Re: Welker situation
posted at 4/5/2012 11:14 AM EDT
In Response to Re: Welker situation
[QUOTE]In Response to Re: Welker situation : It's not a backpedal in any way, shape, or form. You have stated that Welker isn't worth a big contract, and that's partially because he disappears in big games. You also stated, above in this thread, that if Welker is re-signed, Brady will have the best set of receivers in the NFL, and then digressed into hostile remarks towards Prolate and Tom Brady. Is it that tough to understand why Prolate would question what you said, given that your comments appear to be contradictory. There was no backpedal, nor is Prolate trying to mince words. He is calling you on what you said, given that it appears to contradict previous statements.
Posted by vertigho[/QUOTE]
NEWSFLASH: Even if Welker isn't resigned, Brady still has arguably the best set of passing options in the game.
This is the part you and your arrogant defense team aren't getting.
Here are Brady's options without Welker, professor:
1. Brandon Lloyd (system)
2. Deion Branch (system)
3. Donte Stallworth (system)
4. Chad Ochocinco (system)
5. Julian Edelman (system)
6. Anthony Gonzalez
7. Rob Gronkowski (system)
8. Aaron Hernandez (system)
9. Daniel Fells (system)
Get off the idea that football is ONLY passing. Wake up. BB just signed a better blocking H back in Fells and two FBs in Fiametta and Larsen. Do the math.
Aaron Hernandez is essentially a slot WR, just a bigger one.
All the leverage is leaving Welker's side of the table and it's about time BB consider a more traditonal power base. Even without the great Welker here, the balance and weaponry is SICK. SICK.
And this doesn't count the draft either.
So, yes, Prolate is either backpedaling in Brady's underpants or you and he still don't get it. It's amazing how annoying you are. Stay out of the big boy conversations if you have nothing interesting to counter with, new fan.