PDA

View Full Version : Wes Welker - Broncos


Vis
03-13-2013, 03:05 PM
Broncos having “serious talks” with Wes Welker

Posted by Michael David Smith on March 13, 2013, 2:52 PM EDT
http://nbcprofootballtalk.files.wordpress.com/2012/09/x350-34-e1347392120674.jpg?w=216 APWes Welker (http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/2964/wes-welker) may be ready to go from Tom Brady (http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/1163/tom-brady) to Peyton Manning (http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/1493/peyton-manning).
Welker, the free agent receiver who appears to be far apart in his contract talks with the Patriots, is now in “serious talks” with the Broncos, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Although wide receiver isn’t necessarily a position of need for the Broncos, who already have Demaryius Thomas (http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/5700/demaryius-thomas) and Eric Decker (http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/5819/eric-decker), they surely wouldn’t mind adding a slog receiver like Welker, who has topped 110 catches in five of the last six seasons. Last year’s No. 3 receiver, Brandon Stokley (http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/1501/brandon-stokley), is an unrestricted free agent, and bringing in Welker while losing Stokley would be an upgrade for the Broncos’ offense.
Stealing Welker away from New England would carry the added benefit for the Broncos of weakening one of their biggest rivals for the AFC title.
It’s also possible that seeing what the interest level is from other teams is just what both Welker and the Patriots need to work out a deal of their own. So it’s no sure thing that Welker will leave New England. But if he does, Denver is looking like a strong possibility.

steelax04
03-13-2013, 03:58 PM
Vis, you're turning into TMZ with these ambiguous headlines in your threads... just looking for that readership, I see. :chuckle:

NSMaster56
03-13-2013, 04:55 PM
Can Welker play RB?

Lokki
03-13-2013, 04:56 PM
According to Adam Schefter, Wes Welker has agreed to terms with Denver Broncos.

Buddha Bus
03-13-2013, 05:02 PM
Wes Welker, Denver Broncos agree to two-year contract
NFL.com
Published: March 13, 2013 at 04:55 p.m.

In a free agency shocker, Wes Welker has agreed to a two-year contract with the Denver Broncos, Albert Breer reported Wednesday.

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000150435/article/wes-welker-denver-broncos-agree-to-twoyear-contract

TRH
03-13-2013, 05:04 PM
2 yrs/12 million. And its a perfect place for him to go. Brady was vocal about wanting to keep him and can't be happy at ALL right now

GMU Steeler
03-13-2013, 05:07 PM
So much for Brady's "discount."

Buddha Bus
03-13-2013, 05:07 PM
I was listening to sports talk radio today and they were saying how it's an absolute match made in Heaven. Welker is a receiver who only likes running 7 yard routes, and Manning is a QB who can only throw 7 yards now. Perfect! :chuckle:

Lokki
03-13-2013, 05:12 PM
I was listening to sports talk radio today and they were saying how it's an absolute match made in Heaven. Welker is a receiver who only likes running 7 yard routes, and Manning is a QB who can only throw 7 yards now. Perfect! :chuckle:

:sofunny::sofunny:

Fire Haley
03-13-2013, 05:20 PM
Pats board just crashed - wonder what could have happened?

JonM229
03-13-2013, 05:21 PM
Well, this certainly adds a new wrinkle to the Manning-Brady rivalry

harrison'samonster
03-13-2013, 05:23 PM
Denver plays at New England this year. That already would have been one of the most talked up games of the season. Denver also plays at Indy this year, but that won't be such a big deal

Fire Haley
03-13-2013, 05:45 PM
Brady is gonna be pissed - that's his boy

cowherpower
03-13-2013, 07:55 PM
lol, Welker needs to fire his agent for accepting 2 years 12 million while Danny Almendola gets 5 years 31 million to replace him. This is shocking. So glad to see Pats making more stupid decisions.

tony hipchest
03-13-2013, 08:40 PM
brady gets danny amendola who will be younger, cheaper, and better. Pats win again.

