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Discussion in 'Carolina Panthers' started by Thrashen, Apr 28, 2017.
Great Job @dwid just gave it a view and a like. Shared it as well.
Awesome video, Dwid, really pumps me up watching it!
Thanks for all of your great work Dwid. Very impressed as usual. Youtube.com is attacking any channel that talks about christian values, white pride, straight pride, family values, and the truth about everything. Facebook, youtube, twitter, snapchat and instagram are all heavy leaving leftist websites that hate anything white or right wing. They want to destroy us.
I highly recomend that you upload the same videos and channel to bitchute.com They don't censor at all. They get more popular by the day. People need to eventually get away from all of
these left wing platforms and create our own and watch them grow. It's hard as youtube.com has over 1 billion users worldwide but we can beat the censorship slowly but surely. I still use youtube
but you have to have alternate sites and channels that will not delete your work. Please my friend set up one over there to protect your work and the CF Channel. Thanks again Dwid.
Hey Dwid, I tried to play your video and got a message that the NFL will not allow it here at CF (paraphrased). What is the name of your YouTube channel?
Hey Westside. When you click on the video. Click towards the bottom of it. Then it will redirect you to youtube.com to watch it. Hope this helps my friend. It's a great video thanks to Dwid.
I'm glad all of you guys like it. Yes I think I've been targeted in the past because of pro White videos. I searched for Hartline and he has multiple highlight videos up that aren't taken down. It could be anti-white trolls. I can still view the comment sections on the blocked videos and I was owning several people whose main argument for lack of White skill players was the 100 meter dash. I don't think any player in the NFL runs sub 10 and players rarely run in a straight line, even for 40 yards.
The hope is the gain more subscribers and put videos up of lesser-known players . I think I'm going to Hunter Renfrow next because he should be starting every game. I remember watching his high school highlight and thinking he would be good. He only got offers from FCS schools.
I keep trying to post a direct link but it keeps embedding the video
I'm going to share the channel to see if it works
One in every crowd. I can't access you tube videos anymore. It started a few months ago. I figured maybe it was a pay site now?
Or my computer just isn't capable. Who knows?
Thanks, DWID it worked. Great video of a great player.
how do they figure that? The browns had 2 1000 yard receivers which eases things up for running. McCaffrey had .02 less ypc but has almost twice as many rushing touchdowns. I would also imagine being a running back also includes the passing game. Chubb wasn't even the best 3rd down back on his team. McCaffrey averaged a yard more per catch and scored 4 TDs to Chubb's 0 and is one of the best in pass protection, evidenced by the fact he has played more snaps than any other back the last 2 years since 2012. I couldn't find snap count data past that
Nich Chubb also had 3 fumbles to Christian's 1.
Lemme know if you can make heads or tails out of this
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Some of the PFF grading is strange. In 2013 when Nick Foles had a spectacular season they gave him a low grade. They also seem to regard tackles as meaningless.
Sometimes they rate players with high tackle totals as being bad run defenders.
They seem to rate run defenders on the basis of "run stops." which I guess are tackles that they regard as especially impactful So player with 100 tackles and 25 run stops is seen as better than a player with 150 tackles and 20 run stops. Their belief about tackles seems to be that anyone can rack them up. If that's the case then why is it the same players that end up with high tackle totals?
Here is PFF's grading scale.
The Player Grading Scale: 100-90 Elite 89-85 Pro Bowler 84-70 Starter 69-60 Backup 59-0 Replaceable
They give Packers inside linebacker Blake Martinez a 2019 grade of 58.7, which means they don't even regard him as good enough to be a starter. Martinez is among the league leaders in tackles every year.
Some of their grades are questionable.
Re: the highlight video- wow!
That video really illustrates how special McCaffrey is. Some of those moves are all-time great level. Easily comparable to what you see in Barry Sanders and Gayle Sayers footage.
He may not be the fastest player in the league, but his form is flawless- no wasted movements.
Excellent job. I have a newfound appreciation for his abilities.
Chubb is an excellent back, but McCaffrey is undoubtedly the most talented. More of an all-around threat.
Great work Dwid! again I am just glad to see you back, posting and active in the fight against the caste system!
Blake Martinez finished second in the entire league in tackles this year. If they grade him as "replaceable" then that grade is beyond questionable, it's laughable. A linebacker's primary duty is to make tackles, but apparently PFF is factoring other things, perhaps "hip wiggle" or "interesting feet," into the score.
Players like Martinez, Kuechly, Schobert, and other top White linebackers have all of the real traits needed to be successful at their position - strength, good tackling form, speed, and high football IQ (almost always knowing where the ball is going to go so they can put themselves in position to make the stop).
McCaffrey is undoubtedly the most complete running back in the league right now with the best all-around skillset.
