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  • Wes Welker 2013 = Terrell Davis 1997?

    Wes Welker is the Terrell Davis of this team without him we go no where, he opens up the offense for everybody. And this defense is 2008 crap worthy

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    Terrell Davis >>> Wes Welker.

    TD was the best RB in his time, a game changer and game breaker. You can not say that about Welker

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    • #3
      No.

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      • #4
        Considering the Broncos offense functioned highly without him in the second half of the titans game, who knows. Don't try to creative football facts/narratives based on ONE game though.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by OBF1 View Post
          Terrell Davis >>> Wes Welker.

          TD was the best RB in his time, a game changer and game breaker. You can not say that about Welker
          Terrell Davis is way better than Wes Welker but just like Davis opened up the play action for Elway, Wes Welker opens up the middle,Post Routes and screen plays for DT, and Decker.

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          • #6
            this is an honestly lame comparison, sorry.
            it is almost blasphemy honestly.
            wake me up when welker wins MVP for anything !
            he is not even the team MVP.
            a comparison of PFM and TD makes alot more sense !
            we ran the ball 11 times thursday !
            when was the last time the broncos won a football game when they ran the ball less than 15 times?
            20 times?

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            • #7
              No. He may not have stepped into the exact role, but Caldwell saw a lot more time in Welker's absence and more than made up for his lost production. The issues on offense mostly came down to terrible starting position and the o-line not holding up on 3rd downs. And also getting about one possession a quarter.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Kid A View Post
                No. He may not have stepped into the exact role, but Caldwell saw a lot more time in Welker's absence and more than made up for his lost production. The issues on offense mostly came down to terrible starting position and the o-line not holding up on 3rd downs. And also getting about one possession a quarter.
                all true, good post.
                we had ZERO deep threat last night and that allowed the D to smother our short game and run game. The absense of a deep threat (thomas boys, hello) had more to do with our spotty offense.
                No rest for PFMs arm may be at the core of our stunted passing attack.

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                • #9
                  Did Caldwell or Decker line up in the "Welker position"? Anybody know? Caldwell got as many targets (10) as DT and Decker combined (5 each). JT got 8 targets.

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                  • #10
                    JFC

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                    • #11
                      I saw Decker in the slot on a number of plays. Not sure about Caldwell.

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                      • #12
                        Terrell Davis is like a black Peyton Hillis, and Welker is like a short Ed McCaffrey. Otherwise, your analysis is spot on.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by cmhargrove View Post
                          Terrell Davis is like a black Peyton Hillis, and Welker is like a short Ed McCaffrey. Otherwise, your analysis is spot on.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by cmhargrove View Post
                            Terrell Davis is like a black Peyton Hillis, and Welker is like a short Ed McCaffrey. Otherwise, your analysis is spot on.
                            LMAO!

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