what we learn in free agency is that mike wallace is worth more than wes welker and anquan boldin COMBINED (2 receivers who have ironically played in teh last two AFCC games).

jacobo
03-13-2013, 08:54 PM
lol, Welker needs to fire his agent for accepting 2 years 12 million while Danny Almendola gets 5 years 31 million to replace him. This is shocking. So glad to see Pats making more stupid decisions.


except amendola's a better player at this point. Welker was much more of a product of the offense than actually being a playmaker on his own. Brady made the dude. He's a good route runner with decents hands and that's pretty much it. Amendola is that plus he's a good deep threat. and younger. Pats win

tony hipchest
03-13-2013, 10:09 PM
welker was self made in miami.

thats why the pats traded a 2nd and 5th round pick for him in the 1st place. the patriots dominant 3X sb champ defense couldnt stop him.... belichick couldnt figure out how to contain him.

Bane
03-13-2013, 11:00 PM
Now the Broncs have DRC. They're going for it all this year, it seems.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/03/13/broncos-bag-dominique-rodgers-cromartie/

tony hipchest
03-14-2013, 12:50 AM
Now the Broncs have DRC. ]

??? :huh:

dominic rogers-cromartie isnt worthy of being refered to with 3 initials.

i mean if i read LT i will probably think of lawrence taylor, maybe ladainian tomlinson.

when i see LBJ im kinda thinkin labron james.

DRC??? is he the one with or without the 14 illigitimate children?

harrison'samonster
03-14-2013, 12:59 AM
??? :huh:

dominic rogers-cromartie isnt worthy of being refered to with 3 initials.

i mean if i read LT i will probably think of lawrence taylor, maybe ladainian tomlinson.

when i see LBJ im kinda thinkin labron james.

DRC??? is he the one with or without the 14 illigitimate children?

in his defense DRC is a lot easier to type. When I see LT I always think of tomlinson. FDR is a minor character who feuds with Kramer on the show Seinfeld.
OJ is the drink not the killer.

MasterOfPuppets
03-14-2013, 01:25 AM
??? :huh:


when i see LBJ im kinda thinkin labron james.


:noidea:
http://www-tc.pbs.org/wgbh/americanexperience/media/uploads/films/heroImages/lbj_film_landing.jpg

kan_t
03-14-2013, 02:19 AM
brady gets danny amendola who will be younger, cheaper, and better. Pats win again.

what we learn in free agency is that mike wallace is worth more than wes welker and anquan boldin COMBINED (2 receivers who have ironically played in teh last two AFCC games).Amendola is younger. But he needs to stay on the field first before thinking about being better than Welker.

Vis
03-14-2013, 07:27 AM
lol, Welker needs to fire his agent for accepting 2 years 12 million while Danny Almendola gets 5 years 31 million to replace him. This is shocking. So glad to see Pats making more stupid decisions.


Welker will get the $12M. Almendola won't see the end of his contract, he'll be renegotiated or cut.

Vis
03-14-2013, 07:47 AM
"I told myself I wouldn't cry"..It's bad enough you left but to play with Peyton? ...(Sniffle)...

https://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash4/484379_10151534116749309_819050396_n.jpg

Atlanta Dan
03-14-2013, 09:29 AM
what we learn in free agency is that mike wallace is worth more than wes welker and anquan boldin COMBINED (2 receivers who have ironically played in teh last two AFCC games).

Yep - free agency math where nothing adds up when teams want to make a splash by signing some high profile FA immediately

This article sums it up'

The Dumbest Day of the NFL Year

Risky big-money contracts? It must be the first day of free agency in football

http://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/9046691/bill-barnwell-first-day-nfl-free-agency

MasterOfPuppets
03-14-2013, 12:52 PM
Tom Brady should feel burned by Patriots passing on Wes Welker for Danny Amendola

