On "Patriots Postgame Live," the crew a good laugh when Wes Welker doesn't directly address the questions at hand.
The question, asked by Michael Felger, then rephrased by Ty Law and Troy Brown: Why does Welker have such good games against, and in, Miami?
It couldn't be because Welker, the former Dolphin, wants to stick it to his old team for letting him go to a division rival and not paying him what he thought he was worth?
Sounds like Welker had trouble hearing that part of the question.
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SEATTLE - Behind Thomas Rawls bouncing off and through tacklers and a big-play punch from Tyler Lockett, the Seattle Seahawks rediscovered their offensive star power on Sunday night.
It came at a significant cost to their defense.
Rawls ran for 103 yards and two touchdowns in the first half, Lockett took a reverse 75 yards for a score to open the second half and the Seahawks routed the Carolina Panthers 40-7 on Sunday night.
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