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  1. Truthteller

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    Shadowlight, Caldwell has been the Jags GM for a while now. Tom C. was the team's executive vice president. Here's a link that explains it all. Caldwell was hired, after they ditched the Goy that signed Toby Gerhart for starters money back in 2014. I'd bet signing Toby did not help the ex-GM's cause....Recently, I'm not sure who wielded most power, but the Jags are clearly not as Caste with Marrone as they were before he arrived. Marrone is not terrible. Remember in Buffalo, he wanted no part of E.J. Emmanuel, but he was forced upon him by the former black GM. I'm sure the same deal applies in Jax. We'll see, with Tom C. gone, perhaps the Jags and Marrone have a better shot going forward?

    Word is, the NFL no longer wants a team based in London. And the Jaguars owner thinks there isn't enough demand in London for an entrenched team. I believe him. Keep a couple things in mind. There are some huge obstacles to moving that the "drive-by sports media" never details. Below I'll post just a couple. I could put forth other reasons, but my fingers will get tired (typing).

    1) Drafts for employment purposes are strictly outlawed on Cuck Island. In English sports, everyone is a free agent from the time they are kids up until they retire! That's why there is absolutely no parity in their sports leagues. It's a couple teams dominating every year (Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, ect), as they scoop up all the best prospects at a young age. Kind of like the Yankees from the Ruth/Gehrig era until the draft was implemented in the 1960's. So, how does the NFL get around that? They would need to seek some sort of Government exemption? What politicians will do that, considering their loyalties to all the local EPL teams?

    2) Outside of the rare, educated Andrew Luck types, who grew up in Europe, which American's want to play there? I won't even get into the tax issues, but just focusing on lifestyle and travel is enough. Vast majority of NFL players b!tch and moan about making a trip to London once every 4 or 5 years due to the travel -- then get a "bye week" to recover. What if they were forced to travel between the U.S. and U.K. several times a year? The black players, in particular, are militantly opposed to playing in Europe due to travel logistics. Once word spreads in England the black draftees and black free agents (in particular) refuse to sign, fans will feel disrespected and abandon the team.

    3) An NFL team faces the same problems the Quebec Nordiques and a proposed Hamilton or second Toronto team faces in the NHL. While the Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Leafs publicly support a regional rival, behind the scenes they will do everything they can to stop it.....Same will happen in London. Every big-time EPL club is probably lobbying behind closed doors to stop the Jaguars from moving, fearing any more competition. Even if it's modest competition. Heck, for years the Mets and Yankees even refused to allow minor league teams in N.Y.C. and near by regions. Only relented when they were allowed to own and operate (short season) single A Brooklyn and Staten Island.

    4) Let's not wax poetic about London. It's not the same London that existed during the Beatles heyday. It's not the same London that existed during the Tony Blair era through the 1990's and into the 2000's. Blair, a subversive Shabbos Goy, began running London into the ground due to opening the borders. This was no doubt at the behest of the Globalist Jewish banking families that completely control the Island and are trying to turn it into a third world cesspool....What would the NFL gain by having a team in Londanistan, where Sharia Law is openly practiced?...Plus it's not like the U.K. has a monster population like China or India. Roger Cuckdell needs to do away with his "London fetish" and focus on keeping teams in places like Oakland and San Diego....I don't think I can ever get used to the Las Vegas Raiders. Ever!
     
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  2. TomIron361

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    Merry Christmas Gentlemen...
     
  3. Shadowlight

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    I would much prefer a team in London and I will get to that in a moment. Perhaps the Coughlin factor tainted everything the past three years but I am still concerned over their GM Caldwell who has been around for too many caste drafts, albeit they drafted a white DT Taven Bryan in the first round in 2018. I am willing to go along with the ride if you think HC Marrone will lean less caste now that Coughlin is gone. This next draft will be a test and hopefully he passes it. One albeit small but glimmer of hope note is UDFA return man Michael Walker ( out of BC) at least for the time being ( who knows how long his gig will last) is their main kick returner and he has been solid so far.

    The racial breakdown in England has a much higher level of whites than the USA. Even if you isolate England from the UK where the white percentage is close to 90% in England it is around the mid 80% mark. And a black population at 3%. In the USA the dwindling white population is nearing 70% with a black population near 13%.

    California the non Hispanic white population sits at 36% while the Hispanic population is a whopping 40%. Their Asian number is high too at 15%. Blacks are relatively low at 6%.