Well, so much for charity.
Last month, when Tom Brady agreed to a three-year, $27-million contract extension that dropped his future salaries well below market value, I wondered whether the New England Patriots would honor their end of the bargain (http://yhoo.it/WgOhhE) by spending that savings on assembling and retaining a strong supporting cast.
On Wednesday, we got our first and most resounding answer: not so much. The news that Wes Welker signed a two-year, $12 million contract (http://yhoo.it/ZIPWJQ) with the Denver Broncos ensured that Brady, according to someone close to the future Hall of Fame quarterback, "will feel like he's been pierced in the heart."
Tom Brady (R) talks to Wes Welker before the AFC title game. (AP)Other than that, I think Brady is pretty thrilled that his favorite target — and one of his closest friends — will now be catching passes from Peyton Manning, the only man who rivals him as the best player of the 21st century.
That the Patriots responded Wednesday evening by signing (http://yhoo.it/X8gu5x) former St. Louis Rams receiver Danny Amendola to a reported five-year, $31-million contract will be of small consolation to Brady. Welker was his guy, and Amendola, though younger and similar in stature and playing style, hasn't been nearly as productive as the man he'll be replacing.
Welker's departure will be especially jarring to Brady given the obvious conclusion that the Patriots, who paid Welker $9.3 million last season via the terms of the franchise tag, lowballed the receiver in negotiations that broke off shortly after Tuesday's official start of the league year. The Pats seemed to be daring Welker to test the market, and he took the dare.
The fact that he accepted such a relatively modest deal with the Broncos means that either it was better than New England's offer, or that he was insulted by a comparable offer from the Pats and decided to bolt as a matter of principle.
Either way, the irony can't be lost on Brady: Manning, the one NFL superstar no one could ever imagine accepting a penny less than market value, will be the guy zipping spirals to the most productive receiver Brady has ever known.
So why, again, did Brady do his bosses a solid by agreeing to that extension?
Brady, who is out of the country and could not be reached for comment, is likely pondering that same question.
Remember that Patriots owner Robert Kraft was the one who approached Brady about the extension on a flight from Boston to Los Angeles, reasoning that such an adjustment would allow the franchise to "build a team (http://bit.ly/XO2ssZ)" capable of contending under the current salary-cap constraints. Brady bought into that logic, accepting an extra $3 million in short-term money and some semi-enticing guarantees in exchange for taking less than half of what he'll likely be worth in 2015, '16 and '17.
If your quarterback made that type of gesture, would you pay a little extra to ensure that his BFF and ever-present receiving threat remained in the fold? If you're Kraft, who has built a highly successful operation based on a disciplined philosophy of player valuation, I believe you might be willing to bend the rules a bit to get Welker re-signed.
If you're Bill Belichick, however, I think you're quite comfortable telling the shifty wideout to hit the road. And since Kraft tends to trust his coach and de facto general manager on these matters, that meant Brady's wishes were destined to become a secondary concern.
It's not as though the Pats can't try to make it up to Brady later — and the signing of Amendola, at a higher per-year rate than Welker commanded from the Broncos, was certainly a start. Before that the Pats, as per custom, hadn't exactly been aggressive players in the early days of free agency.
Yet the loss of Welker, who had already traveled to Los Angeles this offseason to spend time working out (and hanging out) with Brady, was particularly painful, and not just because he caught 672 passes during his six years in New England.
For all the talk about tight ends Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez, and for all the hype surrounding last year's free-agent signing of Brandon Lloyd (a favorite of offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels), Welker was Brady's comfort zone. Even if Amendola, who has never caught more than 85 passes in a season, proves to be a capable replacement, Brady will inevitably be unnerved by Welker's absence.
[More: Pro Bowl safety Dashon Goldson joins Bucs (http://yhoo.it/Ybohj7)]
Symbolically, it's also quite a blow. Remember, this has happened before. In 2005, Brady signed a below-market deal geared toward ensuring the Pats would remain competitive — one he ended up resenting (http://bit.ly/YpmCZw) as the years progressed.
One reason Brady was bothered by the fact that he'd taken less was that he didn't notice a commensurate fiscal aggressiveness on the franchise's side. That point was driven home in the summer of 2006 when his good friend and then-favorite receiver, Deion Branch, engaged in a contract dispute with the team that ultimately resulted in his being traded to the Seattle Seahawks.
Brady was furious (http://yhoo.it/bP5mwq) about the team's unwillingness to pay Branch. He had a right to be even madder after his team suffered a narrow 2006 AFC championship game defeat (http://bit.ly/XAKE4z) to Manning and the Indianapolis Colts, a game in which the presence of another receiving threat might have put New England over the top.
I broached all of these subjects, by the way, in the wake of Brady's extension last month. I hate to say "I told you so" — and, point of full disclosure, Brady is one of the NFL stars I most enjoy covering, just as Kraft is among my favorite owners — but at this point, it's tough not to think in those terms.
Peyton Manning (R), talking with Eric Decker, gets yet another receiving threat in Denver. (AP)Either Brady is a candidate for believing that gullible is not in the dictionary, or he agreed to the extension knowing that losing Welker was a possibility. If the latter is true, I have a feeling he's already second-guessing his decision.
"He's got so much pressure on his shoulders now — again," said the person close to Brady. "If the offense doesn't perform at a high level, they're screwed. This is unbelievable. It's hard not to feel like they've sold him out."
To be fair, this does not mean that Brady himself believes the team has done him dirty. Either way, the man is a true professional, and he'll surely swallow whatever anger he might harbor toward his employers and do what he always does: Devote 100 percent of his effort to trying to win as many football games as possible, now and forevermore.
So, in that sense, the Patriots might end up winning — especially if they figure out a way over the next several months to assemble an upgraded, Super Bowl-caliber roster for 2013.
On the other hand, when your team leader feels as though he's been pierced through the heart, the possibilities for resentment and disconnectedness become greater, and adverse circumstances tend to bring out the enmity on both sides. If the sight of Welker catching passes from Manning corresponds with a rough patch for the Pats in 2013, don't think Brady won't experience some very human emotions that aren't necessarily productive in that context.
In the meantime, as I wrote a few weeks ago, the Pats are on the clock. My advice to the Krafts, and to Belichick, is to start spending some of that salary-cap cash that Brady was implored to leave on the table.
Until then, the quarterback has a right to feel betrayed. And having lost his favorite target to an underwhelming offer from a rival for AFC supremacy, it's hard for Brady not to make an obvious and painful connection: The future Hall of Fame quarterback who took every last penny was the one who ended up with the star wideout the Pats wouldn't pay.

