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    Moss My thought changed!

    I went to the stat to prove my point that Moss had lost astep, or quit, or was hurt. I planned to show the game after Indy, saying hefell off. Then I looked at the stats and they do not lie. I changed my mind; theyneed to get this guy back, and soon before the bridges are burned.
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    Moss My thought changed!

    TVery insightful, well thought out and on point.� I'd add that it appears that if Moss is in their plans, at all, it would only be for 2008.� And it would be at a palatable salary.��Reading into Randy's frustration, tells me that he "probably" not being overwhelmed with competing offers out�there.� Perhaps other teams view him as the Packers�did last year (see Reiss' piece).� It's something that a talent like this comes with baggage.� It's only Day 3 and to say I'm surprised by any of the moves....I'm not.� Colvin .... big cap hit....not surprised.� Same for Samuel.� Don Banks�of SI said it best.� I paraphrase......he's a guess corner and heavily reliant on the front seven he plays with.��Unless Philadelphia is planning later to upgrade that area....I'd be treading lightly on this signing.� �There is no game scheduled this week.� So I'm relaxing right now.� They will��still compete.� Capers in the mix will result in new twists added on to the BB Defensive System.� Perhaps the addition of Capers specialty....defensive pressure.� We'll see.I am saddened by the SB loss, not so much the loss, as in the lost opportunity at, as Seau puts it, EVER.� The likelihood of ever going 19-0 again is remote at best and realistically we may never see that again.� That's the part that hurts.� If they go 12-4 next year, perception wise, it will be a drop off.� But they will still be in the mix.� Pittsburgh's� a good example of that, always in the mix.�So in conclusion, I'm not worried yet and to let those guys go, was a must, or the team would have gotten old before our�eyes.� I'm thinking that more trades occur now.� Perhaps a Welker like situation will crop up.� And oh yes, I look for a trade out of the 7th slot.� Someone will drop ....Ryan??? McFadden .... and if that happpens they will trade.� Only way I see them keeping the pick is if trades are may by other team teams to move to the top six and those guys go and other guys drop to us.� �

     
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    Moss My thought changed!

    I still go back to Sammy Morris going out for the season in game 6 as the beginnning of the decline in the offense and including Randy Moss.�Through game 5 (he got hurt in game 6), Morris was averaging about 5 yards of mainly power (Corey Dillon style) hards that set up short 2nd and 3d down that could be pass or�run situations; this kept the defensive line from all out pass rushing and blitzing and also softened up the front 7.

     
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    Moss My thought changed!

    Thanks guys, I didn't think my first thought were totally wrong. Moss did seem hurt to me. I think had Brady not been forcing the ball to him the last 4 games, Moss number dip even more and Brady throws 53 - 55 TD's as the Pats win a couple of games easier.

    I rather see them focus on the D in free agency, Bring back Gaffney, and start using C. Johnson and K. Washington.�

     
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    Moss My thought changed!

    By the way any news on Morris?� I had heard his injury was pretty serious.� I hope that he is back next year.� I love Faulk..but he is what he is .... a third down back.� (I privately hope Myra doesn't run his a$$ out of town after the mary jane blunt situation).� The like to draft that 5th or 6th round RB type although they've come up dry the past few times.....Womack from Virginia and that guy last year from UCONN.

     
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    Moss My thought changed!

    Responding to ricomandog:�Good points.� I've got to think this upcoming year is a make or break for the talented Chad Jackson.� Also, Washington is no slouch either.� Having Moss would be nice, but, even if he is back, this will be the final year.� I think the snag has to be on length and upfront $$.�

     
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    Moss My thought changed!

    Also, just read the Miami and Taylor may be parting ways.� Typical Parcells type of dismantling.� Did the same with the Jets and Hugh Douglas.� Perhaps there is a future for Taylor here in NE??

     
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    Moss My thought changed!

    Right Chad Jackson, not Chad Johnson.... I don't think we won't him here.

    The need lot of D help, at least 3-4 players, 2 LB's and 2 DB's. Law and Seau would help, but a young (proven) LB and DB are a must!


     
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