NFL Week 4

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  1. PHillisFan

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    I had a hunch about Matt Ryan, but then I thought the Panthers have yet to allow any qb go off on them. I wish I had taken that leap of faith.
     
  2. PHillisFan

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    Chip Kelly had a much better defense in Philly. He failed to make any improvements on the defense. Coal black and incompetent.
     
  3. BeyondFedUp

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    The story today was Matt Ryan playing lights out!
     
  4. white lightning

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    I agree about Lynch but Simien could be another Brady too. Who knows? It's a good problem to have. Denvers
    future looks very bright.
     
  5. MrPoon

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    Imagine what Kuhn could have done if the Packers used him properly all these years.
     
  6. Leonardfan

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    Dungy just described Carr as quietly becoming a quality quarterback. Truth is Carr has been a top 10 QB since probably the midpoint of last year.
     
  7. Extra Point

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    Collinsworth talking about Tomlin as if he's some sort of genius for calling a timeout before the other team attempts a field goal. As if no one ever did it before.

    That guy's a pathetic negro worshiper.
     
  8. Extra Point

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    That's exactly what I thought. They just won't give white players straight credit without some sort of qualifier.
     
  9. Quiet Speed

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    Nate Stupar and Michael Mauti got the start today at OLBs for the Saints. James Laurinaitis was injured (quad) and did not start. Robertson switched to his position from OLB. Mauti did not play a whole lot because the Saints were in nickle much of the time. Stupar really played well, more so in the second half when he seemed to feel more comfortable. He recovered the fumble for the Saints that led to the go ahead TD.
     
  10. Leonardfan

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    Collinsworthless just said that a no name black TE is the playmaker they have lacked when working the middle of the field or something to that effect. I guess he forgot Heath Miller all of the sudden o_O
     
  11. celticdb15

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    Chiefs are pathetic LOL.
     
  12. La France Blanche

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    The "Rooney Rulers" are dominating. They'll let it get to their heads and forget how bad they were last week.
     
  13. Upside

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    It was nice to see Stupar and Mauti in on defense. I really like Mauti; no doubt he can start at this level. Stupar played well last season with the Falcons, but Dan Quinn put a ban on white linebackers.

    Robertson looked lost on a number of occasions, getting beat badly in coverage, once for a TD by Hunter Henry. He also overran a couple of run plays too, and was actually called out by the commentators, to my surprise...

    How about the Charger affleets handing that game away?
     
  14. Extra Point

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    The Chiefs have lost their top two running backs.

    In 2013 when Andy Reid took over the team he unceremoniously cut a promising running back named Nate Eachus who had played well the previous year, both in preseason and, when he got a chance, the regular season.

    Eachus was cut because he was white. No other reason.

    The Chiefs could use him now.
     
  15. Upside

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    Whatever happened to Devon Wylie?
     
  16. Leonardfan

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    I was just trying to remember who the white RB was that the Chiefs had a few years back! He was royally screwed. It's amazing not even one other team signed him. I assume it will be the same for Wegher.
     
  17. Extra Point

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    Now the negro worshiping announcer is suggesting Tomlin should run for political office!

    Without Big Ben and his assistant coaches Tomlin would be nothing.
     
  18. Extra Point

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    I think he had injury issues.
     
  19. white is right

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    Eachus' story is familiar. He had a spectacular preseason and barely made the team as a 5th tailback who was converted to fullback at 215 pounds. He played fullback for the rest of the year and when Reid took over he was cut without having a chance to make the team at tailback. Wegher has a similar preseason and was buried as the 4th tailback and I think only suited up for one game and only played special teams. Now this season without any significant injuries he can't even make one of 32 practice squads?
     
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  21. Thrashen

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    It wasn’t a great week. My thoughts…

    The ultra-black Raiders, who now start 21 Negroes and a white QB, won and moved to 3-1. This is the blackest starting lineup since Nick Saban’s Dolphins or Jim Haslett’s Saints. And guess what? they're only getting blacker, as reserve TE, Lee Smith, looks to have seriously injured in leg. I wish the very worst for this Casteon Scum going forward.

