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  1. Warhawk_46

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    I may be in the minority here, but I respect Whitlock. He isn’t afraid to address racial discrimination against whites.

    Honestly, some of the black coaches and sports writers (Brian Shaw and Jason Whitlock, for example) are more fair to white athletes than white coaches. Liberalism is a disease and I know many, many whites hate themselves and their race because the Left has told then to feel guilty for being white.
     
  2. Don Wassall

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    Whitlock is very much respected here.
     
  3. wile

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    FTR I don't quote Whitlock because it won't do him any good to have the rep as appealing to someone like me and secondly I don't waste much time scolding black men over whatever they do or don't do. I did use him to buttress my case in this instance that Reid and that GM are utter idiots.

    Reid did pick Vick off the scrap heap, and I thought that just a disaster but within a few minutes of him replacing an injured Kevin Kolb in that game against the Pack I knew Vick was the real deal at least for that year. The dirty birds still lost the divisional matchup against the Pack that year, but then again everyone lost in that hot streak the Pack had to close out the 10 season. Especially the Bears in the NFC championship game at Soldier Field, ha ha.
     
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  4. wile

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    Issue of vital importance to follow, the video is so PC as to be hilarious as she hits all the high points of whatever passes for public etiquette these days. Now she is an attractive lass and all that, but I still would bet that Goff lacks a bit of frame and will look more like the guy who follows carrying her shopping bags. For those guys here who wear out the like button on Instagram we will have to agree to disagree.
    https://www.outkick.com/jared-goffs...es-her-sports-illustrated-swimsuit-candidacy/
     
  5. Westside

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    Whitlock comes on Tucker Carlson's FoxNews show a lot. I always wonder why there are few blacks that know the score, and yet not afraid to say it. Interesting. My guess is that they are believers in God.
     
  6. Don Wassall

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    I see a lot of aware black guests on shows like Tucker's, Hannity's and Laura Ingraham's. Just now on Hannity he interviewed the black woman who sat behind Trump last night during NBC's disgraceful "town hall" nodding in response to many things Trump said, including giving a thumbs up at one point. She is an immigrant, probably from Cuba. A lot of blacks are socially conservative and religious. The enemy of the people, aka the fake news media, censors and pretends such blacks don't exist. Don't be surprised if upwards of 25% of blacks reject the Democrat plantation and vote for Trump.
     
  7. Bucky

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    That would be a record breaking percentage.. Not saying I disagree though. I think currently percentage is only like 10 percent could be wrong.

    I was watching a Red Elephants podcast about a week ago where he was discussing minority voting in Amerika. Heavily skewed towards D's obviously. I found it interesting though that Hispanics are more likely to vote Conservative than Asians.
     
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    On that same note, I am astounded to see how many Asians vote Democrat. That satanic party is contrary to their hard work, intelligence, and family structure. But I guess it's like Pelosi, and Biden who alleged they are practicing Catholics, but are cool with abortion up till 9 months! Truly Satan has infiltrated the Democrat party.
     
  10. Bucky

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    They all unite under weirdo Left to fight Whitey and what's left of normal!
     
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    Yes, the "rising tide of color" ;). It's naive to think asians are "allies" or friends like many on the right do, some may be sympathetic but as a group they work against whites and are ethnocentric/nepotistic at our expense.

    For example they supported affirmative action but are shielded from the worst excesses of AA by the factors mentioned above and I'm pretty sure contrary to popular belief they are admitted into Ivy Leagues at a much higher rate relative to performance compared to whites, or at least that's what Ron Unz found in the article "The Myth of American Meritocracy". Not much of a fan of Unz otherwise...
     
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  12. Leonardfan

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  16. Leonardfan

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    Fitzpatrick benched for Tagiolova.
     
  17. Shadowlight

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    You never know sometimes with these reports but it appears LB Kiko Alonzo of the Saints is set to return.

    Also official Pats WR Mason Kinsey is on their PC. Whatever the hell that means? His name has been bounced around ever since the Titans waived him before the season.

    Cowboys have reinstated DE Randy Gregory for the umpteenth time. Can't imagine his fried brain is functioning. Guy is addicted to weed. Would a team put up with a white player with his history. The answer is a swift no way in hell.

    Giants WR Alex Bachman is C-blocked yet again as they bring back Shepard off the injury list. It looked like for a moment they would have to call him up. When was the last time the Giants played a white wide receiver? Perhaps back up special teamer Phil McConkey for a few years in the 1980's?

    Apparently the Washington "why can't they come up with a name?" Football Team as they are being called now have activated edge Casey Toohill. This is a team enamored with young black DL so my expectations are small here but I wonder why the Eagles let him go in the first place? There must be some not so invisible cap on how many white defenders NFL teams can carry?

    And in the "news that is too good to be true" category the Bucs activated rookie WR John Hurst this week. Imagine that a team carrying three white receivers who are 25 or under in age? Well that lasted about 3 minutes and 12 seconds as Hurst was just waived.

