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Posted: 3/13/2013 7:36 PM

Danny Amendola 


The newest Patriot is Danny Amendola 5yrs 31mil 10 mil guaranteed
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Posted: 3/13/2013 7:38 PM

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I Like this deal. He is a slot machine when healthy.

Danny Amendola, New England Patriots agree to contract

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Posted: 3/13/2013 7:41 PM

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Brady's younger toy... this will fire up Brady After he's done being fired up! I hope the kid can play....lol

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Posted: 3/13/2013 7:53 PM

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Another dumb move. Amendola has played 12 games in two years. He can't stay on the field, and even if he did he is half the player Welker is. Among Amendola, Hernandez and Gronk they have three receivers on offense that can't seem to stay on the field. Brady will literally be throwing to NOBODY half way into next season. I'm sure he is thrilled. Another brilliant move by the "genius" and the "greatest team owner the world has ever seen".
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Posted: 3/13/2013 7:56 PM

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I'm stunned right now. eek
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Posted: 3/13/2013 8:00 PM

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5 years, $31 million, $10M guaranteed ... what the frig?
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Posted: 3/13/2013 8:00 PM

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Welcome aboard Dan, ...
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Posted: 3/13/2013 8:04 PM

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this makes no sense whats so ever.....some one on sugar coated choc chip cookoies
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Posted: 3/13/2013 8:16 PM

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dokgonzo wrote: 5 years, $31 million, $10M guaranteed ... what the frig?

This is exactly why I am STUNNED. eek
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Posted: 3/13/2013 8:24 PM

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Ignore the 5 and 31. All you need to know is the 10 million are guaranteed. Its not a bad contact at all. He is a Texas Tech kind of guy. Danny A has put up better numbers than Welker had when we got him. If Danny A stays healthy there is no reason that he can put up similar numbers.
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Posted: 3/13/2013 8:26 PM

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In Bill we trust ... in Bill we trust ... thank you sir, may I have another?
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Posted: 3/13/2013 8:29 PM

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LOL
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Posted: 3/13/2013 8:37 PM

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Here's an interesting bit on him from his Wiki page. He may be more injury prone than Wes, but he's still a tough player:

On 6 October 2012, Amendola suffered a dislocated clavicle and.[20] In a rare case, instead of popping out, the clavicle popped in and came millimeters from puncturing his trachea and aorta, which could have killed him. Rams' medical staff called around the league for information but no teams had ever had players suffering a similar injury. Amendola was anesthetized before popping the clavicle back into place. Due to the unusual nature of the injury the Rams were not certain when Amendola would return,[21] but he was able to recover after just three weeks and recorded 11 catches for 102 yards in a hard fought tie with the San Francisco 49ers.[22]
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Posted: 3/13/2013 8:58 PM

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Danny Amendola is a very good football player.  The only question is if he can stay healthy (BB loves those guys with injury histories doesn't he?).  But he's the perfect replacement for Welker.

If you take his numbers from this past season, and extrapolate them out to a 16 game season, then he was on pace for 90 something catches, nearly a thousand yards, and 5 TD's.  And he had at least two long TD's call back on penalties as I recall.  And that's playing for the lowly Rams!!

If he can stay healthy with Brady throwing to him there is no reason he can't put up the kind of numbers Welker did.  And they got him for a very reasonable contract that leaves plenty of room for other moves.
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Posted: 3/13/2013 9:03 PM

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And here's another way to look at it.

They just traded Welker for Danny Amendola and a third round pick.  They will no doubt  get the highest level comp pick for losing Welker, and that's a third rounder.  They also get a younger guy that can put up similar numbers for the same or similar money and they get him for a longer term.  

