Michael Hoomanawanui Inexplicably New England Patriots' Starting Tight End
There's no doubt that the New England Patriots are an undermanned team, especially on offense.
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#1 Sep 23, 2013
As good as Peyton and Welker are couldn't help but notice Welker dropped a TD pass again. Denver is so good they can cover his mistakes during the regular season, but come SB time against Seattle, one Welker drop could prove the difference and result in another runner up position for a Welker team. Welker still ahead of last years pace for dropped passes and he is only getting older. Also noticed Welker diving to the ground a few times to avoid getting hit. If he takes a shot or two early in the game he will be more likely to drop passes due to his anticipation of getting hit. Anyone else watching?
#2 Sep 24, 2013
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