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    Would you welcome back Moss?

    I know we have been there 100 times over, but honestly, would you guys welcome back Moss at a discount?

    I say yes. The more the merrier. He knows the system, has something to prove and TB12 can make anyone that knows the system look amazing. We need to take the top off of the D, and idc what anyone says, if Moss wants to, he can.

    I say we bring him and Ed Reed in and draft a new WR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RateSports View Post
    I know we have been there 100 times over, but honestly, would you guys welcome back Moss at a discount?

    I say yes. The more the merrier. He knows the system, has something to prove and TB12 can make anyone that knows the system look amazing. We need to take the top off of the D, and idc what anyone says, if Moss wants to, he can.

    I say we bring him and Ed Reed in and draft a new WR.
    Would he help? I dunno. Would I welcome him back? Hell yea. My favorite player ever.
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    I'd welcome him back as a paying customer.

    GMAFB. We need another WR that goes into a shell when he gets beat on like a hole in the head.


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    i think the two biggest things would be it has to be a deep discount and there isn't anyone else of interest available.i think his ability to contribute has diminished but does have a good connection with brady when playing full steam.

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    It wouldn't make much sense to do it while he's a year older when the Pats have had opportunities to do it time-after-time. Hell, he said he'd play for the Pats the year he retired! I appreciate what he did as a player for the Pats, but this should be his last season in my opinion.
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    Do I have any interest in a 36 year old Randy Moss, with all of his attitude issues, coming off a season in which he had 28 receptions and 3 touch downs? No.

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    He's got nothing left but his attitude. Waste of a roster spot at this point.


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    Honestly I would welcome him back on the team.

    Don't see it happening it though.

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    No Moss please
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    Maybe Zefross Moss...

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    If he knows he won't be playing a big role then sure. He's still fast enough to run a fly and beat most corners am safeties. Give him a small contract with a good amount of incentives, and play him maybe 30% of the offensive snaps.

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    Hell NO!! Can't we please just put this "moss" thing behind us? NEVER GONNA HAPPEN, and I don't want it to.
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    I don't get the hate towards Moss. He said nothing but great things about NE as we traded him away. Also so far this season I haven't heard him causing any problems with the 49ers. He accepted his role and made plays when he could. Imo he wouldn't be any worse than having Stallworth, Branch etc...

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    I think i'd welcome him back in a role similar to what he has in San Fran right now
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kucka View Post
    I don't get the hate towards Moss. He said nothing but great things about NE as we traded him away. Also so far this season I haven't heard him causing any problems with the 49ers. He accepted his role and made plays when he could. Imo he wouldn't be any worse than having Stallworth, Branch etc...
    He was great in '07, whined his way through '08, and was a total pain thereafter. He's been chased out of every city he has played for, and his fastball is long gone, maybe his change too.

    Career wise he had more talent than any other WR of all time - by a good measure. One can only imagine what he'd have been if he worked as hard as Rice at his craft.

    He's done, and he's dead to BB on top of it. It's a wasted effort.


    6/27/09: “We expect [Rondo] to play by the rules and be a leader as a point guard. We need him to be more of a leader,” Ainge said. “There were just a couple situations where he was late this year, I don’t know if he was sitting in his car, but showed up late and the rest of the team was there. We have team rules and you have to be on time. He was fined for being late, he said he was stuck in traffic, and it’s just unacceptable.”

    Some jerks never learn.....

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