Wes Welker: 'I feel bad' for Tom Brady

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    Re: Wes Welker: 'I feel bad' for Tom Brady

    It official...

    Welker is a bytch. be ware next season.

     
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    Re: Wes Welker: 'I feel bad' for Tom Brady

    Of course WW feels bad for Brady. He knows BB surrounds him with mediocrity as he watches Manning getting anything he wants.

     
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    Re: Wes Welker: 'I feel bad' for Tom Brady

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    New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick didn't hold back Monday when speaking about Wes Welker, saying Welker's hit on cornerback Aqib Talib was "one of the worst" plays he's seen. The play knocked Talib out of the game.

    Welker was far more restrained in his comments after Denver's win Sunday. After reportedly addressing the Broncos on Saturday about facing his former team, Welker did his best not to rub it in after the game. Especially when he talked about his old friend Tom Brady.

    "I love that guy like a brother, and I feel bad for him," Welkersaid of Brady, per Bart Hubbuch of the New York Post.

    Brady doesn't need anyone's pity, but Welker knows well that the Patriots' seasons continue to have painful playoff endings marked by uneven Brady performances. While Julian Edelmanreplaced Welker's production this year, we can't help but wonder how much better the Patriots' offense would have been if they kept Welker.

    (Remember: The Patriots let Welker go because they had Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez.)

    The larger question for the next two weeks: Can Welker get back to being a big factor on the field? His hit on Talib was his most impactful play Sunday. Welker hasn't topped 40 yards for two straight playoff games, and has topped just 40 yards once in his last five games.

     

    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap2000000315616/article/denver-broncos-wes-welker-i-feel-bad-for-tom-brady

     


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    first to respond and you quoted why?  thought something might get lost in translation.  thanks for making my carpal tunnel that much worse

     
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    Re: Wes Welker: 'I feel bad' for Tom Brady

    The moderators are fast to delete posts from actual patriots fans but don't police the trolls

     
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    Re: Wes Welker: 'I feel bad' for Tom Brady

    In response to PapaJohn18's comment:

    New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick didn't hold back Monday when speaking about Wes Welker, saying Welker's hit on cornerback Aqib Talib was "one of the worst" plays he's seen. The play knocked Talib out of the game.

    Welker was far more restrained in his comments after Denver's win Sunday. After reportedly addressing the Broncos on Saturday about facing his former team, Welker did his best not to rub it in after the game. Especially when he talked about his old friend Tom Brady.

    "I love that guy like a brother, and I feel bad for him," Welkersaid of Brady, per Bart Hubbuch of the New York Post.

    Brady doesn't need anyone's pity, but Welker knows well that the Patriots' seasons continue to have painful playoff endings marked by uneven Brady performances. While Julian Edelmanreplaced Welker's production this year, we can't help but wonder how much better the Patriots' offense would have been if they kept Welker.

    (Remember: The Patriots let Welker go because they had Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez.)

    The larger question for the next two weeks: Can Welker get back to being a big factor on the field? His hit on Talib was his most impactful play Sunday. Welker hasn't topped 40 yards for two straight playoff games, and has topped just 40 yards once in his last five games.

     

    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap2000000315616/article/denver-broncos-wes-welker-i-feel-bad-for-tom-brady

     




    Shouldn't you be busy ramming that offical Manning rubber dick in and out of your butt while moaning 'Oh Peyton do me harder!'

     
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    Re: Wes Welker: 'I feel bad' for Tom Brady

    In response to BabeParilli's comment:

    Of course WW feels bad for Brady. He knows BB surrounds him with mediocrity as he watches Manning getting anything he wants.




    Babe you pathetic asphole.Wny don't yopu just kill youreself now and leave the real Pats fans alone?

     
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