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Old 01-04-2006, 02:12 PM   #16
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Re: Moss Speed

i think the one thing that amazes me about mr moss is that after the catch,it seems like the first defender that gets to him never gets a hand on him,no matter how close.we run that wr screen week after week and he usually just zips right by the first guy un touched
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Old 01-04-2006, 02:27 PM   #17
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Re: Moss Speed

Originally Posted by UFOSKINSFAN
Sure wish we had drafted him instead of Gardner.
Not me! I think the years in N.Y made him the hungry WR that he is today! I would have been pissed if we drafted him only to get the same production out of him that the Jets did.
Then see another team get him and reap all the benefits like we are today.I really think Moss grew up a lot in N.Y.
Sure Spurier would have loved Moss. But he did have Coles. And in the end what did that do?

Is it Sat yet? I want Tampa!!!!!!
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Old 01-04-2006, 03:51 PM   #18
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Re: Moss Speed

DO they still do the Fastest Man In The NFL competition each year? Interesting to see if he'd go in for it.
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Old 01-04-2006, 05:49 PM   #19
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Re: Moss Speed

I wonder if he'll be returning kicks this week, since it's a playoff game? He returned a kick for a TD last year in the Jets' playoff game against the Steelers. Also, we all know that Gibbs has done this in the past -- putting speedster Darrell Green in to return kicks during playoff games.

Then again, Antonio Brown isn't exactly slow either...
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Old 01-05-2006, 11:20 AM   #20
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Re: Moss Speed

Originally Posted by saden1
I watched Moss highlights tonight and couldn't help but notice that he's fast...very fast...so fast that often times CBs seem to be going noticebly slower. I'm curious, what is Moss' 40 time?

I also noticed that most of the games where Moss was held in check teams basically boxed him in (CB under and safety over the top) with little margin for throw inaccuracy. I guess that's what the Bucs are going to do...hopefully the running game will be so good they won't be able to continue the double coverage approach.
Besides his speed and ability to read the break of a deep pass and adjust. What goes unnoticed is he is constantly fooling CB's by waiting until the last second to put his hands in position to catch the pass.

He is amazing and would be even more amazing with a true # 2 receiver on the team.
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