Belichick rips Welker for 'deliberate...

Belichick rips Welker for 'deliberate' hit on Talib

There are 10 comments on the ESPN story from Jan 20, 2014, titled Belichick rips Welker for 'deliberate' hit on Talib. In it, ESPN reports that:

Patriots coach Bill Belichick calls out Broncos WR Wes Welker for what Belichick called a deliberate play to take out CB Aqib Talib.

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jack

Augusta, ME

#1 Jan 20, 2014
I said that when it happened
at a glance

Hopewell, VA

#2 Jan 20, 2014
Bill should feel lucky he is still with the nfl. Should have been banned years ago for cheating and getting caught. No class guy. Needs to quit whinning. Loser!
Counselor

La Palma, CA

#3 Jan 20, 2014
at a glance wrote:
Bill should feel lucky he is still with the nfl. Should have been banned years ago for cheating and getting caught. No class guy. Needs to quit whinning. Loser!
Problem with your comment is it does nothing but deflect the dirty play by Denver and Welker. Denver now has risen to the top. The top of the cheaters. It's one thing to watch what a team does. It is quite another to go out of your way to purposely injure a fellow player. Nancy Kerrigan of ice skating fame was illegally injured and her purpatrator was found guilty in a court of law. NFL has aligned itself with Peyton and by association, Denver and Welker. If the NFL does not suspend Welker, they are condoning the cheating that happened and are therefore cheating for Denver as well. Always said the NFL cheated for Peyton and now it's clear for all to see. We can all see it on tape and from several viewpoints. Clear it was intentional, right on the knees and only after Peyton had shown he was not having the game they expected because Talib was shutting down his assignments. Welker is dirty, Denver cheated and now we just have to wait to determine if these actions are sanctioned by the NFL. They will be. It's a Manning league. Integrity and fair play be damned. And now everytime someone brings up spy gate we can direct them to the cheaters in Denver and the NFL League office.
At a glance

Denver, CO

#4 Jan 21, 2014
Counselor wrote:
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Problem with your comment is it does nothing but deflect the dirty play by Denver and Welker. Denver now has risen to the top. The top of the cheaters. It's one thing to watch what a team does. It is quite another to go out of your way to purposely injure a fellow player. Nancy Kerrigan of ice skating fame was illegally injured and her purpatrator was found guilty in a court of law. NFL has aligned itself with Peyton and by association, Denver and Welker. If the NFL does not suspend Welker, they are condoning the cheating that happened and are therefore cheating for Denver as well. Always said the NFL cheated for Peyton and now it's clear for all to see. We can all see it on tape and from several viewpoints. Clear it was intentional, right on the knees and only after Peyton had shown he was not having the game they expected because Talib was shutting down his assignments. Welker is dirty, Denver cheated and now we just have to wait to determine if these actions are sanctioned by the NFL. They will be. It's a Manning league. Integrity and fair play be damned. And now everytime someone brings up spy gate we can direct them to the cheaters in Denver and the NFL League office.
Welker is a product of New England, so naturally he was taught to cheat a little bit. Sucks when your own tactics work against you.
Open your eyes

La Palma, CA

#6 Jan 21, 2014
At a glance wrote:
<quoted text> Welker is a product of New England, so naturally he was taught to cheat a little bit. Sucks when your own tactics work against you.
What is wrong with you? We know Welker played in New England but his current actions have been under the directions of the Broncos. It is Denver that guides him now. He never did this kind of stuff when playing for New England. Trying to deflect Denver's illegal actions onto New England shows just how far down in the depths the Broncos have gone, and how far they and the NFL will go to ensure Peyton gets a SB win. It was bad enough when Peyton got MVPs for his stats when losing, then getting MVPs when not having the best stats but beating expectations. Now he has to have Talib taken out because he could only muster 3 points in over a quarter. Denver, Peyton and Welker will forever be remembered for intentionally injuring another player because they feared choking yet again. New Orleans got hammered for doing it and so should Denver. Welker should be suspended. If you want to say Welker learned it in NE then maybe Peyton learned it from New Orleans, where he was born and raised. he had a lot longer for cheating ways to sink in.

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#7 Jan 21, 2014
At a glance wrote:
<quoted text>Welker is a product of New England, so naturally he was taught to cheat a little bit. Sucks when your own tactics work against you.
LOL
Terry

La Palma, CA

#8 Jan 21, 2014
Phoenix Ascended wrote:
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LOL
Wow a real live moron. Welker may have played for NE but he never exhibited this kind of behavior until he got to Denver and has become directed by Peyton. Hmmm. Looks like Peyton got nervous when he couldn't score with Talib in the game so he arranged to have him taken out. Maybe Seattle will do him the same favor in return. Nothing like throwing ones body at an opponents knees to ensure he can't impose his will on you.

“Repent and worship God”

Since: Jul 13

Location hidden

#9 Jan 21, 2014
Terry wrote:
<quoted text>Wow a real live moron. Welker may have played for NE but he never exhibited this kind of behavior until he got to Denver and has become directed by Peyton. Hmmm. Looks like Peyton got nervous when he couldn't score with Talib in the game so he arranged to have him taken out. Maybe Seattle will do him the same favor in return. Nothing like throwing ones body at an opponents knees to ensure he can't impose his will on you.
How many points did NE have in 3 quarters in the AFC game?

How many catches did Amendola have in that game?

By the way, Talib wasn't a factor last year in the title game either.

Deja vu homie
Insight

Cypress, CA

#10 Aug 25, 2014
Counselor wrote:
<quoted text>
Problem with your comment is it does nothing but deflect the dirty play by Denver and Welker. Denver now has risen to the top. The top of the cheaters. It's one thing to watch what a team does. It is quite another to go out of your way to purposely injure a fellow player. Nancy Kerrigan of ice skating fame was illegally injured and her purpatrator was found guilty in a court of law. NFL has aligned itself with Peyton and by association, Denver and Welker. If the NFL does not suspend Welker, they are condoning the cheating that happened and are therefore cheating for Denver as well. Always said the NFL cheated for Peyton and now it's clear for all to see. We can all see it on tape and from several viewpoints. Clear it was intentional, right on the knees and only after Peyton had shown he was not having the game they expected because Talib was shutting down his assignments. Welker is dirty, Denver cheated and now we just have to wait to determine if these actions are sanctioned by the NFL. They will be. It's a Manning league. Integrity and fair play be damned. And now everytime someone brings up spy gate we can direct them to the cheaters in Denver and the NFL League office.
Interesting how the players in the league never forget. Welker took out Talib last year with an illegal hit to his knees so turnabout is fair play. Someone decided to let Welker, Manning and Denver know that their cheating last year comes with at a price. Wouldn't be surprised to see someone take out Manning for his many aberrations from fair play, honest conversation, and me first stat chasing approach while claiming to be a team player. League may be able to give awards, extra yards and even a game or two here and there through their referee manipulating games but they can't stop a game, season, career ending hit if the league keeps showing their bias for Peyton. Just saying'.
Flatulence Fred

Houston, TX

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