    Meanwhile as I pursue the important things in life (Ha) I have started a chart that I will run for the rest of the season that keeps track of the stats for the top white wide receivers and tight ends. I will update it each week. I'm not going to list it here per say but I want to get a close up look on what is going on from week to week. At the moment Travis Kelce leads the way with a 37-450-5 stat line through six games. I have about 21-22 names I am tracking and about 10 or 11 are wide receivers. For those wondering Andy Isabella has a 10-147-2 stat line. Last week was an outright disaster. A couple of more weeks like that would discourage me from continuing my little project.

    I don't have to chart the Thursday night game between the Giants and Eagles ( both Ertz and Goedert are out) since there are no white receivers of any note in the game. But there is enough going on elsewhere that will oblige me to watch it.

    As for the Washington name why not go with an inoffensive bird? Like Washington Woodpeckers? Actually Washington Peckers is even better. That way they incorporate the anti- white Pecker head beat writers and fans into their name. Sounds like a plan to me.
     
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    My guess would be a social justice kind of name. Maybe even the "Social Justice Warriors."

    Or "The Red Tails," which was an all black fighter pilot aviation unit in WWII. The movie portrayed them as one of the best units in the war. Someone looked up the actual statistics (planes lost, etc.) They were one of the worst.
     
  19. Warhawk_46

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    Aaron Lynch comes out of retirement and signs with Jags. He looks white but I don’t know much about him.
     
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    Should we be surprised that the black GM and the black head coach bench the White QB, who is statistically a top 10 QB this year, for the unproven non-White? Who cares that they are coming off 2 big wins and are thick in the middle of the playoff hunt? It’s more important to force in Tua. I hope they lose badly in week 8.
     
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    To be fair, you could make the same argument about Idler Arm Taylor and Justin Herbert. The unproven Justin Herbert is starting over the proven Idler Arm. I'm actually more worried about the Dolphins O-line. Jesse Davis (the starting RT) has been starting at LT in place of Austin Jackson who's injured. The RT spot is currently being manned by another "upsider" in rookie Robert Hunt. My fear is when Jackson comes back, it will be Davis who will be shown the bench instead of Hunt who will be inserted into the starting RT spot simply because of his draft position and affleticism. I'm a big Offensive Line guy, and this sumo trend bothers me almost as much as the quotaback trend does. It was the sumos that led to Ryan Tannehill being run out of town and now he's killing it in Tennessee.
     
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  22. Shadowlight

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    The Dolphins are a mixed bag from my perspective. If they had a starting white WR it would sweeten the pot but I don't see that happening anytime soon. RB Patrick Laird has been relegated to special teams only and S Clayton Fejedelem, who is only 27, apparently has been banged up a lot and hasn't seen the field much at all. He too is a special teams player but the hope was he finally nabs a starting spot.

    They do have two exciting young prospects but there are a couple of issues with them too. TE Mike Gesicki was on the verge of a breakout year but didn't register at all in the last game. And it still seems he isn't being utilized enough? Hopefully just a blip and we will have to see how he meshes with Tua. Freethinker does make a good point though. Most teams don't switch QBs when they have had success with the starter as is the case with Fitzpatrick. I don't have an issue with Tua becoming the eventual starter ( that is why they drafted him) but I'm not positive this was the right time to make the move? We will find out in the coming weeks if it was the right move at this juncture?

    It is has been very difficult and frustrating for talented athletic young white linebackers to break through this season but it finally seemed Andrew Van Ginkel was on the verge of making a bit of a breakthrough but then he comes down with a concussion in the Jets game. They have a week off so the hope is he recovers in time for week 8.

    Like I said a mixed bag but not a totally barren situation. But a lot hinges on the fate of a few young players.
     
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    In all honesty, Tua should be rising pine all year, soaking up everything he can from Fitz. I don’t dislike Tua - seems a very good head in his shoulders.

    However, Fitz was balling and has the Dolphins in a good direction - I see team regression coming and am not convinced Tua’s knee can handle the punishment he is going to receive.

    I thought Flores was a decent coach given the time he gave Laird last year; this year a Laird sighting is rare and he needs opportunity.
     
  25. Leonardfan

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    I don’t think Idler Arm is the QB Fitzpatrick is. The deficiencies in Idler Arms abilities and style of play compared to Fitzpatrick is stark. Fitzpatrick is streaky as hell, has a gunslinger’s mentality, has led some productive offenses as a starter and has the ability to throw to all levels of the field. Idler Arm is about as conservative a qb as you can get - a true game manager devoid of arm talent to consistently move a team downfield through air.

    Herbert offers a different and better skill set than Taylor ever has - it’s evident seeing Herbert on the field that he is the superior qb. Fitzpatrick and Tagilova have similar skill sets. I can see the reason why they decided to try out Tagiolova at this point just because they are on a bye but at 3-3 in the AFC east race it also seems like it would make just as much sense to ride the hot hand in Fitzpatrick. I don’t care for Tagiolova - we just have to look as far as Mac Jones to see the evident media bias that Tagiolova benefitted from in college and has carried over to the NFL.
     

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