Sunday Countdown: Welker, Lett, more

Sunday NFL Countdown airs from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. ET on ESPN. Below are some of the features you can see this week.

Also, check out our experts’ picks.

Wes Welker Convo: After six great years with the Patriots, Welker went to the rival Broncos this offseason. As he returns to New England, Welker sits down with Tedy Bruschi to talk about his time in New England.

The Patriot Way or the highway: Welker is among several productive players who were either traded or not re-signed in New England. (Drew Bledsoe, Lawyer Milloy, Ty Law, Damien Woody, Adam Vinatieri, Willie McGinest and Richard Seymour are other examples.) Has this strategy helped the Patriots stay near the top, or did it cost them even more titles?

Leon Lett/Thanksgiving blunder: Twenty years ago we saw one of the wildest games in Thanksgiving football history. It started with the rare snowstorm that blanketed Texas Stadium, and ended when Lett infamously tried to recover a blocked kick that led to the Dolphins getting another chance to kick and beat the Cowboys. We sit down with Lett, Emmitt Smith and several key members of the Cowboys and Dolphins to relive the memorable holiday game.

DJ Porter NFC Least: The division that no-one wants to win ... DJ Steve Porter mixes up the frustrating sound from the four teams in the NFC East.