Is Moss a call away?

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    Re: Is Moss a call away?

    I didn't think Ocho was going to be the game breaker this offense needed at the wideout spot, however I did think he could be a reliable (if unspectacular) type of guy, that would run excellent routes and add more experience to our passing game. So far he has looked a bit like Donald Hase and Chad Jackson. It's very obvious that Brady looks very uncomfortable throwing the ball to him and Ocho looks nervous just running around out there. I got to believe they have 12 to 15 plays designed for him and are not showing that hand in any of these games.
     
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    Genius should have brought back Moss instead of Chad. Duh.
    Posted by BabeParilli


    wow - you are incredibly smart (with the benefit of hindsight) !!

     
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    In Response to Re: Is Moss a call away? : wow - you are incredibly smart (with the benefit of hindsight) !!
    Posted by PatFanInBA2


    Anybody who knows football could tell you that Ochocinco didn't bring anything new to the table

    He's a route-runner in an offense full of them (Branch, Edelman, Welker).  Difference is he doesn't know the offense and doesn't appear to be picking it up very quickly
     
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    He can do what Ocho is doing and better!
    Posted by FLY2K


    You mean dropping balls?
     
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