good bye Julian, hello Wes??

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    There is no way Welker gets released.  If he does, that would mean Belichick made the right decision and 80% of the board was wrong.  That just can't be possible, can it? 



    LOL!

    It also looks like BB was right again in not only walking from Welkie, but putting Welkie money into TWO players for the same money as the one with Welkie.

    Denver structured his deal like that due to cap issues, so if they do cut Welkie, they're in more trouble next year with Gomie at 38.




    So you are saying the Pats would have let Edelman go had they kept Welker?

    Of course they wouldn't have.  You would have had Welker making a little more then Amendola, would totally be woth it getting more production, and then Edelman probably making what he makes now.  And the PAts would probably be in the #1 seed right now with the SB going though NE.

    Welker/Edelman > Amendola/Edelman

    Once again you are an idiot.

     

     
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     Please don't quote Rick Pitino or you will be asked to leave the pemises...for permanent..

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    I agree with all this except the Amendola part...he is not worth the 7 millnion a year we are paying him...not even close. This a guy that should be making half that for what he has brought to the table. ..... Too me that is not a guy you pay 7 million for.

     



    Maybe that's why they're not paying anything close to that much.

     

    2013: $2 mil salary/$3.5 mil cap hit

    2014: $3 mil/$4.7 mil

    2015: $4 mil/$5.7 mil

    2016: $5 mil/$6.7 mil

    2017: $6 mil/$7.7 mil

     



    Mt Hurl is a moron like RKarp. He's a Home Ec teacher and a high school graduate, which is why he thinks there is no cap and he's smarter than BB from behind a keyboard.  lmao

     

     




    I say more like the kids who read the morning announcements off the paper that is given to them over the speakers, but every once in a while they add their own spin to them to see if anyone here bites. And of course, the dorks do. Damn, Rus, you know they are intimidated by and fear your knowledge when they critique every post you create. CONGRATS!



    Well, if more people called them out as frauds, the board would be a better place. They 15-20 of them and Bustchise think they own this board, so they feel enabled.

    Muzz did a nice job above calling out Cupcake for his repeated lies.  

    That's the thing with Hurl.  He'll change one word or one number and post it as a truth. He's misquoted me at least a dozen times to try to get an advantage and discredit me, but I think enough people know his game and lies.

    And you just know I am not about to be talked down to my a HOme Ec teacher who never went to college.

    Ain't happening.




     
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    ....Welker won't be a Patriot next year but the Patriots have a dilemma for sure.  It is going to cost the Patriots a good amount of money to keep Edelman and they are over paying Amendola.  That is a dilemma for sure.

    I totally disagree with you Wozzy on this.  I totally disagree with you saying Amendola has done exactly what they expected him to do.  No way.

     

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    OK, these are DA's career numbers, to date:   52 games, 247 recepts, 9.3 ypc, 9 TDs

    These are his numbers in  2012: 11 games, 63 recepts, 10.6 ypc, 3 TDs

    These are his current 2013 stats: 10 games, 51 recepts, 11.4 ypc, 2 TDs

    Perfectly in line with what he's done throughout his career. He is exactly who they thought he was, unless they expected him to morph into Randy Moss? I tend to doubt that.

    Back to the money, I posted his contract above. His cap number this year is $3.5 mil, $4.7 mil next year, $5.7 in the 2015 season, before which he'll probably get restructured or released because that's how the contract is set up. That's pretty affordable and he is not overpaid.

    By contrast, Welker was $4.1 mil this year and jumps to $8 mil next year. His was essentially a one year contract, they aren't paying him $8 mil.

    Whether the Pats resign Edelman or not won't be because of DA's contract, it's not a bad contract at all. If you want to talk about a bad contract, look at someone like Mankins. Or how about Miles Austin, his cap hit next year is $8.2 mil and it will cost them over $7 mil in dead money if they release him. 

    Come on Wozzy, you know better then this.  So you are saying the Pats expected Amendola to come in and put up the same numbers he did with the Rams and pay him a $6 million signing bonus and $4 million in guaranteed base salaries over the first two years?   I am not buying that.  That's like saying they expected him to get hurt, miss some games and put up same stats he did with the Rams? You don't pay someone the kind of money the Pats did and expect those numbers.  If so then BB has some serious explaining to do.

