I'm good on that little midget. Never forget what he said when he left here. "It's good to finally be playing for a real franchise" or something to that effect. ****em.
He's an old man! He needs a cane to walk up the field.
Any time you try to win everything, you must be willing to lose everything. Larry Csonka
[QUOTE=dlockz;1064456747]Yea deion branch and gaffney are so good they make him a 110 catch receiver thats rediculous give the man some damn credit[/QU
Sorry man. I would not feel so good about Miami having Welker as the guy "to take pressure" off the other receivers. He is not a number 1. Has nothing to do with numbers although I will always argue he is a product of the his system. Lol like how you are overlooking Randy Moss and Gronk. I think that is ridiculous or in your words rediculous!lol
How many times has he ever had 10+ tds in a season? That would be NEVER. Ya he is the man in NE.lol
I don't think Welker will go anywhere after this season. Patriots will work out a deal with him. He is just too valuable to their offense.
He extends drives and allows them to score more points because of the 1st downs which results in more wins.
Before Welker arrived (2001-2006) the Patriots had a record of 70-26 (72.9%) and scored 23.9 points per game on offense.
After Welker arrived (2007-present) the Patriots have a record of 67-18 (78.8%) and scored 30.8 points per game on offense.
7 extra wins and almost a TD a game improvement since Welker arrived. We should have never traded him to the Patriots.
He has helped them become almost unstoppable.
As a player I'd certainly take him back here at the Dolphins. Four of his five seasons at the Pats has resulted in over 1,000 receiving yards, and he typically does well with TDs as well. The only issue I'd have is that he fell out with the Pats over wanting a large contract. So would the Dolphins actually want to pay him a large contract at his age?
I'm unsure. If he was coming in on Reggie Bush type money, then I'd say sure get him signed up. But if he's wanting a big pay day, then I think there are other receivers that will hit free agency that might provide better value. He'd be a heck of an asset though, but he wasn't exactly complementary about the team when he left.
I'd take one of the 2 WVU receivers Austin or Bailey.