Since 2007, whether the title has been warranted or not, the New England Patriots offense has been declared one of, if not the, most prolific offensive units in the NFL. And ever since the recognition came about, Patriots fans and others alike have always asked the question: Who's more important to the offense, Randy Moss, the prolific deep threat, or Wes Welker, the under-appreciated slot man that can turn a five-yard catch into a 12-yard gain with regularity? Both Moss and Welker were acquired by Bill Belichick prior to the 2007 season. Moss came to New England in a trade with Oakland, and Welker was shipped north from Miami in a trade as well. So far, both have proved to be invaluable to the New England offense, with Moss providing the awe-inspiring fireworks, and Welker acting as the r ...
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