JonM229
03-14-2013, 02:01 PM
My favorite comment regarding this story:

New England signed him to a 5 year deal. Or as Danny Amendola calls it: 17 games.

Atlanta Dan
03-14-2013, 02:02 PM
Tom Brady should feel burned by Patriots passing on Wes Welker for Danny Amendola

Brady being advised by Belichick that giving a hometown discount does not mean the Pats intend to spend it on signing Welker

http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRf3d8FKoAIbvUcvZhjjBsmhRmtBg7FW aGNjGVWuNBLQD8doc9Pug

Vis
03-14-2013, 02:13 PM
Patriots did Amendola deal before Welker signed with Broncos
Posted by Darin Gantt on March 14, 2013, 2:09 PM EDT


Signing Danny Amendola appeared to be a reflex move by the Patriots, after Wes Welker bolted for the Broncos.

But according to Tom Curran of Comcast Sportsnet, the Patriots actually made their move first, signing Amendola Tuesday, a day before Welker agreed to his Denver deal.

The Welker news came first, creating the impression of a counter-move.

But once Welker turned down their offer and tested the market when it opened Tuesday, the Patriots went ahead with the Rams free agent.

While this news changes the narrative, it doesn’t change the basic facts in the case — the Pats made Welker an offer, he didn’t like it, so both sides moved on.

Blackout
03-15-2013, 01:55 AM
brady gets danny amendola who will be younger, cheaper, and better. Pats win again.

what we learn in free agency is that mike wallace is worth more than wes welker and anquan boldin COMBINED (2 receivers who have ironically played in teh last two AFCC games).

Pretty much this. Pats are so damn lucky.

