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Season Schedule

  • Week 1 - Sep 07

    IND @ DEN

  • Week 2 - Sep 14

    KC @ DEN

  • Week 3 - Sep 21

    DEN @ SEA

  • Week 4 - Sep 28

    bye

  • Week 5 - Oct 05

    ARI @ DEN

  • Week 6 - Oct 12

    DEN @ NYJ

  • Week 7 - Oct 19

    SF @ DEN

  • Week 8 - Oct 23

    SD @ DEN

  • Week 9 - Nov 02

    DEN @ NE

  • Week 10 - Nov 09

    DEN @ OAK

  • Week 11 - Nov 16

    DEN @ STL

  • Week 12 - Nov 23

    MIA @ DEN

  • Week 13 - Nov 30

    DEN @ KC

  • Week 14 - Dec 07

    BUF @ DEN

  • Week 15 - Dec 14

    DEN @ SD

  • Week 16 - Dec 22

    DEN @ CIN

  • Week 17 - Dec 28

    OAK @ DEN

  • Week 1 - Sep 09

    PIT 19 @ DEN 31

  • Week 3 - Sep 17

    DEN 21 @ ATL 27

  • Week 4 - Sep 30

    OAK 6 @ DEN 37

  • Week 5 - Oct 07

    DEN 21 @ NE 31

  • Week 7 - Oct 15

    DEN @ SD

  • Week 8 - Oct 28

    NO @ DEN

  • Week 9 - Nov 04

    DEN @ CIN

  • Week 10 - Nov 11

    DEN @ CAR

  • Week 11 - Nov 18

    SD @ DEN

  • Week 12 - Nov 25

    DEN @ KC

  • Week 13 - Dec 02

    TB @ DEN

  • Week 1 - Sep 12

    OAK 23 @ DEN 20

  • Week 2 - Sep 18

    CIN 22 @ DEN 24

  • Week 3 - Sep 25

    DEN 14 @ TEN 17

  • Week 4 - Oct 02

    DEN 23 @ GB 49

  • Week 5 - Oct 09

    SD 29 @ DEN 24

  • Week 6 - Oct 16

    bye

  • Week 7 - Oct 23

    DEN 18 @ MIA 15

  • Week 8 - Oct 30

    DET 45 @ DEN 10

  • Week 9 - Nov 06

    NYG 24 @ NE 20

    57 receptions

    824 rec yards

    6 TDs

    1 rush yards

    19 TDs

  • Week 10 - Nov 13

    DEN 17 @ KC 10

  • Week 12 - Nov 27

    DEN 16 @ SD 13

  • Week 13 - Dec 04

    DEN 35 @ MIN 32

  • Week 14 - Dec 11

    CHI 10 @ DEN 13

  • Week 15 - Dec 18

    NE 41 @ DEN 23

  • Week 16 - Dec 24

    MIA 24 @ NE 27

    122 receptions

    1569 rec yards

    9 TDs

    30 rush yards

    0 TDs

  • Week 1 - Sep 12

    DEN 17 @ JAC 24

  • Week 2 - Sep 19

    SEA 14 @ DEN 31

  • Week 3 - Sep 26

    IND 27 @ DEN 13

  • Week 4 - Oct 03

    DEN 26 @ TEN 20

  • Week 5 - Oct 10

    DEN 17 @ BAL 31

  • Week 6 - Oct 17

    NYJ 24 @ DEN 20

  • Week 7 - Oct 24

    OAK 59 @ DEN 14

  • Week 8 - Oct 31

    DEN 16 @ SF 24

  • Week 9 - Nov 07

    bye

  • Week 10 - Nov 14

    KC 29 @ DEN 49

  • Week 11 - Nov 22

    DEN 14 @ SD 35

  • Week 12 - Nov 25

    NE 45 @ DET 24

    8 receptions

    90 rec yards

    2 TDs

    0 rush yards

    0 TDs

  • Week 13 - Dec 05

    DEN 6 @ KC 10

  • Week 14 - Dec 12

    DEN 13 @ ARI 43

  • Week 15 - Dec 19

    DEN 23 @ OAK 39

  • Week 16 - Dec 26

    HOU 23 @ DEN 24

  • Week 17 - Jan 02

    SD 33 @ DEN 28

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Wes Welker

Denver Broncos

2008 - 2011 Statistics

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                            Rush    Yards    TD         Rec   Targets   Yards   TD         Tot Pts   Pts/Gm


