wes welker

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  1. koolaid23

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  2. ChoWZa

    ChoWZa Third String But Playing on Special Teams

    Yah he looks fast on that return.

    heh just noticed at the beginning of that clip it says

    Raiders Randy Moss - Groin/Ribs
     
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  3. patsfan55

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  5. patsox23

    patsox23 Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

    Bethel. Johnson. Indy. Breathe.
     
  6. notex

    notex Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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  7. smg93

    smg93 2nd Team Getting Their First Start

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    I'm not sure it's been mentioned already but there has been lots of talk about Welker as a kick returner in isolation. Meaning much of the discussion has been centered on his capabilities alone.

    What I'm more excited about is the possibility of putting Wes and Maroney in at the same time. Now, there is no obvious person the other team would want to kick it to.
     
  8. unoriginal

    unoriginal In the Starting Line-Up

    Hobbs was also lights out when he replaced Maroney back there. One things first sure we have options back there this year.
     
  9. koolaid23

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    maroney is not gonna be returning kicks anymore, or at least very few. you dont put your starting RB in on special teams return to get tired or potentially hurt. im guessing it will be hobbs and welker on kick returns.
     
  10. ClevTrev

    ClevTrev Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    Believe you just nailed one of the prime reasons Welker was signed. Maroney took one for the team last year returning kickoffs. Given the need to keep him fresh, and his role as primary back this season, it's important to relieve him of his kickoff duties.

    Welker fits so well as one of the team's returners (punts and kicks) and as a slot receiver who is quick in his cuts, fearless over the middle, and incredibly hard to cover. Having a player like him mixed with the other receivers provides the variety that Brady will come to love and that will drive defenses crazy. Given some of the negative posts recently about Welker, I think it's important to really look at the role he will play for the team. If people assumed that he was acquired to simply be a #1 or #2 WR, they are gravely mistaken. Given the subsequent acquisitions of Stallworth and Washington, the plan for the passing game is now revealed and potentially brilliant.
     
  11. zippo59

    zippo59 Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

    Welker had a bad kick return average last year. I don't see how you can argue that.
     
  12. Fixit

    Fixit Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

    Here's my argument: he was on the Dolphins.
     
  13. DaBruinz

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  14. bosshog

    bosshog Rookie

    CASUALTIES: Whomever happens to get in their way and it stinks to be them! MUHAHAHAHA

    that would be the pats
     
  15. BelichickFan

    BelichickFan B.O. = Fugazi PatsFans.com Supporter

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    :confused:

    Welker has already proven to be a much better player than Bethel. The fact that Bethel has had a couple of plays which were as good as this has nothing to do with how good Welker may or may not be.

    Bethel had a few good plays and otherwise sucked. Welker has had a few good plays and otherwise not sucked.
     
  16. BelichickFan

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    Can't argue it. But that doesn't mean it was his fault or that he's not a good returner.
     
  17. bosshog

    bosshog Rookie

    you think Bethel was, wait until you see Welker in your teams jersey, he is awesome, definately a fan fav, he will be loved in NE
     
  18. bosshog

    bosshog Rookie

    wes wont be like this:


    Newly signed by the Patriots, receiver Donté Stallworth said he had no problems with the Eagles' coaching staff last season. He added that he realized his off-the-field approach had to change after some veteran players told him it was creating a perception that he didn't care.
    -- Philadelphia Inquirer
     
  19. Fixit

    Fixit Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract


    I'm pretty sure there's a rule that says: no fan of a 6-10 team may talk smack about a team that went 14-5 and was a first down away from the Superbowl while in a rebuilding year.

    It's called the Cleo Culpepper Rule.
     
  20. BelichickFan

    BelichickFan B.O. = Fugazi PatsFans.com Supporter

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    :confused:

    There were no indications Stallworth had any problems with Philly last year.
     

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