Randy Moss

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  1. Don Wassall

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    Moss is a Titan now, the only team that put in a waiver claim for him. He has the "character" that Jeff Fisher seems to thrive on. We'll get to see now how good AHDIW is at throwing the deep ball. With Tennessee's strong o-line and Chris Johnson there's no reason for Young not to be able to connect with Moss.
     
  2. snow

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    good! now he will wind up looking like a possession receiver because Young can't throw deep, and he doesn't like getting hit either across the middle either. Then maybe a few dwfs will realize that Matt Jones wasn't slow this whole time, he was just misused because he had a qb that couldn't throw more than 10 yard passes. Unless the coach decides to put Collins in who can actually hit the deep ball with accuracy, I really don't think Vince Young can consistently throw downfield. Guys like Moss and Jones are best used on deep routes because of the long legs, but Jones never had the opportunity to be used in that role.Edited by: snow
     
  3. Jimmy Chitwood

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    what's the over-under on how long before the next Moss Meltdown? and isthe bet to be measuredin hours, days, weeks, or what? [​IMG]
     
  4. Tom Iron

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    This whole thing with Moss is sad on many levels. The guy had a good career and now he's loused himself up completely. I always figure blacks will do something ridiculous to mess themselves up, but he went even further than the usual idiocy. I assure you, he's got more stupidity in him. This year isn't over by a longshot. Stay tuned.

    The whole league is unraveling. You never know what's coming next from these guys. We don't like what many of these coaches do, but they must be in a pickle themselves with these blacks. I can just see the coaches hiding in their offices. Can you imagine having a "team" full of these blacks and trying to maintain some sort of cohesiveness from one week to another?

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  5. whiteathlete33

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    Percy Harvin was apparently very upset that the Vikings got rid of Moss. Isn't that racism on the coaches part for not appeasing the black receiver?
     
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    [​IMG] Good one JC! How about measuring it in plays? PBM = Plays Between Meltdowns
     
  7. FootballDad

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    I'm not sure that it matters with the Titans and afflete-coddler Jeff Fisher. He can pout and whine all day, every day, like most of the entitled affletes with Tennessee, and it will be okay.
     
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    Good point, FootballDad. I've detested Fisher for quite some time as he coddles afroletes more than most NFL coaches, and that is no easy feat.
     
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    Jeff Fisher is the "white"Â￾ (in skin color only) version of Marvin Lewis. He's becoming a proper rival to the odious Jimmy Johnson"¦the former idol to thug-worshipping wiggers across the globe.
     
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    They better sign a couple of psychiatrists to flank AHDIW and Randy Mossed up, because these two are very close to the edge.
     
  11. Don Wassall

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    This is a clever way to build name recognition and business.

    Criticized Minnesota caterer turns tables on Randy Moss

    <B itxt="1">MINNEAPOLIS[/B] â€" A restaurant whose locker room buffet was sharply criticized by Randy Moss is giving the former Minnesota Vikings receiver something to chew on.


    Tinucci's in suburban Newport will offer free lunches of chicken, ribs, and beef today to the first 50 people who come to turn in their Moss jerseys. For everyone else, the lunch buffet will be marked down to $8.40 (Moss wore No. 84 with the Vikings), co-owner Gus Tinucci said Thursday.
    The jerseys will be donated to the Boys &amp; Girls Clubs in Nashville, where the Titans claimed Moss off the waiver wire Wednesday.http://www.tennessean.com/article/20101105/SPORTS01/11050349/1027
     
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    For the most part, the media and DWFs in Tennessee are happy to have Moss on the Titans. They feel Fisher is the right coach for him.
     
  13. whiteathlete33

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    It won't be long before Moss becomes a serious distraction in Tennessee. Of course Jeff Fisher, being the afflete lover he is, will tolerate it so it's a great place for him to end up. I'm not saying "Chilly" is a tough coach or anything but at least he got rid of the retarded child once it started acting up. Fisher will now have a new ass to kiss on the team.
     
  14. whiteathlete33

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    This from Rotoworld on Randy Moss:

    Coach Jeff Fisher said the Titans were "trying" to get the ball to Randy Moss in Sunday's loss to the Dolphins.
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    Fisher could have fooled us. Moss saw just four targets on 38 pass
    plays, but did not pop off after the game. "Me being a decoy, moving the
    ball, help the team win. If that is what I need to do that is what I am
    going to do," Moss said. We'll see how long he sings that tune. Until
    Moss stops being used as a decoy, he's a weak fantasy play.
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  15. whiteathlete33

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    Here is a jewel from Walterfootball about Randy Moss.

    Chris Johnson, Titans

    Randy Moss really opens things up for Chris Johnson, who goes up against Washington's pathetic defense.




    So even when Moss is doing nothing and catching one pass the entire game he's still performing magic.
     
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    Here is a bit from Rotoworld on the loser we all know as Randy Moss.

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    Randy Moss played just a handful of snaps in Sunday's win over the Texans.
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    Moss had zero targets, and has no catches over his last two games. He
    declined to talk to reporters after the game, so we can only imagine how
    he's simmering inside. Moss has been deemed an inferior player by three
    separate teams this season.
    </div><div>Source: Nashville Tennessean </div>
     

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