2011 Stats           4       30      0         122       173     1569    9        213.9      13.4


2010 Stats           0        0      0           86       123      848    7        126.8        8.5


2009 Stats           5       36      0         123       162     1348    4        162.4      11.6


2008 Stats           3       26      0         111       150     1165    3        137.1       8.6








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2012 Pros and Cons

(+) We don't call him the “Slot Machine” for nothing…


(+) …and his middle name might as well be “PPR”


(+) Wes isn’t happy about the franchise tag—especially when they are paying Gronk—but he won't sulk. He'll play his heart out to get his next pay check (take notice, Percy Harvin)


(+) He’s had at least 111 catches a season in four of the last five years


(+) Because of his size (5’9”, 185-pounds) and color (pretty darn white), Welker seems to slip in every fantasy draft


(+) Posted career highs in yardage (1,569), TDs (9), targets (173) and of course, fantasy points in 2011


(+) Put up a career-high eight 100-yard games in 2011


(+) Was actually a deep threat last year at times and busted some long TDs


(+) Had six or more catches in 13 of 16 games (also in all three of his playoff games)


(+) Posted double-digit receptions three times last season


(+) Wes Welker’s red retro jersey is awesome!


(–) He’s getting up there in age as he’s now 31-years old


(–) The Pats added Brandon Lloyd to their offense—a favorite of offensive coordinator, Josh McDaniels


(–) Considering his past seasons and the addition of Lloyd, his yardage should go down big time


(–) With lots of wide receivers in camp for the Patriots, it could be a sign they don't plan to sign Welker to a long-term deal


(–) They traded Randy Moss mid-season, so obviously Belichick isn't afraid to trade anyone on the roster…and Wes pretty much needs Brady to be a fantasy stud

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2009 Review

2009 saw Wes Welker become just the fifth player in NFL history to catch 100+ balls in three consecutive seasons (M. Harrison, H. Moore, J. Rice, and B. Marshall) while also becoming the first to do it snagging 110+ receptions during each year.  WOW!, but that’s not all…  Another amazing record Wes chalked up in 2009 was being the first ever to record seven games with 10+ receptions in one season.  AWOWOWOW!  To put this in perspective, the most 10+ reception games Jerry Rice ever racked up in a single season was four.  Pretty impressive for the only sub-six-foot wide receiver in the group (5’9”), especially when you consider that The Slot Machine did it in just 14 games (actually 13 if you consider that he left in the 1st quarter of Week 17 when he tore his ACL & MCL)!  This brings us to the only downfall of 2009 for Welker; his pointless ACL/MCL tears during the final game.  There was no reason in the world for Wes to be out on the field for a meaningless regular season game (the Pats had already clinched their spot in the playoffs), but Coach Bill Belichick decided to play him anyway.  That wasn’t the first major coaching mistake Belichick made during the 2009 season, but it was certainly the most costly.  Hopefully The Slot Machine responds well to his offseason surgery and comes back in 2010 to repeat this unbelievable year.


~  Ranked 12th in the league with 162.4 WR fantasy points (basic scoring system)


~  Tied for 54th in the league with 4 receiving touchdowns


~  Ranked second in the league with 1,348 receiving yards


~  Ranked second in the league with 96.3 receiving yards per game


~  Ranked first in the league with 123 receptions


~  Ranked third in the league with 162 targets


~  Ranked 65th in the league with 8 receptions of 20+ yards


~  Ranked second in the league with 71 catches for first downs


~  Ranked second in the league with 709 yards after the catch (YAC)


~  Set career bests in receptions (123), yards (1,348), receptions/game (8.8), yards/game (96.3), and yards from scrimmage (1384)