PATS16N0
03-16-2013, 01:15 PM
Appreciate everything Welker did. He was a favorite in New England and everyone loved him.

But now that he's gone...
He did choke hard multiple times and one of them cost us a Superbowl win.

The man moves the chain all season long and then when it's all on the line he whiffs.
Don't understand it.

But now the biggest play off choke artist WR is playing with the biggest post season QB choker of all time. Match made in heaven. If the Broncos overcome Manning's 3 divisional round 1st half interceptions, Welker can just drop the game winning catch.

Ricco Suavez
03-16-2013, 01:36 PM
Appreciate everything Welker did. He was a favorite in New England and everyone loved him.

But now that he's gone...
He did choke hard multiple times and one of them cost us a Superbowl win.

The man moves the chain all season long and then when it's all on the line he whiffs.
Don't understand it.

But now the biggest play off choke artist WR is playing with the biggest post season QB choker of all time. Match made in heaven. If the Broncos overcome Manning's 3 divisional round 1st half interceptions, Welker can just drop the game winning catch.

Not going to say it was an uncatchable ball, but your man Brady deserves some of that CHOKE. The ball was high and behind, not the easiest catch. Welkler catches it and Brady is a hero, he does not make the catch and Brady shares no blame, PUHLEESE!!

jacobo
03-16-2013, 03:03 PM
It was a bad play on both their parts

harrison'samonster
03-16-2013, 04:14 PM
Welker didn't cost you guys a SB, Eli Manning beat you.

mikegrimey
03-16-2013, 05:45 PM
Appreciate everything Welker did. He was a favorite in New England and everyone loved him.

But now that he's gone...
He did choke hard multiple times and one of them cost us a Superbowl win.

The man moves the chain all season long and then when it's all on the line he whiffs.
Don't understand it.

But now the biggest play off choke artist WR is playing with the biggest post season QB choker of all time. Match made in heaven. If the Broncos overcome Manning's 3 divisional round 1st half interceptions, Welker can just drop the game winning catch.

Not that Welker hasn't dropped his fair share of important passes the last couple of years, but the biggest WR choker in the postseason is Marvin Harrison, the disparity between his regular season dominance and post season play is astonishing.

Blacksburg Zach
03-16-2013, 08:39 PM
Welker didn't cost you guys a SB, Eli Manning beat you.

I'd say the New York Giants defense holding the Patriots offense to 17 points helped as well. Mario Manningham's epic sideline catch on the Giants' final drive was also quite significant. Eli Manning did not beat the Patriots on his own. The New York Giants as a team beat the New England Patriots.

harrison'samonster
03-16-2013, 08:42 PM
I'd say the New York Giants defense holding the Patriots offense to 17 points helped as well. Mario Manningham's epic sideline catch on the Giants' final drive was also quite significant. Eli Manning did not beat the Patriots on his own. The New York Giants as a team beat the New England Patriots.

:chuckle: I just like to point out that Manning beat Brady twice in the SB. Don't spoil my fun lol.

patsfaninpittsburgh
03-17-2013, 03:22 PM
Welker didn't cost you guys a SB, Eli Manning beat you.

...........because Wes dropped the pass.

He catches the pass....GAME OVER.

Reality.........even if it bursts your bubble.

Besides the bigger issue isn't Wes...it's the reality of keeping both Gronk and AHern healthy through the season AND through the playoffs.

The last two Lombardi's do not reside at Patriot Place because of this problem.

Sanders look like he may be part of the solution.

fansince'76
03-17-2013, 03:50 PM
...........because Wes dropped the pass.

He catches the pass....GAME OVER.

Reality.........even if it bursts your bubble..

And if Lee Evans holds on, you don't even make it to that game to begin with.

If if's and buts were candy and nuts, we'd all have a Merry Xmas.

harrison'samonster
03-17-2013, 03:52 PM
...........because Wes dropped the pass.

He catches the pass....GAME OVER.

Reality.........even if it bursts your bubble.

