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    That has been the story of this team this year. Maybe next year things can be straightened out.
     
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    Did you guys see who was on the OL in the second half??
     
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    No wonder Edelman got 10/100, they just didn't respect him.
     
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    Have we had a good 2nd half this year? I dont think Welker had much to do with it. Edelman looks like a good replacement
     
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    As much as it sucks not having Welker in the line up for the playoffs and it does suck bad, at least the injury didn't happen at the beginning of the year. Don't think this team would have made the playoffs with him. Its one and done in the playoffs so anything can happen...just need some unlikely heroes
     
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    I think not having Maroney and Faulk hurt this offense more than losing Welker. Maroney had been running very well lately and Faulk always comes up with big plays. Morris was terrible today and even though Taylor had 2 TDs, I think he is past his prime at this point in his career.
     
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    Taylor is certainly passed his personal prime. That's fine for the future HOFer. He may still be better than anyone else we have or will have next year.

     
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    Giving up on this team already. The Patriots are in the playoffs. Anything can happen.
     
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    faulk yes. maroney..pats have not used him much in many 2nd halves for some strange reason this season.
     
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