Super Bowl XLVIII

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  1. white is right

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    Yes there were a few Black celebrities with gambling addictions who lost big. Warren Sapp may have to pawn off another bauble as he supposedly bet another Black celebrity 100k and he backed the Broncos. Now if Charles Barkley bet Denver then you know to go the other way as he is as close to a Mush as any known Black celebrity bettor...:becky:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ulWjFfLsL0 Ps I left my home to go to the gym at halftime as I knew Denver could only cosmetically make the game close. Obviously after the 2nd half return they couldn't even do that. One thing I noticed is that if Welker was targeted like he was in New England maybe this game could have been close early and the Broncos could have gotten their legs underneath them.
     
  2. Westside

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    Don if you could please chime in here I would look forward to your assessment of the last 45 years of this collaboration of Whites with the tribe and setting the agenda to where we are now in.
     
  3. GiovaniMarcon

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    Well, with the way the NFL is pushing the agenda, it was bound to happen sooner or later (another Black QB "winning" the Superbowl), it just so happens that it happened sooner.

    Moving forward though, there were a lot of nice events that weren't so bad this year. Maybe next year, someone will give Tebow a shot at QB, or at least some position as an athlete.

    Also on the bright side, maybe the massive choke job by all of Denver will teach them a lesson.

    They rode Manning as far as he could take them.

    Wilson is fortunate that he can have a meh game and still have a shot at winning. Manning has to be ON, all the time, because his team isn't going to do jack squat for him.

    Also, I really don't think Wilson is an actual, elite talent, even if he "won" the Superbowl. He has a decent (lots of drug cheats) supporting cast but without the support to prop up his mediocrity, he's just a flash in the pan. He's lucky because he's a boring, middle of the road sort, not the flashy type like RGIII. RGIII may or may not have had a good supporting cast, but his own idiotic style of play ruined his career. Wilson's blasé style might prolong his career, but unless he continues to be supported by players who can mask or compensate for his generally anemic play, he's not in the same league as the better White QBs.

    All this is of course lost of DWFs, because they are incapable of even two-dimensional thought, let alone more complex, spacial analysis.

    With them, it's just one-note, face-value, fried chicken with mashed potatoes and beer.
     
  4. Lew

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    It's really not that easy to just "reject it". You're forgetting that at least 98% of White people if not more are brainwashed. And I mean seriously brainwashed just like what you see in those old movies. It's not like they're all too stupid or cowardly to do anything. They just have no idea at all what's going on. I'm sorry if you find the explanation too simple but it is "their" fault. They control the media, education system, and the government. Those are the tools you need to brainwash people. If they were never allowed to immigrate to this country do you think we'd be in the position we're in today ? If you're looking for someone else to blame you can blame the people like us who are awake. It's just pointless to blame people who are under the spell of the media and CM's
     
  5. Westside

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    This is utter horse ****! I and many CFers see the the truth. As well as other of my friends not on here. NO!!! I will not blame us(here). WTF are you talking about. We (White ppl as a individuals ) are not
    to blame?? Individuals who see what is happening? and alerting our families and friends. If every White individual or family would do the rudimentary effort and educate our people then we could be ready against this onslaught . But no, we have posters who want to to blame the culprits. Unreal. on this forum! Do not blame me, every time I interact with our peeps I put out the vibe of us being played.

    But that is the point! Why are we being played? Because we are lazy or don't give a rats ass. Point blank, I am not forgetting anything.

    Sorry Lew, I do not mean to get personnel. Frustrating. Please forgive my mean spirited phrases.
     
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  6. PamelaOC

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    Well, if that wasn't the worst Super Bowl ever. (It was). And I thought last year's Coal Bowl was bad. At least the white QB won that time. I'm glad I had to work during the game, although listening to the updates on the radio was painful. If Satan were ever to design a Super Bowl, it would probably go exactly like this one, minus Welker's good game.

    The only good thing about this...so many things were horrible that it is for statistical purposes impossible for next year's to be any worse.
     
  7. Awake in America

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    Just a quick note on one play. Did anyone notice Knowshon Moreno trying to run down Malcom Smith on the pick six? Moreno was easily outrun by the linebacker, and one of the Bronco linemen was keeping pace with him. A white player with Moreno's lack of speed gets moved to fullback in the 8th grade.
     
  8. jaxvid

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    There is always a danger in a Championship game of any type that it will turn into a blow-out. More so then a regular season game. There is so much hype and pressure that when it starts going wrong it keeps on going wrong. The team with the early bad breaks will get nervous and start making more mistakes. Especially in football which is played with a lot of emotion. You used to see this a lot in the early Super Bowls which were almost always boring one-sided affairs until some good games more recently.

