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  1. English Patriot

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    I'm sorry but i cannot forgive him for that drop against the Giants, i can't let it go because he essentially cost us a superbowl.

    Amendola is younger and his injuries were not bad ones, they were unfortunate freak ones. He's not the type to have recurring hamstring and groin injuries.

    See ya Wes don't forget which QB made you and who won't make you any better in Denver.
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    Good riddance? Welcome to ignore.
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    Should probably take this thread out back and put it down.
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    dude, this isn't even funny as a sarcastic joke.

    lock, plz
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    Well that or guillotine it in the town square.
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    You're completely stupid if you think that the Drops by Wes had more to do with the Pats losing than Brady's Safety, the Drops by Hernandez and Branch or the Defense's inability to defend the pass.

    You're the epitome of a bad fan.
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    Wow, way to stay classy
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    Im very pleased you ripped by every response...it was deserved
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    Lock? Why? Not everyone here is on the Welker-Cool-Aid.... lay off the WW vitamins, will ya?

    Screw Welker. Brady made him to be who he is, not the other way around. He was a no-name before he showed up here, and his piss got a bit too high in his head. We won superbowls before him, and will do fine without him. Everyone is replaceable around here (unless your last name is Brady), and his past durability does not guarantee future durability. The guy is getting old, and a ball dropper when it counts the most. I'm glad he got paired up with the number 1 choker - they compliment each other just fine.

    Screw him, and as far as the offer Amendola got - GOOD. It's a good middle finger to WW. He can go **** himself for all I care. :mad:
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    Good riddance? Are you out of your mind?
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    You clearly are the one who needs to lay off something. There is no reason for you to have the animosity that you do. Neither of you. The fact you do says that you both need your heads examined.
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    Thank you, people too blind to see the obvious but it's cool they'll forget all about Wes when #12 is throwing to the next guy up.
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    #12 Jersey

    Good riddance is pretty harsh. We'll see how it works out, and maybe letting Welker walk was the right move, but the guy gave it his all while he was here.
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    I ignored that troll long ago. Need you guys to stop quoting him though.;)
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    Look, don't get me wrong, I'll be the first one to admit and appreciate the versatility, quickness, and durability that Welker had brought with him. But for god's sake, the guy is a slot receiver, running slant routes. This is not Megatron grabbing balls out of thin air at 5000 ft. altitude.... Go google 'Amendola highlights', and I bet you that if you don't look at the name on the back of the jersey, you'd swear you're watching Welker in Rams uniform.

    I appreciate Welker the player, I despise Welker the premadonna.
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    Just don't get why so many of you are so depressed about Wes, he's not getting any faster or younger and next time he gets popped it's more likely to put him out.

    Amendola can be a beast, he won't get those freak injuries anymore and neither will Gronk then you'll see this offense go nuts.

    If you want to worry about injuries then Hernandez is the concern because he's got the niggling ones that stop careers in their track.
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    He's a younger and probably better Welker without a doubt.
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    Oh boy, I hope I don't get confused with this dannydyn guy.

    I could see the hate and blame on Wes for the Super Bowl loss if the drop was Reche Caldwell O_O levels bad, but it wasn't. It was a tough catch. Get over it.

    Welker gave everything he had for six years here. I'll miss seeing him out there in a Pats uniform. Not a bad word to say about him.
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    Please tell me you are 12 years old.


    :rolleyes:
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    I don't have a bad word about him but if you're gonna go to the Broncos and help them win a Sb? Then yes good riddance it is.
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    Actually I put the loss in SB46 on TFB - that throw was high and un-catchable for shorty WW. Not Welker's fault. Go re-read my post above. I appreciate WW and everything he has done here. I'm not taking anything away from him. But at the end of the day - don't forget who made whom here.... It was TB who made Welker who he is, not the other way around.

    I have no problem with WW leaving NE for a mega deal elsewhere. I DO have a problem with WW signing with the donkeys for a ***** deal, just to basically say - GFY.
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    Welker was one of the toughest Patriots player there is. He gave his all as a slot receiver. He did not once complain about re-doing his deal when he started producing 1k+ yds a season... he did not once "hold out"...

    Judgement is not for you to decide...

    (referring to the "other" danny).
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    It was a tough catch my friggen @$$. He could have easily caught it, he had his hands to close and dropped it.
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    Exactly, some people want to hang on Welker's nuts. Don't forget who MADE him. He was a nobody in Miami.
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    Horrible post. We will miss you Wes Welker.
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    could somebody lock this troll thread?

    it's embarrassing just to see it up here
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