Found January 06, 2012 on NESN.com:
FOXBORO, Mass. -- The Patriots might be off for the weekend, but that doesn't mean we're going to stop delivering the mail. With another 13-win season in the books, the playoffs at the fore and a high-profile coaching transition, there's plenty to discuss this week in New England. Also, I wanted to extend a thank you to everyone who used the mailbag forum to say some nice things about my Wes Welker feature. It's very much appreciated. Let's open the bag. Who replaces Bill O'Brien as offensive coordinator: Jeff Davidson, Chad O'Shea or Josh McDaniels? --@celticsfan2584, via Twitter Let's start...
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