CM makes moves that defy physics He is by far the best back in the NFL. Watch the negro defensive players when they are able to stop him, they behave like they just won the lottery! They know he is a scary dude to catch.....
Alright already, quit your kvetching, CMC is officially recognized for his 1k/1k/19 td by the NFL on Judy's tube:
I would say he's one of the fastest and quickest. I think he has explosive speed, 0 to 20 is where he's his fastest. I don't think many can beat him unless they have a really good angle, even then there were a bunch of plays where it looks like the guy had a good angle and they missed
Thanks! Glad to be back. For a while there I only had time to catch one or two games a month.
And Ambrose of course they recognise him, it's kind of hard to ignore his production, but they are going to say he is an anomaly. His own brother is even ignored, a guy that is 6'2 plays wideout and ran faster than Christian at his pro day. He's set to play in the XFL. Maybe he's raw as a receiver but there's no doubt if he were black some team would be trying to develop him. There's other stuff being ignored too. I've watched a ton of NFL coverage this year and would have no idea that Tannehill is having a great season if it weren't for this site.
Max McCaffrey is set to play for the DC Defenders of the XFL.
I think the firing the of the Panther's coach demoralized the entire team and cost Christian the rushing title. I also think Cam being out helped Christian, so I am not sure how next year will go as Cam will be back for at least another year.
All Pro team is out:
Here's the voting breakdown for Running Backs:
Christian McCaffrey 27
Derrick Henry 20
Nick Chubb 2
Dalvin Cook 1
He's also their choice as FLEX player, so he's AP all pro at two positions.
PFF chose him behind Chubb for some reason.
While most here are upset Christian did not lead the league in rushing, he was the first white NFC rushing champ in 44 years. St. Louis Cardinals "fullback" Jim Otis led the NFC in rushing in 1975, but finished 4th overall in the NFL. Last white running back to lead the AFC in rushing yards was Mark Van Eeeghen of the Oakland Raiders back in 1977 (finished 2nd overall). So settling for the NFC title, first-team All-Pro and a 1,000 rush/1,000 rec season isn't good enough?
What Christian accomplished this season was a herculean feat when your consider the degree white running backs have been Caste-aside and discriminated against for the last 40 (plus) years by the NFL. Just ponder the following:
If you take out Mike Alstott, there was not a single white (non-quarterback) that ran for 344 yards in a season between 1994 and 2010 -- Peyton Hillis' third season. Think about it, that's 17 seasons....Again, take away outlier Alsott, and in those 17 season only three whites even ran for 300 yards in a season: Travis Jervey 325, Brian Leonard 303 and Hillis ran for 343 as a rookie. Just stunning!
@Truthteller and let's not forget he led all NFL in TDs (albeit tied with Jones). Season for the ages. One thing bears remembering, had Panthers played better in last 8 games of the season, it's extremely likely he'd win the rushing title but he would not get 1000/1000 (and possibly 100 receptions for the second season in a row) which are much rarer accomplishments (well, no RB ever got two season with over 100 catches until Christian).
He still has time to lead NFL in rushing, there's one of those every season
Great points Backrow. Actually, I just looked up the final rushing stats and was a bit surprised to see how close Elliott (Dallas) got to CMac in the end -- just 30 yards behind. Barely won the NFC rushing title, after being far head most of November and December. I guess that had to do with Carolina getting him over the line of 1,000 yards receiving -- throwing him the ball a lot more than usual in the last couple games.
Here's a couple quick points:
While some might belittle the Pro Bowl as joke, which might be true concerning the Pro Bowl game itself. A Pro Bowl nomination is huge in terms of determining which players make the Hall of Fame. Obviously Pro Bowl nominations are much more important for offensive lineman and defenders than running backs, receivers and quarterbacks, but Christian playing in the Pro Bowl is another huge step for him, as is his 1st-team All-Pro honors.
Speaking of the Hall of Fame, it was noted Christian grew up around the Denver Broncos from the latter 199o's and beyond. I was looking at Terrell Davis' stats recently and it would appear Christian only needs two or three more 1,000 yard seasons to be considered a serious HoF candidate. Now the Panthers have not been nearly as successful as those Broncos teams, yet. But Christian's dominance as a receiver is also plus going forward, in regards to the HoF.
Also, something that hasn't been talked about yet: CMac has only one season left on his rookie contract. Personally, if I was CMac I would not sign an extension with Carolina. I'm sure Carolina will franchise him if he's still going strong and wants to leave. But I'm hoping he can wiggle out of Carolina after next season and perhaps wind up in San Francisco or Denver? With Carolina's far-left wing, Gentile/Goyim-hating Jewish owner (Stephen Tepper) suddenly running the show, my personal preference is he leaves as soon as he can. My guess is the moment his game slips even a little bit, Tepper will make it very tough for CMac, a devout, young Christian white male. He's every thing someone like Tepper (and most others of his ilk) loathes all wrapped up into one package.