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Welker dodges Eisen's invitation to fuel Jets-Patriots rivalry

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  1. thenepatsrule

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    looks like Welker doesnot want to be benched for the first posession of the game this Sunday ;)
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    He's toeing the company line; being the foot soldier that he is.
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    Yep, he put his best foot forward there
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    Welker escaped from "foot in mouth" disease.
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    Interesting that he wouldn't even dip his toe in the water.
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    He doesn't want to put his foot in his mouth, like he did last year, and end up cooling his toes on the sideline during the first quarter.
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    It is called NOT being a WISEASS and learning from 1's past mistakes. This is an excellent example of RESPECT and HONOR as he puts the TEAM and his COACH ahead of his own EGO.

    Many NFL players just be stupid and give into the smack talk. Welker is SMART and he most certainly has a brain and a keen mind to recognize past experiences and there repercussions.:)
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    dude he was just being a good little FOOT-SOLDIER:):):)
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    I still think that press conference stuff from Wes last January was classic humor. I didn't like the consequences and the accompanying result (although, I don't think for a second that's why we lost that game), but, man, that was clever.
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    Yes, he certainly tip-toed around that line of questioning. Give Wes a foot, and, well... At least he didn't put his foot in his mouth here. After last year's kick in the pants, Welker seems to be walking on egg-shells.

    Sorry.
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    I LAUGHED my ASS off as Well. HOWEVER Welker provided LockerRoom Material for the JESTS. That is why BB did what he did.



    I LOVED what WW did. A CLASSIC, but he fed the fire and we got BURNT:(
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    Wes did the smart thing. Thats the Patriot Way. Good for him.
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    this BTW, for me, is one of BB's greatest mistakes, EVER, in any fashion
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    Its nice to see Wes all heeled up and ready to go this Sunday.
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    I don't know. I think this could backfire on Welker just like the "foot" comments did last year.

    You watch, Rex Ryan will break down at a press conference on Thursday and reveal his previously undisclosed dental fetish. He'll say that Welker's "I ain't gonna bite, Rich. I ain't biting" comments hit too close to home for he and his wife.
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    LOL first two replies in this thread already took away what I was going to say, classic! :D
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    oh no!...you didn't!!!....well done,sir...well done
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    Good for Wes, could gotten his feet all tangled and tripped up there, but he did a quickstep and danced right past.
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    Looks like Eisen got defeeted on getting any futher comments.
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    Good to see Welker wasn't footloose with his comments. Quite a feat if you ask me.
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    Great footwork, poor footwork often leads to defeet.
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    yah, in a way i like what BB did, but one would guess that he could of taken Welker aside and told him not to do that or perhaps made him the subject in the locker room in front of his teammates . . .

    I still wonder to what degree that effected the game . . . things can be cumulative . . . welker it out, maybe the players are just a smidge off, TB thorws a pick in the first possession and things to a degree seem to get off on the wrong foot and kind of went down hill . . . just a thought on my observation of the game . . .

    i understand the need to discipline for the good of the team moving forward and in future games and playoffs, but when you are IN the playoffs already why risk those playoffs when that is what you are striving for . . . its one thing to put a dammer on a regular season game for the good of a stronger team in the playoffs, but why put a damper on a playoff game . . .
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    Welker could have dipped his toes in the water on this 1 but he wisely stayed away. We will let our play speak for itself because we WON'T have cold feet this time around.


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    :rofl::rofl::rofl: at this whole thread!
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