Danny Amendola Signs

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    Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

    Lose one receiver, add another: Patriots reach agreement in principle on five-year deal with former Ram Danny Amendola, per league source.

     



    Lose one receiver, add 1/3 a receiver.

     

     




    Hahahaha!! Perfect!! 

     



    I understand your respected in this forum but it seems to me your a Wes fan and not so much a pats fan..

    I really mean no disrespect but dude, get over it. It's a great signing and I'm sure there will be more to come.

     
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    Josh has a habit of bringing in guys he's coached before . . . Lloyd, Salas, and now Amendola.  Hmmm . .. 

     
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    Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

    Lose one receiver, add another: Patriots reach agreement in principle on five-year deal with former Ram Danny Amendola, per league source.

     



    Lose one receiver, add 1/3 a receiver.

     

     




    Hahahaha!! Perfect!! 

     

     



    Just remember Welker wasnt Welker either when the Pats traded for him.  Pretty much everyone on here was like, WOW we gave up how many picks for some undrafted midget.....

     



    Difference is Welker didn't have injury concerns.

     
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    ESPN Stats & Info         ESPN Stats & Info @ESPNStatsInfo

    New Patriots WR Danny Amendola has averaged 8.8 yards per reception since 2009. He's replacing Wes Welker, who averaged 11.4 in that span



    Yea and what did Welker avg when Tom Brady wasnt throwing to him? and he wasnt in the highest scroing offense the last 5 years?

     
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    ESPN Stats & Info         ESPN Stats & Info @ESPNStatsInfo

     

    New Patriots WR Danny Amendola has averaged 8.8 yards per reception since 2009. He's replacing Wes Welker, who averaged 11.4 in that span

     



    Yea and what did Welker avg when Tom Brady wasnt throwing to him? and he wasnt in the highest scroing offense the last 5 years?

     



    +1

     
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    Field Yates         Field Yates @FieldYates

    When Amendola plays, he's productive: he led the NFL in all-purpose yardage in 2010 with 2,364.

     
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    I don't get it. They were willing to give $10MM guaranteed money to someone who

    1) Has played only 10 games in the last two seasons, and

    2) They have yet no way of knowing whether will have any chemistry with TB

    $12MM for two years of almost certainly good numbers between TB and WW vs having to give away the $10MM over two years if Amendola does not work out. Interesting.

     
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    Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

    Lose one receiver, add another: Patriots reach agreement in principle on five-year deal with former Ram Danny Amendola, per league source.

     



    Lose one receiver, add 1/3 a receiver.

     

     




    Hahahaha!! Perfect!! 

     

     



    Just remember Welker wasnt Welker either when the Pats traded for him.  Pretty much everyone on here was like, WOW we gave up how many picks for some undrafted midget.....

     

     



    Difference is Welker didn't have injury concerns.

     



    Really?  Welker blew out his knee.  Just happened to be the last game of the season or he would have missed a whole season as well.  As it is he missed the play-offs that year. 

     

     

     
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    ESPN Stats & Info         ESPN Stats & Info @ESPNStatsInfo

     

    New Patriots WR Danny Amendola has averaged 8.8 yards per reception since 2009. He's replacing Wes Welker, who averaged 11.4 in that span

     



    Yea and what did Welker avg when Tom Brady wasnt throwing to him? and he wasnt in the highest scroing offense the last 5 years?

     



    11.68

     
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    Wes was/is on tough SOB... I'm not sold letting go was was great idea.  Time will tell but I do not have good feeling about DA's durability.  Now if BB has a brain farct and does something out of characeter and signs Greg Jennings then I'd feel a lot more confident.... yeah right!!!  Heck we get Stallworth and Branch.. we are all set.

    Gotta say though that the Bronocs receiving corps looks scarry and is probably the best in the league with Manning pulling the trigger.   Manning has always had talanted recievers his whole career.... Brady not so much... and the beat goes on I guess. 

     
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    Here is Amendola'a signing bonus....



    What? No pic of Manning flicking a booga at Wes for his signing bonus? ;-)

     
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    Amendola is a downgrade over Welker.. that's not including his durability issues either



    Assuming Amendola can stay healthy, he's by all means an UPGRADE from Welker. More athletic, faster, longer arms, and has the ability to play outside the numbers.

    Now health obviously is a tricky thing, but if he can stay healthy he's an upgrade from Welker both short-term and longterm.

     
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    Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

    Lose one receiver, add another: Patriots reach agreement in principle on five-year deal with former Ram Danny Amendola, per league source.



    No surprise because it made sense that if Wes were to leave, bring in Amendola. This was their second option if Wes was gone.

     
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    ESPN Stats & Info         ESPN Stats & Info @ESPNStatsInfo

     

    New Patriots WR Danny Amendola has averaged 8.8 yards per reception since 2009. He's replacing Wes Welker, who averaged 11.4 in that span

     



    Yea and what did Welker avg when Tom Brady wasnt throwing to him? and he wasnt in the highest scroing offense the last 5 years?

     

     



    11.68

     




    LOL very cute.  But lets but up all the stats to but that number in perspective:

     

    2005 29 catches for 434 yards

    2006 67 catches for 687 yards

    OH and only 1 TD in those 2 years.  Far cry from avg over 100 catches and about 1,200 yards a year as he did with NE.

     

     

     
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    Amendola is a downgrade over Welker.. that's not including his durability issues either

     



    Assuming Amendola can stay healthy, he's by all means an UPGRADE from Welker. More athletic, faster, longer arms, and has the ability to play outside the numbers.

     

    Now health obviously is a tricky thing, but if he can stay healthy he's an upgrade from Welker both short-term and longterm.



    Disagree. Outside of health, the biggest thing will be his chemistry with Brady

    Ochocinco was more athletic, faster and had more big play ability than Deion Branch...who was more productive?

     
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    Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

    Lose one receiver, add another: Patriots reach agreement in principle on five-year deal with former Ram Danny Amendola, per league source.

     



    No surprise because it made sense that if Wes were to leave, bring in Amendola. This was their second option if Wes was gone.

     




    Not paying Welker 12 million for 2 years pretty much says to me Amendola was there first option.  They wanted to get younger.  Agree with it or not, Pats decided now was the time to part ways with Welker.

     
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    Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

    Lose one receiver, add another: Patriots reach agreement in principle on five-year deal with former Ram Danny Amendola, per league source.

     



    No surprise because it made sense that if Wes were to leave, bring in Amendola. This was their second option if Wes was gone.

     

     




    Not paying Welker 12 million for 2 years pretty much says to me Amendola was there first option.  They wanted to get younger.  Agree with it or not, Pats decided now was the time to part ways with Welker.

     



    +1

     
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    If he stays healthy he's a 100 catch guy with Brady, and is more of a down the field player than Welker. I do like it, but he needs to stay healthy. I would feel better if i knew Gronk, Hernandez and Edelman could play a full season...



    That's the thing. It's an awful big gamble to pay $10MM guaranteed money to a player who ahs not stayed healthy in the last two years. The patter suggests a great player who;s useless becasue he's always out.

     
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    Not dumping on Wes. Great Pat, but who wasn't cursing his name after his last 2 most memorable drops....



    I sure was... If he had made those catches you cant bet your a55 he would still be here.

     
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    Not dumping on Wes. Great Pat, but who wasn't cursing his name after his last 2 most memorable drops....




    i remember specifically yelling "f##cking midget" after that drop this year...i wasnt as mad at his super bowl drop because it was a poor throw, i was still p.issed though obviously like everyone else.

     
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