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The Broncos blew another big game last night, and now Wes Welker’s allegiances are being called into question.
If You’re Famous Enough, The Internet Will Find A Video Of You Dressed As Britney Spears (You’re Wes Welk-come)
The video clearly aired before the Pats last Super Bowl appearance, but it’s just making it’s way to the sports blogs today. Wes Welker, who graduated from high school in 2000, probably didn’t expect to become one of the most recognized faces in the NFL, but he is. And now, the guys he plays with know his secret. Keep in mind: Were it 13 years later, he might have been twerking.
Literally one game into the season and my team is already screwed. FML. Let the scramble for Julius Thomas begin…
The other three, insanely weird new ads, after the jump.
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NFL season. This team-by-team preview details why your favorite franchise might have to start looking forward to next year — and highlights at least one reason for you to be hopeful. Today: we’ll discuss why the Patriots are screwed because Tom Brady sucks and Bill Belichick isn’t a genius anymore.
EXCLUSIVE: Wes Welker Talks To SportsGrid About Peyton Manning, Depend Underwear, And
Aaron Hernandez The Positives In Life
Ever heard a guy deflect Aaron Hernandez questions by talking about underwear? Do you need insight into who to draft first out of the Broncos skill players for your fantasy team? Ever wonder what it must be like to work with two all-time great quarterbacks? The interview after the jump.
As you know, Wes Welker is a Denver Bronco. By all accounts his departure from the Patriots, with whom he’s enjoyed massive success since he joined the team in 2007, came down to feeling like the organization didn’t show him enough respect. Some Pats fans, though, didn’t seem to care what the cause of departure was – they were just angry.
Wes Welker knows how to pick his Hall of Fame quarterbacks: the former New England Patriot cornerstone inked a 2-year deal with the Denver Broncos for $12 million yesterday. And he wasn’t the only prominent offensive player to switch teams: Reggie Bush agreed to a deal with the Dolphins. After the jump, what this all means from a fantasy perspective.