Besides the bigger issue isn't Wes...it's the reality of keeping both Gronk and AHern healthy through the season AND through the playoffs.

The last two Lombardi's do not reside at Patriot Place because of this problem.

Sanders look like he may be part of the solution.

hahahaha. don't give me those if's. Eli beat you guys twice in the SB. That's your legacy, post cheating-dynasty.

patsfaninpittsburgh
03-17-2013, 04:02 PM
And if Lee Evans holds on, you don't even make it to that game to begin with.

If if's and buts were candy and nuts, we'd all have a Merry Xmas.

Yeah........and IF only Moore didn't knock it out of Evans hands he might have really held onto the ball.

Believe it or not....actually knowing what happened matters. Likewise, understanding the difference between a "drop" and "defensive play" actually helps. I realize that might be a lil too much to expect but maybe just try?

Also

Try to pay attention to the thread.

It's...like......about...Welker. That's what kinda makes the game deciding drop like pertinent.

patsfaninpittsburgh
03-17-2013, 04:10 PM
hahahaha. don't give me those if's. Eli beat you guys twice in the SB. That's your legacy, post cheating-dynasty.

You do realize "Spygate" happened to allow a more manageable, TV friendly 2004 AFCCG beatdown?

Without knowing the signals, a 50-3 hammering would have been inevitable. Who wants to watch that?

Why else were the post 2004 beatdowns even more brutal? Does that make for great televiision "rivalry"?

It was Taglibue's version of the mercy rule.

fansince'76
03-17-2013, 04:12 PM
Yeah........and IF only Moore didn't knock it out of Evans hands he might have really held onto the ball.

Believe it or not....actually knowing what happened matters. Likewise, understanding the difference between a "drop" and "defensive play" actually helps. I realize that might be a lil too much to expect but maybe just try?

Also

Try to pay attention to the thread.

It's...like......about...Welker. That's what kinda makes the game deciding drop like pertinent.

You're the one who came here making lame ass excuses. I'm just trying to keep up. Feel free to run along and go beat it to your Brady fathead now...

harrison'samonster
03-17-2013, 04:24 PM
You do realize "Spygate" happened to allow a more manageable, TV friendly 2004 AFCCG beatdown?

Without knowing the signals, a 50-3 hammering would have been inevitable. Who wants to watch that?

Why else were the post 2004 beatdowns even more brutal? Does that make for great televiision "rivalry"?

It was Taglibue's version of the mercy rule.

more if's, could haves, and would haves. Eli beat you guys in the two SB's you didn't cheat in. Nice legacy!

patsfaninpittsburgh
03-17-2013, 04:44 PM
You're the one who came here making lame ass excuses. I'm just trying to keep up. Feel free to run along and go beat it to your Brady fathead now...

Does every Steeler fan at this site have ADHD?

Can anyone follow a thread?

Recap:

The thread is about Welker.
A Patriots fan points out his big drop that cost a Super Bowl.
Some numbnut retorts with Eli Manning "beating" the Patriots.
Anyone with an IQ north of minus 5 instantly realizes that only was possible because....ready.....Welker dropped that pass.

A healthy Gronk and the Patriots win by two or three scores. (that's the real issue)

If your IQ is anywhere in positive territory.....like...read my origional post.

Seems pretty easy to see the larger issue.....

Nobody expects Einsteins on Steeler sites....but....really...I mean....come on!!!!!!!!!!

patsfaninpittsburgh
03-17-2013, 04:47 PM
You're the one who came here making lame ass excuses. I'm just trying to keep up. Feel free to run along and go beat it to your Brady fathead now...

If it better to have officials hand a Super Bowl to a team like in SB XL?

harrison'samonster
03-17-2013, 04:47 PM
A healthy Gronk and the Patriots win by two or three scores. (that's the real issue)



another big "should have". Eli Eeyore Manning beat you guys twice. HAHA

fansince'76
03-17-2013, 04:58 PM
Does every Steeler fan at this site have ADHD?

