NFL 2014 Week 16

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  1. Wes Woodhead

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    Its not like they have not TRIED to help these sorry ass quotabacks this year. Its just that negros are such horrible QBs they usually screw up no matter how much help they get. Thats why they have to ride Wilson (who is a mulatto not a negro), because he is the only one actually capable.

    The game was illegitimate, therefore making the Sea championship illegitimate, because the Broncos coaches, and most of the players on defense were clearly not trying to win.

    As far as your third question, you gotta be kidding me! Do people really turn off the tv if its a blowout? Really??????

    Last years Stuper Bowl was THE MOST WATCHED PROGRAM THATS EVER AIRED ON TV! BY FAR! So much for that nonsense. Its time to wake up!

    I know, I know. Allow me to beat you to the punch. I must be a "Bafoon, Idiot, Moron, Jackass, Dumb as a box of rocks, Retard, and a Poo Poo face".
     
  2. Don Wassall

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    I've never liked Simms. He's always been a reliable Caste-speaker, plus I can't stand his voice, which never shuts up for seemingly even a second during a game.

    I was surprised to find out his son Chris was the TV analyst for yesterday's Oakland-Buffalo game, which means we can look forward to another 30 or 40 years or so of at least one annoying Simms in the broadcast booth. The younger Simms sounds a bit fruity to me. . .
     
  3. Don Wassall

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    It's skewed like that for DL, LB and DB -- the few Whites "allowed" to play are invariably near the top of the stats at their position, followed by a sea of black. Accompanying the intensification of the campaign to push black QBs at the college level has been the drive to all but eliminate Whites from playing defense. But no one will dare point out the glaringly obvious, for fear of being ostracized and worse here in the "land of the free."
     
  4. GiovaniMarcon

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    I think one major problem with professional [American] sports like football (and perhaps to a lesser extent, basketball), White athletes tend to offer almost a guarantee of competent, efficient, productive play.

    That's not to say Blacks cannot offer these things too, but I feel that Whites offer them more consistently. I have no scientific evidence to back this up, but I think it's probably true.

    Blacks, however, are assumed to have more "potential" to become better. Not that they're better yet, though of course people will lie to themselves and say that they are better to begin with, especially when placed on a side-by-side comparison with a White athlete that outguns and outperforms him in most every category.

    Thus coaches and dimwitted fans are always digging for that next Michael Jordan who most of the time never materializes, meanwhile they ignore a sea of amazingly gifted White athletes with PROVEN track records, in favor of idiot Blacks with less stellar credentials but unquantifiable "potential."

    So we have today's NFL, with tons of mediocre Black athletes, meanwhile whatever White athletes are permitted to play tend to outperform them in often staggering fashion.

    What throws an even bigger monkey wrench into the affirmative action gears is that the "Michael Jordan," when found, is often WHITE.

    So they give that Michael Jordan the Tim Tebow, John Manziel, Peyton Hillis treatment, and try to bury him under the radar as much as possible, and prop up their quotaBlack equivalent of Harold Miner, Sam Bowie, Ed O' Bannon, etc.
     
  5. FootballDad

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    I think that Wigger Pete has it right, as far as the correct "pro" offense to use with a mobile QB. It's neither an "option" attack or a "pro style" offense that Russell Wilson runs, but a combination of the two. And Wilson is smart enough, and has enough pocket presence to run it. If Manziel had a similar offense tailored to his skills, it really could "revolutionize" the game.
    Harbaugh's offense in SF has similar qualities, but the Toucan lacks Wilson's pocket presence, ability to step up or away from pressure. Johnny has the ability to do this, and has a much stronger and more accurate arm than Wilson.
     
  6. Thrashen

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    Much to the chagrin of racially-aware football fans, “Plantation Pete” and his loathsome Seahawks club are clearing peaking. In the playoffs, they’ll surely be a major threat to the Packers, no matter the game’s location. To ease the pain of their unfortunate success, at least TE Luke Willson has been coming on lately. Last night’s 80-yard can-and-run left a plethora of “fast” ******* defensive backs eating his dust. One of his hapless black chasers, Rashad Johnson (#26), actually got Willson’s heel lodged in his throat, causing his helmet to fly off and him to leave the game with a blood-soaked face...

