Christian McCaffrey

Discussion in 'Carolina Panthers' started by Thrashen, Apr 28, 2017.

  1. Shadowlight

    Shadowlight Mentor

    Joined:
    Mar 16, 2013
    Messages:
    887
    I believe we are seeing it creeping in now but the change in the caste weather will likely take place from the top down. No doubt when I am staring at say the top 100 WR class of 2017 and all I see is a black wall of players it looks like this living hell has no end in sight and could even get worse. Maybe only 5% of the top 100 (usually towards the bottom) are white. And the massive cultural barriers including slotting all play a giant role in the configuration of what major college football teams look like in this day and age. Don is right, the white athlete faces Mount Everest type challenges to make it to the top.
    Perhaps I am being too naïve but the biggest force for change will come from the fans themselves. The National Anthem debate was seen by some media quarters as a key reason for the "slippage" of the NFL last season. But hidden in between the lines was this white fan force that is coming to the realization that white players are a dying breed and they don't care so much for that idea. There comes a point where human nature starts to force changes. When white fans today are subject to the day to day caste haze that rules the sports air waves today and the humiliation and inferiority they start to feel as a result of the onslaught then push back starts to occur. Remember that heavy metal chestnut song "We're not going to take it anymore." You can only spit on and humiliate people for so long before they wake up and start fighting back. When many of the white fans start seeing a league that features virtually no important white players and there are black QB's handing off the ball to black RB's and throwing the ball to black WR's who are covered by black DB's with nary a white in sight beyond a field goal kicker and some lineman the NFL will find itself with a marketing dilemma.
    I believe the NFL is slowly recognizing the fact that if white players of import were to fall out of the system they will see a very negative impact financially. And since money talks I sense the NFL at the very least does not want to see white players of importance fade from view. White players are GOOD FOR THE BOTTOM LINE and at the end of the day that somewhat moves the needle in the right direction.
     
    Extra Point and celticdb15 like this.
  2. Don Wassall

    Don Wassall Administrator Staff Member

    Joined:
    Sep 30, 2004
    Messages:
    20,753
    Location:
    Pennsylvania
    Good points, hopefully there can be increased pressure exerted on both the NFL and FBS programs. Something that encourages me is how readily Christian McCaffrey is being accepted as a likely star, by casual fans and by fantasy football players. McCaffrey is usually in the top three rookies taken in fantasy drafts so far, so he's being accepted as a talent in spite of the lack of White running backs for over a generation now and how they are so often ridiculed and demeaned. The small but noticeable increase in White receivers in the NFL has also softened attitudes a bit. And there's no question White superstars are almost always strongly embraced by their hometown fans. But DWF Nation still mostly accepts the basic precepts behind the Caste System. We have to keep chipping away at it as there have been incremental improvements, including less anti-White stereotyping by the media. And who else is responsible for those improvements but Caste Football's posters?
     
  3. Ambrose

    Ambrose Master

    Joined:
    Feb 23, 2013
    Messages:
    2,251
    Location:
    New York
    The Caste system will no longer exist if the NFL gets much blacker. I am as certain of this as the sun will rise tomorrow. What I mean by that is, if pro football becomes blacker than it already is, there will be no white and black roles, simply black roles, and in so doing, likely very sooner than the board of governors would ever admit, white interest in the sport will more than wane, it will disperse. Without the attention from white America, with no one left to culturally and socially brainwash, there will be no need for the league to exist anymore as blacks are not the mental targets of the league anyway. When spectators keep the NFL in existence; without them, the league is history.
     
  4. La France Blanche

    La France Blanche Guru

    Joined:
    Sep 12, 2016
    Messages:
    460
    If the quarterback position ever becomes majority black, that will be the tipping point and the official cue to stop watching for millions of White fans. Normal White people (not the body-painted, belly-fat-shaking DWFs that always get shown on TV), but regular, decent, middle-class White people, who make up the vast majority of the fan base, watch the NFL to see Tom and Joe and Eli, not DeShaun and DeShone.

