Black QBs in the NFL

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  1. Tannehill17

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    To think they were comparing this clown to Andrew Luck and Peyton Manning in terms of football IQ. Anyone who's ever heard him speak can tell he has an IQ of about 75 and can't string two sentences together without using the 'F' word. "I'z be a footsball geenius an sheeeit"
     
  2. Extra Point

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    They do this with all black players. They rave about how intelligent they are. And it's not just that they claim they're intelligent they're always described as extremely intelligent.

    I remember they portrayed Robert Griffin as a genius. Same with EJ Manuel.

    Whether they're actually smart or not doesn't matter to the black supremacist mainstream media. All that matters is that they're black.
     
  3. PHillisFan

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    Any headlines about how mediocre most of the quota-backs looked in their openers? I would doubt it.
     
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    Steve Mariucci says Jamizz is a hard worker and that means he will be successful. Know who else is a hard worker Steve? Almost every QB in the league.
     
  5. Italian Stallion

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    Absurd Traitors

    It is both patently ridiculous and wholly disingenuous of the Marxist Media Mavens to indefatigably promote the intelligence of their pet afroletes. They do this with even more than the usual amount of zeal when they talk about any Quotaback. I used to shake my head in amazement, but now just consider the source when hearing this nonsense. I've been hearing this BS for over 25 years now.
     
  6. Italian Stallion

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    Food For Thought With Regard To Quotabacks

    Forgive me if someone has already mentioned this in the past, but I have a belief that I'd like to share on this particular thread. We all know that even the best quotabacks are overhyped and have marginal, usually fleeting success at best. In my opinion, the main reason they even get that far is due to the glaring lack of both discipline and awareness exhibited by the overwhelming majority of black afroletes, who also happen to comprise about 90% of the defensive players who serve as their opposition in today's sorry NFL. Since the advent of this Read Option BS alone, I've lost track of the number of times I've watched an afrolete LB be suckered in by the fake instead of just standing their ground and thereby dictating/limiting the action of the quotaback. No amount of film study or repetitions in practice seem to have any positive impact on these dumba**ed defenders, they keep doing the same thing over and over again. Doug Flutie would have a Hall Of Fame career going up against the pathetic, coal black afrolete laden defenses of today. I wonder how many of my Caste Fotball brothers have come to this same conclusion ??

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  7. davidholly

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    I've said numerous that the offensive records being set nowadays can largely be blamed on ****ty defensive players. The rule changes have obviously played a part but I believe their role is overstated.
     
  8. Lew

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    He's the same idiot who said Winston is the most astute X's and O's draft prospect he's ever graded.
     
  9. Italian Stallion

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    In addition to Rapeis Winston's disastrous performance, I was glad to see Teddy Cholerawater have a horrendous game as well. I was also glad to see Mike Zimmer admit it and basically put Cholerawater on notice. Hatie Smiff on the other hand, of course blamed the offensive line and said that he was sure Rapeis was going to learn as well as grow from this experience. Dungbeetle Wilson also didn't have a very good game and took a tremendous beating in the process. Even though these are small positives in the general scheme of things, I'll enjoy them and hope that they start a trend.
     
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    Definitely not a fan of the media always blaming the OL for the constant poor play by black QBs. It's never the actual QB's fault, or is it ever the poor play of receivers.

    Heard it a lot about Wilson, Newton, Winston, and Bridgewater this week alone (and a lot in the past for the first two), and yet you'll never hear it said about Foles, Tannehill, Bortles, Carr, Ryan etc who have OL's of the same quality if not worse.

    http://espn.go.com/blog/seattle-sea...sell-wilson-make-up-for-offensive-line-issues
    http://www.tomahawknation.com/2015/8/16/9161121/jameis-winston-rebounds-bucs-offensive-line-awful
    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/...nesota-vikings-problems-after-disastrous-loss
     
  11. Jimmy Chitwood

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    speaking of offensive line issues, here's the hilarious play by Teddy Bilgewater getting tackled by his own offensive lineman:

    Bilgewater makes a splash. hahaha!!!!

    as an aside, i wish i knew how to find and link/load those gifs.
     
  12. PHillisFan

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    LMAO! Good job by his sumo to contain him.
     
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    Yep, and they'll make sure to remind us every chance they get :

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.co...humbled-by-debut-moreso-after-watching-again/




    Rapeis is an obnoxious, dumba** dirtbag. I'm going to thoroughly enjoy watching him crash, burn, and fail. This will also lead to the long overdue permanent removal of that moron, Hatie Smiff from the AA head coaching ranks. A double win for sure !!!

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  16. Woody

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    The Tom Iron Rule has devastated the black QB crops of the last 5 years.

    RGknee's injuries have kept him off the field. His inability to learn how to play as a pocket QB has rendered him useless.

    But, IMO, it was his mouth and his ego that truly sunk him. Kyle Shanahan designed a brilliant offense that utilized his skills perfectly and masked his deficiencies. What did he and his father do? Refuse to run the offense, get the shanahans fired, and have Snyder hire a coach that would coach him up and anoint him the starter. Now that Gruden has benched him twice, he has no hope. He will be cut soon and I'm not sure anyone will sign him. Who wants a QB who: has gotten coaches fired, put on the hot seat. Has fought against every situation that invited a competition for the job. Has been a locker room cancer to the point that players are calling him out and supposedly not blocking for him. Has told coaches what he will and will not run on offense. Has been injured every year. Is TERRIBLE with the media. Has been a complete failure at learning the playbook.

