The Jets, for some reason, seem to want Randy Moss

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  1. Wolf

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    http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/blog/sh...me-reason-seem-to-want-Randy-Mo?urn=nfl-wp891
     
  2. El Tejano

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    Pretty good move. Neat thinking by the front office.
     
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    I sure hope he does join the Jets. Let them sign Terrel Owens and Ocho Cinco, then the world can die a happy death in 2012.
     
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    Moss is such a loser. I mean if this dude could just keep his mouth shut & play all out for an entire game consistently he'd probably still be in NE right now.

    Brady....Favre......Smith.........Sanchez. That's quite a step down & i don't know how much productivity Ryan thinks he's gonna get out of this dude with Mark "pedo" Sanchez throwing to him.
     
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    There will be many other pretty good wide receivers out there this year once free agency begins and none of them are anywhere near the head case which Moss is.
     
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  7. Texecutioner

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    Why would anyone think this is a bad move? If Moss doesn't work out then so what. It's not like he's TO where he tears the entire team apart. I don't think anyone would pay Moss that much money after last season. Moss still has huge play potential and can be a guy that can hit double digit TD's again. It's always a motivational thing with him though. Rex Ryan seems like the kind of guy that could possibly motivate him as well. This is low risk high reward really. Moss would still be a better option than Braylen Edwards.
     
  8. Second Honeymoon

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    It's not a bad move, it's an aggressive move.

    It also could be all BS created by Moss' agent to pressure the Patriots into making a move.
     


  9. Texecutioner

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    Don't think the Pats want Moss back at all after seeing him suck everywhere including there last season especially since their offense actually improved once he was gone.
     
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    He was productive early. Remember that catch v. Revis? That was 9 months ago. Dude still has talent and isn't as bad of a teammate as some would think. I would have no problem with the Texans picking Jim up.
     
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    From the NY Post:

     
  12. Norg

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    Damm i wish he would of stayed with the titans

    that way we could have single coverged him LOL
     
  13. Texecutioner

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    Oh, I'd take him over here in a heart beat. He's probably going to be one of the best investments in free agency anyone can make this off season considering the return you could possibly get if he works out, because he can't demand a lot of money this off season. You put him next to a guy like AJ and that's a hell of a lot to try and stop when AJ needs to be double teamed.
     

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