    Denver was on the bad side of one of those games a while ago. John Elway is still respected despite that because time has eased the pain of the loss and it is easier to put it in perspective.

    You could see it go bad for them after the first bad play. Which was actually trying to run out a deep kickoff. And then the safety. Denver needed to avoid letting the Seahawks defense get hyped on early and they completely blew that up. After that is was one mistake after another which snowballed.

    And the Denver defense which is not very good was pretty bad in this game. They could never get the Seahawks off of the field which only make things worse and put more pressure on the mistake prone offense.
     
  9. dwid

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    well, the main positive about this is that many of these defensive players are going to want a big pay day and some of them will wind up leaving to another team. If Wilson can still keep his head above water without them when his contract is up next year, he will demand top money, and they will lose more top players. They have a one year window to repeat.

    Yes Moreno should not be starting, he looked good finally for the first time this season, but that was when the passing game was going great. Teams cant go against Seattle and win just passing the ball, you need to establish a running game. Moreno failed, Ball failed, so Manning kept throwing.
     
  10. Thrashen

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    Nor will I. As Roger Goodell watched from stands, he must have been thinking that this highly-uninteresting game was a gargantuan bust for “NFL, Inc”...

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    CAPTION: "Oh, God, The Most Boring Team Ever is About to Win My Superbowl!"

    This was indeed the most impotent Superbowl, for both the winning team and losing team, that I’ve ever witnessed. No offense for either team, a myriad of inexplicable mistakes, cheap touchdowns, horrendous tackling and fundamentals, eyebrow-raising turnovers, wretched “effort” by various players, and the exhibition of very low football IQ. I find some solace in the fact that last night, the NFL brand was damaged.

    I also noticed this humorous play. The more compelling question is why didn’t Moreno attempt to knock down Manning’s pass, which seemed to float for hours, to avoid the interception?

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    CAPTION: SlowShonn Replaces Jacob Hester

    It was humorous to watch the portly LB, Malcolm Smith, show off his 6” vertical leap and attempt a “dunk” over the goalpost…

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    CAPTION: The Myth of Black Athletic Supremacy Gets REJECTED!

    As for “other” festivities (pre-game, commercials, announcing, halftime, corporate decadence, Cultural Marxism, etc), they weren’t so objectionable when contrasted against previous years. There was the vehemently-repugnant interracial Cheerio’s commercial, the Coca Cola commercial that Foobar75 mentioned, the ultra-annoying reverence of those who serve in the Western Israeli (by way of the U.S.) Armed Forces, and not too much else.

    As for Manning, it’s difficult to “feel sorry” for a player who’s already won a Superbowl and sports a net worth in excess of $170 million dollars. Aside from Decker’s 2[SUP]nd[/SUP] 1,000-yard campaign, there was little excitement surrounding the Bolshevik Broncos this season. Think of what occurred in the span of one year…

    1) Jim Leonard, Justin Bannan, Keith Brooking, Jacob Hester, Chris Gronkwoski, Mike Mohamed, Blake Gideon, and Brandon Stokley were racially purged in the off-season.

    2) Jacob Tamme and Joel Dreessen were benched in favor of “Orange Julius.”

    3) Dan Koppen and Chris Kuper were injured/replaced by obese Mexicans on the interior line.

    4) Starting MLB, Stewart Bradley, was injured.

    5) Derek Wolfe suffered a spinal injury, recovered, and was invisible after returning.

    6) Mitch Unrein barely played at DT.

    7) Wes Welker went from a league-leading superstar WR to a concussed afterthought.

    It’s very difficult to feel sorry for a team that seems so committed to ridding themselves of white players. Sure, some were a result of injuries, but their descent in Casteon Hell was a swift as the 2010 Packers following their Superbowl Championship.
     
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  11. northwinds

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    After doing a little research it appears that Welker is third on the list for career Super Bowl receptions with 26. Only Jerry Rice (33) and Andre Reed (27) have more..........and they both did it with four SB appearances. It should be noted that both Rice and Reed are in the HOF....
     
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    Considering Decker's lack of targets in the playoffs, I am certain he will leave in free agency this offseason to be someone's number 1 receiver. That will be one less reason to watch the Broncos.
    I was surprised, and maybe the Broncos weren't prepared for the crowd noise sounding like a Seattle home game.
     
  13. FootballDad

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    I, for one, am very happy that I mostly missed this game. Sure, it was on, but I found other, more important things to do around the house and with my family.