    Dwayne Washington, the rookie nobody who’s been playing over the record-setting Zach Zenner, injured his ankle against the Bears and was seen “walking with a heavy limp in the locker room” after the game. With only Riddick and Zenner left standing, the Lions have no choice but to give Zach touches…right? He notched 4 touches for 34 yards yesterday, including a 22-yard catch…

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    The Patriots looked simply abysmal with Jacoby “BBQ Briskett” at QB. What did they have to lose by having the rookie Quotablack toss the ball downfield a few times? I think their strategy was to “survive” this week without injuries. It’s pretty surprising that Garoppolo didn’t play, as he practiced all week and was allegedly throwing long passes. Gronkowski played about 75% of the snaps, but was merely a blocker. The most dominant NFL player doesn’t look right. With Brady finally returning, look for his four white skill players (Hogan, Edelman, Amendola, and Gronk) to light up the scoreboard next week against Cleveland.

    The 49ers lost again and Gabbert had threw a bad INT, possibly permitting the afro-sporting, hook-nosed, “BLM Superstar” to assume the starting role. 49ers startling MLB, NaVarro Bowman, is likely done for the season with an achillies injury. White LB, Nick Bellore, should become the starter...

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    One other positive from that game is that Cowboys WR, Cole Beasley, continues to shine. He’s on pace for about 1,100 yards. He’s averaging about 75 yards per game, but one or two 100-yard games would really help his cause.

    Plantation Pete’s vile Seahawks club dominated the Jets, with the only positive being the undrafted white WR, Tanner McEvoy, catching a 42-yard TD…

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    Carolina dropped to 1-3 and Cam has a concussion. Derek Anderson looked good playing in a tough situation...

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    Houston righted the ship against a very black Tennessee team. TE’s Ryan Griffin and CJ Fiedorowicz continue to be heavily utilized, combining for 102 yards. Marcus Mariota has been awful this season, but his job is never in question.

    Anus Winston continues to be a turnover machine and his team lost again. Like Mariota, there are few calling for him to be benched. TE Cameron Brate was their leading receiver with 67 yards.

    “Cuckson” Palmer’s black nationalist Cardinals are 1-3 and Palmer left the game with a concussion. I don’t wish for injuries for any white player, but in this case, it’s somewhat difficult to care.

    Saints’ RB, John Kuhn, scored 3 TD’s. The former UDFA out of tiny Shippensburg now has 4 scores in as many games. The word “kühn” means “bold” in German…

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    For BYU superstar safety, Daniel Sorenson, led the Chiefs in tackles. Nice to see him playing.

    I’m hoping for a big win the Vikings tonight over one of the darkest and most loathsome clubs in the NFL (the Giants). I’d love to see WR Adam Thielen and TE Kyle Rudolph dominate.
     
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  22. wile

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    The youtube Saints Chargers highlights show JK's three TDs. He looks good, a few years ago on the Milwaukee Journal board I had a discussion with some DWFs saying that JK could have been a 1000 yard back, of course not AP but a grinder, JK has the "It" factor for a back, he knows how and when to lay a hit then slide by the defender.
     
  23. Shadowlight

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    4 weeks into the season and I have to say overall the season has been awful. I remember a few seasons back the season started off along similar lines and picked up a bit but the one glaring fact is the white out at WR is making a big bad comeback. Sure there are a couple of bright spots but not enough to erase the bad taste in my mouth. I sat there watching the refs steal a huge 90 yard pass play to Edelman( seems to me refs do this quite often to white skill position players in college and pros) and the Pats and that putrid back up rookie QB of theirs never got back on track. Edelman finished with just one paltry catch and I don't think Hogan caught a ball. Of course it is hard to catch balls not thrown to you. My grade for the first quarter of the NFL football season is a whopping F +. Things better start improving . I will not watch games like the Steelers playing the Raiders as an example. I have no reason to watch teams like that play and then have to put up with the gushing announcers to boot.
     
  24. The Hock

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    If nothing else I'll watch the highlights but this week I saw so much egotistical prancing and preening I had to ask myself do I need to watch this and the answer was no. Like I say throw me a bone here and there and I'll stick around but the cupboard was so bare this week.

    One bright spot was McEvoy's TD and he's a UFDA to boot. On Pete's Plantation of all places. Tanner must be bringing something to the table.
     
  25. Westside

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    The Hock, as Doctor Evil would say, "throw me frecking bone here!" LOL
     

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