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schaub was hyped no more than any other backup qb that showed a little talent in a limited number of appearrances.

everyone wanted vick to build on that playoff victory against green bay and it didn't happen.

history also shows us that maybe that victory wasn't all that after all.green bay was on a decline.

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schaub was hyped no more than any other backup qb that showed a little talent in a limited number of appearrances.

everyone wanted vick to build on that playoff victory against green bay and it didn't happen.

history also shows us that maybe that victory wasn't all that after all.green bay was on a decline.

we went to the nfc championship after that season...

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he scored today - but i think he's a little lazy, i don't have any concrete evidence of that but he looks lazy on the field

yeah it's hard to tell with some receivers, like moss the way he runs it looks lazy but it's just he has those long strides. i seen calvin johnson running like that too on that td he scored last week. just making it look easy.

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just like the black athlete isn't smart enough to play qb in the nfl ?

that's your image of the black guy huh?

just a dumb n_.

the media fabricated that stereotype of black. read this:

james rada studied televised pro football games during the 1992 season on several major networks. in his sample of comments by on-air announcers, black athletes got most of the positive comments relating to physical characteristics or talents (82 percent versus 18 percent for whites). in regard to comments on cognitive abilities and intelligence, white athletes got 72 percent of the positive comments, compared to just 28 percent for black players. in addition, 100 percent of the comments if sympathy for players were made for white players. of eighteen negative comments on the cognitive abilities of the athletes, all were directed at african americans, as were all eleven commentaries that used animal or inanimate terminology. on-air commentaries also tended to portray white players in more friendly and intimate terms than black players.

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