~  2009 First-Team All-Pro and made his second career Pro Bowl team

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2010 Fantasy Outlook

Heading into the 2010 season, the biggest question for The Slot Machine is if he can come back from serious offseason knee surgery to perform at the same level he has over the past three seasons.  Quite frankly, there is no easy answer to this question.  Welker had his surgery in early February ‘10, and according to studies on the effects of ACL surgery, the normal time it takes to get back to a pre-injury level of performance is 18 months.  However, as recently as early June, Welker was filmed at OTAs making cuts and running individual drills without any sign of a downfall.  Being a football player who keeps himself in top condition certainly helps the mending process, but that doesn’t necessarily mean his knee will be able to hold up throughout the entire year.  Even if Wes is ready to go by Week 1, which is still iffy at this point, you shouldn’t expect a 16-game season by any means and can hardly expect a fourth straight season of 100+ catches.  He should still be a high-volume reception guy when he plays, but Julian Edelman will likely eat into his time on the field as the season wears on.


~ Obviously the biggest point to consider heading into the season is whether his knee has recovered enough to be productive on the field


~ Tom Brady is now two years removed from his surgery, so he should be on top of his game


~ The Patriots defense is starting to slip, which could mean more passing for the New England offense


~ The quest for 4 straight season with 100+ receptions has to be a goal in the back of Welker’s mind

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Twitter

Wes does not have a Twitter account.  The official Team Twitter account comes through here:  Patriots Player Tweets


 


 


Follow Pyro® on Twitter @pyroman1ac

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Ridiculousness

While playing for the Dolphins back on October 10th, 2004, Welker became just the 2nd player in NFL history to record a tackle, return a punt, return a kickoff, kick an extra point, and nail a field goal all in the same game


...against the Patriots no less


 


Ridiculous

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Super Bowl Receptions Record


 


After suffering basically the same knee injury...


"NOW I understand, Boss.  De Pain! De Pain!"


Fantasy Island - Brady and Welker

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Contract

Welker signed a five-year, $18.1 million contract in March of 2007 that included a $5.5 million signing bonus and a $3.5 million option bonus in the second year, which Welker has now collected.  Welker enters the fourth year of this contract, and given that he didn't take it easy after collecting the fatty $5.5 million up front, we see no cause for concern other than he has already outplayed this deal and is worth a great deal more:


2010 - $1.9 million (+ $350k in various bonuses)


2011 - $2.15 million (+ $350k in various bonuses)


2012 - Free Agent

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Handcuff


Julian Edelman is easily the best guy to handcuff to Welker, but if Torry Holt proves to have anything left in the tank, he shouldn’t be overlooked

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Team Analysis

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Strength of Schedule


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Injury Report

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Welker's luck came to a costly end in 2009 after not missing a single game due to injury beforehand. ACL/MCL tears are nothing to be taken lightly, so when drafting this PPR giant, keep in mind that the chances of Wes making it through the full season unscathed are slim to none

Welker to be reinstated?

Wes Welker could be reinstated today if the NFLPA reps and owners agree that new drug policies need to be put into place.

Pyro's take: This is huge for owners of Wes Welker, as he could suit up as early as Sunday. Welker is Peyton Manning's binky, and missing one week wont hamper Welker, so if he is available to play, insert him in the line-up.

09/09/14, 02:27 PM CDT by Vaaal-verde
Source: predominantlyorange.com

Welker suspended

NFL Media's Albert Breer reports Wes Welker will miss the first four games of the season, due to violating the NFL PED drug policy. Welker tried to appeal the suspension two-weeks ago, but lost. The Broncos have the weapons to cover the loss, but it will be a team committee to get it done. Emmanuel Sanders, Andre Caldwell, and rookie Cody Latimer will need to step it up. The schedule wont ease the pain for the missing Wes Welker, as they face the Colts in week one, followed up by, Kansas City, Seattle, and Arizona.

Pyro's take: Peyton Manning will find a way to keep Denver afloat while Welker serves his suspension. Look for Demaryius Thomas, and Julius Thomas to have an increase in targets, while Manning gets Sanders, Caldwell, and Latimer up-to-speed.

09/02/14, 06:13 PM CDT by Vaaal-verde
Source: www.nfl.com

Welker suffers another concussion

Wes Welker accepts the violence, understands the danger. The Broncos receiver never considered retiring after suffering two concussions last season, but the fragility of the sport found him again Saturday night.

