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Welker kicked a 57 yard field goal in HS?!

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    Why can't we get guys like that?

    Welker is our modern day Troy Brown ... I think his legend here is just beginning.
     
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    No but how do you really feel about it, Wes?

    ;)
     
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    My crush on Wes Welker grows stronger still.
     
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    Huh. What is this stiff, Belichick doing just letting him line up at WR? You'd think a genius coach would realize the full potential that Welker has. :rolleyes:


    In all seriousness, as time moves on I hope to see McDaniels and Belichick find more creative ways to get Welker the ball. I am very excited by this possibility.
     
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    Looks like we found our backup QB if the great man should ever feel the need to take a rest from dismantling the NFL :singing:

    Welker to Moss for a TOUCHDOWN!!!
     
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    You have to ask yourself, who is the next Wes Welker.
    He has exploded.
    His YAC is a great asset to our offense, nice hands too.
     
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    It's not a coincidence people... we LOOK for these guys.
     
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    Yea, you would think that the rest of the NFL would try that approach.:)
     
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    welker is quickly becoming one of my favorite Pats of all time....
     
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    I remember Welker very well from when he was with Miami. He always seemed like a guy that could not be brought down, turning nothing plays in to first downs and picking up big yardage returning punts. From the first time I saw him I was amazed with Welker, and I'm sure BB and SP were as well. That was the game that Olindo Mare got hurt, and Welker took over the kicking offs, field goals, and extra points - and looked like he was the Dolphins regular kicker - while also returning both kickoffs and punts. Really glad to have such a quality player on the team.
     
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    No question, he was my favourite non-Patriots player, not least because he just would not accept defeat (in contrast to his team-mates).
     
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