A look at Moss from outside the box (@haters)

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Dendore, Nov 4, 2010.

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  1. TheSureThing

    TheSureThing Straight Cash Homie

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    soaking it in...
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  2. Titanic_Sub

    Titanic_Sub Starter

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    I like the "I hate this division." comment. It's soooo true.
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  3. Stephenson

    Stephenson Camp Fodder

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    The last one was by me.

    I wrote that to brag about our offense.
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  4. Pacman 4 HoF

    Pacman 4 HoF Special Teams Standout

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    the facts are there. Patriots with moss avg 30 points a game, without 27. Viks with moss avg a whole TD more with Randy on the team. Look at wes welker with and without moss. He used to be a beast, now when he does catch the ball its for a 5 yard gain as he instantly gets smacked by a LB. Harvin blew up with moss in the line up and let it be known he didnt want moss gone publicly.

    so its a proven fact that moss improves other players production and improves total offensive output... so whats the issue? character? who cares about character really. i mean i know its a concern but we aint goin to make it to the superbowl without moss, so whats the harm in picking him up for free.

    He still wants to play football. He wants a big contract. screwing up in TN would basically ensure that the highest offer he could find is with a shiizty team for 2 years tops, maybe 1 mil per year.

    :superbowl::superbowl::superbowl::superbowl:
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  5. Gunny

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  6. quagliero

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  7. memphis_raven

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    They're just opinions. On paper, there's little doubt that its a great addition in more ways than just his own production. It just needs to play out on the field.
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  8. TitanJeff

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    GOD IVE BEEN HOPING FOR THIS SINCE WE LOST HIM TO OAKLAND!
    IM CRYING/LAUGHING, AND JUST GENERALLY EXUBERANT!

    To Childress and Spielman: DO WHAT YOU NEED TO TO GET RANDY, DAMN IT

    oh man

    im just so happy, that this is even a topic of discussion right now.
    AD, PERCY, RANDY, BRETT, SHIANC

    WATCH OUT D's across the NFL.............
    We're comin for ya...

    Quote from a Vikings message board on October 5.

    http://www.vikingsmessageboard.com/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=22037&hilit=randy moss&start=30

    Gotta wait and see, folks. I'm cautiously optimistic.
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  9. Sir_Titan

    Sir_Titan Day 1 Titan

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    If Randy was capable of using at least half of a mind instead of a third of one, he could be great in this already high-scoring offense. If he settles in and becomes the team player *cough* we know he could be, everything is gonna part wide open like the Red Sea. With two weeks to prepare him, Dinger has to be licking his chops knowing the plays that he can run with Moss in the lineup... lets just get Vince back to 100% first. The verdict is still out but I'm hoping Moss can co-habitate well in Tennessee, because if he does use half of that brain he will light it up... imagine he had his whole head in the game, the Colts and Texans are gonna be in for a loooong hard two games apiece.
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  10. titanfan77

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    I understand your skepticism, but by all accounts the one distinct difference between the Titans and Vikings is the way the organizations are run. Hopefully the lack of dysfunctionality with the Titans will make things work out.
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