NFL Week 13 2008

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  1. Don Wassall

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    The Broncos play the Chiefs this week, who have a terrible run defense, maybe the worst statistically. Though the NFL is the most unpredictable pro league from game to game, and we can be sure now that every defense Denver plays from here on out will show considerably more effort when it comes to pursuing and tackling the Broncos new tailback than they do for the standard afflete at the position.


    The Denver o-line deserves their fair share of recognition for playing very well against the Jets. No running back can do anything without holes to run through and Peyton had them on a number of occasions. A lot of his runs were up the gut and depended on the team's three white linemen (the center and two guards) to execute. After many years of having the same line demographically (one black tackle the rest white) both of Denver's tackles are black this year. I hope they give their best effort no matter who the running back is, but you can bet there will be no dropoff in effort from Wiegmann, Kuper and Hamilton with Hillis as the starter. I'd bet that there are a lot of white NFL players who are aware of the Caste System to at least some degree and want to see Peyton succeed.Edited by: Don Wassall
     
  2. backrow

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    that was a good week so far, our tight ends got a lot of catches, yards and TDs, planty of sacks and 3 defensive TDs as well! and of course Peyton running all over Jets! [​IMG]
     
  3. Deadlift

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    Since White QB-Domination is so thorough, the media has gone the route of complete fabrication.


    Clayton leads Ravens over Bengals 34-3

    http://www.cleveland.com/sportsflash/index.ssf?/base/sports- 38/1228091650277430.xml&storylist=clevelandsports


    Joe Flacco threw for a career-high 280 yards, 2 TD's and zero picks.

    Clayton had a good amount of receiving yards, but who threw him the ball? If the title said, "Flacco & Clayton lead Ravens over Bengals" - that would be more in tune with reality!

    Right now, Flacco is on pace for 3,000 passing yards. He also ran for 57 yards against the Giants' a few weeks ago. Both Flacco and Matt Ryan have their teams at 8-4, but is the Caste media more afraid of Flacco?


    BTW, you guys might want to go to Rivals and check out Matt Ryan and Flacco's 2003 profiles. They're ranked as pro-style QB's. Flacco didn't "come out of nowhere" - he was ranked #39 and originally committed to Pitt. Underrated, of course, especially when you see some of the "magical athletes" rated above him.

    Matt Ryan was #25 and only 3-stars. There were multiple athletes that I never heard of that were rated above him (Steven Moffett, Cory Holt and Cary Dove). The other 3 (above Ryan) were in the top 10; They are Chris Leak, JaMarcus Russell and Andre' Woodson.

    The saying - "The cream rises to the top" - could not be more appropriate! Fantasyland will always be fantasyland.

    Will there ever be a pair of black rookie QB's doing what Matt Ryan and Joe Flacco are doing in the same season?? That's why the media praises Matt Ryan, but they try to hide Flacco! They also can't say that Joe Flacco is bonafide because his backup is Troy Smith.

    Flacco and Ryan have incredible arms. Could both win Offensive Rookie of the Year in their respective leagues? Could they share the cover of SI? Title: "The Year of the Quarterback."

    Written underneath: "From Rookies to Veterans, the QB Position in the NFL is as Strong as Ever!" It's the truth, right?


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    Two comments:

    1.) The Broncos caught the Jets at the right time. A letdown week after they beat the undefeated Titans. The Jets are better than they showed yesterday. That doesn't take anything away from what Hillis did though.

    2.) I believe Hillis will be given opportunity by Shanahan for one reason. Hillis has the support of the black guys on the team. Brandon Marshall has already stated that Hillis is a beast. Blacks seem to like the cowboy types. Terry Bradshaw was very popular with the blacks in his day as was Randy White. As long as Shanahan knows he isn't pissing off the black guys he will ride Hillis.

    Did I mention that Hillis is --- KICKING ASS?!!!
     
  6. coolness11

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    I watched the end of the DEN game after it switched from the PIT-NE game and the announcer said right before Hillis was injured "This guy is a beast" I'll take this and run with it.
     
  7. Ibanez

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    HILLIS WAS INJURED? What is the word on that?
     
  8. Fightingtowin

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    That's a funny--yet possibly true overall--observation. I remember reading an article about how Jay Novacek (a big-time cowboy type) was Deion Sanders best friend on the Cowboys. Sanders said that Novacek always talked trash about being faster than him, and believed it. Who knows how fast he woud have been if he had been allowed to play WR. [​IMG]
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  9. PhillyBirds

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    He just got hit in the nuts. Not particularly threatening, but obviously painful nonetheless. He was back on the field a play later.
     
  10. Tom Iron

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    All this injury stuff with the Broncos was just a ploy. They used injury time outs to stop the Jets momentum and it worked.

    It'll be interesting to see how the media handles this if Hillis continues to play well. Especially when the Broncos make the playoffs. Also, it'll be interesting to see what happens next year when all the blacks return from the injured list. Will they try to return Hillis to a backup roll and would there be a hue and cry about it from the fans if they try that?

    Real good week for our side.

    Tom Iron...
     
  11. Fightingtowin

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    Nice quote to hear from Hillis: "It makes me feel really good because I never had coaches and players believe in me like I have here when I got to Denver."

    I have a feeling Denver knew he was going to slip because of the caste system and snagged him in the 7th round. Nevertheless, they still didn't afford him the opportunity until a slew of injuries, of course.
     
  12. Thrashen

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    "I just watched Chris Berman, Tom Jackson, Trent Dilfer and John Saunders discuss the Broncos-Jets game for several minutes. Hillis wasn't even mentioned until the very end, then they went to Chris Mortensen, who mentioned Hillis' pedigree as a star high school tailback. Mortensen is one of the very few people at ESPN who isn't a complete Caste clown."



