Re: Amendola had more catches then Welker again!
posted at 12/22/2013 11:44 PM EST
In response to TFB12's comment:
In response to rtuinila's comment:
In response to TFB12's comment:
In response to DeadAhead's comment:
Do not cave in now. It just enables him as a troll. Jesus. This is the problem with our board.
TFB12 spent a good 10-14 days here in March bashing BB asking why he went crazy letting Welkie go and he also was in on the Hernandez bashing in June, asking BB to resign.
Face it, the trolls and the media try to get it why the getting is good and they've been caught.
From here, it's all about Brady. If he is reined in and doesn't turn it over, we can win that SB.
It;s that simple.
And look at you, you could not have been more wrong about Amendola. Remember all the months you spent on here saying Amendola was going to be a big red zone threat? What does he have... 2 td's?
And how about the several months you spent on here saying Amendola was going to out produce Welker especially since he could line up on the outside?
How about when you said Amendola wasn't injury prone, that those were all freak accidents. I think you even blamed the field he played on when with the Rams. Then he comes here and gets injured in game 1, misses some games, suffers a concussion, misses more time.
Oh, I could go on and on here with all that you stated in the threads about Amendola over many months, you were completely wrong. 2 catches today for 45 yards, thats lousy, almost lost a big fumble today, dropped the game winner last weeek, wow! It couldn't have turned out much worse for your predictions.
I never said any such thing like Amendola was going to be a redzone threat. Now you are just putting words in my mouth. All I ever said was that Amendola was more versatile than Wes, was younger, was faster and probably better for the Pats in the long run than Wes.
2 catches for 45 yards was more production for the "injury prone" Amendola, than the zero for zero of Ironman Wes.
You already proved that Amendola didn't "drop" that pass. Why do you keep bringing it up?
I was responding to Rusty (deadahead), look again. Unless you are Rusty and forgot what user name you were posting under. Is that it?
You wrote.. "2 catches for 45 yards was more production for the "injury prone" Amendola, than the zero for zero of Ironman Wes."
Well technically not really. Amendola wasn't a factor at all today. He could have probably stayed home. Waskept off the field several plays, will be interested to see his snap count numbers for today.
"You already proved that Amendola did "drop" that pass. Why do you keep bringing it up?"
Fixed that for ya.
Well technically and actually 2 catches for 45 yards was more production for the "injury prone" Amendola, than the zero for zero of Ironman Wes.
You can walk around with your fingers in your ears say "la...la...la" at the top of your lungs but that won't change the above fact!
yup , putting words in my mouth and denying what really happens when it doesn't match your preconceived notions. That is so cute!
Thanks again for proving Amendola didn't just drop the pass. Don't be embarresed. Take credit for your achievement! You proved that a db got his hand on the ball and knocked it out of Amendola's hands!