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  1. DWF Upside

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    I fully expected Laird to be playing by now. Its a prime time game, what better way to scapegoat the worst team in the league. Would rather see “”” chosen hoke-nose””” 21 upsiders and a cucked Honduran coach. But beggers cant be choosy, so best of luck to Laird in an impossible situation.
     
  2. rockybleier

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    Laird has been active all of October......
    I keep waiting for him to get a carry or three....
    Drake was middling up the depth chart....
    Let’s see what the rest of the season holds....
     
  3. white lightning

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    Today is Andy Daltons Birthday. He turned 32 today and the Bengals are benching him. Dalton is 4th in nfl in passing yards and only a little over 100 yards from being the number one
    passer in the nfl for total passing yards. Yet he is the reason the Bengals suck. It doesn't make any sense. I'm not saying he has been great as he has made mistakes but he is still having
    a good year despite being on 1 of the 2 worst teams talent wise in the nfl. My point is that the losses should not be just directed at him. It's so unfair.

    Trubisky in Chicago is being thrown under the bus too. Complete B.S. when some other qb's can fail for many, many years before they get rid of them. Look at Winston & Marriota to name a few.
     
  4. Shadowlight

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    The Cowboys desperately wanted the Jets S Jamal Adams but the asking price was over the moon so they declined at the trading deadline. Yes the Cowboys were once again entertaining thoughts of benching the terrific Jeff Heath. Who is the caste hole in the Cowboys organization who keeps pushing this crap idea? As is the Cowboys have one of the better defensive units in the NFL. And Heath has played at an all star level the past two plus seasons. Mind boggling.
     
  5. Don Wassall

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    The Cowboys organization deserves a lot of credit for continuing to start Heath when the local media has been strongly against him and close to one hundred percent of Dallas DWFs. Credit where credit is due. Don't mistake the endless articles against him for what's actually taking place.
     
  6. BeyondFedUp

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    As someone who formerly lived in the Dallas area and was a daily follower of the media there I can tell you Don is correct. The (((media))) there is no different than some northeast leftist institution in all departments, and the DWFs follow suit hook, line and sinker.
     
  7. Leonardfan

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    I feel for Dalton - not a bad QB at all - was always solid to above average with a some brilliant moments during his tenure with the Bengals. It will be interesting to see where he ends up after the season. He's better than Prescott, Brissett, Scam, Eraserhead, Winston, Mariota, Bridgewater.

    I could comment on all the trades and the trades that never went through but what's the point - just all speculation to push the 24/7 sports news cycle that turns out to be nothing in the end.

    I did see Nick O'Leary got cut today by the Dolphins. None of the black scrub RBs did - I watched the first half of the game and "booger" couldn't help himself but keep commenting on Flores and how impressed he was when meeting him and how he is his own man even though he came from the Patriots as well as how Mark Walton got his second chance (it was actually his fourth chance after being arrested three times and cut by the Bengals).
     
  8. Thrashwolf

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    The raiders sign Will Compton!
     
  9. rockybleier

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    I had to check Ourlads......
    Drake and Morris ahead of Zenner on the depth chart......Of course.
     
  10. TwentyTwo

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    Jeff Heath was the Cowboys Defensive MVP in the 2017 PLAYOFF game a couple of years ago vs. Packers/Aaron Rodgers! Had 27 yard INT ; a Sack ; TFL ; key Pass Deflection; etc ..... But idiot DWF's never gave him credit & swept it under the rug after the close loss.
     
  11. Truthteller

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    Looks like Williams exceeded his own lofty expectations of 16 sacks -- he has 17 so far.........Oops, I'm sorry, Leonard Williams, perhaps thinking he was Justin James Watt, kept predicting he'd have 16 sack seasons! It took him four full seasons (64 games, most as a starter) to reach those 17 career sacks! So far in 2019, once again, he's well short of his first 16 sack season -- has zero in 7 games.

