NFL Week 13 2008

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  1. white lightning

    white lightning Hall of Famer Staff Member

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    I just heard the Shanahan interview. What a joke! We can make him a fullback to tightend. He is valuable because he is versatile. Peyton needs to demand to stay at running back period. Will he do that? Probably not because he wants to get paid and play. This sucks. Let's enjoy the ride while it lasts. It seems as if his days are numbered.
     
  2. Don Wassall

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    Andre Johnson, who was showered with love by theMNF troikathe entire game,finished with7 catches for 75 yards.


    Almost every time Matt Jones' name was mentionedduring the gamewas in a critical manner. Yet somehow this "loser" ended up the leading receiver in the game with 8 receptions for 104 yards.
     
  3. dwid

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    yeah i lost what little respect i had for jaws after that comment, jones has one of the fastest "jets" in the league
     
  4. Deadlift

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    The Caste media is clearly afraid.


    "Joe Flacco, along with fellow rookie quarterback Matt Ryan of Atlanta, has benefited from the veteran talent around him, NFL analyst Randy Cross said."


    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/12 /01/AR2008120102765.html?nav=rss_sports/ravens


    Let's crush this spin by focusing on the offensive side of the ball. Tyson Clabo and Harvey Dahl aren't veterans. Sam Baker, when he was healthy, wasn't a veteran. Flacco and Ryan are very mobile. If it wasn't for Flacco's athleticism, he would have been sacked more than the 23 times that he has been sacked.

    More on the issue of "offensive production" via the QB:


    1) Mike Vick never had a 3,000 yard passing season. We were constantly told that he was surrounded by "inferior" receivers. NOW, we hear that Ryan is surrounded by "superior" talent!

    In a couple of games (against Oakland for example), Matt Ryan wasn't unleashed - but he's still on pace for 3,300+ yards.


    2) Superstar Vince Young only has 22 career passing TD's and 32 interceptions. Early next season, Flacco and Ryan will probably top that (the TD's). Can't forget Tyler Thigpen! IF he starts next year, he'll top that as well. Vince Young could very well start in the future, but he won't catch up.

    Matt Ryan has turned Roddy White into a star, but it started last year when Joey Harrington played solid. Flacco has turned Mark Clayton into a down-field threat. Again, QB > WR. A "talented" receiver is nothing if he doesn't have a QB that can deliver.

    Matt Ryan and Joe Flacco, two under-appreciated PHENOMS! Matt Ryan may face his biggest test at New Orleans this week. Drew Brees will try to get even because he lost when they first met.




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  5. whiteathlete33

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    Anyone hear the comment in the game that "Jacksonville doesn't have a receiving threat.?" I heard Kornheiser say it several times.
     
  6. Thrashen

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    Yeah, those three turd-breathed morons also mentioned Jones' cocaine possession charges, and Kornholio was screaming in his shrill little woman voice: "Joey Porter wants to know why Matt Jones is still playing!?"

    Gee, I wonder why Tony's stupid yap is always shut when a black player committs a crime? He'd probably get a sore throat whilst mentioning the hundreds of black players from NFL and NBA rosters who are in trouble every season.

    I really loved watching Jack Del Retard's endless frown as his all-ebony dream team dropped to 4-8 [​IMG] and looked pathetic in the process. It was incredibly typical, like Don said, that they insulted Matt Jones (the only player making any plays) all night long. Perhaps they think Jerry Porter's zero-production season is the answer next year. Did you guys see that horrid drop he had last night?

    I honestly believe that the Jags will select a QB in the draft. Gerrard is old, and obviously, his dink-and-dunk, boring style cannot win NFL games. Most likely, Shaq Harris will draft another black bust.

    On a brighter note, I saw Tim Shaw covering kickoffs last night for Jacksonville, he's # 57.
     
  7. guest301

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    Yes, my jaw dropped to when Jaws made that stupid comment. Anybody that follows the NFL knows Jones was drafted because of his freakish speed and size. I doubt there are more than five people faster than Jones in the NFL.
     
  8. White Shogun

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    They dogged Jerry Porter during the game. Said he was a bust, and that so far he was being paid $10,000,000 per TD (he has one TD catch this year and a ten mil contract.)[​IMG]

    I heard Kornheiser's rant about Joey Porter and it made me laugh. I know most fans who were listening may not think the same way I do (obviously) but it left me thinking 'who gives a sh*t what Joey Porter thinks and why should his opinion matter to me, the commissioner, or anybody else.' It makes Porter seem like a whiny-ass cry baby to me.

