The Denver Broncos' pick-your-poison offense poses problems with its ability to attack any part of the field with multiple players from numerous formations.
"It's what we look forward to, No. 1 offense versus No. 1 defense," Wes Welker told NFL Media's Deion Sanders during Tuesday's Super Bowl Media Day. "(There are) a lot of great players on that defensive unit of the Seahawks. I mean, they got a lot of guys that fly around to the football, so it's going to be a good matchup for us."
Welker has 10 receptions for 76 yards and a touchdown in two playoff games, after missing the end of the regular season with a concussion.
"Yeah, anytime, man," Welker said. "I want anybody one-on-one in the slot. Anytime."
As for any other advice for Sherman, Welker joked that the corner should stop with all the interviews.
"Quit doing one-on-ones, man," Welker laughed. "Every time I look up he's doing one-on-ones. Stick to the field, man, stick to the field."
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