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    Did anyone see the way that Cam Newton defended Johnny Manziel at his post-game press conference? Apparently, Panther fans were raucously cheering when Manziel left the game with a pulled hamstring. Newton said the following about the situation…

    As much as I dislike Newton’s personality and have enjoyed his many failures over the years, what he said was very classy and respectable. Some here at CF have asserted that they’d rather see the Falcons make the playoffs instead of the Panthers. I disagree, as Carolina has Olsen (19 yards away from his 1[SUP]st[/SUP] 1,000-yard season), Bersin, Kuechly, Klein, and Colin Jones, whereas Atlanta merely has Ryan, Biermann, and Worrilow. I understand that we don’t want black QB’s to make the playoffs, but after the Packers, Eagles, and Cowboys, what other NFC teams have as many whites to root for as the Panthers? Perhaps only the Vikings?

    Speaking of the Eagles…it seems that Nick Foles will have a very good chance to return as the starter next season. At least Riley Cooper and Zach Ertz had nice games, finally, in a playoff-killing loss to the lowly Redskins. Both of these guys have talent, but have been grossly under-utilized this season in Kelly’s boring, ineffective, Matthews/Maclin/McCoy/Sproles-heavy offense…

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    It’s sad that the NFL’s whitest team failed to make the playoffs, but realistically, how far would this average team have gotten anyway? In the NFC, the Packers have far less whites on their roster, but their offense is centered around the NFL’s best WR, Jordy Nelson. For this reason, they were always our #1 choice in the NFC.

    It was great to see New England “hold off” the putrid Jets, who always seem to play them tight. Edelman didn’t play due to a phantom concussion, so hopefully in the next game against the Bills, he manages to compile the 28 yards needed for his 2[SUP]nd[/SUP] 1,000-yard season. I almost hope that Denver wins tonight, if only so that New England won’t have any reason to “rest” their starters next week. In a sluggish day for the Patriot offense, Gronkowski had another TD, his 12[SUP]th[/SUP] of the season…

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    The much-despised Danny Amendola filled in nicely for Edelman, logged 8 catches (many of which converted critical 3[SUP]rd[/SUP] downs) for 63 yards and added an awesome 40-yard punt return. Let’s hope Edelman returns next week and the Pats can take care of business and secure the #1 seed against the Bills. As usual, ESPN Boston's Mike Reiss gets it right...

    Toby Gerhart had a nice game (12 carries, 53 yard, TD) against the Titans, so hopefully he can finish the season strong next week…

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    Houston won and the planet’s best football player, JJ Watt, had another masterful performance (8 tackles, 1 sack, 3 TFL)...

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    With 17.5 sacks, Watt is unlikely to match his 2012 mark of 20.5. Throughout this magical season, he’s done so much more than sack the quarterback…he’s amassed 72 tackles, forced 3 fumbles, defended 10 passes, scored receiving TD’s, scored on fumble recoveries, and scored on intercepted passes.

    For Houston to make the playoffs, they’ll need to defeat Jacksonville next week, and for the Ravens AND Chargers to both lose. Let’s hope that somehow, someway, the game’s best player will be playoff bound.

    The ascension of Dallas WR, Cole Beasley, continued against the Colts. Beasley scored his 3[SUP]rd[/SUP] TD in 3 weeks…

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    Jordy Nelson had his 7[SUP]th[/SUP] 100-yard game and scored his 13[SUP]th[/SUP] TD of the season. With one very meaningful game remaining, the game’s best receiver has 92 catches, 1,433 yards, and 13 scores. Pretty nice season...

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    For the upcoming week, let’s hope that Houston can make the playoffs, Edelman and Olsen reach the 1,000-yard mark, and the Patriots/Packers secure the #1 seeds in their respective conferences.
     

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  7. Westside

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    Compared to the blackbirds, DAL is a team I could support in the caste era. Too bad Sean Lee was hurt for the entire season. Glad to see Beasley is becoming a go to weapon.
     
  8. Don Wassall

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    The Bengals are starting an all White o-line and it's been very good so far against Denver's much-ballyhooed defense. By contrast, Denver's o-line has been lousy as the Broncos couldn't move the ball at all in the first half until the last couple of minutes but still ended up missing a field goal going into halftime.
     
  9. BeyondFedUp

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    Looks like NE will have the #1 seed in the AFC!!
     
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    I wonder how Elway is feeling right now....?:question::smile:
     
  11. Westside

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    Right now I am thinking how the corrupt caste system has entrenched itself in the NFL, NBA and to a lesser extent with no success in MBL. Consequently, it means that teams such as NE, PHI and GB will have to perform at the highest levels with White players to keep some semblance of White excellence. It will be a hard task.
     