    Granted London like most metropolitan cities is racially diverse but still in a racial match game the UK has a much higher % of white people than does the USA. The Premier league and it's heavily non white team make ups could give one the wrong impression. But absolutely you are spot on this isn't the London of the 1960's. The UK is like most European countires where non white including white and or black Muslim immigrant numbers have increased and in some cases like France dramatically. Look at Sweden of all places?

    My gut feeling is that Brits loves American football. Now we know the NBA is sniffing around foreign countries too but I suspect the UK prefers football whereas countries like Russia, China and France would prefer basketball. Japan is all set with their baseball and golf. Ha.

    The London NFL games have been met with great enthusiasm. Watching Carolina play I was struck by their enthusiasm for CM, a lot of it probably having too do with his Irish name and the way the crowd would chant out the name "Luke" for Luke Kuechly.

    My guess and I agree with you is white players would adjust to the "culture" in the UK better than the African American players. I think whites in general have an affinity for the glorious history of England whereas blacks could give a rat's ass.

    There are going to be complications with foreign soil you are correct and by pointing out Canada it drives the point home. But in this much smaller world we live in those problems I think are easier to overcome now than in the past. And I am just guessing here but if a team was to land in London I think it would be less caste than the average NFL team. But that is merely a hunch.

    But at the end of the day I would prefer to have a team in a high majority white country that is enthusiastic rather than yet another California team or a dead zone like Jacksonville where fans aren't as jacked. I still don't see how that Chargers in LA thing will turn out OK although I believe the Rams owner is flipping most of the bill with the new stadium. Still something there I suspect is going to give down the line. LA is a baseball and basketball town first and foremost. Hell they had trouble with just one football team and now there are two?
     
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    I've been arguing with some of the DWF's on Finheaven as the Jordan Love hype train is going on full throttle over there. Never in my decades of watching football have I seen a QB suck so bad, yet get the amount of hype this guy gets on these forums. It's like this guy can do no wrong. He sucks sh*t against BYU and LSU and the excuses made for him by these people (he lost his supporting cast, he had an off day, he was high on marijuana [someone actually said this]) are unbelievable. He finally has a decent game (against Kent freaking State) and these same people come from out of the woodwork to pump his tires. The reality is, this guy is simply not that good, yet these imbeciles don't want to see what's clearly in front of their faces. That's the frustrating thing with DWF's and liberals in general.
     
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  5. Truthteller

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    Nice reply Shadowlight. All great points.

    I think, at the end of the day, what will doom the NFL in London is simply the logistics of having a team in Europe (as I posted previously) and the players (particularly the bro's) reluctance to play there. Here's an in-depth ESPN article I just found from several years back that touches on some issues the NFL would face in London....While the NFL Draft concerns I noted in post #3601 might be worked out amicably, taxes and visa issues could be even worse for a league full of ex-felons:
    As far as the Chargers, I think they will eventually go the way of the New York Islanders, who are in the process of moving back full-time to Long Island (from Brooklyn) once their new arena is built. It might take quite a bit of time, but I believe whenever San Diego builds a new Stadium, the Chargers are going back. I guess the biggest stumbling block would be getting a new stadium in California, which is basically broke due to all the illegals and anchor babies sucking up all the tax revenue in the state.

    For the longest time, the Chargers tried to get a new stadium in S.D. and failed. I think that could change once the team is gone a while. Eventually there will be a overwhelming groundswell of support for their return and something can be worked out....As far as Los Angeles is concerned, if the Chargers did want to move, why would they try to stop them, if they continue to struggle so much with attendance in L.A.? You are correct, the NFL made a huge mistake placing two teams in L.A., when they can barely sell out for one team. Chargers can't sell out in a scaled-down MLS stadium. Even when California was mostly white (prior to the early 1990's), two L.A. teams was a bad idea. Let's not forget, unlike New York, L.A. NFL teams have had to contend with two big time college teams in the city -- USC and UCLA.
     
  6. white is right

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    You also have some cities broke from gold plated pension plans for municipal workers, also like you said Toronto has been viewed as a no go zone for Black players with options in the NBA because of the border because friends and family having entry issues due to criminal backgrounds.

    I have even heard some morons talk about Canadian Blacks being strange because of the food differences, yet most Anglo-Caribbean Blacks are more African than most American Blacks.
     
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  7. wile

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    As for a team in London I'll side with the vocal black players on that turkey of an idea. I remember reading what Edgerin James thought of flying over there and it sounded like they cheaped out and gave them the usual made for munchkin seating. I'd tell them to FOAD myself. Heck the Packers cannot travel to the West Coast and win air travel sucks the life out everybody this side of Chuck Yeager.
     
