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Old 10-11-2004   #3
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Originally Posted by texan279
You're saying JJ Moses is average??? If you use DD on special teams and as the starting RB he will get injured more often than he does now. If he can't be our RB 80%-100% of the game, why put him in on special teams and wear him down even more?
I'm suggesting using Dominack on Kick-offs, whats that 5 or 6 more touches? Cappers could easily balance out the running attack with Wells & Hollings also making the offense less predictable. Call me if that makes you feel better its not the first time & it won't be the last :hehe: JJ Moses is a cool dude no doubt about, he is still valued as punt returner/back-up kick-off returner, a good average NFL team player which still makes him elite in the sense he made it in the league to begin with. But to date has he scored any points on special teams? He has excellent hands & does not turn the ball over but lacks either break away speed or down hill running style needed to be a premier kick-off returner in the NFL.
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