  12. foobar75

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    Glad to see Elway's plantation go down tonight, thereby giving NE the top seed. Given the way Denver has been playing recently, and none of the other AFC playoff teams striking fear in anyone's eyes, our Pats should be heavy favorites to advance to the SB.

    Manning seems perhaps injured, is it his hand? He hasn't looked that well in the second half of the year, and of course the lousy pass protection of that offensive line doesn't help. Still, it feels like age is finally starting to catch-up to him. The weather isn't going to get any better going into January, so Denver looks vulnerable all of a sudden.
     
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    He's probably not feeling too bad. Denver is still in good shape. The problem is their porous all black defense and that's the same defense as basically every other team in the league. They have a high powered offense, like a lot of teams, and a crappy defense, like a lot of teams, so they have a shot at going back to the Super Bowl.
     
  14. Don Wassall

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    I think it's a combination of finally showing some age -- I mean what the hell the man is 38 1/2 years old, ancient even for a starting quarterback -- and an offensive line that is weak except when Peyton is running the no huddle offense, and even then Manning is often under a lot of pressure. The last few weeks they had suddenly switched to a run-first ball-control offense combined with this season's improved defense, with some success, ostensibly to avoid a repeat of the shellacking they took in the Super Bowl last year if they got that far again. But the o-line was pathetic tonight and the offense did nothing until Peyton was allowed to be Peyton again and run the no-huddle from the line of scrimmage with his peerless ability to read defensive alignments. But too many mistakes doomed them.

    I think the Broncos are a longshot now to win the Super Bowl. New England is in command in the AFC but then again anything can happen in the playoffs. My gut feeling is that Peyton Manning won't get that second Super Bowl win, the one he cherishes and which would cement his legacy of greatness, which would bother me a lot more if Elway and Fox hadn't gone the coal black route the past two seasons.
     
  15. BeyondFedUp

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    Indeed. Case in point, just from a visual, the nfl.com homepage on Mondays is top and center a video highlight collage/grid. You'd think the league was 98% black if you were visiting from a non-american country. The few token Whites are lost in the abyss as though they played a very insignificant role. The controllers pictorially have their fantasy in the works even if is not reality to even those who saw the likes of Brady, Rodgers, Romo, Gronk, Jordy, Witten, Ertz, and others at their given skill positions torch their opposition's players of color.

    Granted, Wilson and the Seahawks have a SB title, and they are playing great and firing on all cylinders, BUT, consider the following about Romo and Witten, (from dallascowboys.com) and tell me what the media elites would have said if it were Russel Wilson and and Lynch (albeit he's a RB), I'm just saying comparisons of well-known star players, and compare what you would normally see from a perspective of Black and White media coverage and praises. Here's a few things and stats from the article:
    Just like the team has to be proud of Romo, who had one of the best games of his career and was just short of having one of the better statistical games in NFL history.
    Romo completed 18-of-20 passes for a career-high 90 percent completion percentage, the highest in team history. Romo’s started out 18-of-19 before his final pass, nearly intercepted, fell incomplete. A completed pass would’ve given Romo the highest completion percentage in NFL history (minimum of 20 attempts). The 90 percent completion percentage is the highest among all NFL quarterbacks this season. He also set a franchise record with 16 straight completions, the most in a single game. He actually owns the overall record with 17 straight that spanned over two games in 2012.
    He finished the game with a 151.7 passer rating, setting an NFL record for six games this season with a rating over 135.0, surpassing Steve Young (1993) and Peyton Manning (2013). By the way, he now ranks No. 1 in passer rating (114.4), higher than Aaron Rodgers, Matthew Stafford, Drew Brees, Tom Brady and Peyton Manning; No. 1 in completion percentage (70.3 percent); No. 1 in yards-per-attempt (8.49) and No. 1 in touchdown percentage (8.0), having thrown 32 of them with one game to go.

    Regarding Witten's day and season:
    Can you say there is a saltier, more productive, down in and down out tight end in the league than Jason Witten? He has put up a season-high seven catches in each of the past two games, all total 60, only the second NFL tight end to ever post 11 consecutive 60-catch and 600-yard seasons.


