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Postby AllDay » Sun Sep 21, 2008 5:09 pm

4 catches for 25 yards - with a long of 7 yards.

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Re: Moss value sans Brady. Going, going ,....or gone

Postby fantasizing » Sun Sep 21, 2008 6:18 pm

Against one of the worst secondaries in the league.
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Postby Azrael » Sun Sep 21, 2008 10:03 pm

Yeah, that's trouble. Just goes to show you how important the QB is to the WRs production.
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Re: Moss value sans Brady. Going, going ,....or gone

Postby ROYALWITCHEESE » Sun Sep 21, 2008 11:36 pm

Judge the Pats after the bye. I just have the feeling they are still reeling a bit from the loss of Brady. The bye will let them get some guys healthy and formulate the offense they are going to run moving forward...
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Re: Moss value sans Brady. Going, going ,....or gone

Postby yossarian » Mon Sep 22, 2008 4:15 am

Unless the bye is going to give Brady a chance to get healthy, I don't know if that's going to make a difference. Who's dinged up on the O? Maroney?
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Re: Moss value sans Brady. Going, going ,....or gone

Postby gtabaplayr » Mon Sep 22, 2008 8:10 am

I expect him to have more value at the end of the season than he does right now. Cassell should develop as the season wears on and the coaching staff will find a way to get Randy the ball. If you can get Randy for nickels on the dollar and feel that you can take a chance with the rest of your roster, it might be worth trying to acquire him.
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Re: Moss value sans Brady. Going, going ,....or gone

Postby Felix the Cat » Mon Sep 22, 2008 8:34 am

Did anyone else get the impression that Moss was taking plays off and wasn't putting his full effort into the Miami game?

Granted, I don't know if anyone on the Pats was putting in full effort. Moss was just noticeable because I was looking for it.

You also have to figure in Cassel's dismal performance in the mental aspects of the game. He was making tons of mistakes out there, didn't seem to be going through his progressions, lost the ball twice (and had another INT on the worst throw I've seen in the NFL in a while that was reversed on a very questionable roughing the passer call), took off and tried to run when he had a receiver WIDE open for a likely touchdown, stuff like that. We were supposed to see improvement as he got more practice with the first team, and it seems like he's been regressing instead.

And Cassel still gets compared with Brady - Brady stepped in for an injured starter and lost his second game big, Cassel stepped in for an injured starter and lost his second game big, connect the dots...

I know it's only one game and the Pats played downright terrible, but it's either judge on that game or pull opinions out of thin air.
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Re: Moss value sans Brady. Going, going ,....or gone

Postby fantasizing » Mon Sep 22, 2008 7:12 pm

Its always been a problem with Moss. He gets disinterested and jogs down the sideline if things aren't going rosy his way.
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Re: Moss value sans Brady. Going, going ,....or gone

Postby ROYALWITCHEESE » Mon Sep 22, 2008 7:30 pm

fantasizing wrote:Its always been a problem with Moss. He gets disinterested and jogs down the sideline if things aren't going rosy his way.


That's the exact opposite of what those that are in the know are saying about him currently. Give them time to get on the same page. I bet you see a different team in week 5...
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Re: Moss value sans Brady. Going, going ,....or gone

Postby JasonSeahorn » Mon Sep 22, 2008 10:23 pm

ROYALWITCHEESE wrote:
fantasizing wrote:Its always been a problem with Moss. He gets disinterested and jogs down the sideline if things aren't going rosy his way.


That's the exact opposite of what those that are in the know are saying about him currently. Give them time to get on the same page. I bet you see a different team in week 5...


Moss did look like he gave up on one of the plays. But yeah, they have the bye week to try and work things out. As a Pats fan I am a little worried about Moss though.
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