I think it's a good move on it's own.  But whether or not it is a great move depends on what else they do.  They still need to rebuild the WR corps.  Just swapping Welker for Amendola is not enough.  If that's all they do, then they have made a mistake.  It's all the more urgent now to sign and/or draft a couple more quality receivers.
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Posted: 3/13/2013 9:10 PM

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I just dont get it.I dont get the contract and why didnt they just give Welker a2 year deal worth 14 or 12.This team needs more wr help.LLoyd is what he is.You gotta hokd ur breath that Amendola can stay healthy for 16 games along with Gronkowski.
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Posted: 3/13/2013 9:35 PM

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I think to understand the "why" we need to know why they were trying to reduce WW's role early last season. It could be as simple as WW was in BB's doghouse. Who knows? But this whole situation started last off-season.
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Posted: 3/13/2013 10:42 PM

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> "Another dumb move. Amendola has played 12 games in two years. He can't stay on the field, and even if he did he is half the player Welker is."


Exactly.  

Here it is The Patriots have the best slot receiver in NFL History, the most productive receiver in all of New England's history, a guy who has produced over 7000+ yards in 6 years, an annual Pro-Bowler, and a future Hall-of-Fame-er.  A guy who is also the most durable receiver around, and the most reliable.  And yet instead of paying him a mere bargain $6 million a year (which is less than what they paid him last season) ..... instead Belichick decides to pay out even more money to some half-assed, wannabe, injury-prone guy, Danny Amendola, who has only a mere 1700 yards of production over 4-seasons.  So you all got that?

Wes Welker:  7000+ yards  6 seasons; Pro-Bowler, Hall-of-Fame numbers
Belichick's choice:  1700 yards 4 seasons
Same money  (actually more money)

So the money was not the issue here, when Belichick is paying more money .... for significantly less.    The issue is that Bill Belichick is a baffoon.

He actually thinks that some guy with less than half of the production and durability of Wes Welker is yet somehow a better player ... and therefore worth more money and more respect -- than a proven NFL #1 producer.  

No other coach in the NFL would do this, and ever rate the great Wes Welker lower than some run-of-the-mill, injury-prone slot receiver Danny Amendola (a 1700-yard/4-season guy).   

So we will all now see Wes Welker go on and get his 1200 yards and 120 catches with QB Peyton Manning, while poor Tom Brady will be stuck with a guy that costs more money ... and does not get anywhere remotely close to that level of production, and rides the bench with injuries.

But it is even worse than this.    The great Wes Welker was a Playbook all to himself.  One of the things that made him so special was that he did not run designed routes.  He ran whatever the hell route he felt like ... depending on how the defensive coverage unfolded.  He would cut-left, cut-right, break-north, break-south, turn-back, turn-away, fade, reverse, come-back, etc.. all on instinct and make it all up fresh as he went along.  And would always find just the right soft spot in the coverage, no matter what the situation.   Few people can do that. That's why Tom Brady liked him so much, and why the ball always came to him.  And that's why Tom Brady cut his own pay, to try and keep him.  

A remarkable 72 of  Welker's 118 catches last year were for either TDs or 1st Downs.  Think about that!!   And your going to cut that guy, and replace him with what again?   And so Belichick has a rare receiver like this, and yet decides to just stiff him, make him a transparently cheapskate offer, and refuse to even match the very reasonable, non-extravagant offer from Denver at $6 Million,  and then pay even more money to a guy with only average capability (when healthy), and who has historical problems with injuries and fragility. 

Watch Denver now go 15 -1 next season, and easily win the AFC Championship.  Manning & Welker will be on the highlight replays week after week.

With blockhead moves like this, its hard to even support Belichick anymore.  The Patriots are a team in decline. Over the past 8 years, Belichick took a dynasty and his blunders have created one of the worst NFL Defenses in the league, and now he is also sabotaging the Offense as well with similar idiocy, and stripping-off  its production as well. 



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Tom Brady must be going crazy. He got shafted here.  He sacrificed his own contract situation in order to create extra CAP space for Welker.  For most of his career, Belichick has given Brady just 2nd-rate, no talent crap for receivers, and the few times when they had something special going......Belichick then just blew it up and put Brady in a position that most quarterbacks could not survive under. If I were Tom Brady, I'd demand to be traded, and refuse to show up for Training Camp.  They low balled Brady, and he fell for it ... and now they have taken away his one reliable security blanket.  
  