     

     
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    There is no way Welker gets released.  If he does, that would mean Belichick made the right decision and 80% of the board was wrong.  That just can't be possible, can it? 

     

     



    LOL!

     

     

    It also looks like BB was right again in not only walking from Welkie, but putting Welkie money into TWO players for the same money as the one with Welkie.

    Denver structured his deal like that due to cap issues, so if they do cut Welkie, they're in more trouble next year with Gomie at 38.

     



     

    Welker/Edelman > Amendola/Edelman

    Once again you are an idiot.

     

     



    Welker is not playing and will be 33 next year, so why on earth would we want that over Amendola right now???

     

    Who is the idiot?  lmao

    Plus, the binky addiction that Welker provided ended up destroying some of Brady's QB skills.

     

     

     

    You can't break the love spell between the idiots and Wessie. You know TFBiatch12 has got to be impotent over Wessie's last 6-week performance. These guys are really lost Rus. How is it they stil want a choker after he was zapped twice and has missed half the season at 32, will be 33, and is one head bup from being a leafy green vegetable? If he were a lineman, then it wouldn't be such a huge deal, but a skill position guy who is losing acute motorskills at the slot, and needs hand eve and balance? He already drops uncontested balls for God's sake.......They are all part of a cult or something.....



     
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    There is no way Welker gets released.  If he does, that would mean Belichick made the right decision and 80% of the board was wrong.  That just can't be possible, can it? 

     



    LOL!

     

    It also looks like BB was right again in not only walking from Welkie, but putting Welkie money into TWO players for the same money as the one with Welkie.

    Denver structured his deal like that due to cap issues, so if they do cut Welkie, they're in more trouble next year with Gomie at 38.



    Welker/Edelman > Amendola/Edelman

    Once again you are an idiot.

     



    Welker is not playing and will be 33 next year, so why on earth would we want that over Amendola right now???

    Who is the idiot?  lmao

    Plus, the binky addiction that Welker provided ended up destroying some of Brady's QB skills.




    Team would have been better this year with Welker and not Amendola.  If you don't see that then get your head out of the sand on BB beach, toss those rose colored glasses away and pour the koolaid down the drain.  As of now the Pats are 10-4, could lose the #2 seed and has a chance of being knocked completely out of the playoffs.  Welker helped the team get to two SB's, can Amendola do that?  Probably not this season.

    Who is the idiot now!

     
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    ....Welker won't be a Patriot next year but the Patriots have a dilemma for sure.  It is going to cost the Patriots a good amount of money to keep Edelman and they are over paying Amendola.  That is a dilemma for sure.

    I totally disagree with you Wozzy on this.  I totally disagree with you saying Amendola has done exactly what they expected him to do.  No way.

     

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    OK, these are DA's career numbers, to date:   52 games, 247 recepts, 9.3 ypc, 9 TDs

     

    These are his numbers in  2012: 11 games, 63 recepts, 10.6 ypc, 3 TDs

    These are his current 2013 stats: 10 games, 51 recepts, 11.4 ypc, 2 TDs

    Perfectly in line with what he's done throughout his career. He is exactly who they thought he was, unless they expected him to morph into Randy Moss? I tend to doubt that.

    Back to the money, I posted his contract above. His cap number this year is $3.5 mil, $4.7 mil next year, $5.7 in the 2015 season, before which he'll probably get restructured or released because that's how the contract is set up. That's pretty affordable and he is not overpaid.

    By contrast, Welker was $4.1 mil this year and jumps to $8 mil next year. His was essentially a one year contract, they aren't paying him $8 mil.

    Whether the Pats resign Edelman or not won't be because of DA's contract, it's not a bad contract at all. If you want to talk about a bad contract, look at someone like Mankins. Or how about Miles Austin, his cap hit next year is $8.2 mil and it will cost them over $7 mil in dead money if they release him. 

     

     

    Come on Wozzy, you know better then this.  So you are saying the Pats expected Amendola to come in and put up the same numbers he did with the Rams and pay him a $6 million signing bonus and $4 million in guaranteed base salaries over the first two years?   I am not buying that.  That's like saying they expected him to get hurt, miss some games and put up same stats he did with the Rams? You don't pay someone the kind of money the Pats did and expect those numbers.  If so then BB has some serious explaining to do.

