OK. It's been one week, people. Are we really going to take Wes Welker's three-catch day and use it as a jumping-off point to start wondering if he should be traded?
Of course we are.
Steve DeOssie says the Patriots wouldn't do it. Not because Welker's made up one half of the most productive pass-catch combination in the NFL over the last four years. Nope. He says other teams won't value Welker as much as the Patriots do so the Patriots wouldn't get much in return. Hence, not worth a trade.
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In this week's special episode of "Celtics Talk," we celebrate what would have been the 100th birthday of the legendary Arnold "Red" Auerbach. Mike Gorman sits down with Red in his final interview with us, plus we hear from Tommy Heinsohn, Bill Russell, Bob Cousy, Wilt Chamberlain, Jerry West and others on the man that engineered and built the most successful franchise in NBA history.
0:41 - Tom Curran, Michael Holley, Tom Giles, and Kayce Smith discuss what’s going on between the Patriots and Malcolm Butler after Bill Belichick praised Jonathan Jones and Eric Rowe but didn’t have much to say on Butler.
5:39 - John Farrell thinks David Price out of the bullpen can be similar to Andrew Miller with the Indians last year in the playoffs. Our panel on BST break it down.
10:35 - Curran, Holley, Smith, and Phil Perry talk about the NFL ratings being down and why that continues to be.
15:15 - Evan Drellich joins BST after the Red Sox win to explain why Drew Pomeranz could be even more threatening, how good the bullpen actually is, and the offense not driving in runs.