   
  




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Posted: 3/13/2013 10:51 PM

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Called it.
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Posted: 3/13/2013 10:51 PM

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LOL, I don't think DL has ever seen Amendola play.

Oh, and how many yards did Welker have in his first four seasons?  Things changed a lot for him when he joined the Pats.  Maybe let's see what this guy can do.  I mean he caught 85 passes in one year from Sam Bradford.   He'll catch a hundred easy from Brady, unless they do what we all hope they will do and add some other weapons to the mix.  The only risk is his injury history.
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Posted: 3/13/2013 10:53 PM

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"With blockhead moves like this, its hard to even support Belichick anymore.  The
Patriots are a team in decline. Over the past 8 years, Belichick's blunders have
created one of the worst NFL Defenses in the league, and now he
is also sabotaging the Offense as well with similar idiocy, and
stripping-off  its production as well"



Yeah DL they are a team in decline they have not won hardly any games in the past couple of years. Just because a team does not win the super bowl every year does not mean they are in decline. I guess like i said in anohter thread if you throw your crap at the wall enough it will eventually stick.







   

         

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Posted: 3/13/2013 10:59 PM

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(snicker) Yup, Brady is a clueless babe in the woods. No business sense at all. After 13 years with the Pats, of course he'd be completely surprised by this move. He should definitely demand to be traded as that's consistent with the pattern for making irrational knee-jerk decisions that we've witnessed for the last decade. (snicker)
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Posted: 3/13/2013 11:02 PM

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"Yeah DL they are a team in decline they have not won hardly any games in the past couple of years. Just because a team does not win the super bowl every year does not mean they are in decline."


Wrong.  
They have not won any games because of the greatness of Belichick's Defense.  
They have not won any games against Elite Teams (they play in a cream puff Division -- the AFC Least).

They have only won games at all, because Tom Brady (and also Welker) have been prolific enough to cover up all of the rest of Belichick's Team's deficiencies and inadequacies.  

Got that?

Now Pete Carroll built a World Class Seattle Defense in just 2 years, plus drafted a top-quality QB.   What the hell has Belichick done? ... other than just ride Tom Brady's coattails ... and reduce the talent level of the team?

You've got the 30th-ranked Pass Defense here.........and you're proud of that?  And now you just lost the Team's 2nd-best Player in Patriot's History  ... all for what?????

To defend this incompetence is blind.

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Posted: 3/13/2013 11:10 PM

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I did not say a damn thing about the defense. You said they were a team in decline and did not tie it to any one single thing. I disagree they are not a team in decline. Brady is not the entire team and never has been they win or lose as a team. I am done with your crap Dl. Your nonsense and speculation with cherry picked facts thrown in to suit your argument is getting boring and tiresome. No need to respond you are now on ignore.   
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"Yeah DL they are a team in decline they have not won hardly any games in the past couple of years. Just because a team does not win the super bowl every year does not mean they are in decline."

Wrong.   They have not won any games because of the greatness of Belichick's Defense.   They have only won games, because Tom Brady (and also Welker) have been prolific enough to cover up all of the rest of Belichick's Team's deficiencies and inadequacies.  

Got that?

Pete Carroll built a World Class Seattle Defense in just 2 years, plus drafted a top-quality QB.   What the hell has Belichick done ... other than ride Tom Brady's coattails ... and reduce the talent level of the team?

You've got the 30th-rank Pass Defense here.........and now you just lost their 2nd-best Player ... for what?????

To defend this incompetence is blind.







   

         

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Posted: 3/13/2013 11:14 PM

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On NFL Network's gameday show they have a segment I always like called Bold Predictions.

So I'm gonna give my own bold prediction right here now.  Here it is:

In the 2013 NFL season, Danny Amendola will finish with more catches and more yards receiving than Wes Welker!