     



    If Amendola has a strong finish this year and has a great postseason, you will be gone from this board from pure embarrassment.

    Edelman and Amendola have already proven to be more clutch in the games they've played in this year than Welker ever was here.

    Far fewer drops, much more difficult receptions made.

    Also, their production has come even if against some tougher defenses, too. Welker was only good or great vs zone or crap defenses.

    Kinda funny what happens when you look at facts and reality, huh?lol

     

     

    I can't see TFBiatch12's responses with him on IGNORE, but if he were to ever do so, I bet he comes back as WW83, Just a hunch! LOL!

     
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    Wes welker's  career is in jeapordy. Probably because he is a 5ft7 32 year old slot receiver who averages 160 targets a year.BB once again, knew what he was doing making tough football decisions by signkng a younger faster injury risk who's contract is FULLY PROTECTED based on Dannys heslth.

    Oh, don't look now but Amendola is catching 68% of his targets(meaning Brady's 61% completion rate gets better the more he throws Danny the ball. I know some of you nitwits demand instant gratification and if a guy doesn't go Randy Moss or better his 1st year he is a bust, but Amendola is a great addition to the offense. Sorry, if that ruins your agenda, just keep talking about how bad Julian Edelman is, or how much Mayo sucks. That should divert the attention elswhere long enough for people to forget. 



    I don't really see many fans busting edelman/DA's chops.  I think they're doing better than expected.  I think the rookie WRs are doing better than expected - but, the rookies can't afford to regress at this stage of the season



    I guess you ignored murtls post up above, and you have selectively forgot babe and companies campaign against julian edelman last year....which has become quiet. 




    I had no campaign against Edelman; never have. I said he was a backup, and that is what he was. You really have a hard time portraying what I have said accurately TC. That's not a good trait.

    I've always been impressed by Edelman's athleticism, and I've said so. Just because I've not jumped on the bandwagon and claimed he was Welker's equal as a receiver doesn't mean I had a campaign against him. I'm just not a homer who overrates people until they actually do the deeds.

    Edelman has put together a very nice year. I'm not ready to pronounce him a perennial all-pro. I'm just glad he has been able to stay on the field.

    He has had good production on a team that has been devastated by injuries at his position. Comparing that to Welker's situation in Denver is apples and oranges. We'll see next year if he is the real deal, or an apparition brought on by a perfect storm of circumstances.

    BTW, I haven't heard much about him being "the greatest punt returner of all-time" lately.

     
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    Wes welker's  career is in jeapordy. Probably because he is a 5ft7 32 year old slot receiver who averages 160 targets a year.BB once again, knew what he was doing making tough football decisions by signkng a younger faster injury risk who's contract is FULLY PROTECTED based on Dannys heslth.

    Oh, don't look now but Amendola is catching 68% of his targets(meaning Brady's 61% completion rate gets better the more he throws Danny the ball. I know some of you nitwits demand instant gratification and if a guy doesn't go Randy Moss or better his 1st year he is a bust, but Amendola is a great addition to the offense. Sorry, if that ruins your agenda, just keep talking about how bad Julian Edelman is, or how much Mayo sucks. That should divert the attention elswhere long enough for people to forget. 

     



    I don't really see many fans busting edelman/DA's chops.  I think they're doing better than expected.  I think the rookie WRs are doing better than expected - but, the rookies can't afford to regress at this stage of the season

     

     



    I guess you ignored murtls post up above, and you have selectively forgot babe and companies campaign against julian edelman last year....which has become quiet. 

     




    I had no campaign against Edelman; never have. I said he was a backup, and that is what he was. You really have a hard time portraying what I have said accurately TC. That's not a good trait.

    I've always been impressed by Edelman's athleticism, and I've said so. Just because I've not jumped on the bandwagon and claimed he was Welker's equal as a receiver doesn't mean I had a campaign against him. I'm just not a homer who overrates people until they actually do the deeds.

    Edelman has put together a very nice year. I'm not ready to pronounce him a perennial all-pro. I'm just glad he has been able to stay on the field.

