The New England Patriots appear ready to lose Wes Welker. There is already talk around the Web about who his replacement is going to be. Can they be seriously thinking of just letting Welker walk right off the team and losing the chemistry him and Tom Brady have? The Patriots must not be very good at the bargaining table. There should be some way to cut a deal that would make both the team and Welker happy. To think there is someone out in the NFL that will be able to step in and have the chemistry with Brady is just crazy.

The Patriots might talk to a wide-out to take Brandon Lloyd’s spot, who is reportedly ready to head to a new city. The team is going to suffer tremendously if they let Welker leave.  I mean they are already losing Lloyd and then to lose Welker too. I am a little surprised Brady hasn’t had something to say about this situation yet. Or better yet one of  their wives. We all know from past experience the two of them are married to women who can’t keep their mouths shut. It will be just a matter of time before we hear from one of them I’m sure. Especially if Welker does leave New England.

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Readers Comments (8)

  1. Jeff

    Ok you said all that and didn’t even specify who this supposed person is they have in mind?!

    • LG

      There was a little chatter about Wallace but I think it is more of a rumor than anything else….

  2. Zak

    There is no way in hell NE lets Welker walk. And there’s no way Welker will walk… after testing the waters. No team will offer him a huge contract. If anything, it’ll be less than what NE will pay him. Plus, Welker isn’t good without Tom Brady, and NE isn’t AS good as they are now without Welker. He stays and retires in NE, case closed

    • LG

      Well, I hope you’re right. I agree totally with your comment…

      • Stephen Lodi

        I love the guy and I hope he stays but I can’t forget all of those critical drops he made that cost us 2 super bowls

        • TW

          what about all the catches he made to get us there?

          • LG

            Now you are talking. Welker has always been a play maker for the Patriots….

  3. don wilson

    Greed and ego are funny things. I hope Wes stays.


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