How's that for a bold prediction.
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Posted: 3/13/2013 11:16 PM

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>  " OL, I don't think DL has ever seen Amendola play.  I mean he caught 85 passes in one year from Sam Bradford"

Yeah, and he only had just 600 yards in that same season...so no I'm not impressed with that.

But, as I accurately reported, he has had only 1700 yards total over his entire 4 NFL seasons.  How do you expect to get exited about that?

Welker was completely under utilized at Miami and they had no QB at all.  But even back then, Welker had no durability problems like Amendola clearly does.  


   
 

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Posted: 3/13/2013 11:18 PM

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Pats went 11-5 without Brady and played one of toughest schedules in football that year. Letting Welker go may be a blessing in disguise. Brady has gotten to safe with Welker. Instead of sitting in the pocket and throwing down-field, Brady gets the yips and dumps the ball down to Welker way to often. Now that Brady will be forced to throw the ball down field more this could work out well for the Pats. They just need to get a reciever like Jennings who can do that. I just hope they dont sign Cribbs and think he will be the answer.

And on another note, Welker lead the league in drop passes this season. Here are the first 4 years for each player:

                     Catches   yards  TDS
Welker                95        1121    1
Amendola            196       1726    7
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Posted: 3/13/2013 11:23 PM

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As I said if you've ever seen him play you'd know what kind of talent he has.  He missed a lot of time the last two years.  But he played all but two games his first two years.  And 85 catches for 600 plus yards is pretty good in my opinion from a second year slot receiver with a rookie QB on a terrible team.

But I should have known you'd have a built in excuse for why Welker's numbers were worse than Amendola's that somehow proves Welker is a better player.  It's ok.  Five years from now when Amendola's a free agent you'll be bitching about the Pats not paying him enough.
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Posted: 3/13/2013 11:24 PM

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> "In the 2013 NFL season, Danny Amendola will finish with more catches and more yards receiving than Wes Welker!"

LOL....if you think that Peyton Manning is not going have a field day with Wes Welker, then you are clueless.   Manning was probably even part of the negotiations.  Wes Welker will get his 1200 yards, and his 120 catches.  

Denver will walk away with the AFC Championship.

And Wes Welker, with his production level, is headed for the NFL Hall-of-Fame!
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Posted: 3/13/2013 11:26 PM

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You don't understand the concept of the "bold" prediction.  Welker will be competing for touches with two other very good WR's.  Amendola will simply be doing exactly what Welker did for the Pats.  He's basically the same player, only younger, with more speed, explosion, running ability, and BETTER HANDS!
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Posted: 3/13/2013 11:31 PM

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>  "Welker will be competing for touches with two other very good WR's"

Exactly.

Some GMs, like Denver's John Elway, know what they're doing and give their QBs top-notch talent to work with.  And that's why I'd much rather be in Peyton Manning's shoes..than in Tom Brady's shoes.

Brady has very little to work with here in comparison to Manning.

  
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Posted: 3/13/2013 11:38 PM

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Yep, we agree on that.  But the offseason just started.  They still need to rebuild the rest of the WR's.  Jennings would be a great addition to go with Amendola.  But the dollars the Packers are reportedly offering him are probably going to be tough for the Pats to match.  So it does remain to be seen.  If they can get upgrades over Branch and Lloyd, and draft a good young WR or two, then this could all turn out very well.  If all they do come away with is Amendola, then they haven't done their job.

I know you don't agree, but I do believe that losing Welker can be a good thing if they can replace him with more than one quality talent.  Then the offense isn't so dependent on one guy.  They have started that process.  Hopefully they are not finished.
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Posted: 3/13/2013 11:47 PM

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I will hold myu breath when Amendola takes that big hit.I wonder about his durability.They might have to add another slot guy through the draft. They need to add 2 more wrs i feel at least.Someone that can actually separate and get deep. Gotta resign Talib.Idk what to think of BB anymore.I wonder sometimes if he outsmarts himself.
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Posted: 3/13/2013 11:50 PM

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PS/ Elway is a hosepail. (Extra credit if you know what TV show that's from.)
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Posted: 3/14/2013 1:43 AM

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Couldn`t have said it any better MY MAN. BB thinks he some kind of a GOD and RK is enamored with this numnut. This is why he won`t sign any good assistant coach`s, he doesn`t want to be shown up by them. You know damn well those cheap rats aren`t going to  resign Talib or Volmer. 