    From the brief moments that I actually did watch, I was really surprised that it looked as if the Broncos didn't bother to prepare for the game. Did they think that because it was the "big game" that the officials were going to call the defensive holding and pass interference penalties against the Seahawks? The Broncos receivers were mugged every play with no yellow in sight. Of course, I, a regular old game observer, knew that was what would happen, but John Fox and Peyton Manning didn't?

    Russell Wilson had a good workingman's performance. Did what he needed to do. But didn't the Broncos bother to watch film about his rollout tendencies? What about pressure? I guess the Seattle linemen are are destined for the HOF. The Arizona Cardinals put on a clinic on how to stop the Seattle offense, but not a single playoff team, nor the Broncos, bothered to do ANY of the things that the Cardinals did.

    Of course, this game was a big win for the caste system, but then again, both teams were nearly completely black. Not to mention, the best team did win. It's made easier for them when for whatever reason, the overwhelming majority of the fans are for them (how is this possible?), and they also have the officials on their side. bigunreal might be on to something :icon_eek:
     
  14. Tannehill17

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    Well if there is any positive to come from yesterdays game, its that if a quotaback had to win a super bowl, I'm glad it was Wilson and not sCam, Krapernick, RG3, Vick or any of these other overhyped turds. Notice, the one quotaback who finally wins it was the one that was hyped up the least. This goes to prove what we have been saying all along. TMZSPN wrote the legend of RG3 before he even played one down for the Redskins. If the media would just let things happen on their own, the cream would eventually rise to the top and we wouldn't have the caste system discriminating against so many white athletes.
     
  15. jaxvid

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    I noticed that too. It wasn't as bad as in most years. Though still pretty bad. I watched this year's game at a party with some ultra liberals in attendance. Much worse then DWF's who still can be a little politically incorrect. It was a nightmare listening to a guy say that he's only going to eat Cherios for breakfast from now on to support them against all the racists. And everybody laughed loudly when a white guy would get smashed, and shed a tear for the israeli defense force, and was cheered when "amerika the beautiful" was sung in different languages by the future members of the Great Muticultural Empire.

    worst....game...ever....
     
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacob_K._Javits#U.S._Senator

    "He was also one of the main forces behind the 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act that removed immigration quotas that favored Western European nations."

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emanuel_Celler#Service_in_the_House_of_Representatives

    "in 1965, he proposed and steered to passage the Hart-Celler Act, which eliminated national origins as a consideration for immigration. This was the culminating moment in Celler's 41-year fight to overcome restriction on immigration to the United States based on national origin."

    Let's just say these two weren't Irishmen.
     
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    Holy God…I trust that these overgrown paramecium were merely “friends of friendsâ€￾ that were invited to the party and you didn’t know them. If you do know them personally, how in the world do you avoid partaking in dark, homicidal fantasies?

    I attended a really fun party with lots of kids, games, great food, and loads of incessant badmouthing (lead by Yours Truly, haha) of everything concerning the yawn-inducing nature of the game, the fat players, the unskilled players, the slow players, the artless and unfunny commercials, the glorification of the Jewish Military Complex, the hideous homosexual (Bruno Marsxist) who performed at Halftime, and the corporate licentiousness of it all.
     
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    Between watching the game, the analysis on TV, and the posts here at CF I think I have a pretty good coroner's report on the game. I began to detect signs of rigor mortis in the Denver defense around the middle of the third quarter, possibly even at the beginning of the 2nd half with that kick-off return.

    I don't want to seem too eager to blame it on black psychological tendencies, but there weren't really an whites involved. Some of those "tackling" attempts were comical and have become somewhat of a norm in the NFL. What Deon Sanders calls "business decisions." I think man these guys are getting paid to play like this? But maybe that's part of the problem. Careers are short and prone to wear and tear, so they're just protecting their future earnings and hoping to squeeze another year or two out of their body. But really, to fake it like that on national TV. Almost WWF stuff at times. Or like Mugsy and the boys got to somebody.

    I think the Broncos should collect the water bottles for some testing. Just to rule out that possibility.
     
  20. Quiet Speed

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    The blocking by the two Broncos tackles was atrocious on that play.
     
  21. white is right

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    Yes I noticed that if Denver had even a serviceable fullback in the backfield on the plays where Manning's throwing motion was impeded maybe this game isn't the rout it was. Empty backfields are the norm now but this is what you are gambling with when you do that, somebody like Owen Schmitt who looks like he has been permanently downsized could have cracked blocked defenders who ran untouched in these situations.
     
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    Absolutely, positively, undeniably correct!