    Some coach will probably be dumb enough to sign him as a backup. I'm not so sure though, even in the NFL.
     
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    Terrible play and the Tom Iron Rule in full effect:

    Geno Smith. Terrible QB who squandered his last shot because he didn't pay a $600 debt and commands no respect in the locker room, to the point that other players are saying their QB might have deserved it. LOL!

    EJ Manuel: The only QB who can take an anointed black QB's spot is: another black QB.

    Krapernick: his career is winding down already. Like the other running QBs he hasn't been able to progress. San Fran is in a transitional phase, as evidenced by hiring a nobody at HC who they can fire easily when they find their guy/build talent level back up. If he's not sunk before then, Krapernick will be gone when this new coach wants to get his own QB.

    Teddy Bridgewater: amazingly, his coach has already put him on notice. He looks completely awful and was lucky to have the mediocre rookie season he had. He will go the way of Manuel.

    Jameis Winston: incredibly, I get the feeling many DWFs have already given up on him. He looks completely lost. He doesn't get the same sympathy as other black QBs get because he is particularly low-character. Lots of question marks coming in, the leash will be shorter than many think. Lovie and Jameis will be out by the end of next year.

    Cam Newton: completely mediocre. He will probably be around for a while but another car crash or something Tom Iron-esque could sink him.

    Russel Wilson: Odd that he didn't get the long deal that is usually given to young franchise QBs. He will be around for a while as a game manager, wouldn't be surprised if he ends up somewhere else than Seattle when the wheels fall off.
     
  18. Woody

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    http://www.businessinsider.com/russell-wilson-contract-guarantees-2015-8

    The GMs are smarter than you think. The contracts for Krapernick and Wilson include VERY low guaranteed money. The Wilson contract is essentially a one year deal with 3 years of team options. The Krapernick deal has almost no guaranteed money, he will be cut as soon as the 49'ers feel like moving on. These running QBs are not trusted.
     
  19. Jimmy Chitwood

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    this is excellent insight.

    the memo has clearly gone out, and the media vermin are already repeating the "it's the o-line's fault" at the college level for the anointed game-changers.

    last night in the Florida State-Boston College matchup, espn's weird looking college football staff writer Jared Shanker (seen here: [​IMG]) wrote TWO twitter posts insisting that it wasn't Everett Gholson's fault he was stinking up the field:
    in reality, Golson holds the ball too long because he can't see the field, has poor pocket presence to sidestep traffic or step up into the pocket, and is very inaccurate when throwing the ball downfield. of course, the truth rarely impacts what the agenda insists is "truth."

    FSU head coach Dumbo Fisher, at least, spoke honestly after the game:
    Golson finished a pathetic 15-24 for 119 yards, 1 touchdown, and 2 sacks. he ran 6 times for 5 yards. clearly he's the type of game-breaking talent that will revolutionize the position. LOL

    the "electrifying" Golson managed to lead the offense on 1 scoring drive all night, the opening drive, which totaled 83 yards. the anemic offense managed just 134 yards and Zero points the remainder of the game. what a talent he is!

    on the other side of the ball, Boston College had 2 "game-changers" of their own, in quotabacks Darius Wade and Jeff Smith (but since it hasn't been deemed from on high that these two are chosen, there were no o-line comments made during the broadcast protecting their fragile self esteem). the "dynamic" duo combined to complete 4 of 13 passes for 47 yards, threw an awful interception, took 2 sacks, and managed to gain just 46 yards on 12 carries. talk about exciting!!! haha. this is what the quotaback-led offense did for BC on the night:
    • Punt
    • Punt
    • Int
    • Punt
    • Half
    • Punt
    • Punt
    • Punt
    • Punt
    • Punt
    • Lost fumble (which was returned for an FSU touchdown)
    • Punt
    • Downs

    dynamic, indeed. smirk.
     
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    Jared Shanker is an idiot. I knew I'd seen that strange looking bas***d somewhere before :



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    LMAO spot on. The "Soul Man"
     
  22. PHillisFan

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    LOL direct hit!
     
  23. Extra Point

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    It's all well and good to criticize black quarterbacks. It's important that we do this to counter-balance the black supremacist agenda of the mainstream media.

    But let's not forget to praise and build up white quarterbacks. The mainstream media has an anti-white agenda which also needs to be counter-balanced.

    Let's not get too focused on negatives about black quarterbacks to forget to also post positives about white quarterbacks. Let's get big discussions going about white quarterbacks.

    Here's an idea. Every time you post something negative about a black quarterback make it a point to post something positive about a white quarterback in the White Quarterbacks thread or a thread specifically about that quarterback.

    White Quarterbacks
     
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    First there was Garbage Time Griffin and now there is Trash Time Tyrod!
     
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    After 3 abysmal performances, the Cardale Jones hype train has come to a screeching halt. Most mock drafts have him falling out of the first round altogether. I knew this guy was all hype. Apparently all you need to be considered a first round QB prospect is to be big and black. Teams have been able to identify his deficiencies and have keyed in on them.
     

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