If I were Brady, I would retire and then see if he could hook up with a contender and maybe get his 4th chip that way. It`s not happening in NE!
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Exactly.  

Here it is The Patriots have the best slot receiver in NFL History, the most productive receiver in all of New England's history, a guy who has produced over 7000+ yards in 6 years, an annual Pro-Bowler, and a future Hall-of-Fame-er.  A guy who is also the most durable receiver around, and the most reliable.  And yet instead of paying him a mere bargain $6 million a year (which is less than what they paid him last season) ..... instead Belichick decides to pay out even more money to some half-assed, wannabe, injury-prone guy, Danny Amendola, who has only a mere 1700 yards of production over 4-seasons.  So you all got that?

Wes Welker:  7000+ yards  6 seasons; Pro-Bowler, Hall-of-Fame numbers
Belichick's choice:  1700 yards 4 seasons
Same money  (actually more money)

So the money was not the issue here, when Belichick is paying more money .... for significantly less.    The issue is that Bill Belichick is a baffoon.

He actually thinks that some guy with less than half of the production and durability of Wes Welker is yet somehow a better player ... and therefore worth more money and more respect -- than a proven NFL #1 producer.  

No other coach in the NFL would do this, and ever rate the great Wes Welker lower than some run-of-the-mill, injury-prone slot receiver Danny Amendola (a 1700-yard/4-season guy).   

So we will all now see Wes Welker go on and get his 1200 yards and 120 catches with QB Peyton Manning, while poor Tom Brady will be stuck with a guy that costs more money ... and does not get anywhere remotely close to that level of production, and rides the bench with injuries.

But it is even worse than this.    The great Wes Welker was a Playbook all to himself.  One of the things that made him so special was that he did not run designed routes.  He ran whatever the hell route he felt like ... depending on how the defensive coverage unfolded.  He would cut-left, cut-right, break-north, break-south, turn-back, turn-away, fade, reverse, come-back, etc.. all on instinct and make it all up fresh as he went along.  And would always find just the right soft spot in the coverage, no matter what the situation.   Few people can do that. That's why Tom Brady liked him so much, and why the ball always came to him.  And that's why Tom Brady cut his own pay, to try and keep him.  

A remarkable 72 of  Welker's 118 catches last year were for either TDs or 1st Downs.  Think about that!!   And your going to cut that guy, and replace him with what again?   And so Belichick has a rare receiver like this, and yet decides to just stiff him, make him a transparently cheapskate offer, and refuse to even match the very reasonable, non-extravagant offer from Denver at $6 Million,  and then pay even more money to a guy with only average capability (when healthy), and who has historical problems with injuries and fragility. 

Watch Denver now go 15 -1 next season, and easily win the AFC Championship.  Manning & Welker will be on the highlight replays week after week.

With blockhead moves like this, its hard to even support Belichick anymore.  The Patriots are a team in decline. Over the past 8 years, Belichick took a dynasty and his blunders have created one of the worst NFL Defenses in the league, and now he is also sabotaging the Offense as well with similar idiocy, and stripping-off  its production as well. 



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Tom Brady must be going crazy. He got shafted here.  He sacrificed his own contract situation in order to create extra CAP space for Welker.  For most of his career, Belichick has given Brady just 2nd-rate, no talent crap for receivers, and the few times when they had something special going......Belichick then just blew it up and put Brady in a position that most quarterbacks could not survive under. If I were Tom Brady, I'd demand to be traded, and refuse to show up for Training Camp.  They low balled Brady, and he fell for it ... and now they have taken away his one reliable security blanket.  
  