    Dried Nasal Mucus McFarland on ESPN claimed he really liked the deal, from the Giants perceptive. I guess Williams can't be any worse than the D-Line scrubs the Giants have been wasting high picks on the last several years? Poor Daniel Jones, he'll need to score 30 points a game, just to have a chance. Tossed 4 TD's (0 Int's) last week and still lost.

    Ourlads is a decent source for Depth Charts, but here's some hope: Last week the Cards only had 2 RB's active. The currently injured Chase whatever his name? from that national powerhouse Fordham and ZZ. Morris was inactive last week. Hopefully that carries over to this week (Thursday Night). 49ers have played well on defense this season, but CMac really embarrassed them last Sunday. Perhaps they struggle against white tailbacks?

    rb, here's a video you'll like: https://www.cfl.ca/games/2636/ottaw...526126.1572411588-323953639.1572155372#videos

    rb, skip to the 2:49 and 3:45 second marks in the top video (game recap) and you'll get to see a couple big plays by Toronto Argos RB, A.J. Oulette, who had 11 rushes for 69 yards in his first start. He also had 6 catches for 39 yards 1 TD. He was the only Argos tailback that touched the ball last week. Toronto (4-13) plays their final game of the season Saturday...Ottawa, also featured a white starting tailback. A Canadian goy, who did not have a big game, but has averaged over 4.0 YPC this season as a backup.
     
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  12. white lightning

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    I love it. So happy for AJ Oulette and his wife. The life of a white running back can be brutal. He has to take care of his family. So glad at least the CFL gave him a chance. There is no doubt
    in my mind that he can play in the NFL. Just like with Zenner and Nall it is anti white discrimintaion at it's worst. Keep the dream alive brother. We love you AJ! :)
     
  13. rockybleier

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    Thanks for posting the AJO video....
    Dude is good enough for an NFL roster....
     
  14. Don Wassall

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    How about the Bosa brothers being named defensive player of the week in their respective conferences!! Don't know if it's happened before, likely not.

    Rookie Maxx Crosby is really coming on, getting more beastly by the week. White NFL defensive players are like blacks in MLB in the 1950s -- few and far between but generally stars and superstars.

    I'm trying to figure out what's happened to David Mayo and Troy Reeder. Both were instant tackling machines but Reeder played only ten snaps Sunday despite starting, and Mayo has inexplicably disappeared the past couple games after putting up big numbers. Nate Gerry continues to put up very nice numbers, and Drue Tranquil is slowly but surely getting more playing time and responding with nice tackle totals.
     
  15. Extra Point

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    2019 was a great draft year for white defenders. It included players such as DE Maxx Crosby, DE Chase Winovich, DE Zach Allen, DE John Cominsky , DE Nick Bosa, LB Cody Barton, LB Drue Tranquill, NT Greg Gaines, LB Ben Burr-Kirven, LB Ryan Connelly, LB Blake Cashman and LB Cole Holcomb. And there are more.

    These players will make a major impact in the NFL for years to come.
     
  16. PHillisFan

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    It took injuries to all the rbs ahead of him for Peyton Hillis to get his shot. It looks like it will take injuries to walton and ballage for Laird to finally get his shot. I would welcome this.
     
  17. Shadowlight

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    Jets rookie LB Blake Cashman is done for the season with a shoulder injury. He joins Giants rookie Ryan Connelly who suffered a more damaging ACL tear earlier in the season. Connelly especially was playing well. These injuries are killers.

    The Patriots have finally ( thankfully) discarded WR Josh Gordon. Gordon has landed on caste land Seattle. Makes one laugh.

    As mentioned in another thread Redskins safety Troy Apke is scheduled to start unless there is some last minute change.

    Within a week we have seen two rookie receivers pull off long splash touchdowns. I am referring of course to Andy Isabella and Hunter Renfrow. It was a burst of fresh air.

