NFL playoffs wildcard week

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  1. referendum

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    Thought I'd get the thread started. Texans not looking too sharp so far. If the Bengals win, do they play the Patriots?
     
  2. Liverlips

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    Texans just tied it up. This is a huge caste game with 11 white starters (Houston) vs. 4 white starters (Cincy).

    Bengals also have an openly racist, affirmative action black head coach.

    A Houston win will be a huge blow against black supremacy.

    I just wish the Texans had Schaub or Leinart rather than a 3rd string rookie QB.
     
  3. tarvaris jackson mvp

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    Yes, no matter what happens in the other game.
    By the way Texans - Bengals and Lions - Saints can be streamed legally on NBC Sports website for free.
     
  4. northwinds

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    Ryan Whalen siting.....a short pass from Andy Dalton for the Bengals........
     
  5. Claimjumper

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    JJ Watt TD:biggrin:

    Incredible!
     
  6. Liverlips

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    All over America, DWFs just put down their 8th beer, stopped munching their chips and said:

    "Oh my God! Martha - a white man just made an interception and returned it for a touchdown. None of the Negroes could catch him. Unheard of! I think I need another beer."
     
  7. tarvaris jackson mvp

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    Incredible indeed, first big play of the game is made by a white player...shocking! :)
     
  8. Liverlips

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    Someone call the NAACP! Brian Leonard was just allowed to carry the ball - twice! And he just gained 20 yards.

    Please get Jesse, Al and Tim Wise involved or where will it end?
     
  9. The Hock

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    Watching the game off an on between little chores. Missed the Watt TD. Got to see Leonard catch and run that set up a TD. He turns upfield very nicely. No offense Brian, but go Houston.
     
  10. Claimjumper

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    what a joke! BSPN has their main headline as "cashing in on their mistake" with a picture of Arian Fosters TD run and no mention of Watt:thumbdown:
     
  11. Leonardfan

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    Incredible play by Watt. I'm a Yates fan, Its a shame Schaub got injured but Yates has played well as a 5th round rookie draft choice...maybe another Tom Brady/Drew Bledsoe like story for the NFL. Schaub is an established QB who could move on and be a very good QB for another team and Yates could continue to improve in Houston. I am hoping the Texans have a relatively friendly white draft. It would be nice to replenish their o-line with some young white players in the next few years.
     
  12. Don Wassall

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    Dim-witted Texans CB intercepts the ball on fourth down instead of knocking it down, thereby costing his team 30 or so yards in field position. Then we get a camera shot of his teammates congratulating him on the sidelines as if he made a big play. Fundamentals, we don't need no stinkin' fundamentals in the Caste NFL. . . .
     
  13. Don Wassall

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    I also enjoyed Mike Mayock attributing Andre Johnson's hands of stone in the game to his hamstring injuries. What's sad is that Mayock's a big improvement over the likes of Collinsworth and Simms.
     
  14. Westside

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    The stars are aligning, looks like suppa affeletic bungals will lose to the Texans, which is obviously great news. Arian Foster is having a huge game, first time I have seen him play at length. His skill set is similar to Gerhart's.
     
  15. Liverlips

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    Hmmm ... Leonard gets the ball in scrub time and gets nothing but first downs.

    Maybe the Bengals will put 2+2 together some day ...?
     
  16. Liverlips

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    Congrats to the whitest team in the NFL for beating one of the most racist teams.

    Next week, they will face another gang of racists in the Baltimore Ravens and their paltry 4 white starters.
     
  17. whiteathlete33

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    Did anyone catch the stupid announcer praising Cedric Benson? He said something to the tune of "Benson was considered a bust but now he's had three 1,000 yard seasons in a row". Yes, this season he cracked a 1,000 yards (barely) but only 3.9 ypc. There are dozens of white backs that could do better. Last season he had 1,111 rushing yards but averaged only 3.5 ypc. Truly pathetic!

    Also, it looked like the Bengals were starting four white offensive linemen. Is that how it was from the start of the season or did injuries move some whites up?
     
  18. Liverlips

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    Foster is actually hanging out with white guys on the sidelines. First time I have ever seen a black RB hanging out with whites rather than dancing and jive-talking with his fellow brohams.
     
  19. Don Wassall

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    Nice win by the Texans. Their defense was excellent. I'm glad they're playing Baltimore next as they match up better with the Ravens than the Patriots.
     
  20. white lightning

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    I saw the play by Watts. They said he used to work in a Pizza Place and then he went back to football. I think that was a wise decision. He is as athletic as any player in the NFL. His speed, strength and vertical are incredible for any man let alone a big 288lb stud. I'm going to be a hardcore Texans fan next weekend. I can't stand the Ravens! I wonder how the Cowboys Fans feel about the Texans stealing their spotlite?
     
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    Good win!
    The only people i regret is Leonard, and the injured steelhead Braman.
     
  22. Don Wassall

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    Leonard has better moves than Peyton Hillis and is probably faster. Like Hillis he's an excellent receiver. He would be an improvement over a lot of the starting RBs in the league, maybe most of them.
     
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    Yeah, Leonard, everytime the game is on the line for the past couple of seasons, its Leonard who is playing during crunch time. They know he will deliver minus alligator arms or have a severe case of self tackling-itus.
     
  24. northwinds

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    Brian Leonard was the leading rusher for the Bengals and had 70 yards from scrimmage:

    3 rushes; 34 yards; 11.3 ypc; 19 long

    6 catches on 7 targets; 36 yards

    What a shame his career is being wasted.....

    Ryan Whalen with two catches for 24 yards.....

    That said, I'm glad to see the Texans win this one. Almost everyone is acknowledging that they have a great defense with all those white starters. Did y'all hear the announcer, trying to deflect praise to an affrolete when Brooks Reed sacked Dalton in the first half.......Reed doing his best Clay Matthews celebration imitation and the announcer going on and on about how the affrolete should really get credit for the sack.....too funny....and too predictable.....
     
  25. Don Wassall

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    I will say all in all that Mike Mayock isn't too bad. He was quick to criticize a fair amount of black players in the game when they made mistakes, especially that disgraceful super-pussy non-attempt to tackle Foster on his long TD run by a couple of Bengals that clinched the game for Houston. He gave all of the White starters on Houston's defense props at least once. And he knows a helluva lot about the game. He leans Caste but isn't nearly as bad as most; Exhibit A being Crissie Collinsworth, who is about to be unleashed for three hours of nauseating "expert" analysis on the Lions-Saints game.
     

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