Re: who loves Wes W
posted at 9/13/2011 1:51 PM EDT
In Response to Re: who loves Wes W
[QUOTE]In Response to Re: who loves Wes W : Its one of those things, can he go somewhere else and do what he does in NE? I don't think so,
and he knows that. Welker doesn't strike me as a player who goes where the money is if he isn't going to have the same type of success there as he would in NE. At the end of the day I believe both side agree to a fair deal and it's a win-win for everyone.
Posted by BradyMossFan[/QUOTE]
This is a very good point BMF, but it's important to remember that what Welker may or may not be able to do in another system isn't the point. The point is that some team may believe that he can be for their guy what he is for Brady. I suspect you may be correct when you say he can't, and that's not so much a knock on Welker as an admission that no one else in the league -- sorry all you Green Bay dicksuckers, but no . . . Aaron Rodgers ain't it -- can do what Tom Brady does.
Leave us not forget, Tavaris Jackson is earning eight million dollars in this league, and never having met you or knowing anything about you other than that you have mad PhotoShop skills, I would be willing to bet that you, BMF
, could play quarterback in the NFL at least equally as well as Tavaris Jackson does. So . . . in a league that is clearly rife with idiot general managers, it is not out of the realm of possibility to think that some knob somewhere might throw Larry Fitagerald money at a guy who routinely leads the league in receptions.
Well . . . okay . . . maybe not Larry Fitzgerald
money . . . but you get the point.