Moss/'Dre 2 Punch KO

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  1. ivenovember

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    On Sports Radio 790 this morning I heard an intresting possibility. Randy Moss getting traded to the Texans. Don't turn your head just yet cause this could be very possible.
    A Carr for Moss trade would be possible, reports had the Raiders trading Moss for Aaron Rodgers, a 1 for 1, to GB. This would fill the Raider's hole at QB and would get ride of our very big problem. The money does work out pretty well, Moss earning a little more.
    The Raiders would then be free to select Calvin "The Beast" Johnson and that would solve their QB and WR problems.
    The Texans would then fill their WR problem and we would have one of the best WR combos with Moss and 'Dre and this would open up the field for our running backs to have more freedom.
    This trade might have to involve a pick, if it would it would be a second day draft pick at most, no big pick trading.
    If the Raiders feel they need to get Moss out of Oakland you might see him wearing his red, white and blue next season.
     
  2. steelbtexan

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    Lets do it.
     
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    Sold.
     
  4. bigbrewster2000

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    Never going to happen. Moss is a cancer in the locker room.
     
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    When has Moss ever been a cancer in the locker room ?
     
  6. ivenovember

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    Moss really never has been a cancer in the locker room, the worst he did was stop trying to hard during plays at Oakland mainly cause he wasn't getting the ball at all.
     
  7. Ole Miss Texan

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    If our FO would make that move, I'd be fine with it.
     
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    moss is a good character guy when you keep him happy, and its not hard to get him the ball, just throw it up and he'll come down with it half the time

    bring in Moss

    im down
     


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    Yeah, he's more of an on the sideline cancer. :joker:
     
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    He did the same garbage in Minnesota. He is pretty much notorious for not giving 100% on every play. No thank you.
     
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    do it already ! :bigboss:

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    :phone: "Hello Al!"
     
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    He's a cancer to society... Didn't he drag the parking ticket lady with his vehicle in Minneapolis? I know he has a reputation for the hippy lettuce...

    Maybe we could just fly him in for the games...
     
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    I am not sold on that just because would Moss really want to be second fiddle to AJ (yes looks good on paper,but with moss getting "bored" or whatever he said last season)


    Would the Texans pass enough to make him happy?
     
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    SOrry i never saw your post but apparently you were on top of things, things did change when we cut Moulds though, now we need a WR.
     
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    and what QB would be getting him the deep ball he so masterfully pulls off? sound cool, but wont happen.
     
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    I like Randy Moss' talent, but this just won't happen. With AJ as our bonafide #1, would Randy Moss be happy getting the same number of passes Moulds did last season? No way. You can say another QB would throw more to the #2 than Carr did, but you can't really prove that will happen. We're a run-first pass-second team, and I can't see Moss and AJ being happy with the other's number of passes thrown their way.


    I just can't see Smith and Kubiak doing this.
     
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    you can't see it, and I don't want to see it.

    the images of him sulking and pouting on the sideline last year are still too fresh in my mind.
     
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    I remember seeing him leave the field, going to the locker room, with time still left on the clock while playing for the vikings. As gifted as he is, I would never want a player like that on 'my' team.
     

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