Welker, 33, left in the second quarter after suffering a concussion by taking a hit to the head from Houston Texans defensive back D.J. Swearinger. Concern grew from the moment Swearinger knocked Welker to the turf, a hit that drew a 15-yard penalty for unnecessary roughness. Welker rose from the ground but walked toward the sideline as Broncos trainer Steve Antonopulos raced to his side.

"Of course I am worried about Wes," said linebacker Von Miller, who had his first game action during the preseason. "That's my guy. It's just part of the game

Pyro's take: This is always the concern with Welker, and now it throws doubt onto his ability to make through the entire season, if he even gets cleared to play week 1. Wes was going to be counted on a lot more this season, with the departure of Eric Decker, but now it looks like Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders will have to shoulder larger workloads. This also presents an opportunity for rookie Cody Latimer to step up and produce. The repeated concussions make Welker a major injury risk in fantasy this season.

08/24/14, 04:10 PM CDT by Houdini
Source: www.denverpost.com

Welker could be in line for a bounce back season

At the beginning of the 2013 offseason, the Denver Broncos made a big splash by dipping into the New England Patriots' pool to sign slot receiver Wes Welker.

The Broncos signed Welker as a complementary piece to an offense that was already loaded with talent. This year, however, Welker could be thrust into a more prominent role with the Broncos' No. 2 wide receiver, Eric Decker, set to hit free agency.

Welker could be their No. 2 receiver, but head coach John Fox doesn't seem too concerned with that possibility.

"I always tell guys, don't let anybody define you, that includes me. Wes, I think, has proven to be a very productive receiver in this league, whether that's as a (No.) 1, 2 or 3, I've never really totally understood that — I understand the phrases, but we just let 'em compete, and he's never been short on that."

Pyro's take: If Eric Decker leaves, then Welker will finally have a chance to show what he and Peyton Manning can do working together. Welker was the third and sometimes fourth option with the emergence of Julius Thomas last season. The Broncos are still going to have a lot of weapons, but the offense will look different.

Wes should be a major beneficiary, as the Broncos do not have another receiver on the roster besides Demaryius that will challenge him like Decker did. The poor season he had in 2013 should also allow him to fall in drafts, as he has in years past. He should also outperform his draft position in 2014, as he has done many times in years past.

02/21/14, 06:36 PM CST by Houdini
Source: www.boston.com

Welker is saying the right things

Former Patriot and current Denver Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker downplayed the motivational factor when asked what it will be like to face his former team in Sunday's AFC Championship for the first time since the regular season meeting in Foxboro, a 34-31 Patriots overtime win.

"You know, it's still another game," he said. "You understand it's the AFC Championship and everything like that and you want to go out and prepare as much as possible. But at the same time it's still an opponent and a team and you're going out there to play the best of your ability and go out there and try and win the game."

He said it was important to not put too much stock in the first meeting when preparing for the rematch.

"You take a lot from it, but at the same time you don't ... overanalyze it or anything else," he said. "You just try and get ready the best you can and understand that the game is not going to be totally the same but it's still, do your homework from the last one."

Pyro's take: Welker can say all the right things to the media, but we all know that he really wants to make this game count. A great performance in a win would be the perfect BITCHSLAP to Bill Belichick and the Patriots for Wes.

He was held in check during their last meeting in New England, but with a home game and another shot at redemption, look for Welker to go off on Sunday.

01/15/14, 07:52 PM CST by Houdini
Source: bostonherald.com

Welker status is doubtful for Thursday

Receiver Wes Welker, who was diagnosed with a concussion during Sunday's game, is currently going through the NFL's protocol to work his way back, and Fox would not say whether he is ruled out for Thursday's game against the Chargers.

The protocol varies from player to player, and Fox said he didn't want to play doctor.

Sunday's was Welker's second concussion in four weeks.


Pyro's take: With the new concussion protocols in the NFL it is very unlikely that Wes Welker would be able to clear those in time for Thursday night.

The usual protocols for concussions do not give clearance until Friday, so it will remain to be seen what the team doctor and independent doctor say prior to the game. Being that he has had his second concussion in the last four weeks is the reason I feel he will not play.

This is the perfect example of how the NFL has screwed things up with the Thursday Night schedule. With the fantasy playoffs on the line Welker will likely miss a game that he would have been able to start on Sunday.