    The bean counters who work in the upper echelons of the league know this. It remains to be seen whether their masters will listen to their advice.
     
  5. whiteathlete33

    whiteathlete33 Hall of Famer

    Joined:
    Mar 18, 2007
    Messages:
    12,559
    Location:
    New Jersey
    My worry is what the "bruthas" will try to do to Christian. We all saw how Peyton Hillis was treated during games with racial slurs non-stop. Then there was Gerhart who was purposely singled out for brutal hits during training camp. Will the bruthas try and derail his career before it even starts?
     
    booth likes this.
  6. sprintstar

    sprintstar Mentor

    Joined:
    Jun 3, 2016
    Messages:
    540
    Location:
    Canada
    I
    I agree, what will the dindus try to do to CM in games and practices, will the coaches/owners allow it to happen? It will be absolutely amazing to see a superior white athlete cause so much panic in the the dindu nation lol They can not catch what has already gone past them....
     
  7. La France Blanche

    La France Blanche Guru

    Joined:
    Sep 12, 2016
    Messages:
    460
    I hope sCam Newton's fondness for running the ball into the end zone himself and hogging the glory won't take too much away from Christian and his own highlight reels.
     
  8. Ambrose

    Ambrose Master

    Joined:
    Feb 23, 2013
    Messages:
    2,251
    Location:
    New York
    Putting Christian with a running quarterback will -in my estimation- present a running oriented offence which other teams will focus on and try to plug up. Christian would be a better compliment to an aerial offence like the Pats.
     
  9. Silence Dogood

    Silence Dogood Newbie

    Joined:
    Apr 28, 2017
    Messages:
    60
    Location:
    Arizona
    What I wonder is whether or not the spread of Cultural Marxism is more important to these fat cat owners than money. Because if the league is all black, viewership will tumble down into the realm of non-existence. I see a whole lot of hype (deservedly so) behind CM, far more than any recent white player in memory. I almost wonder if he isn't the token white player that they want to excel. These guys may have an agenda but they can't be so stupid as to realize they need something to keep the brand going. Especially in the wake of the Krappernick debacle.

    If I was a race-traitor, Anti-American Marxist owner, that's exactly what I would do. McCaffrey is the guy to do it, he is must see-tv, and they know it. He is going to have a lot of white fans watching Panthers games for sure.
     
    DixieDestroyer likes this.
  10. Don Wassall

    Don Wassall Administrator Staff Member

    Joined:
    Sep 30, 2004
    Messages:
    20,753
    Location:
    Pennsylvania
    Kuechly: McCaffrey will be 'nightmare' in practice

    by Conor Orr

    Panthers first-round pick Christian McCaffrey has yet to really take the field in Carolina, but Luke Kuechly is already signing up other linebackers to cover him during practice.

    "He's going to be a nightmare for us," Kuechly told the Charlotte Observer. "It'll be a good challenge for us. We'll put Thomas [Davis] and Shaq [Thompson] on him and see what they can do."

    McCaffrey, of course, is training away from Carolina because Stanford is still in session until early June.

    In a lot of ways, it has been a blessing for the casual football observer that McCaffrey and the Panthers will not unite until mandatory mini camp later this month. During his only appearance in rookie mini camp, his blazing speed was an obvious point of focus. The team was neither in pads nor helmets.

    While McCaffrey's time at Stanford more than proved he is more than just an excellent 40-yard dash, spring workouts are populated by reporters gushing over qualities in players that we rarely see translated directly onto the football field.

    McCaffrey's real advantage will be his incredible receiving skills, football knowledge and an almost unconscious comfort weaving through a logjam of defenders with pads on. The real payoff will be how spread out Carolina will be able to make their opponents in Week 1.

    The McCaffrey hype is well earned and will end up significant once training camp starts. Kuechly isn't already dreading those one-on-one drills for no reason.

