After watching Peyton Mannings's 7 TD performance and all the talk here on quotabacks coming into the league. I got to reminiscing about the last time I seriously watched the NBA. That was back in the 80's when there a few prominent white all-stars still playing. Guys like Bird, McHale, Ainge, Kiki Vandeweghe, Tom Chambers, Stockton, etc. anyone here can help me with other names. Is this what we're seeing? I sure hope not. I really don't won't to stop watching the NFL, but if it becomes what the NBA is today, I probably will. Manning showed he can still play, but how many more years does he and Brady have. With the CM force feeding us black QB's, is it just a matter of time before we see only 1 or 2 white QB's in the league, much like we see only 1 or 2 great white PG's or players in the NBA? Yes, we've had Steve Nash, Dirk, and now Love, D. Lee doesn't even get much respect, but that's about all as far as perennial white all-stars. Much like the way, Bird, McHale, Vandeweghe, etc. faded, could Manning/Brady be those guys to the NFL the way Bird was to the NBA? I hope you guys see what I'm trying to say here. I'm one of the old f@rt$ on CF football and I can remember when I enjoyed watching Bird and McHale beat the all black Lakers the way Manning and Brady beat their mostly black opponents. I hope I'm not seeing the beginning of the end of the last white dominated skill position in the NFL! Thoughts? Am I wrong? I hope so!