    He has had good production on a team that has been devastated by injuries at his position. Comparing that to Welker's situation in Denver is apples and oranges. We'll see next year if he is the real deal, or an apparition brought on by a perfect storm of circumstances.

    BTW, I haven't heard much about him being "the greatest punt returner of all-time" lately.

     

     

    BUT, you gotta admit he's better than that last guy we had returning punts. You know the one who's last punt return at the razor cost his team BIG?



     
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    If you look at the $$$, it is pretty obvious Wes will be released after this year. If he is on the Denver roster in March, he will be guaranteed $8M next year. If they cut him, the cap hit is $2M. They need to, and want to, resign Decker.

    I think it is pretty obvious JE will command more $$$ than the Pats are willing to spend, or have available given their other needs and cap position for 2014.

    Could Wes be next years Collie?

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    welker is done. too many hits. bb made the right move in letting him walk.

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    OK, these are DA's career numbers, to date:   52 games, 247 recepts, 9.3 ypc, 9 TDs

    These are his numbers in  2012: 11 games, 63 recepts, 10.6 ypc, 3 TDs

    These are his current 2013 stats: 10 games, 51 recepts, 11.4 ypc, 2 TDs

    Perfectly in line with what he's done throughout his career. He is exactly who they thought he was, unless they expected him to morph into Randy Moss? I tend to doubt that.

    Back to the money, I posted his contract above. His cap number this year is $3.5 mil, $4.7 mil next year, $5.7 in the 2015 season, before which he'll probably get restructured or released because that's how the contract is set up. That's pretty affordable and he is not overpaid.

    By contrast, Welker was $4.1 mil this year and jumps to $8 mil next year. His was essentially a one year contract, they aren't paying him $8 mil.

    Whether the Pats resign Edelman or not won't be because of DA's contract, it's not a bad contract at all. If you want to talk about a bad contract, look at someone like Mankins. Or how about Miles Austin, his cap hit next year is $8.2 mil and it will cost them over $7 mil in dead money if they release him. 

    Come on Wozzy, you know better then this.  So you are saying the Pats expected Amendola to come in and put up the same numbers he did with the Rams and pay him a $6 million signing bonus and $4 million in guaranteed base salaries over the first two years?   I am not buying that.  That's like saying they expected him to get hurt, miss some games and put up same stats he did with the Rams? You don't pay someone the kind of money the Pats did and expect those numbers.  If so then BB has some serious explaining to do.

     



Not sure what's up with the Wozzy part? I'm not offended by that, Wozzy is OK in my book.

Anyway, what "kind of money" is he being paid? It's a reasonable contract for a veteran WR of Amendola's abilities. It's not out of line at all. Injuries aside, he's catching 5.1 balls a game at 11.4 yds per catch. That's 82 catches and 930 yards projected over 16 games. He won't play 16 of course, but I don't think that they expected him to become much more than that.

Do you sign a free agent and expect him to become a better athlete because he's on your team? I don't think so, unless you think he was underutilized where he was, like when the Pats signed Welker away from Miami.

I don't think for one second that's what the Pats thought about Amendola. He was a good player with St. Louis and they exepcted the same type of player in NE. And that's exactly what they got.

Are the Yankees expecting Ellsbury to be a triple crown contender because they gave him $150 mil? Maybe, they're pretty arrogant. 

 
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    Why would the Pats want to bring in an old, injury prone slot receiver that doesn't seem to be able to reliably catch the ball? This is just silly! Really folks, WW is as gone as Moss!

     
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    Amendola's money this year and next seems in line. Endelman has surpassed my expectations for him and certainly is starter worthy although I think he's a killer at the #3 WR position.

     

     
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    no thanks to WW he's one big hit away from being a turnip.

     




    So should the Pats start thinking of unloading Nate Solder?

     




    Nope, Solder has much more upside than Welker! Also O-linemen are much less likely to get a concussion than a slot receiver. And for all we know, his removal from the game last Sunday could be because of his original concussion and not a new one.

     
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    ....Welker won't be a Patriot next year but the Patriots have a dilemma for sure.  It is going to cost the Patriots a good amount of money to keep Edelman and they are over paying Amendola.  That is a dilemma for sure.

    I totally disagree with you Wozzy on this.  I totally disagree with you saying Amendola has done exactly what they expected him to do.  No way.