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    NFL teams normally go the extra mile and try to get a player to hit certain milestones in the last week of the season if he’s really close. I had no idea that Christian McCaffrey was only 216 yards away from breaking Chris Johnson’s scrimmage yards record. He had a series of subpar games (for his lofty standards) and I thought that record was out of reach. It’ll still be a tall order, but the 67 receiving yards is very achievable. It would be incredible if he got both the 1000/1000 and the 2510 total. Looks like the team will go for it:

    Speaking Thursday, interim Panthers OC Scott Turner said he will get Christian McCaffrey the ball "any way he can" against the Saints.
    McCaffrey is 67 receiving yards shy of becoming just the third player in NFL history to reach 1,000 as both a runner and receiver. He also has an outside shot at breaking Chris Johnson's yards from scrimmage record if he has a particularly absurd day (216 yards). McCaffrey barely played last Week 17. That is not going to be the case this time around.”

    https://www.rotoworld.com/football/nfl/player/1184/christian-mccaffrey
     
  9. wile

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    Hey Finn the most egregious examples of either side of that equation came around the sack record, Favre audibled to allow his buddy to get the sack record, then MN did squat to help Allen all the while gap tooth sat in the studio on pins and needles hoping to keep his "record."
     
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  12. Bucky

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    Marrone is a good example of an average coach. Never really could get his clubs above . 500 mark even whole he was at Syracuse. Kinda reminds me of Kingsbury who could barely win in Big 12 but is now AZs HC. Either way Jacksonville is a mess, be interesting to see who Khan hires next. My guess would be a black HC or maybe the Muslim Owner will hire the NFL's 1st Muslim Coach!! Now that's progress.
     
  13. white is right

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    Marrone also has jumped from situation to situation while he "was hot" so he looked better than he is, his loyalty seems to be towards himself. His leaving Buffalo proved that, I wouldn't hire him to be my head coach just off of that alone.

    PS, supposedly Khan's son is slowly taking control of the team he may have strong say in who is the next coach in Jacksonville.
     
  14. Leonardfan

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    Some potential bad news for the Rams - it sounds like inept caste whore Redskins GM will be fired and the Rams are a likely spot for him. Hate seeing these caste whore GMs/personnel people cycled throughout the league. As coaches start to get fired just pay attention to the GMs/personnel people getting hired - I think here alot of people like to put blame solely on a head coach when the GMs play a big/if not bigger role than coaches in assembling a football team.

    I have become appreciate of the younger Gruden - I believe he had a say in drafting Ioannidis, Apke, Quinn and Holcombe. Allen also ran Kirk Cousins out of town and along with Snyder drafted Haskins when Gruden was supposedly hire on Daniel Jones/Drew Lock.

    https://thefandc.radio.com/articles/redskins-cant-agree-which-quarterback-they-nfl-draft


    Talk about a coach being setup to fail.
     
  15. Bucky

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    No kidding! Why the hell would you hire anyone from Redskins Front Office?! LOL lunacy at it's finest. I tend to agree with you on Jay Gruden.

    Speaking of Redskins they brought in Rivers for an interview.
     
  16. Leonardfan

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    I saw that. I don't think Rivera is a bad coach - he is not an offensive innovator but was a good d-coordinator. The Panthers defense has been really bad since he was fired. The Redskins are an absolute dumpster fire - vacant seats everywhere for this once proud franchise. They are also supposedly interested in Marvin Lewis. One has to wonder if Snyder will try to get Urban Meyer and implement his college offense for Haskins which seems to be the trend with black QBs.
     
  17. Bucky

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    Agreed on Rivera. Paired with a competent OC he can have success. Ya Redskins are a joke of a franchise, even funnier they think Haskins is their Franchise QB.

    Marvin X? God thought we were finally rid of that clown.

    I've heard rumblings that Dallas is going to make a push for Meyer.
     
  18. Leonardfan

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    Dalls would make sense - simplify the offense - lots of easy throws for Prescott and rely on the running game - like his first 3 years in the league. Kellen Moore made the mistake of trusting Prescott as an elite QB and let him throw the ball way too much. Urban Meyer would limit Prescott and make him the game manager he is.

    I am actually interested to see where Kellen Moore ends up - at the beginning of the year he was being really talked up as a great offensive mind.
     
  19. Truthteller

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    Gentleman, not sure if Lonsman** Bruce Allen is Caste slut or not. I always saw him as a "yes man" for Dan Snyder, who makes every major decision behind the curtain. But just for the record, I believe former NFL quarterback Doug Williams has run the Redskins draft the last several years. At least that's the impression the media puts forth. A quick Net search will show dozens of articles that confirm this.

