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  • Posted 01/18/2011 09:47:34 EST

    Not so true these days.  New Orleans and Indianapolis are two recent Super Bowl winners who had dominating offenses and mediocre defenses.  

  • Posted 01/16/2011 09:35:30 EST

    Do you think Welker or others would have run free if Moss was taking Revis out play after play?   BB is a genius.  BUT, add Moss to a long list of guys he got rid of too soon, including, Ty Law, Lawye more »

  • Posted 11/16/2009 12:44:23 EST

    Oh please, save your thoughts for the toilet.  The offense was not to blame.  "Scoring too fast" is like claiming a basketball player "dunks too hard."  BB lost this game, along with the defense.  The more »

  • Posted 11/16/2009 12:37:34 EST

    I've been a diehard fan since 1974.  Yes, BB won three Super Bowls, but he singlehandedly snatched a loss from the hands of victory.  That's the worst thing I've seen since the ball rolled through Buc more »

  • Forum Post: In Defense of Moss

    Posted 09/30/2009 12:54:22 EDT

    This is just another in a long line of ridiculous attacks against Randy Moss.  The guy squirt the ref with a water bottle in '99 and it's still talked about more than Ray Lewis's role in a murder ten more »

  • Posted 07/21/2009 12:32:37 EDT

    I'm 45 so I never saw Ray Berry play.  If he really only had one drop in his career it would be impossible to top that.  If you have read my posts you know where I stand on Moss: I believe he has more more »

  • Posted 07/17/2009 05:57:05 EDT

    The Plain Truth: Thanks for the videos.  I love them because they prove all of the Moss myths false: "He's not as good as others after the catch."  Well, his record-setting TD per every 6 receptions p more »

  • Posted 07/08/2009 11:06:45 EDT

    Quasi: Here are Moss's "horrid" playoff stats: 11 games, 10 TDs.  Among those games we have the would-be Super Bowl winning TD against the Giants, two TDs at GB in 2004, 2 TDs at home against NO in 20 more »

  • Posted 07/08/2009 07:21:11 EDT

    You are welcome, Plaintruth.  BTW, Cunningham was a great player in Philly but was left for dead when MN picked him up in '97 off waivers.  He was laying bricks in Vegas when the Vikings picked him up more »

  • Posted 07/08/2009 07:04:39 EDT

    In Response to Re: Best Hands on a WR "You've Ever Seen" & Best Receiving Corps: mplsnick, Thanks for jumping in here with your Moss data.  I was beginning to tire from holding up this fight with the more »

  • Posted 07/08/2009 06:44:42 EDT

    Randy Moss is better than Jerry Rice.  Period.  End of story.  Jerry Rice came into the league on the most dominant team in NFL history.  He had the benefit of the best coach and best QB of all-time f more »

  • Posted 07/07/2009 11:54:32 EDT

    Hard to beat the hands of Moss or Cris Carter.  As for corps, the '98 Vikings with Moss, Carter and Jake Reed are worth considering, with two sure HOFers.  BTW, Lynn Swann was MONEY in the Super Bowls more »

  • Posted 07/07/2009 11:12:24 EDT

    Grogan77 and others, yes Brady makes his receivers better and let me preface my comment by offering my opinion that it's a toss up between him and Montana as greatest QB of all-time.  That said, you a more »