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Old 02-15-2012   #81
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Are you saying that Moss played the season before this past one? NE, Minnesota and Tennessee would disagree.
Lol!!

I think that he'd come back really motivated, but at his age I don't think it matters after being gone last year and the year before as you put it. It's to hard to just come back like that at that age. The problem with Moss is that quitter's mentality that he has. He is not a gamer that pushes through obstacles when the going gets tough like AJ, Hines Ward, or even a guy like TO. Moss dominates when things are easy for him and when he is just way better than the guys trying to guard him. He won't have that athletic superiority anymore, and when he is forced to work with grit, toughness, and heart, he'll fold and quit every time.

We're a playoff contender now, and we need guys that we know will give everything they got in the post season.
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I must admit, its kinda comical at times on this board with the recent track success of the texans. The texans took on a guy who was known to be disruptive in the lockerroom in mason. Now all of a sudden a guy who would be the best red zone wr on the team is a no no. When johnson misses his standard 3 games, what happens to the offense against a decent defense? Go watch baltimore and raiders game. How many times did we see guys not getting any kind of seperation and the offense sputters? How many games against the jets or a top flight corner when they take andre away and none of the wr can get loose? Add moss, and most,if not all those problems go away. Why? He damands extra attention even with johnson on the field. When they get to the 40yd line and he runs a go route, he's coming down with the ball. Better yet, the last season he played after his 2 trades, how many tds did he have? Or maybe the texans would rather see him go to ravens and work it with them. When your qb isn't a playmaker,you need as many playmakers around him. Schaub isn't a playmaker.

Wait wait wait...Mason was never disruptive in TEN or BAL. He calls Sanchez out and now he's disruptive? Come on. He called a spade a spade when he said Sanchez was a .
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Default Re: Would you take Randy Moss to help out A.J.?

Well, when dalemurphy says kevin walter has better hands than moss, I guess its time to check out this thread. Its obvious dalemurphy know 0 about football.
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Randy = yes, but on a very short leash and with a low base salary loaded with incentives.
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Well, when dalemurphy says kevin walter has better hands than moss, I guess its time to check out this thread. Its obvious dalemurphy know 0 about football.
Go compare their dropped pass %. Kevin Walter is one of the most sure-handed wide receivers in the NFL. Moss could do amazing things. However, he was not consistent throughout his career.

Kevin Walter, for years, is among the league leaders is fewest drops and among the leaders in % caught per target.
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Default Re: Would you take Randy Moss to help out A.J.?

completely ignoring all the ridiculous racism talk...


Randy Moss would be a benefit to this team. Period. He is trying to prove to the rest of the NFL that he has something left in the tank and I believe personally he was embarassed with himself last season. This time around it is all about one thing, RESPECT.

Now with the Texans having a top 5 Defense. Top 5 running game. Another beast WR to take away double coverage from Randy. Why wouldn't he thrive in this system? He is everything we were hoping Jacoby to be. He is definitely a tool that this system needs to be considered elite.
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Default Re: Would you take Randy Moss to help out A.J.?

I would say Randy is missing a few things(feel free to add in here_____)to want to come out of retirement. 1) maybe financially his pockets could be a bit thin from bad investments/lifestyle..2) I think he misses the roar of the crowd as he makes a big play on the field..obviously not in TN. He says he runs a 4.3 40...well keep in mind that he had a "homie"(no scout)clock him with a stop watch(any bias there)?..even if he were even close to that...thats straight line speed..you've got to run routes..yes he is a veteran and knows all the tricks, but it does require endurance, discipline not to mention having the playbook down..Is he willing to block?..Can our coaching staff/locker room handle him without him blowing up...how about press conferences..you know he will be asked a ton of questions...is he for the betterment of our team or his ego? Randy has had a year to think about it..to miss it...There are lots of questions to be answered by Randy..It can't hurt to give him a look depending on what his agent may be lobbying for $$$...
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Default Re: Would you take Randy Moss to help out A.J.?

Maybe. Depends on with Moss we get. The one you sign to a one year deal and he plays like there is no tomorrow, or the one that plays when he wants to play. He was a great receiver at one time, but now not so much.
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Yes. Of course.
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Default Re: Would you take Randy Moss to help out A.J.?

Moss is done. If he could still play, he'd be in New England. And if the Texans had wanted Moss on the team, they would have signed him when AJ was injured.

Not. Happening.
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