Super Bowl LI

Discussion in 'NFL' started by Don Wassall, Feb 3, 2017.

  1. wile

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    Since the left is injecting politics into an already cucked part of society I call on Tom Brady to offer to give his spot up in the HoF out of "Intersectionality" concerns. (look up Intersectionality it's how they grade us)
     
  2. Thrashen

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    Seriously, ESPN should change the P to C....Entertainment Sports Cuck Network.
    Listening on the radio Edelman, Hogan and Amendola were referred as "Itty Bitty Receivers" and they are great at what they do. In other words, they are system guys that are successful because of their role in the system. They claim Brady needs a receiver like Julio Jones so he doesn't have to feel like he is throwing the ball through a tire because he has small receivers to work with. It's funny because if Steve Smith was his go2guy they wouldn't even be bringing his height up.
     
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    I've made better "music" on the commode & seen more quality 'entertainment' in a port-a-jon. "Lady Kahka" is the everloving $h1ts.
     
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    It would be awesome if all the blacks boycotted. What great optics it would be to have President Trump congratulating 30 plus White players and coaches. Would definitely open more eyes to racial issues in this country.
     
  6. sprintstar

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    what it really boils down to is that NE's receivers were to fast, too precise, too highly skilled and mentally too tough for the Falcons defense to handle..plain and simple. Three separate holding calls on the Falcons secondary (I think 1 of them got two of them or maybe all three) in a matter of 5 minutes ought to show this on a rather glaringly bright scale......Matt Ryan is an excellent QB and was the only reason why the Falcons were in and ahead the game and NE's defense played like shyte in the first half.
     
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    And to think that Edelman, Hogan, and Amendola have all spent time "on the bubble" earlier in their careers.

    New England is a de facto sanctuary team for white wide receiver refugees from the caste system.
     
  8. Shadowlight

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    BIG NEWS!!!! I will be offline for a bit because I am getting snowed in here in the Northeast but Julian Edelman and his magnificent catch made the cover of Sports Illustrated. Good job SI. I believe it is the first white NFL wide receiver to make the cover since Jordy. Also a side note on the winning touchdown Julian made a key crushing block. The guy is a stud there is no other way to describe him:aaaaa:
     
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    I used to have this print, not sure what happened to it. These are the MVPs from the first 19 Super Bowls. 13/17 are White, including 7 QBs, 2 RBs, 2 DTs, 1 DB (Jake Scott), and 1 WR.
     
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  11. Stlouis

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    What I liked best about Edelman's incredible catch was that he didn't give up the ball until he got to his feet. One of the Falcons kept trying to wrestle the ball out of Edelman's arms but he did not give it up no matter what, that football and that catch were his.
     
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    If players were assessed as they are in soccer, hockey, lacrosse, baseball, among other sports, which is, not on some imagined potential, but on past performances, which is the only true assessment, than the league would likely be proportional to the demographics of the country, as it is of these long gone teams and times, and not it's inversion, as it is presently.
     
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    The NFL network has been replaying the big game in different ways and I have been gobbling it all up. They even have a "sound version" of the game where you can hear the players yelling and talking etc. For instance you can here Edelman say "I caught it I caught it" as he landed on the now famous catch. But not to make too big a deal about it ( kind of symbolic) but right before the Pats were getting ready to take the ball in overtime Hogan, Edelman and Amendola leapt up together and touched their helmets together. Each have their own enter through the back door story so they share that bond and as it turns out each made a critical catch on the game winning drive. Talk about performing under pressure, plus in overtime one turnover could spell the end. Good for them for defying the odds and barriers. The beginning of the season had me in the dumps but all of this was a nice fairy tale ending.
     

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