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  1. Patjew

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    That was hard for me to watch Welker on the Broncos last night. I was kind of rooting for and against him at the same time.
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    My favourite non-Patriots player before he joined the Pats. But it was easier when he was on a team that weren't serious rivals.
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    I liked it when he was making lots of catches but still losing the game. A little later...not so much.
    PS...What do you think WW's first thought in his mind after that fumble? I'd lay even money the name "Bill" was flippin around in his brain at that moment.
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    Hah-- pretty funny. Broncs' coaches should have one of those sticks with Belichick's face on the end, and every time Welker has a drop look at him and hold it in front of their face.

    To make us feel a little better, Peter King has this:

    But, yeah, I still miss him; hopefully that will go away as the Pats rack up some wins (and no, I won't measure the impact of his loss by obsessing over Amendola's stats).

    By the way .. click the link to King at your own peril. Most of it is a pretty depressing assessment of how unstoppable the Broncos are.
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    I'm going to miss him less when my new Amendola rocks up on Sunday.

    Hopefully a lot less.
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    I felt nothing.
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    Remember to knock on wood when you type things like that;)
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    Of course!!:D
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    I enjoyed seeing Wes run his routes with the same quick elusiveness he showed here. He has yet to lose a step. I was rooting for him to roast the Ratbirds.

    Yes, I snickered when he dropped the punt though, but I wish him well in Denver this fall. Not well in Foxboro or this winter.
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    He will be sorely missed by me- whatever his attitude may have been, he still is one of the toughest football player I have ever seen. He runs every route as if it were his last.
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    I only have one fond memory of a Wes play--the 3rd down conversion in the 2007 Colts game, followed by his f-bomb.

    As far as memorable, impact plays, he was no Troy Brown, that's for sure.
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    Ugh, I thought I was over the loss of Welker. But it was really tough seeing him last night.

    I don't remember it being so tough to watch when guys like Seymour, or Branch, or McGinest, Vrabel or Lawyer left for a new team. Maybe Vinateri, I guess. But kicker is not such a constant factor as wr.

    That Broncos offense looks record-breaking good. And I don't think Balt's D is that bad either. They just looked it b/c Denver is so good.
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    I hope, for the sake of Pats fans everywhere, that Amendola shakes the injury bug. Welker looked like vintage welker yesterday. The worst part is that it gives Manning a huge outlet on third downs. Between him and their two WRs, that is a scary looking offense.
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    See, I think it's kind of the opposite. Though Denver's offense is no doubt going to be great, I think they looked much better because the Ravens starting safeties were Huff and Ihedigbo... Baltimore is NOT the same without Ray Lewis and Ed Reed.
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    Sadly, PJ, Wax Wikler doesn't miss YOU one bit. When he gave his bonehead agent carte blanche to grab the most $$$ from whomever/however, he made that quite clear. Unfortunately for Wax, his agent misread the market and got him the second-best deal. Now he's an extension of The Forehead, and someone I'm actively rooting AGAINST.
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    Baltimore's D looks pretty bad on their own accord.
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    last night after the muffed punt i tweeted:

    "Wes welker, Earning that extra 500k he took to leave the pats"
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    Denver looked thrilled to pony up 500k more than NE. The real debate is...In what week will Welker surpass his season high 9 TDs? (2011)
    Without much a running game, Manning looks to be a chuckin fool and WW will get his 10th TD in week 13
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    Painful to watch him as a Donkey. I even felt a little bad for him muffing that punt. He was a heckuva Patriot... but now the laundry has changed. Too bad.
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    I saw the good and the bad.

    the good:
    the dude gets open, regularly
    He is still quick as can be in small spaces

    the bad:
    dropped punt
    dropped pass
    another dropped pass that was incorrectly ruled a catch
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