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Old 10-07-2004   #59
Join Date: Oct 2004
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I understand what you are saying about shutting down an explosive offense but I am trying to be realistic - Minnesota is an EXTREMELY high octane offense and Randy Moss is (as much as I REALLY hate to say it) a great receiver, and if he can't make a play and Culpepper has nothing else open he is a threat on the ground too. I think that the offense is gaining some recognition and more importantly some confidence so why not keep it up? I never said that Carr has to throw 40 times but 20 times is a little low for a QB with a great arm and a lot of targets......
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