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    belichek crying about welker

    i love it.
    you gave a big F you to wes when you made that pathetic offer last off season so he took his skills to denver. welker then proceeds to shove it up your ass by accidentally taking out one of your guys enroute to the superbowl.
    bill calls it a deliberate attempt to injury..................F you cheater.
    not one analyst giving it any credibility................lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by squidkid View Post
    i love it.
    you gave a big F you to wes when you made that pathetic offer last off season so he took his skills to denver. welker then proceeds to shove it up your ass by accidentally taking out one of your guys enroute to the superbowl.
    bill calls it a deliberate attempt to injury..................F you cheater.
    not one analyst giving it any credibility................lol
    Any links to this? I like to read more. There seems to be some bad blood between Welker and Belichick that lead to his departure - more than just money. I'd like to know more about what it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eich View Post
    Any links to this? I like to read more. There seems to be some bad blood between Welker and Belichick that lead to his departure - more than just money. I'd like to know more about what it is.
    This is the story on that. WW said that leading up to his departure, BB started ripping on WW in front of the team, and that he had not ever done that. Reading between the lines, WW wanted market value for his services and the Patriots view players like that as not being "team Pat" guys. Once players, who command top $, stick to their guns and expect the Pats to pay it or lose them, the team - and owner - take that as not wanting to be part of that team, as they feel it takes sacrifice from all to stay a contender. Remember when they shipped out Seymore, in his prime, to the Raiders? Why? Because he let it be known he wanted top market value his next contract. They are offended by that. Do they have the right to be? That's a matter of opinion. But even the great Tom Brady settled for less $ than he could get in the open market. Since WW stuck to his guns, they got pissed off. Meanwhile, didn't they pay Amendola about the same $ that WW got? And that guy has never stayed healthy for a season.

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    Here is a link:

    http://bostonherald.com/sports/patri...ed_aqib_talibs

    I watched the play, a link is below. A case can be made for offensive pass interference, but it didn't look like a dirty hit.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZQU8nrtyL4

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillyesq View Post
    Here is a link:

    http://bostonherald.com/sports/patri...ed_aqib_talibs

    I watched the play, a link is below. A case can be made for offensive pass interference, but it didn't look like a dirty hit.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZQU8nrtyL4
    Other than picking him before the ball got to the WR, it looked like a harmless hit to me.

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    The problem is Belichek believes all the BS the analysts pile on him and has a sense of entitlement. He probably sees the end of an era coming at him
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    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...hitting-talib/

    Belichick tees off on Welker for hitting Talib
    Posted by Mike Florio on January 20, 2014, 9:12 AM EST
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    In the first half of New Englandís loss at Denver, Broncos receiver Wes Welker flattened Patriots cornerback Aqib Talib on an apparent pick play, knocking New Englandís best defensive back out of the game.

    Welker claimed that he didnít intend to hit Talib. Patriots coach Bill Belichick feels otherwise. Strongly.

    ďIt is a deliberate play by the receiver to take out Aqib,Ē Belichick told reporters Monday morning. ďNo attempt to get open. And Iíll let the league handle the discipline on that play. Itís not for me to decide, but itís one of the worst plays Iíve seen. And thatís all Iím going to say about that.Ē

    He said plenty. Belichick essentially accused his former star slot wideout of being dirty ó of intentionally and deliberately delivering an illegal hit that caused injury. It was so bad and so blatant in Belichickís view that he expects discipline will be imposed by the league office.

    Some will say itís sour grapes from a coach who would have loved to have Welker this season. Others will say Belichick was merely calling it like he sees it.

    Either way, itís surely not the last that will be said about the play, or about Belichickís reaction to it.
    LMMFAO! I love this. Did yinz see Brady run off the field after the game without shaking any hands? Last night was the highlight of this whole dismal season. F U Cheaters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jooser View Post
    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...hitting-talib/



    LMMFAO! I love this. Did yinz see Brady run off the field after the game without shaking any hands?
    Pretty sure I saw him go congratulate Peyton after the game.

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    do you think that play was dirtier than stealing plays, bill?
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    Quote Originally Posted by squidkid View Post
    do you think that play was dirtier than stealing plays, bill?
    I hate a sore loser as much as the next guy, but I don't think stealing plays was such a bad thing. I'm sure everyone tries to do it to some degree. The Pats just took it a little further than everyone else thought to try.

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