    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap30...echly-mccaffrey-will-be-nightmare-in-practice
     
    Heretic, Freethinker and celticdb15 like this.
  11. icsept

    icsept Mentor

    Joined:
    Oct 12, 2008
    Messages:
    1,622
    Location:
    Oklahoma
    "Kuechly isn't already dreading those one-on-one drills for no reason." Modern day writing at NFL.com...:eusa_doh:
     
    Heretic and celticdb15 like this.
  12. McCaffrey Dude

    McCaffrey Dude Guru

    Joined:
    Feb 11, 2016
    Messages:
    496
    For some reason I am changing my affiliation from the Patriots to the Panthers just because of McCaffrey. I will still root for New England just as hard but this kid is to special and white or black he is a once in a lifetime player. With Kuelchy, Colin Jones, Olsen and with a tremendous amount of luck even wr Bersin makes me wan't to watch this team. I wonder if Cam's ego can take a backseat to CM and trying to stop being the hero all the time with his " me first " runs. If there ever is a rift between these two players this team is in trouble. Unless Cam mellows out and puts the team ahead of himself for once there are going to be problems early and often.
     
  13. white lightning

    white lightning Hall of Famer Staff Member

    Joined:
    Oct 16, 2004
    Messages:
    10,421
    They are gonna be a team to watch for sure. C.M. is an incredibly gifted player athletically but he is also very intelligent. This can help a running back in blocking, running routes, knowing the proper assignments and having the patience to let the holes develop. This is going to be an epic year. I predict McCaffrey will go for 1000 yards as long as he gets the right amount of reps running the ball. I also think he will add around 300 or 400 yards receiving!
     
  14. SneakyFast

    SneakyFast Guru

    Joined:
    Jun 18, 2017
    Messages:
    120

    How much of that is owner sponsored organized NFL crime syndicate "bounties" its sad when blacks are more about their own mythical supremacy and intentionally trying to hurt white teammates
     
    DixieDestroyer likes this.
  15. DixieDestroyer

    DixieDestroyer Hall of Famer

    Joined:
    Jan 19, 2007
    Messages:
    8,572
    Location:
    Dixieland
    Dadgum Jerry Richardson outta collect hides if that happens...he's paying alotta cabbage for his top draft choice.
     
    SneakyFast likes this.
  16. SneakyFast

    SneakyFast Guru

    Joined:
    Jun 18, 2017
    Messages:
    120
    Yea he better keep dem dogs on a leash....if you understand what I'm saying
     
  17. McCaffrey Dude

    McCaffrey Dude Guru

    Joined:
    Feb 11, 2016
    Messages:
    496
    I know nothing about the guy but Carolina GM, David Gettleman, was fired by owner Jerry Richardson. All I know is DG was the one who really pulled for Christian McCaffrey to go to the Panthers. Strange.
     
  18. Thrashen

    Thrashen Hall of Famer

    Joined:
    Jun 4, 2007
    Messages:
    4,750
    Location:
    Pennsylvania
    An article about how McCaffrey is projected to be the first Panther player drafted in most fantasy leagues this September...

    https://www.catscratchreader.com/20...affrey-being-over-drafted-in-fantasy-football

    They provided this chart for every starting RB for every team in the NFL for 2017. None of the "starters" are white, but McCaffrey, Burkhead, Woodhead, and Zenner are all listed as viable fantasy options. There are also numerous athletic white "fullbacks" (Ripikowski in GB, Juszczyk in SF, Kuhn in NO, etc) who should receive plenty of touches this year as well...

    [​IMG]
     
    TwentyTwo likes this.
  19. booth

    booth Newbie

    Joined:
    Jul 23, 2015
    Messages:
    85
    Location:
    n.c.
    His biggest sin was he got rid of Steve Smith and Josh Norman and the majority of the black players did not like it.
     
    Freethinker likes this.
  20. Extra Point

    Extra Point Master

    Joined:
    Oct 21, 2012
    Messages:
    2,842
    I suspect the reason he got rid of Smith and Norman was their attitudes. Whatever the reason Gettleman was successful. The Panthers were in the Super Bowl two years ago.
     