    It is worth noting though that a player like Ryan Switzer of the Steelers and several other white slots represent a new type of player pattern design specifically tailored to white receivers only. As mentioned a couple of weeks ago old time Bills WR Andre Reed would often run some shorter patterns but they had little resemblance to the new patterns for the young budding white receivers of today. I noticed the Cowboys would continue to shorten Cole Beasley's patterns. Move the chains by an inch kind of stuff.

    But the short patterns have been taken to an extreme. And the recipient of these patterns ( white wide receivers) will most likely have a short NFL shelf life.

    I am of course talking about the new Closet Patterns. And Switzer is/was the poster child. Basically it is a pattern you can practice in a closet because it involves running about two inches off the line of scrimmage and then turning all the way around button hook style to catch the ball waiting to be mauled by linebackers.

    Hell in contrast slot "possession receiver" of yore Wes Welker was a virtual deep threat.

    The Closet Pattern, just another cute invention to squeeze the life out of white skill players.
     
  18. rockybleier

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    Cam to the I.R.
     
  19. Extra Point

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    There's speculation that the Panthers will move on from Newton after this season, especially with a new owner.

    I can't see it happening. Newton is black. Black privilege will prevail.
     
  20. CrazyFinn

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    This is a good article, explains in detail why Newton is done in Carolina, and most likely done as an NFL QB:

    https://www.espn.com/blog/carolina-...-has-likely-played-his-last-game-for-panthers

    McCaffrey is now the face of the franchise. If Kyle Allen can continue to play well and keep the Panthers contending for a playoff spot, they won’t have to worry about the QB position next year or beyond.

    Newton is only 30, an age where white QBs begin to hit their primes and play another 8-10 years. But his body started to break down a couple of years ago and he’s pretty much useless if he can’t run. He might try to resurface somewhere else but I predict he’ll retire in a couple of years.
     
  21. Shadowlight

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    Sure it is a free country and the Chargers owner can do what he wants. But a big part of me wants to see this team falter. The owner is all pissed off over a rumor they may land in London. Is that any worse than yanking the team out of San Diego and landing in LA to share a stadium with the more established LA team the Rams?? At least the London fans would probably be more receptive to the team.

    As it is they are playing in some half ass band box until next season. And I suspect if the Chargers start losing this whole greed ass move will backfire up the owner's ass and I for one would like to see the die hard Chargers fans say screw you and turn their backs for good. Why support caste infected NFL teams when they show no interest in a long time local establishment?

    It boggles my mind to think that San Diego fans would buy into this whole LA scheme when it is too far away for an easy commute from San Diego. I figure the owner takes their fans as caste drooling fools who will follow their team despite the fact it really isn't "their" team anymore.

    When Carolina played in London the overwhelming white Brits cheered heartily for CM ( Irish blood) and they went nuts over Luke Kuechly. They already picked up on the USA habit of chanting "LUUUUUUUKE."

    So I would like to see two things. A team stationed in London. And a team that is more racially diverse so the English fans can have some white players to cheer for as well.
     
  22. Don Wassall

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    After two nice games in a row, Hunter Renfrow now leads Oakland wide receivers in receptions with 24. The total of 24 is modest for this point in the season but the trend is definitely moving in the right direction.

    The Raiders have also inserted rookie Maxx Crosby into the starting lineup and he is easily outperforming fellow rookie DE Clelin Ferrell, who was a surprise early first round draft choice who to this point hasn't shown much.

    Newly signed Will Compton should begin seeing a significant number of snaps this week due to injuries and terrible play by Raiders linebackers.

    Oakland has improved quite a bit from the Black Jack Del Rio years in year two of the Gruden-Mayock regime and are now a team I want to see keep surprising this season.
     
  23. Truthteller

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    Alright Gentlemen, here's some varied players news: Some good; some bad, but all noteworthy.

    It was known by Philly area DWF's earlier this season that the Philadelphia Eagles would likely receive a 4th round compensation pick if they cut linebacker L.J. Fortt and Andrew Sendejo before week 10. Fortt was cut after week 4. Sendejo was cut today (after week 9), despite ranking among the top 40 percentile of NFL safeties by virulently anti-white Pro Football Focus. Logic would dictate that Sendejo will be picked up fairly soon? Perhaps by cutting him, Philly can resign him and still get their additional 4th rounder, once he clears waivers? Nonetheless, they will no doubt waste that 4th rounder on some upsider anyway!

