again Booger mutes it by saying he isn't as "athletic as he used to be." Could have fooled me. Lee looked very athletic last night.

    As discussed here at length the media the two areas that the caste media has focused on the most are white defensive backs and the push for black quarterbacks.

    With the DBs most of the unwarranted negative talk is locally based. For the QBs it is the general media. The relentless hatred of white DBs and this demented rush to promote black QBs and downgrade white QBs at every opportunity illustrates that the media apparently is getting worse in caste terms. Hell for a while there I thought I noticed progress but you can throw that out the window.
     
  5. FootballDad

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    Of course the best play of the game was by the black cat. After his appearance which jinxed the Giants, it was all over:

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  6. FootballDad

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    Another picture of the star player from last night, here making a wicked cut to his left
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  7. Jimmy Chitwood

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    the only two starting corners that i’m aware of that actually still play corner at the FBS level are Brandon Ezell (San Jose State) and Johnny Durham (Kansas State).

    both are talented: Ezell has 4 picks on the year, and Durham is the most complete db on KSU. obviously, due to perceptions against White athletes, both have a hard task to make it to the next level.
     
  8. Red raider

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    Ezell is the only true CB. Durham plays nickel and is 2nd string, but we all know he deserves to be a starting boundary corner. Ezell is having a great season and also is their punt returner. Looks very familiar, last time we had a starting CB in college football (Bradd Ellis) he had a fantastic senior year.
     
  9. BeyondFedUp

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    That's one BA looking cat! I saw him and thought that he certainly wasn't some starving stray. He looks like the cat on Black Cat Fireworks. Bad to the bone.
     
  10. Johnny_U

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    Imagine being the owner of that cat and sitting down to watch the game
     
  11. Extra Point

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    Here's a video of the cat in action.

     

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