12/09/13, 06:27 PM CST by Houdini
Source: www.denverpost.com

Welker will play against Patriots

Welker, the Broncos' slot receiver, practiced in full Friday after passing all of the tests regarding his concussion, which he suffered last weekend against Kansas City. He would be classified as "definite" for the game at New England on Sunday, if such a classification existed, according to Broncos coach Jack Del Rio. In reality, he's listed as "probable" for Sunday, when he will line up against a defense dotted with former teammates. Of the Patriots' 11 starters, eight played with Welker in 2012 in New England.

Welker's feelings toward this game go deeper than just defensive matchups. It was with New England that he came into his own. Undrafted out of Texas Tech, he spent three years in San Diego and Miami. New England acquired him in a trade before the 2007 season and, paired with Brady, he became one of the NFL's elite wide receivers.

Pyro's take: The weather is going to play a factor in this game on Sunday Night, but Welker is the perfect option in this situation. If Manning is not able to make the long throws down field, then it will be the underneath passing that is going to be most effective. Welker lives on underneath routes, so expect him to be an impact player when he faces his former team.

11/23/13, 03:02 PM CST by Houdini
Source: www.denverpost.com

Welker in danger of missing game with Patriots

For the first time in a long while, the biggest story line heading into a matchup between Tom Brady and Peyton Manning did not revolve around the two future Hall of Fame quarterbacks. It was instead the return of Wes Welker to Gillette Stadium, but that now may not happen at all.

Welker suffered a concussion on Sunday night during the Broncos’ 27-17 win over the Kansas City Chiefs, which puts his status for next weekend’s game in jeopardy. The team announced Sunday night that Welker was being evaluated for a concussion, and Pro Football Talk later reported that he did indeed suffer the injury.

According to NFL concussion protocol, Welker must undergo testing once he regains “baseline functioning.”

Pyro's take: This would be a shame if Welker is not able to go this week against his former team. I know that Wes definitely wants to be out there, but with the new rules on concussions the decision is out of his hands right now.

If Welker were to miss this game, you can count on DeMaryius Thomas and Eric Decker to pick up most of the slack. Who would have thought that it would be Welker missing this game and not Amendola? Not me.

11/18/13, 07:20 PM CST by Houdini
Source: boston.cbslocal.com

Wes Welker has an ankle sprain

Coach John Fox said after Saturday’s loss to the Seahawks that receiver Wes Welker sprained an ankle, and that he’ll be evaluated on Sunday.

Per a league source, the Broncos will know more about Welker’s status later today. Per a separate source, it’s currently expected to be a day-to-day situation; there’s a chance, however, it could be a week-to-week proposition.

Pyro's take: This bad news for Welker, who was starting to develop a nice chemistry with Peyton Manning. The Broncos are counting on having Welker to exploit the middle of the field with Demaryius Thomas and Eric Decker stretching the defense.

The Broncos are going to need to be careful with Welker, as their season starts early with the Thursday Night kickoff game against the Ravens on September 5th. Welker is a professional, and even if he not able to to work with Manning for the rest of the preseason, he should be just fine when the season starts.

08/18/13, 04:41 PM CDT by Houdini
Source: profootballtalk.nbcsports.com

Broncos tweaking offense a bit to put Welker in his sweet spot

According to Denver QB Peyton Manning, the Broncos have put some time in the film room studying Wes Welker and what has made him so successful over his career.

"There’s certain pass patterns and certain things that he’s done so well for so long, you’d be crazy not to copy some of those and bring those to your offense," Manning said.

Pyro's take: News like this comes as no surprise knowing Manning's work habits and attention to detail. It's also far from shocking to hear that Manning and Welker reportedly clicked from the get-go when they began practicing together back in April.

Welker may not catch 100 passes like he did in New England during five of the last six seasons, but with Denver doing all they can to get him involved in the offense and into his comfort zone, Welker's fantasy prospects may be better than originally thought.

06/28/13, 03:00 PM CDT by Dawgmaticå
Source: www.denverbroncos.com

Pro Bowl: Welker replaced by Chad Ochocinco

Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker won't be making the trip to the Pro Bowl this year due to the torn ACL and MCL in his left knee. Bengals WR Chad Ochocinco will replace him on the AFC roster.

