2011 NFL Week 10

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  1. whiteathlete33

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    As usual Weenieworld downplays Nelson's game.
    Jordy Nelson caught five passes for 63 yards with two touchdowns against the Vikings in Week 10.

    Greg Jennings and Jermichael Finley are remarkable talents that attract defensive attention, leaving an above-average Nelson to beat up on lesser defensive players. It's why he's on pace for over 1,000 yards and 10 touchdowns on the year, and we saw that in continuance on Monday night.
     
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    I think Yahoo stopped allowing comments because there were plenty of White people upset about them shoving this race mixing propaganda in our faces. There was a race war in the comment section.
     
  4. foobar75

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    Jreb, if that is true, then I stand corrected about the masses not seeing thru the agenda and glad that some White people expressed their displeasure about it. That is definitely one way to fight this crap and be proactive.
     
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    Christian Ponder received some praise on CF, 3-4 weeks ago, but I see no mention of him on this thread.. Truth is, McNabb could have put up 7 points (or more) on Green Bay.

    While we may not appreciate Minnesota's treatment of Gerhart, this game does nothing for Ponder, and at a time when elements of the MSM were starting to back him and rebuff Kiper/McShay's draft comments. Afterall, this was a MONDAY NIGHT game.
     
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    I recently had a blonde lady tell me that lie about mixed babies being so cute. I told her puppies are cute but I don't want my wife giving birth to one. Then I informed her that mixed babies are downright ugly compared to white babies. She didn't know what to say. And then she kind of agreed with me. Proof that women need a man to tell them how to think.
     
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    Toby is the most screwed NFL player today,his inactivity is inexcusable.I think the coaches do want to use him more,the OC stated during the week that he plans to get him more involved i dont see why he would lie about that though they sometimes do but the main problem for Toby is the pervasive racism that dominates the Vikings locker room.He experienced that as a rookie and there is little doubt even now that the Vikings Black players dont want him involved.Tobys a good kid and he's sorrounded by these ****s.He needs to remain mentally strong and keep his head up and not lose confidence.Thats where Tebow has been so good,the media relentlessly engaged in a war to destroy his confidence by saying he cant play QB and if Tebow had believed it they would have won,but the hate and criticism has only fueled Tebows fire and will continue to do so.Tebow has shown great mental strength and Toby needs to do the same.Its frustrating that Peterson is one of the few Black players that dos'nt get injured,and not just serious ones,but game to game injuries like a pulled hamstrings or bruised foot,anything that will give Toby an opportunity even for one game or part of a game.Every sinew of Petersons body is fighting against him getting a chance,with the threat of Toby its almost like Peterson has become bionic man..

    It was good seeing Mathews get two sacks because despite playing defense he is seen as one of the dominant White players in the league and has captured the imagination partly because of his long hair,he's even been on shows like Ellen and there was this belief that he was having a disappointing season because of the sack numbers but i read 3 weeks ago that he's second in the league behind Hali in QB hits so he's still playing well arguably even better than he was last year.
     
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    Toby definitely is getting royally screwed. Why would the 3rd string back and a WR get more carries than Gerhart? Are the Vikings afraid that Gerhart will showcase his talents and the fans will demand more?
    It's clear that Adrian Peterson owns the head coach. If Peterson feels his carries might be threatened by Gerhart, then Frazier will keep Gerhart down.

    The blackening of the Packers is certainly disappointing. Only 2 Whites in the defensive rotation this year. They added a sumo to the previously pristine O-Line, and have significantly decreased John Kuhn's role. Now that Jermichael Finley is healthy, you never see Tom Crabtree. Jordy would be lost in the shuffle except that every time he's on the field he is making huge plays. If the Packers continue this trend, they will become the Patriots on defense. Even Aaron Rodgers will not be able to overcome the inadequacies of a coal black Packer defense.

    Not surprised by the "revelation" that Mike Vick suffered two broken ribs on the second play of the game against the Arizona Cardinals. Even before the "revelation", the media was spinning the loss as the fault of the defense or Andy Reid. What has been wholly ignored is the fact that for two straight weeks Mike Vick has had the ball on the last possession of the game with time to drive and win the game. Both times he has miserably failed. If any other "elite" quarterback had this failure in the clutch, it would be front page news.

    Lastly, the Tebow coverage continues to be unprecedented in the most biased manner. The new mantra is "yeah, he wins, but you'll never win a Super Bowl with him". 95% of the quarterbacks in the league never win a Super Bowl. However, they don't have endure that commentary after every regular season victory. Particularly after their 6th career start. Let's see, after Blaine Gabbert beat the Colts, how many talking heads were commenting on whether he could win a Super Bowl? I bet none. I'm sure they were content to analyze the particular game and comment on the progress of Gabbert. The Tebow hatred in the media cannot be contained. What makes the so-called experts livid is that his teammates and the fans love him.
     
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    Yes, they stopped taken comments 9 hrs. ago, as things got real heated last night, which is good to see. Much of that was due to racially aware whites calling this mess what it is -- Jewish media promoting race-mixing 24/7, as they seem to want exterminate pure blooded whites from the face of the earth. I hate to write that, but I can't think of any other reason just about every current reality show features interracial couples these days? The fact that this Dallas bred tramp is named "Reich" probably gives them even more joy, knowing that she's willingly flushing her very German genetics down the toilet. There were a few "proud black men" over at Yahoo posting about Nelson being another black traitor for not being down with the sistas (like most NBA types are these days), but it's mostly a bunch of retarded, beaten down Uncle Toms crowing that 'deez blonde white womens am be da best for we brothas'.

    Funny thing, saw on a DWF football message board last week that the porn slut Gronkowski took a few photos with during his bye week is 'racist' because she will not perform with or go near black men in her personal life -- claiming she's very turned off by them. This was/is much to the chagrin of these 'proud brothas' that need non-stop attention from blonde bimbos in order to boast their fragile egos (ala Herman Cain)...Just tells you what absolute vile street trash this Cowboys cheerleader is -- dozens and dozens of porn whores forsake thousands in salary because they won't go near these beasts, but Reich is very proud to date one for free. I bet the 'proud brothas' that spend all their time bad mouthing white males/athletes can't wait until the Marxists over at E! or VH-1 give the pair a 'reality show' (ala Kendra the Mudshark skank), so they can watch Reich with their pants around their ankles, all the while waiting for their welfare checks to come in the mail.
     
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    Jennings and Finley are "remarkable talents" while Nelson is merely "above average"? That's disgusting even by the anti-White racist standards of Weenieworld.
     
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    Ponder did not embarrass himself last night, he is a rookie making his third start i believe. He plays behind a pathetic offensive line with limited offense weapons. McNabb is obviously done, not sure if you saw him play at all earlier this season you would see him overthrowing open wrs or having his throws land in the dirt and he was a poorly conditioned athlete at that.

    Just curious if you have some other agenda. It seems you go out of the way to disparage white players. You made some comments about Luck as well.
     
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    Well, Wes Welker is just a below-average player who only looks good because of Randy Moss...oh wait.

    Seriously, I think we have all heard this one before.
     
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    Far be it from me to call out a fellow member, especially a HOF one. But I find Deadlift's pro black, pro SEC, anti-White comments very puzzling. He's always disparaging White college and pro QBs, defending racist teams like LSU and ALA, praising black players, commenting about Tom Brady being finished and Luck not being an NFL caliber QB. I think I'd like to hear an explanation about these recent series of posts which run completely contrary to this site's agenda, not to mention being highly dubious and inaccurate assessments.
     
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    Yes, he also seems to have developed a peculiar fondness for the Bears’ Black-Polynesian defensive lineman. I’m not sure what’s happened to him over the past 2 months, but I hope everything is OK and these uncharacteristic outbursts aren't a symptom of disillusionment with sports or something occurring in his personal life.
     
  15. GiovaniMarcon

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    I think part of Gerhart's problem is that when he was at Norco High School in California, his teammates were mostly White guys (Norco was and continues to be a California high school football powerhouse with mostly White players), and when he was at Stanford, he was surrounded by White teammates, too.

    Although he might have faced opponents whose rosters were heavily Black, his comrades were mostly like himself.

    His race probably didn't become too much of an issue when coaches were delegating who would run the ball, nor would his teammates be racist to him.

    Now his race IS an issue on his own team and he's not getting the ball anymore.

    This isn't because he's been "protected" or "sheltered" his whole life, it was that when he was younger his race wasn't as much of an issue, and he would be given the ball. Now, he ISN'T given the ball NOT because he couldn't succeed if it were given to him, but because his trash teammates do not WANT him to succeed because he is most certainly the equal or superior to them all.

    He fails not because of his own shortcomings, but because of the racist nature of football, indeed America as a whole, today.

    Tebow, on the other hand, at least has experience in being surrounded by a bunch of Black SEC garbage, and probably takes it with a grain of salt much better than Gerhart.

    Re: the White cheerleader and Black NFL player "story", I remember seeing that on Yahoo's webpage. I was thinking, THIS IS NOT A STORY. WHO THE F**K CARES?

    Of course, the idea of the cheerleader working for a team opposite that of her boyfriend is only newsworthy in a "hey, that's kind of funny" passing sort of way.

    The reason it is all over the internet is because she is White and he is Black. And that is the ONLY reason, and the MSM knows it.

    They're so racist, and they don't even know it.
     
  16. backrow

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    [FONT= ]that's kind of cool, considering how few white receivers there are, 5 out of 10 are white!

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  17. bigunreal

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    Just wanted to say something about Aaron Hernandez. I've certainly trashed him on this forum, and claimed he was favored over Gronkowski because of his hispanic name. However, after watching him appear on ESPN today, I'd like to admit that I was wrong to misjudge him.

    Hernandez is a well spoken, overtly humble guy who sang Gronkowski's praises to Greenie and Golic. He said "we're all in awe of him," and agreed with Greenie's surprisingly laudatory observation that Gronk seems to be from another planet in terms of skill level. He also strongly defended his old college teammate Tim Tebow on both their show and "First Take." At one point, he even credited Tebow with putting him in a position to play in the NFL.

    He has too many tatoos for my taste, and the msm no doubt will always fawn over his last name, but he seems to truly be a decent young man. This is a great lesson for me (and everyone else) about not prejudging people.
     
  18. Truthteller

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    I absolutely agree that it's only a story because the Marxists love the racial angle -- creepy looking mulatto chasing down his darling blonde Mudshark.

    But in reality it's sad and shows how unprofessional and buffoonish the NFL has become. When I was in college my roomate and several friends where on the hockey team -- major school, but top line D-II hockey team that had a future NHL player and several minor league types. When they played games anywhere, they were not even allowed to look back at or wave to their buddies, parents, siblings or girlfriends while in uniform at any time. Not in warmups. Not during games. Not after the game, until the coach told them they could shower up and leave. My guess is 99.9% of hockey teams (even high school) still have this rule.

    Can I ask how this neutered pu$$y Chan Gailey looks the other way here? Is he that scared of his black players, that he lets this go? This a$$hole affirmative action hire, Nelson a career BACKUP in college, is being paid a huge salary and he 'hams it up on the sidelines' with some skank while his team is getting their brains bashed in...then the next day, after his team loses by 37 points, he goes on ESPN Sports Center and several radio shows bragging about/waxing poetic over his crappy little TD celebration. Obviously, Nelson could care less that his team is imploding and will likely, once again, miss the playoffs, as he laughingly bragged to a fawning Greenburg (Greenie) about how his Mudshark was getting a ton of 'new Twitter followers'.

    Getting back to the NHL: Imagine if a third line forward on the N.Y. Rangers scored a meaningless goal while his team was down 5-0, then skated over to the penalty box area and hugged and handed the puck to his girlfriend, who was a N.Y. Islanders "Ice Girl"....then after a 9-1 loss went on all the networks and several local radio shows to brag about it....Does anyone think the Rangers hard-a$$ coach (Torterella), who once won a Cup in Tampa with little talent, would put up with that $hit for a second? Would the other Rangers players put up with that $hit? I say no way, he'd be sent to the minors or released before the next game.

    The fact that Nelson did this and it has not provoked outrage from coaches, players and fans shows just how far the NFL has slipped in terms of professionalism and class. It really has become a garbage league, no matter how much Mike Greenberg (Greenie), Jay Glazer, Al Micheals, Chris Berman and Herm Edwards try to 'polish the turd'.
     
  19. sport historian

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    It looks like the formenters of The Conspiracy took last weekend off.
     
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    Where have I praised Matt Toeaina (who missed their last game btw)? They have rookie Paea (a Tongan), and he adds depth, but I'm unsure if he's going to be a monster for them.

    However, can you deny that teams like Chicago and the NYG have "stockpiled" above-average d-linemen, while many other NFL teams are painfully thin at the position? When the playoffs role around, offenses tend to play more conservatively, so the above teams can do damage. And, if it wasn't for injuries, the Giants' would have significantly more depth.

    If you are hurt by my position "that it was only a matter of time before the Bears' d-line gelled".. so be it. When the Bears' played Carolina in Week 5 or so, their defense didn't play up to their potential and it was disappointing. If they were to rematch today, I think we'd see a much different game.
     
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    Great post Truthteller. I also immediately thought "how unprofessional" and "how childish" when this occurred. Garbage in, garbage out.
     
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    ha, good stuff, interesting. i have never heard him speak and had no particular opinion on him other than being annoyed at him for scoring Gronk's TDs but he is a good athlete and i just wish he was on some other team :biggrin:

    props to him
     
  23. SchaafC

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    Now that is incredible, uhh unbelievable, I mean how do those guy's do all of that with only effort?
     
  24. Thrashen

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    Har, har. I realize that you two are “feuding enemies” and all, but it always seems to be you attacking him.

    When Bigunreal posts about NFL conspiracies, you mock and belittle him. When Bigunreal doesn’t post about NFL conspiracies, you make fun of him for not discussing them. So which would you prefer? Either way, your cynical reaction will be consistently discourteous towards him. If only you’d molest the maestros of the Caste System with such zeal.

    What exactly is there to gain, from a anti-Caste perspective (a bond which you allegedly share with him) in finding any reason whatsoever to quarrel with him?
     
  25. Thrashen

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    Can you “deny” that your posting style and overall temperament has drastically changed of late? Why would anyone here yearn to read impassioned posts concerning the Bears’ and Giants’ respective collection of non-white defensive lineman? Aside from Giants DE, Dave Tollefson, (who isn’t a starter) they consist exclusively of blacks and Polynesians. I visit CasteFootball because all posters are dedicated to providing me with updates on the players I actually care about. I attempt to do the same for them.


    Is that say that you want the Bears and Giants to “do damage” when the playoffs “role” (roll) around? If so, why? Aside from Jake Ballard, Dane Sanzenbacher, Chris Conte, Brian Urlacher, Dave Tollefson, and 4-5 offensive lineman, I don’t see much anti-Caste value in these two squads.


    “Hurt?” No, I’m just confused and uninterested. If I wanted to read about black players finally “gelling” with one another on a black-supremacist team such as the Bears, or how “thrilling” it was for you to watch Black-LSU and Afro-Bama kick field goals, get tackled by air, and drop passes in the so-called “Game of the Century,” I could easy browse any other sports website (quite literally) on planet earth to find such mainstream analysis.

    It’s also quite comforting to know that even if I were “hurt” by your “position,” you wouldn’t really care that I was. Or, as you so nastily phrased it...“so be it.” Thanks! I tried to give you the benefit of the doubt and make excuses for your perplexing behavior of late. But alas, your transformation into an erratic, moody, discourteous, race-neutral (borderline anti-white) weirdo seems to be a permanent “personality makeover.” It’s a damn shame.


    So you were “disappointed” that the Bear defense (which, back then, had a lone white starter in Brian Urlacher) failed to meet their “potential?” Why would you care? Why would we care? Dude, seriously, you’ve really gone off the deep end. What the hell has gotten into you?

    It’s unfortunate that I have to speak ill of you, because I’ve loved your posts and research over the years. But, honestly, it seems as if you’re purposely attempting to get banned. We all become jaded with professional and collegiate sports at times. I hope this is the issue and not something more serious.
     
  26. Truthteller

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    Thanks Freethinker. Glad to see at least someone else found it odd that the Bills would allow one of their 'players' to dash over to the opposing teams sideline and hand a ball of to anyone -- let alone an employee of an another team and, even more so, when his team was getting beaten down. No way this happens in hockey and probably not in baseball either, as both still are majority white and most players seem to have a modicum of respect their game, fans and owners.

    Even forgetting the racial angle here, this was pure bush league stuff and symbolic of what the NFL has mostly become -- a dung of trash. What's even more sad, again, was the next night on ESPN: First "Greenie" and Golic licked his @$$ in a 5 minute interview, then the horrendously ugly/masculine Suzy Kolber and Herm Edwards (a modern day Amos & Andy type) lavished him with more praise....No one asked this clown (Nelson) why he was so giddy after a 37 point loss. I suppose that's irrelevant these day?

    By the way, here's what Jerry Jones, who along with Jimmy Johnson really ushered in the Caste era in the early 1990's, had to say. Remember since the 70's the Cowboys have not allowed their sideline whores (aka Cheerleaders) to hang out with or date their players. After reading this quote, I wish nothing but malice and misfortune for this evil man:

    I thought it was a neat as a pin. Frankly, our cheerleaders get the recognition that they get. I know it was a surprise to her, but I sure enjoyed looking at the highlights on ESPN and coverage like that to focus on that part of it. There’s a lot about sports. A little romance thrown in from time to time is another big plus.
     

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