    Agreed. While Berman and Jackson were busy screaming like women: "Who's Peyton Hillis?!?" Mortensen was trying to tell those old retards WHY Hillis' awesome day against the Jets WAS NOT shocking. Mortensen is the same guy that endlessly praised Matt Jones' athletic ability and combine numbers. Mortensen, along with literally being the only knowledgible ESPN talking head, seems to be a good man as well. He is a dying breed.

    My guess, Berman and the others know exactly who Hillis is....they were told to act puzzled and act surprized over his accomplishments yesterday. He is their enemy, after all. He is the little crack in their wall of lies. Rest assured, they'll try to cover him up until the 'problem' is averted. This time, I don't think that even the caste overlords at ESPN have the power to change the collective minds of the American Sports Sheeple to think Hillis is 'inferior.' The NFL Network and ESPN girlies are probably seething as their walls of oppression and bigotry are exposed and destroyed, stone by stone.


    Yesterday Peyton made his people proud of what they see in the mirror...
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  13. Ibanez

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    He's pretty damn big for a running back. He has the build of a fullback.
    Steve Mariuchi's statement about "He may be a rookie, but he's 250 pounds!" (or words to that effect) are just to set up the usual "And here he goes Rumblin, Bumblin, Stumblin down the field" comments that everyone must make with a white runner.
     
  14. whiteknight

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    as much as i loved hllis leaving trials of atheletes on the floor wondering which damm bus hit them i refuse to get excited just because of the huge fight hillis will have on his hands

    one fumble one mistake and he is back to blocking

    Hillis must scream and fight for his place if it is stolen from him by a black who moans at "the man keeping him down" because no one will beat hillis out if he keeps up at this rate

    the last runningback to go for 100 yards was Brian and look at the poor gut i actually looked at brians stats after his game against Arizona.Anyone here know how many carries he got after that game ??

    i'll tell you nine carries in EIGHT games.

    Hillis needs to be the starter for the rest of the year regardless of who comes back for the broncos and rightfully the starter for next year
     
  15. chris371

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    At first i was annoyed that there was virtually no Hillis in the highlights, but if you click "teams" in NFL videos and the on " Hillis" youl get his 2 minute highlights.

    http://www.nfl.com/videos?videoId=09000d5d80ced778

    Thats the vid.

    Great week, im now officially a broncos fan! Scheffler, Hillis, Cutler, Stokely, Larsen. Great bunch of guys to root for!Edited by: chris371
     
  16. Gi-15

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    There is hope, as Shananhan previously prefered unheralded players to guys with more pedigree. Like ruben droughn who was a backup FB until his 1000 yard season, Mike Bell who won the job as an UDFA(even though he lost it later when he began putting the ball on the ground).
     
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    quote from TE daniel graham :


    One touchdown, two touchdowns -- either way his teammates were still impressed. Daniel Graham went so far as to say it's a pleasure to block for the rookie.

    "I tell you what -- he is a beast," Graham said. "It is fun for us to block for him because we know that he is going to get those extra yards. It is just fun watching him play."
     
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    My local paper in the north jersey area mentioned absolutely nothing about Hillis's performance. Cutler got some praise but thats about it.
     
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    Peyton Hillis is hands down the best pro caste story of the whole entire football season so far this year even bigger that Toby's exploits because Hillis is doing it against the big boys of the NFL were quite frankly white guys don't run the ball at the pro level. They do however run it on occasion at the college level. I watched the whole Denver game like a little kid and all I could remember was watching Czonka on the Dolphins punish defenders. Hillis is Czsonka except he is bigger and stronger and alot faster than Czonka ever was. In fact Hillis reminds me of a younger John Riggans with out any of the wildness that used to follow the Kansas legend. Peyton you have single handidly made this NFL season worth while with your play on the field I hope you continue to break all of the steryotypes against white runners and continue to give the NFL hell every time you carry the ball.
     
  21. Don Wassall

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    I noticed another video on that page with Shanahan talking about Peyton. Listen all the way through, it's not reassuring. Hillis is going to have to continue to kick ass at tailback. It's the same link as above to find it.
     
  22. Electric Slide

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    As with everyone here, I was very excited about Peyton Hillis' performance yesterday! I do wish there was more of a story about a white rookie have such a great game.

    But, now that I think of it the way they react to Hillis might not be just because they're told to hate on him, but just that their mental perception is seeing week after week of 30 black running backs going at it.

    It's a hard perception to break, with the continual reinforcement of running backs being exclusively black. While there are a select few who have implemented cultural marxist ideas, most are simply reacting to the current situation that has been made this way.

    I don't think Hillis should "take a stand" or anything like that. Rather, he should simply discuss the lack of white running backs with dignity and respect for his coaches, the owner, and the NFL. He should just say that if he can be a starting running back in the NFL, he knows there are other white players that can do the same thing, without putting anyone down.

    Either way it was a great game by Hillis, and hopefully there will be many more in the future by him, Hester, Leonard, and others!
     
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    backrow, former Colorado State DE Jesse Nading(no.72) is seeing playing time for the texans tonight, you mignt want to add him to your list !

    edit : VERY bad grammar [​IMG] Edited by: Gi-15
     
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    But when Rosenfels threw to Andre Johnson in the endzone and Johnson only used one hand to try and make the catch, "Jaws" declared that the pass had been overthrown.


    Jaws has been sniping at Jones the entire game. And a continuing theme of all three Caste clowns in the booth has been that the Jax receivers are all bad, when Jones has been far and away better than any of them. Jones doesn't make big plays because they use him as a possession receiver and because Garrard isn't a downfield passer.
     

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