    As to their comments about the Jags lack of a receiving game: having Jones on that team is like having an Air Force with no pilots. It doesn't matter how many planes you have (receiving game) if you don't have anyone to fly them (no quarterback and dink-dunk game plan.)
     
  9. Deadlift

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    This gal might be sent to a re-education camp...


    Atlanta Falcons making everyone forget about Michael Vick and Bobby Petrino


    Bravo! [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  10. Cassiodorus

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    Last week the NY Times Sports section featured an article which explained how black Falcon fans were, very reluctantly, starting to accept Ryan. The racial solidarity and special-pleading were nauseating and would never have been printed if the roles were reversed, ie. if white fans had expressed gratitude for a white QB.

    Of course blacks' cheering Vick explicitly on the basis of his race was perfectly acceptable. The whole thing was sickening even though it was absolutely predictable.Edited by: Cassiodorus
     
  11. Don Wassall

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    After seeing Gus Frerotte hook up with Bernard Berrian on a 99 yard TD pass Sunday night I was reminded of Marc Boerigter's 99 yarder from Trent Green in 2002 against the Chargers. The 6'3" Boerigterseparated from the Chargers' short but supposedly fast DBs and increasedhis advantagethe whole way down the field.


    Boerigterhad8 TDs in '02 on just 20 receptions, an amazing ratio. He was actually among the league leaders in that category as a very part-time player. He looked to be an emerging Caste-buster, but the next year Dick "Cry MeA River" Vermeil hardly played him at all and then he blew his knee out in a preseason game in '04. Mike McCarthy abruptly cut him even before the first roster cuts in '06 and he was finished in the NFL. Don't know if he went back to the CFL or not.
     
  12. Gi-15

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    he went back, but didnt last long
     
  13. Bear Backer

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    Yes the caste clowns are definitely afraid of young white players like Ryan, Flacco, Hillis and the white WR's. You can hear it in their voices when they speak and read it in their words that they type. They know their caste is built on a house of cards with no substance supporting it whatsoever. They know that they will look like complete fools when the truth becomes known to the average fan. Their course of action is to desperately scramble to plug holes in the dam, which only only makes them look even more foolish to fan's who's eyes are already open. They know their drive to reshape the QB position has been a colossal failure. The black Supermen QB's have been nothing but one major disappointment after another despite all of the work and effort that has gone into force feeding them into the league. They know that their only solution now is to accept that failure or resort to forcing visibly inferior products onto the field. Every success by young white guys like Eli Manning, Matt Ryan, Joe Flacco, Jay Cutler etc, only makes this a harder task for them. They also know that if given the chance, young guys like Peyton Hillis, Jacob Hester, Brian Leonard, Matt Jones, Kevin Walter, Greg Camarillo, Anthony Gonzalez, etc can bust their fraud in the stronghold positions of RB and WR too. All that we really need are one or two guys to really get that ball rolling and it will become more and more obvious what dirty deeds are in play in the NFL. Peyton Hillis may be the greatest weapon against the caste. If he continues to perform at a a high level for the rest of this season while being given a chance, Denver will look absolutely foolish if they push him aside for one of their sub par black runningbacks. Edited by: Bear Backer
     
  14. ToughJ.Riggins

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    Great post Bear Backer! Peyton is thriving in a system made for his running abilities like Terrell Davis did and could have a Terrell Davis type career if they keep letting him play.

    You wonder with the circumstance of virtually every white skill player going above and beyond what ESPN and white hater Rivals.com projects of them if stupid drunken fans will wake up to the sinister zealous agenda of these fraudulent media organizations.

    Even with all the success of white WRs in college this year and now even in the NFL Rivals.com's top ranked white WR this recruiting year is at number 49.

    If it were up to sinister cultural Marxist Rivals.com there would never be a white WR in the NFL from now until the end of time. Will the stupid fans pick up on this wacko sites agenda?

    ESPN and Rivals and even Scout.com, Takkle.com and Tom Lemming to a lesser extent are breeding a lie that smart people will start to see through.

    Rivals has no white defensive players in the top 100. Come on people wake up or forever dwell in your own stupidity!Edited by: ToughJ.Riggins
     
  15. whiteathlete33

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    What a treat to see a white running back run the ball. We have to had to wait a whole year for this since Leonard. A whole year!!!! We should have the pleasure of seeing white backs every week.
     

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