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Friday, 11 January 2013

Defensive Coordinator of the Houston Texans Wade Phillips has left a bigger mess than Boston Bruin slob emeritus Tyler Seguin.

Bum's son claimed in an ESPN interview that Wes Welker was no athlete, and a bit of a shrimp to boot.

Apparently catching 100+ passes per season every season is not a feat from an athletic perspective in the eyes of @sonofbum.

Unless this is a smoke screen about defensive strategy, it likely means the Texans, like so many teams, has dismissed the impact and importance of Welker. It almost sounds like the Patriot front office is calling the shots. They too dismiss the impact of a small guy catching Brady passes.

Tom Brady may be chuckling into his wristband of plays with the notion that the Texans are too short to see Welker.

When someone in Houston heard Bill Belichick laughing all the way from Gillette Stadium, Wade Phillips was alerted to send out a tweet that revised the earlier statements to call Welker "a great athlete."

Those who are natural born skeptics would be surprised to learn that Wade Phillips is on Twitter. We suspect Arian Foster hacked Wade's account, but if he had Foster would have replaced the dull and unflattering avatar with a photo of a bum's son.

So far Wes Welker has not held a press conference to discuss being given the "bum's rush," as he did several years ago to discuss Rex Ryan's case of athlete's foot.

In any respect, we agree that Wade Phillips has been given a bum steer when the Texan coordinator attacks the Little Engine that could.

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