     
  16. Don Wassall

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    BFU, I noticed that quote about Witten somewhere else and it immediately struck me as off-key, because even though the "record" cited is accurate, it seems designed to mark him in the reader's mind as a 60 catch, 600 yard kind of tight end.

    When I think of Jason Witten I think of the six seasons from 2007 through 2012, when he never went below 942 receiving yards in a season and exceeded 1,000 yards four times, a phenomenal accomplishment for a tight end. In fact, the only time Witten has ever finished with less than 750 yards was his rookie season of 2003, and possibly this year.

    So it's a "record" that actually significantly diminishes Witten's greatness, par for the course and endless examples of diminishing or ignoring White athletic excellence can be pointed out every day in the government's media arm.
     
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    Good eye Don, I agree, but I think that citation was more an attribute his longevity, but nonetheless, he's a player that doesn't draw attention to himself and goes about his business with excellence.

    Also, Romo passed Aikman on the franchise all-time yards list with that 25 yd TD to Witten, and when asked about it after the game, Romo was humbled and basically said he'd die to have Troy's 3 SB wins instead...
     
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    Witten is obviously nearing the end of his career, but compare the media publicity he receives to what Tony Gonzalez received near the end of his career. Gonzalez was all but enshrined as an NFL god and immediately given a network sinecure job after he retired and he's not even black (though the Caste System dearly loves the few hispanics that can make the grade).

    Witten will pretty much just fade away next season or the one after to polite media applause, reminiscient of the way 600 homer man Jim Thome left his sport with but a small fraction of the acclaim he deserved.
     
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    I know there have been musings about Romo being a White player here at CF. I will go on record and say that he is just as White as Edelman who is part Jewish. To me he is Bruce Jenner, way before a Kardashian nim nut, that would be on a box of Wheaties(which I like with whole milk and powdered sugar, thank you very much). I have feeling he will surprise and dominate in the post season.
     
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    I don't think the general public regards Romo as anything but White, and I don't either. Even the media doesn't, as they have hounded Sanchez about being an "hispanic" quarterback, but Romo almost not at all.
     
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    A few years ago, Romo was being called the "modern Don Meredith." The idea was Romo was a Cowboy QB who made the critical mistake in big games.
     
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    As I’m sure you’re all aware, Tony Romo’s actual name is “Antonio Ramiro Romo.” His father is a Spanish-Mexican and his mother, whose maiden name was Joan Jakubowski, is likely Polish. Romo’s father…

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    The only non-white member of Romo’s family appears to be his paternal grandmother (far right photo below), who is obviously part Amerindian. His mother can also be seen in the middle photo…

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    The one and only time I noticed any mention whatsoever of Romo’s partial “Hispanic” heritage was a short story about the subject on ESPN about 3-4 years ago. His father, who was wearing a cowboy hat on a ranch, was interviewed about his Mexican heritage. Like in the photos above, he appeared completely white. I’d wager that if a nationwide poll of DWF's were conducted, the vast majority would likely think “Romo” was an Italian surname.

    Romo is very light-skinned all year long, has medium brown hair and light brown eyes. Compare him to Mark Sanchez, who looks white at times, then like the greasiest of wetbacks other times…

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  23. celticdb15

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    Probably drunk. Lol
     
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    Anyway, back to the results of the Broncos-Bengals game. Although I loathe the Denver Blackos, I think their loss last night could negatively impact Julian Edelman’s chance to play in the Patriots’ upcoming game against the Bills, thus jeopardizing his quest for another 1,000-yard season (he needs 28 yards). Hopefully the starters play at least the first half.

    Also, the Bengals have one of the better defenses in the league (albeit by sewer-level NFL standards), so I’m worried they could stifle New England in the playoffs now that they’ve qualified. I realize that the Pats destroyed them to the tune of 43-17 back in October…but think back to their 2013 clash in which Brady had a terrible day in a loss.

    If Denver defeats the putrid Raiders next week, they’re the #2 seed no matter what.
     
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    John Kuhn had two 11 yard runs versus Lovie Smith's caste approved football team which has one of the worst OLs in my memory bank and no run game which leaves a journeyman QB to pull miracles out of his fourth point of contact. I had to watch it on NFL rewind which reminds me that football in a way really sucks because they actually do a good job of condensing a 3 hour game into 22 minutes of airtime.

    Anyway gents I do no know why you get all depressed about the sports industrial complex, the whole shebang is delegitimizing itself into a clown show. It is the USSR with leather balls.
     

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