   
  




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Posted: 3/14/2013 5:21 AM

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I find it interesting that everyone keeps saying " Oh all we need to do is draft a good wide receiver or two and we will be fine." Really? Is everyone forgetting that the Patriot's CAN'T draft wide receivers? The last good receiver we drafted was Deion Branch, and, in case everyone forgets, they let him go. Why does everyone all of a sudden think we are going to draft good receivers? Why is it going to change? I really don't understand it.
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Posted: 3/14/2013 8:48 AM

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Jimbothekid wrote: Another dumb move. Amendola has played 12 games in two years. He can't stay on the field, and even if he did he is half the player Welker is. Among Amendola, Hernandez and Gronk they have three receivers on offense that can't seem to stay on the field. Brady will literally be throwing to NOBODY half way into next season. I'm sure he is thrilled. Another brilliant move by the "genius" and the "greatest team owner the world has ever seen".

Kid ~ I can see you are pizzed too. Did they sign a replacement or, add to the players who can't stay on the field?
Funny. I read DA's stats very recently and said to myself, geeze, sure hope they don't go after this guy. This guy has not been off the field rather, has mastered the art of "just mail me the check".  On the more realistic side, Welker came over from Miami and he was a little known, journeyman (on a good day) WR.

 

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Posted: 3/14/2013 10:30 AM

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Of course I am angry User....I think many are. I think they did both, getting a replacement and another guy that won't stay on the field. However, I wouldn't say Welker was little known in Miami. He did have 67 catches one year with Joey Harrington at QB. It is just more of the same User. It isn't going to stop.

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Jimbothekid wrote: Another dumb move. Amendola has played 12 games in two years. He can't stay on the field, and even if he did he is half the player Welker is. Among Amendola, Hernandez and Gronk they have three receivers on offense that can't seem to stay on the field. Brady will literally be throwing to NOBODY half way into next season. I'm sure he is thrilled. Another brilliant move by the "genius" and the "greatest team owner the world has ever seen".
Kid ~ I can see you are pizzed too. Did they sign a replacement or, add to the players who can't stay on the field?
Funny. I read DA's stats very recently and said to myself, geeze, sure hope they don't go after this guy. This guy has not been off the field rather, has mastered the art of "just mail me the check".  On the more realistic side, Welker came over from Miami and he was a little known, journeyman (on a good day) WR.

 



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Posted: 3/14/2013 10:37 AM

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Well you can be angry all you want and all you are doing is stressing yourself out. The deal is done and over with now and there is nothing left to do but have some faith or cry about it for a few more weeks.

Unless someone has some awesome precognitive abilities or a magic crystal ball sitting around somewhere no one knows how this will work out so instead of hollering about it lets see how it works out this coming season. Then when the season is over and done with you can either eat crow because you were wrong or come back and rub everyones face in it about how this one choice ruined the entire Patriots organization.
Jimbothekid wrote: Of course I am angry User....I think many are. I think they did both, getting a replacement and another guy that won't stay on the field. However, I wouldn't say Welker was little known in Miami. He did have 67 catches one year with Joey Harrington at QB. It is just more of the same User. It isn't going to stop.

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Jimbothekid wrote: Another dumb move. Amendola has played 12 games in two years. He can't stay on the field, and even if he did he is half the player Welker is. Among Amendola, Hernandez and Gronk they have three receivers on offense that can't seem to stay on the field. Brady will literally be throwing to NOBODY half way into next season. I'm sure he is thrilled. Another brilliant move by the "genius" and the "greatest team owner the world has ever seen".
Kid ~ I can see you are pizzed too. Did they sign a replacement or, add to the players who can't stay on the field?
Funny. I read DA's stats very recently and said to myself, geeze, sure hope they don't go after this guy. This guy has not been off the field rather, has mastered the art of "just mail me the check".  On the more realistic side, Welker came over from Miami and he was a little known, journeyman (on a good day) WR.

 



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Posted: 3/14/2013 11:03 AM

Re: Danny Amendola 


^^^
Party-pooper.....lol
Personalities come out when there's uncertainty in the air.
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