Pyro's take: The nutty wideout had a great first half of the season, but tailed off in the second half as Carson Palmer lost his mojo. He's deserving of a spot on the team, but a few other guys could have just as easily gone as well.

01/28/10, 02:15 PM CST by Dawgmaticå
Source: sports.espn.go.com

Welker believes he's fully healthy

After back-to-back 10-catch performances, Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker (knee) said that he believes he is recovered from the injury that forced him to sit out two games earlier in the year.
“Yeah, I think so," said Welker. “I’m definitely getting there."

Pyro's take: So is it Welker's health that was the key to Brady getting back on track, or the other way around? Whatever the case, Welker is a stud in most fantasy football formats at this point and should be started every week... except his bye, which is in Week 8 by the way.

10/26/09, 01:15 PM CDT by Dawgmaticå
Source: www.boston.com

Welker practices for second straight day

Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker (knee) practiced in full with the team for the second straight day on Thursday.

Pyro's take: In PPR leagues, this kid is an absolute monster, so it's nice to have him back and healthy again. Start him this weekend on your fantasy football team against a Bucs team that will surely give up a good 10+ receptions to the little guy.

10/22/09, 03:30 PM CDT by Dawgmaticå
Source: www.bostonherald.com

Welker a full participant in practice Wednesday

Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker (knee) practiced in full with the team on Wednesday.

Pyro's take: This is the first Wednesday of the year that Welker was not either absent from or limited in practice. We guess he's healthy, but it's also possible that Belichick threw on a Welker jersey and went out to practice himself just to fool the media.

10/21/09, 04:15 PM CDT by Dawgmaticå
Source: www.pewterreport.com

Wes Welker off Patriots injury report

Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker was not listed on the team's injury report this week after making it through a full practice on Friday.

Pyro's take: Is this for real? Is the king of the injury report mindfuck (Belichick) losing his edge? Whatever the case, get Welker into your fantasy football lineup against a terrible Titans pass D this week.

10/16/09, 05:15 PM CDT by Dawgmaticå
Source: www.bostonherald.com

Welker limited again on Thursday

Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker (knee) was limited again in practice on Thursday.

Pyro's take: Same thing as the past two weeks. It's still not a sure thing he'll play on Sunday, so check back to see if you can get him in your fantasy football lineup.

10/15/09, 10:00 PM CDT by Dawgmaticå
Source: www.bostonherald.com

Welker questionable yet again

Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker (knee) is being listed as questionable on the team's injury report after being limited in practice all week.

Pyro's take: Same old shit with this guy and the Patriots. Will we ever know if Welker will play for sure this year? We doubt it. He'll be a game-time decision again on Sunday, so check back to see if you can squeeze him into your fantasy football lineup on Sunday morning.

10/10/09, 10:00 AM CDT by Dawgmaticå
Source: www.boston.com

Wes Welker active versus the Ravens today

Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker (knee) has been declared active for the game against the Ravens today.

Pyro's take: Will wonders never cease? When healthy and playing, Welker is one of the best underneath receivers in the game, so he should be a good WR2 fantasy football play today even though he's going against one of the toughest defenses in the NFL.

10/04/09, 11:00 AM CDT by Dawgmaticå
Source: twitter.com

Welker limited in practice again, listed as questionable

As was the case all week, Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker was again limited in practice on Friday and is being listed as questionable on the team's injury report.

Pyro's take: This guessing game with Welker just passed the annoying stage and made its way into the Facebook Update Abuser stage.
Check back with us Sunday morning to find out if you can get the little guy into your fantasy football lineup or not.

10/02/09, 05:45 PM CDT by Dawgmaticå
Source: www.bostonherald.com

Welker present at practice Wednesday

Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker was in pads and out on the field for the start of practice on Wednesday. Welker has missed the past two games dealing with a knee injury.

Pyro's take: Welker has been at practice on and off for the whole season, so his being there today says nothing at all. He'll likely be a game-time decision once again in Week 4. Keep him on your fantasy football bench until otherwise noted.

09/30/09, 12:30 PM CDT by Dawgmaticå
Source: twitter.com

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