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Old 10-24-2012, 04:58 PM   #271
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Old 10-24-2012, 11:49 PM   #272
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Frikkin Lunch Pail Logan is the man!!! He's a big dude too...should make a great endzone target for RG3.

Don't get me wrong though, I still hope Cooley comes snarling back and plays several more years with us.
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Cooley isn't all that old in the grand scheme of things. Question is can his body hold up and is he doing all that he has to do at his age to prolong his career. We shall see. He has his second shot. I hope he takes advantage of it.
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I've been thinking it all season but one game this year he's going to break out and make a few huge plays. Maybe I'm just wishful thinking here idk
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I've been thinking it all season but one game this year he's going to break out and make a few huge plays. Maybe I'm just wishful thinking here idk
Even if he does will it be like a one hit wonder? just dont ever see the guy consistently catching the ball for us. special teams and third string TE im more than happy with. He could be a solid role player I guess. Oh and never run an option with him. Ever.


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Old 10-25-2012, 01:54 AM   #277
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I've been thinking it all season but one game this year he's going to break out and make a few huge plays. Maybe I'm just wishful thinking here idk
Hard to see anything coming together with Paul anytime soon. Morgan on the other hand is very likely to have a monster game, or two. He's got all the physical ability IMO and good hands overall. Those types can have huge games, but not consistently.

I kind of expect the same with Garcon, whenever he gets healthy. Lack of consistency was always an issue for him in Indy, so it shouldn't surprise anyone here.

Neither of those guys is anywhere near the WR Moss still is today, and in fact I suspect Moss could and likely will outplay them both for another couple years.

It's kinda crappy Moss isn't getting targeted more, as in a lot. He's never had a QB anywhere near RG3's talent and yet produced near-elite seasons.
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Moss just said, yesterday I believe, that he likes his new role in the slot with limited touches because it keeps him fresh and can help him and the team down the stretch
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^ nice. agree with him he makes a valid point
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At 33, Redskins' WR Santana Moss isn't done yet - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN

Here is an article about Moss and how he approached this year.
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Moss just said, yesterday I believe, that he likes his new role in the slot with limited touches because it keeps him fresh and can help him and the team down the stretch
Right, because it's impossible to think he'd want more touches, more yards, more touchdowns

Moss has been a team 1st guy for as long as I can remember. His comments support the team, as in Mike's/Kyle's decision to limit the most talented receiver on the roster to get "their" guys more work.
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At 33, Redskins' WR Santana Moss isn't done yet - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN

Here is an article about Moss and how he approached this year.
I like the bottom notes on the article...Cooley got is old locker back (from Cousins). Cousins seems like a pretty good dude.
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Right, because it's impossible to think he'd want more touches, more yards, more touchdowns

Moss has been a team 1st guy for as long as I can remember. His comments support the team, as in Mike's/Kyle's decision to limit the most talented receiver on the roster to get "their" guys more work.
Im torn on this. Moss is definitely saying what a team player would say , but i think there is something to the fact that he knows he is at the end of his career and doesnt have the legs under him to be a full go game in and game out. I think if Moss thought he was feeling "young" he would let it be known he could contribute more. But yes what he said is definitely a generic response in the team first mold.


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Cooley isn't all that old in the grand scheme of things. Question is can his body hold up and is he doing all that he has to do at his age to prolong his career. We shall see. He has his second shot. I hope he takes advantage of it.
I always knew Cooley could still play. Under the Shanahan regime though he hasn't been the exact same player that he was under Gibbs and Zorn namely because of injuries. Cooley is just a few years removed from those days but still should be able to contribute on the same level that he did back then.
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I like the bottom notes on the article...Cooley got is old locker back (from Cousins). Cousins seems like a pretty good dude.
I think Cousins is a team first guy as well. But would anyone, as a rookie backup QB, dare to say no to a locker change for someone that is very popular among fans and team mates? I know I wouldnt, not a chance.

If I was a vet and saw him say no to a locker change, I would put about 10 rolls of duct tape in his locker with a note asking "Which goalpost?".
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