  21. La France Blanche

    La France Blanche Guru

    Joined:
    Sep 12, 2016
    Messages:
    460
    If McCaffrey and Jonathan Stewart's races were reversed, McCaffrey would be the unquestioned feature back for the Panthers, and Stewart would be listed as a "fullback."
     
    Riggins44 likes this.
  22. sprintstar

    sprintstar Mentor

    Joined:
    Jun 3, 2016
    Messages:
    540
    Location:
    Canada
    I think every single negro athlete no matter the sport is hoping and praying that CM fails as he is the biggest threat to them as a race at this time. It is amazing to see now how afraid of superior and all white athletes negros are.
     
    Extra Point likes this.
  23. white lightning

    white lightning Hall of Famer Staff Member

    Joined:
    Oct 16, 2004
    Messages:
    10,421

    Jonathan Stewart: No one can cover Christian McCaffrey 1-on-1
    11:48 AM MT
    • [​IMG]
      David NewtonESPN Staff Writer

    SPARTANBURG, S.C. -- Christian McCaffrey has received a lot of praise since the Carolina Panthers selected him with the eighth pick of the NFL draft, but none higher than he got Sunday from his backfield mate.

    "He's pretty unstoppable as far as coming out of the backfield and running routes,'' Pro Bowl running back Jonathan Stewart said. "I can tell you now there's not going to be anybody in this league that can cover him one-on-one.

    "He's a special player.''

    The Panthers took McCaffrey in the first round because of his versatility as a running back and receiver. He's shown throughout the first week of training camp few can stay with him in open space.

    He already has gotten the best of Pro Bowl linebackers Luke Kuechly and Thomas Davis with open-field moves. Kuechly said the former Stanford star has "shakes.''

    Christian McCaffrey is a "special" player who can't be covered one-on-one, Panthers teammate Jonathan Stewart raved on Sunday. Jeremy Brevard/USA TODAY Sports
    "He's very precise with his movements,'' Kuechly said. "He's in and out of breaks quick. I think he's going to be somebody that helps us out.''

    Stewart typically is soft-spoken and reserved with his comments. But he couldn't say enough good things about the 2015 Heisman Trophy runner-up, who broke Barry Sanders' NCAA record for all-purpose yards in a season.

    Stewart said it starts with McCaffrey's preparation.

    "His preparation is like a vet, which it should be,'' he said. "Like rookies learn when they get into the league every year, there's no such thing as being a rookie.

    "His approach to the game, his focus, his mental on the craft is a 10.''

    Stewart will share the backfield with McCaffrey this season as he did with DeAngelo Williams early in his career. Stewart is considered the power back and McCaffrey a change of pace back that also can play slot receiver.

    The Panthers also have lined McCaffrey up wide in training camp, anything to get him paired one-on-one with a defender.

    Stewart called McCaffrey's first step "deadly.''

    "You want to call me the big bruiser or whatever,'' he said. "I don't know what you're going to call him. But he's a special player and we've got to use him the right way.''
     
  24. Thrashen

    Thrashen Hall of Famer

    Joined:
    Jun 4, 2007
    Messages:
    4,750
    Location:
    Pennsylvania
    Very high praise from Jonathan Stewart, who by all accounts seems to be a high character black player. Openly praising/hyping your main competition at RB (and a white RB, no less) shows that Stewart is a team player that just wants what's best for his team. I remember seeing a segment on ESPN where Stewart was playing the piano and he seems to be well-spoken and religious. He's also engaged to a mixed-race, Hispanic-looking woman, which is good!

    [​IMG]
     
    Last edited: Aug 1, 2017
  25. TwentyTwo

    TwentyTwo Mentor

    Joined:
    Oct 31, 2009
    Messages:
    1,842
    Location:
    Louisiana
    Last edited: Aug 2, 2017

Share This Page