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Old 01-25-2012, 04:50 AM   #39
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Default Re: Arians says he was forced to retire

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Originally Posted by tanda10506 View Post
#5- If Wallace goes to New England the rest of the league can pack it up and take a few years off. They have 1 wr and 2 te's and still tear it up without any deep threat. If Wallace is there drawing a double coverage or drawing the safeties real deep and forcing LB's to cover Gronkowski and Hernandez while leaving Welker one on one in the slot then there is no stopping them. If they got Wallace and a few defensive players they would be looking at another 16-0 season especially with their usual powder puff schedule. Rooney said he wanted to change and improve the offense and he did already. Losing your fastest and maybe your best WR wont make the offense better. He also said keeping Wallace was a big prority, I am confident we will keep him, plus we know the consequences if he goes to the Pats.
I went back and looked through previous posts and pages in this topic, but I can't find who suggested Mike Wallace would be heading to NE? But that's beside the point for me. If it was my decision, and it came down to Brown or Wallace, i'd probably keep #84.
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