|09-29-2008, 03:03 PM||#1|
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Santana Moss Chat on ESPN @ 3:30
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|09-29-2008, 03:24 PM||#2|
Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Damascus, MD
Re: Santana Moss Chat on ESPN @ 3:30
Someone please post what was said...Can't watch it at work!
"No one runs on the Cowboys" - Wade Phillips
Incorrect Wade...the Burgundy and Gold just ran all over you.
|09-29-2008, 08:23 PM||#4|
Join Date: May 2004
Re: Santana Moss Chat on ESPN @ 3:30
SportsNation Buzzmaster: Santana Moss will be here in minutes as the first of our NFL Insider's Chat!
SportsNation Buzzmaster: Hang in there folks. Santana is completing his workout.
SportsNation Buzzmaster: I'm being told just a few more minutes eveyone. Thanks for being patient.
SportsNation Buzzmaster: Let's see what you're saying out there.
Josh (Chapel Hill, NC): Just wanted to say that I'm a huge Redskins fan and you're amazing. Keep up the good work.
Mike - Maryland: Santana: I've been a Skins fan for 35 years and I have never seen a more explosive receiver wearing the uniform. Great game an dkeep it up! Hail to the Redskins
Steven (D.C): Not really a question... On behalf of Redskins nation, thank you for yesterdays win over the Cowboys! There has been a smile on my face since 7:30 yesterday. Ill be there in Philadelphia Sunday, Good luck vs the Eagles.
SportsNation Buzzmaster: We've got Santana!
De'Angelo: Hey Moss, give me one word to describe your day yesterday??
SportsNation Santana Moss: It was fun. That was one word I can say. It was fun.
Cedrick, Fairfax VA: That game Yesterday defined a season! Redskin Football! What is the biggest difference between this office anf Al Saunders Office?
SportsNation Santana Moss: Honestly, the big difference is that everyone is getting a chance to be the best at what they're doing. There are two differences - not holding back anything and giving the playmakers a chance to do what they can do. Using the abilities that we have.
Hunter, Atlanta, GA: Santana, First, Hail! Great team win yesterday. You got to burn Newman yesterday, are you looking forward to taking it to Asante this Sunday?
SportsNation Santana Moss: I look at it how it comes. I'm not too worried about the defenders that I have to play. Whoever it is that's out there, I'm not going to be cocky with him and say that I'm going to burn him. Whatever I have to do, I'm going to do.
Craig (Norwich, CT): Who the most talented Moss, Randy, Kate, Brandon, or you?
SportsNation Santana Moss: I'll let you be the judge of that.
Chad (Shannon, IL): Santana - Do you think the Cowboys realize that you're the number one receiver for the Redskins, or are they still not going to bother covering you when your rematch takes place?
SportsNation Santana Moss: It varies. From the past few years, it's not easy out there with the Cowboys. They have different schemes. They were more particular about trying to man up and put pressure on us. I'm pretty sure they know what's going on here. It's nothing new.
Portland, OR: With you and Randel El, one of the smallest WR tandems in the leagues how do you both put up such big numbers?
SportsNation Santana Moss: First of all, that's our job out there. I never put a rank on any opponent or athlete. It's not about the size. If you play big, you'll put up big numbers.
scott janesville wisconsin: Afer the victory over the Cowboys on Sunday, are the Skins the best team in the NFC?
SportsNation Santana Moss: We'll take it one week at a time. We're not worried about that. We have a lot of games left and there's a lot of time left. Every week we should get better.
Aaron (Richmond, VA): Did you give Jason some grief after the game for leaving that deep ball short and costing you the touchdown?
SportsNation Santana Moss: Not at all. When you watch the play, you see that he got a little pressure. He had to step up in the pocket. He came up to me and apologized. I told him not to worry about it. I was glad he made the big play. The touchdowns will come.
Bob Felton, DE: It appears that you and Jason Campbell are on the same page. What is the difference from last year to this year.
SportsNation Santana Moss: The difference is the confidence and knowing each other more. Even though we've been in the system for not even half of a season, we've been around together learning it on the same page. We're on the same page with it. Last year, I couldn't get the reps with him in practice and we had to go out and play. When you see it a lot in practice, you can do the same things in the game.
Ameen, Rockville MD: Huge win Santanna. It appears you have returned to your dominant 2005 form, and I was wondering what steps you took in the off season to get to this level?
SportsNation Santana Moss: This year was that I just didn't do anything for three months. I just let my body go to waste for three months. The only way I was going to get my body to feel the way I want it to is to let it heal.
Mike: What's your favorite route to run?
SportsNation Santana Moss: All of them. Anything that they call up, I'm in favor of.
Justin (Philly): Hey Santana, great game yesterday against the Cowboys. I'm curious to know what corner has been the toughest matchup for you throughout your pro career? Good luck the rest of the season
SportsNation Santana Moss: Honestly, I think schemes are tougher than the players themselves. Any CB at this level can shut you down week in week out. It depends on what scheme you are playing. If you're in Cover 2, then the WR needs to ahve an option out. It's more schemes than the hard CBs.
Dan (Alexandria, VA): Hey Santana, great game yesterday! As a Redskins fan, it was awesome to watch the Hogs grab a win in "Big D." For those of us that only got to watch from our couches, what was the atmosphere like yesterday?
SportsNation Santana Moss: It was exciting. It was just one of those moments, you just knew it was going to be one of those games. You weren't going to just lolly-gag around. It was going to be hard=nosed.
Scott (NY, NY): Way to go! Nothing like beating the Cowboys. How are Malcolm Kelly and Devin Thomas coming along? Between the injuries and inexperience, we don't get to see them on the field much in games yet.
SportsNation Santana Moss: Devin is playing with us now. Malcolm is overcoming some nicks. They're both talented guys. Once they're all healthy, you'll probably see and hear a lot from them.
Dave, LV: So, has the team given Cooley grief for his blog? What about the "oops" picture of him using the restroom? Surely you guys haven't let him off the hook
SportsNation Santana Moss: Honestly, all you can do is laugh at anything Cooley does. Some of the stuff that goes on is funny. I sincerely think that it was something that was blown out of proportion, but at the same time it was funny because you know Cooley was behind it.
Gram (McLean, VA): Speaking of Cooley's blog, how are you doing in his fantasy league?
SportsNation Santana Moss: I suck. I suck in that fantasy football league. It seems like every time I have a chance to win, something goes wrong. But I can't give up now.
Mike (Ohio): Do you have any pregame rituals or superstitions?
SportsNation Santana Moss: Not really. I do the same thing I've been doing since I was young. Something I'm used to doing.
Randy (Madison,WI): To Redskin fans, the Cowboy-Redskin rivalry is huge. Many of us view it as the greatest rivalry in all of sports. Do you guys on the team feel the same way as the fans?
SportsNation Santana Moss: Yes. Honestly, this rivalry is something that we get up for. Playing in the big games is something that turns on everything in you as a player. You can let it out in those games. It's everything that everyone can imagine it is.
SportsNation Santana Moss: I appreciate all the fans. Keep rooting for me.
SportsNation Buzzmaster: Thanks Santana! And congrats on your win.
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