NFL VP: Welker's hit on Talib was leg...

NFL VP: Welker's hit on Talib was legal -- for now

There are 4 comments on the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle story from Jan 22, 2014, titled NFL VP: Welker's hit on Talib was legal -- for now. In it, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle reports that:

New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick says Denver Broncos receiver Wes Welker's pick on cornerback Aqib Talib was a deliberate act and "one of the worst plays I've seen."

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netfisher33

Kennebunk, ME

#1 Jan 23, 2014
ya ya like the hit on Gronk was legal?
Rugrats

La Palma, CA

#2 Jan 23, 2014
Only way for the NFL to act fairly would be to have an asteroid hit their headquarters and then refill all their positions. Current Commissioner and support staff have an agenda every year and it's called Manning, and still he finds a way to blow it. Let's see how the league directs its officials to give some questionable calls to Denver so they can push Peyton over the finish line before he loses again. Like they did in San Diego on Welker's interference call that wasn't there, just made up by some Peyton supporting ref.
Come to think of it, Welker faked an interference call to steal a game from San Diego. Then he intentionally injures Talib because Manning could only get 3 points in nearly a half. In New England Belichick kept Welker under wraps, now in Denver we see just how dirty a player he is and just how complicit the league is in covering up his actions.

“Repent and worship God”

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#3 Jan 23, 2014
Rugrats wrote:
Only way for the NFL to act fairly would be to have an asteroid hit their headquarters and then refill all their positions. Current Commissioner and support staff have an agenda every year and it's called Manning, and still he finds a way to blow it. Let's see how the league directs its officials to give some questionable calls to Denver so they can push Peyton over the finish line before he loses again. Like they did in San Diego on Welker's interference call that wasn't there, just made up by some Peyton supporting ref.
Come to think of it, Welker faked an interference call to steal a game from San Diego. Then he intentionally injures Talib because Manning could only get 3 points in nearly a half. In New England Belichick kept Welker under wraps, now in Denver we see just how dirty a player he is and just how complicit the league is in covering up his actions.
Who cares

The future of the NFL QB are young mobile QBs with swag like Wilson, Newton, Kaepernick, etc.

Brady and Manning are old.
Janitor

La Palma, CA

#4 Jan 24, 2014
Phoenix Ascended wrote:
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Who cares
The future of the NFL QB are young mobile QBs with swag like Wilson, Newton, Kaepernick, etc.
Brady and Manning are old.
Please define your rendition of swag. Sounds like something a sports writer implanted in your head.

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