FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Wes Welker told reporters he was only joking when he said after Sunday’s game that he enjoyed catching 13 passes against the Denver Broncos to ‘’stick it” in coach Bill Belichick’s face.
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Welker on Belichick comments: ‘It was a joke’ (The Associated Press)
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — New England Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker on Monday clarified comments he made about head coach Bill Belichick after Sunday’s…
Welker on comments: ‘Was a joke’
The unusual altitude wears down opponents at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, No. 5 in our countdown of best home-field advantages in the NFL.
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NFL Hot Read — Best home-field advantage, No. 5
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Patriots head coach Bill Belichick said on Monday that he “didn’t really see” the comments from Wes Welker following the team’s 3…
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Belichick: ‘Didn’t see’ Welker’s comments
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Troy Polamalu’s comeback turned out to be just a cameo, and there’s no telling when the Pittsburgh Steelers safety will be back on the field.
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Polamalu out, Woodley doubtful for Steelers (The Associated Press)
New England Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker clarified a comment he made about coach Bill Belichick after Sunday’s win over the Denver Broncos, saying it was not intended to be serious.
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New England Patriots’ Wes Welker claims Bill Belichick comment was a joke
NFL Hot Read: Greg Garber explores the best home-field advantages and how they came to be.
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It was a rough week for the AFC West, going 0-3 (the Raiders were on bye). The Chargers blew a 10-point lead on national television, the Broncos’ comeback attempt fell short against the Patriots and the Chiefs’ turnover woes continued in a loss to the Ravens.
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AFC West Spin cycle: Week Five (Pro Football Weekly)
Here are some areas the San Diego Chargers need to focus on after a 31-24 loss at New Orleans on Sunday: Recap: The loss has to sting the Chargers, w…
Moving on: San Diego Chargers
The New Orleans Saints have struggled early in the 2012 season, having trouble on defense and dropping the first four games. However, with a win over the San Diego Chargers on Sunday, October 7, the Saints are 1-4 and will now have a chance to regroup during their bye week. But is it too late for the team to earn a postseason bid this year? This season’s Super Bowl will be played in New Orleans, and fans would love to see the team have a shot at a second NFL title, this time in front of the home crowd. …
Fan’s Take: Can the New Orleans Saints Still Reach the Playoffs? (Yahoo! Contributor Network)