    I remember back in the mid 1990's Williams raised quite a stink when his Alma-Mater Grambling played Southern and both teams started Jewish quarterbacks, that DWF's would consider "white". Soon after, Grambling legend Eddie Robinson was ousted as head coach and Williams replaced him as head coach?

    Anyhow, considering Williams runs the draft, it would seem amazing the Redskins draft any whites at Caste positions? Actually, give Doug some credit, he's much fairer to whites at Caste positions than a lot white, Shabbos Goy GM's -- like the @sshole in Cleveland and several others.

    Leo, impression I got, was Williams respected Jay Gruden's input. However, quite a few of the whites Jay pushed for, Williams wound up drafting in latter rounds. For example, I believe Gruden was thinking about drafting Trey Quinn in round 4, but Williams said "wait" and they actually got him with the last pick in round 7. I assume similar things happened with other whites at Caste positions -- Williams selected them a round or 2 (or 3 in Quinn's case) after Gruden wanted them. And in most cases they proved to be very good to decent moves for Williams.


    **Bruce Allen is the son of legendary Redskins coach George Allen, who might've coach the L.A. Rams before that? Don't remember Allen as a NFL coach (and don't want to look it up), but I believe that is true. If so, Bruce going from Washington to L.A. would be fitting?....Anyway, George Allen (NFL coach) was the quintessential WASP married to a Jewish woman. I know this, because George Allen Jr. was a U.S. Senator (R) from Virginia (up until 2009) and often brought up his Jewish side. This was weird, as the Jewish media always hounded him due to the fact he allegedly kept a Confederate Flag in his Dorm room during his college years? Hey, at least he never wore black face, like Ralph Northam?
     
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    Funny you bring that up about the Confederate flag. Dr. Simon Baruch, Bernard Baruch's (Zionist bum) father was a veteran of Lee's army and a member of the KKK after the Civil War.
     
  21. Leonardfan

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    Very interested to see who gets fired. I hope Shurmur gets one more year because he has done alot of good with bringing Daniel Jones along. Some stability for a young QB would be nice - Darnold and Mayfield did not have that luxury and it hurt them both in their 2nd seasons in the league.
     
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    Make of it what you will, but there were many influential Jews involved in the Confederacy at different levels. Seems counterintuitive, but that's most likely intentional ( that impression, I mean ).
    Also, a good number of spies for the Confederacy were jewish. For example, look up Simon Wolf, president of B'nai B'rith who was arrested for espionage and was friend of John Wilkes Booth.
    Generally, their fingerprints were all over the War Between the States ( and Reconstruction, for that matter ).
    Charleston, S.C. was very jewish and freemasonic.
    And, speaking of Bernard Baruch, he was one of the twentieth century's most influential people.
     
  23. Leonardfan

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    Browns fired Fat Freddie.
     
  24. Bucky

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    Media set them up for failure. LOL so overrated to start the season just because they traded for Ramen Noodle Brained Beckham. I was in Cleveland area over Summer and Fall and it was amusing/perplexing to me how locals thought Brown's were suddenly best team in The League! Ha!

    Obviously Kitchens deserved to be canned. He had no discipline over the team, as evidenced by penalties and afflete meltdown's. Brown's are looking for a proven team leader to run their team. Ugh ok good luck with that. Not the biggest Baker fan, but I actually feel bad for the guy. This Franchise is in forever turmoil, not even close to turning the corner.

    PS Glad Joe Schobert is a FA. He needs to leave that loser town. Reminds me of a sign I saw in Northeast Ohio. "We may be Cleveland, but at least we're not Detroit!" Eh it's a toss up between those two Rust Belt cities lol.
     
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    Yea the undisciplined make up of the Browns was completely reflective of Kitchens. The way they built the team in the offseason and thinking Beckham was some sort of missing piece was laughable. Dorsey totally ignored issues on the o-line and put way too much faith in two diva WRs (before this season I did not mind Landry but his true colors showed...Tom Iron rule). The support of Garrett after his assault on Rudolph was beyond comprehension for me.

    As for Mayfield - I want him to improve and succeed. The over exposure in commercials and the carrying the chip on your shoulder shtick need to both be toned down. It's good to carry a chip on your shoulder but much better to internalize it and use it as motivation rather than use it to lash out. I think he had way too much of a comfort level with Kitchens which got Kitchens the job in the first place.
     

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