     

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    OK, these are DA's career numbers, to date:   52 games, 247 recepts, 9.3 ypc, 9 TDs

    These are his numbers in  2012: 11 games, 63 recepts, 10.6 ypc, 3 TDs

    These are his current 2013 stats: 10 games, 51 recepts, 11.4 ypc, 2 TDs

    Perfectly in line with what he's done throughout his career. He is exactly who they thought he was, unless they expected him to morph into Randy Moss? I tend to doubt that.

    Back to the money, I posted his contract above. His cap number this year is $3.5 mil, $4.7 mil next year, $5.7 in the 2015 season, before which he'll probably get restructured or released because that's how the contract is set up. That's pretty affordable and he is not overpaid.

    By contrast, Welker was $4.1 mil this year and jumps to $8 mil next year. His was essentially a one year contract, they aren't paying him $8 mil.

    Whether the Pats resign Edelman or not won't be because of DA's contract, it's not a bad contract at all. If you want to talk about a bad contract, look at someone like Mankins. Or how about Miles Austin, his cap hit next year is $8.2 mil and it will cost them over $7 mil in dead money if they release him. 

    Come on Wozzy, you know better then this.  So you are saying the Pats expected Amendola to come in and put up the same numbers he did with the Rams and pay him a $6 million signing bonus and $4 million in guaranteed base salaries over the first two years?   I am not buying that.  That's like saying they expected him to get hurt, miss some games and put up same stats he did with the Rams? You don't pay someone the kind of money the Pats did and expect those numbers.  If so then BB has some serious explaining to do.

     




    You do expect the same numbers if you live in the real world and consider there will be a thing called a learning curve. Unless of course all you do is run go routes like Moss did. On top of that you also should consider the increased number of targets TB has this year. He went from 4 targets last year to 8 this year.

    See, that is the problem with stats without context, they are usually just lies clothed in legitimacy.

     
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    There is no way Welker gets released.  If he does, that would mean Belichick made the right decision and 80% of the board was wrong.  That just can't be possible, can it? 

     



    LOL!

     

    It also looks like BB was right again in not only walking from Welkie, but putting Welkie money into TWO players for the same money as the one with Welkie.

    Denver structured his deal like that due to cap issues, so if they do cut Welkie, they're in more trouble next year with Gomie at 38.



    Welker/Edelman > Amendola/Edelman

    Once again you are an idiot.

     



    Welker is not playing and will be 33 next year, so why on earth would we want that over Amendola right now???

    Who is the idiot?  lmao

    Plus, the binky addiction that Welker provided ended up destroying some of Brady's QB skills.




    Team would have been better this year with Welker and not Amendola.  If you don't see that then get your head out of the sand on BB beach, toss those rose colored glasses away and pour the koolaid down the drain.  As of now the Pats are 10-4, could lose the #2 seed and has a chance of being knocked completely out of the playoffs.  Welker helped the team get to two SB's, can Amendola do that?  Probably not this season.

    Who is the idiot now!




    Sorry but you are wrong, Amendola is much better on this team than Welker could possibly have been. Welker helped the Pats lose two Superbowls. Amendola still has the chance to win some superbowls. Welker is probably out for the rest of the season but Amendola can still make plays.

    So who's the idiot?

     
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    If Amendola has a strong finish this year and has a great postseason, you will be gone from this board from pure embarrassment.

    Edelman and Amendola have already proven to be more clutch in the games they've played in this year than Welker ever was here.

    Far fewer drops, much more difficult receptions made.

    Also, their production has come even if against some tougher defenses, too. Welker was only good or great vs zone or crap defenses.

    Kinda funny what happens when you look at facts and reality, huh?lol




    If Amendola has a strong finish... No, it would take some good production with some playoff wins do redeem his lack of play this season.  He showed up for what.. 2 games?  But then dropped the game winner.  Damn him! 

    Facts?  Facts that Amendola has had no where near a season that Welker has had in NE during his 6 season.  Fact that the lack of production/injury caused the Pats to lose AT LEAST 2 games, possibly 3.  The Pats could be the #1 seed with a buy and SB going through NE.  Those are the facts!!  Hahaha! Owned!

     

     
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