I dunno - is every Patriots fan a self-important arrogant douche bag that feels the need to trawl the web and troll on other team's boards?

fansince'76
03-17-2013, 04:59 PM
If it better to have officials hand a Super Bowl to a team like in SB XL?

Yeah, you should know all about the refs and home cooking. See: 2001 Divisional game against the Raiders.

And then there's the little matter of illegally taping opponents for the better part of a decade and getting little more than a slap on the wrist for it...

fansince'76
03-17-2013, 05:06 PM
A healthy Gronk and the Patriots win by two or three scores. (that's the real issue)

Sure, pal. Whatever you say.

Kinda like how the "best team ever" took care of the 10-6 NFC-fifth-seeded Giants 4 years prior, right? :yawn:

mikegrimey
03-17-2013, 06:05 PM
...........because Wes dropped the pass.

He catches the pass....GAME OVER.

Reality.........even if it bursts your bubble.

Besides the bigger issue isn't Wes...it's the reality of keeping both Gronk and AHern healthy through the season AND through the playoffs.

The last two Lombardi's do not reside at Patriot Place because of this problem.

Sanders look like he may be part of the solution.

Living for the "what ifs" is sad man, don't whine about a loss, it shows lack of class

Galax Steeler
03-17-2013, 06:21 PM
If it better to have officials hand a Super Bowl to a team like in SB XL?
:crying01:

Did you sign up on this board just to troll because if you did you won't be here long.

patsfaninpittsburgh
03-18-2013, 09:04 AM
:crying01:

Did you sign up on this board just to troll because if you did you won't be here long.

Any real idea what a "troll" is? :noidea:

If you are a moderator......I'd seriously take a look at the "responders" to my posts and start the "moderating" there.

If your "base" can't handle the simple fact that a Welker catch seals a win...then you have much larger issues. This is a thread about Welker after all.

harrison'samonster
03-18-2013, 09:37 AM
Any real idea what a "troll" is? :noidea:

If you are a moderator......I'd seriously take a look at the "responders" to my posts and start the "moderating" there.

If your "base" can't handle the simple fact that a Welker catch seals a win...then you have much larger issues. This is a thread about Welker after all.

A troll is somebody who wouldn't get very far in life without using the words: "if", "could have", "should have", and so on. Hey wait a minute, that's you!

NSMaster56
03-18-2013, 04:01 PM
Any real idea what a "troll" is? :noidea:

Nobody does.

'Troll' is a term like 'hipster' or 'douchebag'; oft and over used and without a clear definition.

It's the perfect 'catch all' internet phrase for anyone who disagree with another.

Galax Steeler
03-18-2013, 04:39 PM
Any real idea what a "troll" is? :noidea:

If you are a moderator......I'd seriously take a look at the "responders" to my posts and start the "moderating" there.

If your "base" can't handle the simple fact that a Welker catch seals a win...then you have much larger issues. This is a thread about Welker after all.

The problem is you are bringing everyone that is a member on here into this. "Does every Steeler fan at this site have ADHD This is where the problem lies. If you want to talk smack go to the Blast Furnace. I don't have a problem with you posting here but don't be taking shots at other members. Galax

MACH1
03-18-2013, 07:46 PM
Any real idea what a "troll" is? :noidea:

If you are a moderator......I'd seriously take a look at the "responders" to my posts and start the "moderating" there.

If your "base" can't handle the simple fact that a Welker catch seals a win...then you have much larger issues. This is a thread about Welker after all.

The only real issues I see are that the cheats suck and tom brady is gay. :hunch:

Livinginthe past much?

Bayz101
03-18-2013, 08:23 PM
Any real idea what a "troll" is? :noidea:

If you are a moderator......I'd seriously take a look at the "responders" to my posts and start the "moderating" there.

If your "base" can't handle the simple fact that a Welker catch seals a win...then you have much larger issues. This is a thread about Welker after all.

You're only 7 posts in and you've already thrown a personal attack in every members direction. :sofunny:

We have no problem smacking ya around, or better yet, having respectful discussions and so forth. Just keep the personal shit to yourself, that's all we ask. :drink: