2012 Kansas City Chiefs

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  1. FootballDad

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    With the season about to start, the Chiefs currently have a grand total of 16 palefaces on the roster. They are as follows:

    QB's Matt Cassell, Brady Quinn, and Ricky Stanzi. At least there isn't a quotaback.

    LS Thomas Gafford. Are there any black longsnappers in the league?

    K Ryan Succop and P Dustin Colquitt. Is Reggie Roby, the lone black kicker still in the league?

    OL: G Ryan Lilja and T Eric Winston. The rest of this supposedly superior line, and the backups are sumos. So half of the 16 whites on the roster are at "accepted" positions.

    RB's Peyton Hillis and Nate Eachus. A league anomoly. Hopefully Eachus sticks. He's quite a talent.

    WR/KR/PR Devon Wylie.

    TE's Kevin Boss, Jake O'Connell, and Steve Maneri. I was surprised to see Maneri win a job, but this is a bright spot for the Chiefs, with the only non-white being Moeaki.

    LB's Andy Studebaker and Cory Greenwood. Greenwood is mostly on the roster to be a WSTD but Studebaker should play a lot, especially this weekend with Tamba Hali being suspended.

    All in all, offensively it's a team to watch, with Hillis running the ball, white men throwing it, and a white TE on the field most of the time, since the Chiefs will be running two TE sets, ala the Patriots, primarily.

    Defense will mostly be coal blackout. Did you know that there is not one, single available white player in the entire country that is better than Travis Daniels, Jalil Brown, Abram Elam, Tysyn Hartman or any of the other black scrubs playing DB for the Chiefs? All are apparently an upgrade over Jon McGraw or any other white free agent DB.
     
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    Just heard a report on the radio that Kevin Boss is going on IR because of concussions.
     
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    Nate Eachus had 5 carries for 18 yards yesterday (3.6 avg.), as many carries as Woodhead, Gerhart and Leonard combined. Charles had 12/40 (3.3 avg.), and Draughn had 11 carries for just 11 yards.

    KC has a bye this week. Hillis needs to be on the field in Week 8. Unfortunately the Hillis Curse strikes Hillis as much as it does black RBs.
     
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    Funniest thing I've read today. I literally LOL'ed!
     
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    Thats very disappointing. Big Hillis had a pretty good moment in the sun a couple seasons. I sure hope he will get gig somewhere he can shine, but I aint gonna hold my breath.
     
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    I feel sorry for Chief fans. They're about to get stuck with Jason Campbell part deux. He'll of course get about 5-6 seasons to prove that he's not any good, thus setting the franchise back half a decade.
     
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    Talking about Geno Smiff? Personally i think the Chiefs will take Joeckel at LT.
     
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    Realistically thats who they should take but with Fat Bastard at the helm, it will probably be Geno Smiff.
     
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    The upcoming draft should be an interesting thing to watch with Fat Bastard as coach, but John Dorsey as the GM. I'm not sure if Dorsey would sign off on sub-par QB Smiff being the start of his own legacy. But we'll have to see where the combine and media hype train takes us between now and then. It elevated Gremlin from a mid-late 1st round pick to almost the first pick in the draft, and the same for sCam the year before.
     
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    Which is exactly what I'm worried about. The league is so desperate for a 'supastar' quotaback that even a marginal talent like Geno Smiff (who's not even at the same level as Gremlin and sCam, which is really saying something) could easily go #1 overall. The agenda is just so freaking obvious. What I just can't understand is, despite failure after failure regarding quotabacks, the DWF's still clamor for their teams to draft one. I just can't fathom this. How they can not see this pattern of failure is simply beyond me!
     
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    I really do hope Andy Reid stays away from Geno Smiff and tries to develop one of the guys currently on the roster. He hired Doug Pederson who was instrumental in the development Donovan McCrap. He has a guy by the name of Ricky Stanzi on the roster who has Tom Brady intangibles. Almost even resembles Tom Brady. Reid and Peterson can accomplish what that fat blob Romeo Crennel refused to do. He refused to play Stanzi on a terrible team. In my opinion Stanzi is KC's hidden gem buried on the depth chart.
     
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    I did some reading on some Chiefs oriented websites, particularly one discussing the Eagles possibly trading Foles to the Chiefs.

    The negro worshiping on these sites is unbelievable. Foles looks like he may be a franchise quarterback yet the negro worshiping DWFs absolutely don't want him. They don't want Kirk Cousins either.

    They want Geno Smith no matter what. They want him because he's a negro.

    White quarterbacks are trashed as are those who suggest KC trade for one. The pattern is clear.

    These DWFs are black supremacists. Whites who worship negros are pathetic.
     
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    Nate Eachus

    On a sad note, according to todays transactions, Nate Eachus was released by the Chiefs. Hopefully he'll be picked up by another team. I wish him the best!
     
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    Unless he has an injury problem there's no rational reason to release Eachus.

    He had a decent rookie season and according to one account proved to be a good blocker.

    If Eachus's release was not because of injury it was because of racism, because Eachus can play.
     
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    This is a brilliant post. And true. Outside of Jamaal Charles, Nate Eachus was the best, most reliable backfield player that the Chiefs had last year, I think he even outperformed Peyton Hillis. It's a sad day, because of his debilitating skin condition he probably won't have a chance to make the bruvas look bad with another team.
     
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    backrow called it. Eachus is gone despite a promising rookie season.

    When you can make accurate predictions based on your model it proves your model is correct.

    The NFL is racist and the NFL's caste system is proof of that.
     
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    Does anyone else find Extra Point's handle extremely ironic?
     
  21. Extra Point

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    In what way is it extremely ironic?
     
  22. Woody

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    ...because you never have an Extra Point, you just say what everyone here takes for granted and have said a million times before.

    Saying "The NFL is racist and the Caste System is proof of that" is not an Extra Point, it has been stated many times before; though perhaps not that simply.

    Nothing against you man, whatever floats your boat. I just find it ironic.
     
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    Extra Point is a valuable poster. I'm always glad to see his contributions. You gotta remember, we're not just discussing amongst ourselves; most of the folks who come to this site are not registered members but lurkers who come here for a variety of reasons -- sympathetic but not the posting type, on the fence, through a random search, from hostile sites, etc. It's good to emphasize and re-emphasize basic "talking points" as it takes a lot to successfully penetrate the fog of propaganda most Americans deal with (and often unquestioningly accept) every day. I repeat myself all the time, it's a major and unavoidable part of the battle to win hearts and minds.
     
  24. TBProdigy

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    I like Extra Point, it's just a humorous observation that he makes it his duty to deliver the obvious in robotic faction, like hes making a groundbreaking revelation
     
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    well its good to have someone to sum up the obvious in a clear cut manner, wheras someone like me might take 3 paragraphs to say something similar. Like Don said there are a lot of lurkers and imo those kind of posts would probably be easier for them to comprehend. For all we know it could be a groundbreaking revelation for himself, he joined in 2012, I don't know how aware of the caste system he was before that. Its kind of discouraging to see people rip on a poster like that even if the statement started with "I like the guy and everything". Hes not against us.
     
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