    Recently "retired" Paul Worrilow is finally back in NFL, signed by the injury decimated (at linebacker) New York Jets. Worrilow is not that old (29), so he could use this to re-jump start his NFL career, perhaps? More than likely, unfortunately, this might be just a chance to collect 2 additional (final) months of fat NFL paychecks before he turns 30 next spring.

    Not reported here at CF, I think, but Jeff Heath left last night's game with a knee injury. Good news, is it doesn't seem to be too serious. Actually needed 12 stitches to seal a laceration near the knee he suffered while making touchdown-saving tackle on Dallas' kickoff unit.

    Steelers also signed outside linebacker Robert Spillane from their practice squad today, who none other than Aunt Chrissie from NBC really hyped up during a summer pre-season game. This is in addition to the return of Anthony Chickillo, who's career seemed to be in serious peril due to a domestic violence arrest. Media reports were Chickillo's "girlfriend" was the violent one that night, but any time a white player (particularly a backup at a Caste position) is arrested, he's in deep trouble. Seems A.C. has probably dodged a career ending bullet, for now.

    Up north, A.J. Oulette got his second start at running back for the Toronto Argos last Saturday, but did not fare as well as the prior week -- 25 yards on limited chances. Had to leave the game early due to some afflete skull cracking him. A.J. finished the season with 114 yards (5.0 YPC). Nice start, considering he joined the team well after mid-season due to his stint with Cleveland this pre-season. Hopefully he'll follow in the footsteps of Gil Fenerty, who used the CFL to garner some NFL acclaim in the early 1990's. At the very least, he could follow the trail of Josh Ranek, who posted several 1,000 yard seasons in Ottawa beginning around 2004?

    Speaking of the CFL, I knew Hamilton featured former Cornell star Luke Tasker, who has had three 1,000 yard seasons. Could be 4 or 5, sans injuries? Anyhow, I was surprised (shocked) to see the Ti-Cat's talented rookie receiver named Jaelon Jacklin is white! I check out the box scores and league leaders from time to time. Would have never occurred to me Jaelon Jacklin could be white. He played at Western Illinois, so I bet a lot of the college posters here at CF knew about him. By the way, Jacklin, like Oulette, left Saturday's game due to a hit to the head by some violent upsider.

    Carolina has just signed WR Donte Moncrief. This could, perhaps, lead the Panthers to cut Chris Hogan from the IR? If they did that, it would make Hogan a free agent and he could re-join the Patriots. Not sure, but it seemed like Chris' injury was not a true "season ender", but merely a way to get rid of him last month?

    Whites at Caste positions recently added to practice squads: DE/LB Porter Gustin signed by vile Cleveland GM Jim Calhoun-Dorsey, who might be realizing field all black teams can be awful, vis-a-vis chemistry issues. Cincinnati has signed LB Brady Sheldon, who actually played 2 games for the odious Black Jack Del Rio's 2017 Train-wreck Raiders......San Francisco 49ers, just worked out former Stanford LB Joey Alfieri yesterday. Hopefully he'll be added to the practice squad, at the very least?
     
  24. BeyondFedUp

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    If Carolina does cut Hogan a lot of Pats fans would be stoked to have him back. I'd never want one of our guys to be cut but if this was the scenario it'd be great and right on time with the Pats on their bye week. Something to keep an eye on.
     
  25. dwid

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    Not sure why teams continue to draft running qbs . They fizzle out so quickly. Cam had 3 winning seasons, I think he really started to fade after 2015 .
    Meanwhile we have guys like Brady (42) and Brees (will be 41 this postseason). Both qbs still play at a high level. I'd be surprised if Lamar Jackson is still playing at a high level in a few years
     

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