    If theres one thing Ive learned about the generation of older guys, it is that they are the MOST self righteous people on earth. They LOVE to call people "weak, stupid, cowardly, lazy", and so on.

    "Boy back in my day we walked uphill in the snow to work, and back both ways barefoot blah blah blah".

    I wish I had a dollar for every time Ive heard an ol timer say "They dont make men like they use to back in our day".Hardly ever taking into account that when they were young the world was MUCH better, and easier to get ahead in. The propaganda, although existing, was FAR less ferocious than it is now!

    Of course Whites themselves are responsible for their own destruction to an extent, but its not logical to just thrust blame on them alone. The undeniable fact is that the tribe does indeed control the media, the education system, and the banks. Therefore the minds of the masses, and therefore politics.

    Look at it like this fellas. A kid gets captured at birth by a tribe of evil anti whites. They feed him, and cloth him, but never let him leave the basement. They start as early as possible brainwashing him to hate his Whiteness. For his whole life thats ALL his mind gets saturated with. Then when hes 18 or 19 they turn him loose into society.

    Now, is it at all fair to put any fault on him what so ever? I say hell no! Blaming that kid would be horrible. You blame the kidnapping evil brainwashing criminals. If you must blame Whites for it blame the kids parents for letting him get kidnapped.

    I understand peoples dislike of "blaming the jews for everything", but I dont understand not blaming them for at least a large portion of everything. They are guilty, and they brag about it openly. Why not go ahead and point them out?They are the kidnappers, and those of us born in the last four decades are the kids in the basement being forced to take propaganda.
     
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    Amen brother, amen.
     
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    That Super Bowl was strange especially when you consider how the NFL has engineered the games to be close at the end and the Super Bowl turns out to be a boring blow-out.

    The Seahawks were all over the Broncos. On offense there was never a time that the Broncos had a guy wide open, never a time Manning wasn't pressured. It looked like the Seahawks were on crack. The Bronco's would try to take advantage of the Seahawks over-aggressiveness by running a screen, but the Seahawks would come back and blow it up. Manning receivers were blanketed (and held), Decker was invisible, there was never any time for him to run a deep pattern. Even an occasional draw play was stuffed.

    Manning had to force the ball out quickly, there was nothing there for him even when he delayed. He tried to hang in and wait for something to develop but nothing big ever was available. And so the Seahawks got a hand on him and pressured him into bad passes. Of course after the game got out of hand the Bronco's were screwed. There was no run option but even when it was a clear passing down and the Seahawk's went into the prevent and rushed three they still got pressure on Manning.

    On the other side of the ball the Denver defense was bad, which is as expected. They aren't very good. A dominant offense carried them through the regular season. Wilson was never under pressure, when he dropped and rolled out there wasn't a guy within 10 yards of him, he could wait and play pitch and catch as his guys were always open. When they weren't he had time to scramble and keep the chains moving. On the ground the Seahawks were able to rip off good chunks of yardage at times and for some reason (injury perhaps) the back up guy got a lot of carries for Lynch. Lynch was stuffed a few times but that just meant that Wilson had to throw a 10 yard third down completion.

    The two worst plays, the missed snap for a safety and the botched pooch kick off that went for a TD were also killers as they sapped energy out of the Bronco's and pumped up the Seahawks. It was a perfect storm of awfulness as even the casual fan had to be distressed at the one-sided aspect of the game.

    The game went from bad to worse. Opps, poor decision to run the kick out, first snap of the game a blown play for a safety, a 3 and out, an interception, an interception for TD, a fumble, a kick return for TD. It was actually funny after a while, with a 'how much worse can it get' vibe. I didn't have much emotion invested in the game, I liked the Bronco's and Manning, but the all black defense meant that this was not going to be any kind of a "racial" referendum.

    If this had been the Patriots I would have been raging, but not so much for the Broncos. Still I hoped that somehow someway Manning could have made some sort of comeback. He managed to force them down the field a few times by what seemed sheer will as his only dependable option was a series of low passes to a well covered Welker, who can still make those catches but other then move the chains they don't do much when you are 3, 4, 5, TD's down. They needed big passes with guys busting open in the seams and getting behind defenders for big gainers.

    Why they could never do that when the Seahawks were exerting so much pressure at the line is the reason they lost. In the NFL you should either be able to go short or go long. Run for yards, dink for yards, or if that's taken away. Strike deep occasionally and hurt the other team. Virtually every team in the league can do that to the other team for parts of a game but that hardly ever seemed to be the case in this game for Denver.

    Manning gets another shot next year and maybe a couple of more. It would be nice to see him get another shot at the Super Bowl and win to wash this one away.
     

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