Re: Fwd: [patriotzip] Moss being an example to the WRs
- I had not seen this before! Thanks for sharing! Moss apparently knows the meaning of "team". I hope that next season he's able to showcase that immense talent we've seen glimpses of, on a more consistant basis. With TB healthy, and some new talent at WR, and a revamped OL, and a decent D, we could go...dare I say it?Anything can happen, to Anyone, at Anytime.
From: Steve Basile <avatar@...>
To: zip <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sun, January 17, 2010 12:39:58 PM
Subject: Fwd: [patriotzip] Moss being an example to the WRs
I'm not nearly as down on Moss as many of us seem to be.I recall his entire season, and like the Pats, he has had ups and downs. But I don't see a glimmer of the "old Moss" that infected other teams. Instead I see a solid performer, with some good games and some bad, on a team that lost a lot of veterans (and made unproductive effort to replace them with effective replacements) that was poorly coached many times, and executed poorly many others.Moss is the LEAST of this team's problems in 2009, starting with offensive play calling, a O-line that is spotty at best and a D-line that is as porous against the run as I can recall and thoroughly predictable defense and offense throughout most of the year.Does anyone recall THIS Moss discussion (and response) from the way way back machine? Like 4 months ago?Go Pats,
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Web: www.bdrileys.comBegin forwarded message:From: "George" <patswingr@...>Date: September 15, 2009 12:36:34 PM CDTTo: "'Zip Patriots List'" <email@example.com>Subject: [patriotzip] RE: Moss being an example to the WRsReply-To: firstname.lastname@example.org
That is truly awesome! That Randy Moss sure is a head case, isn't he?
Subject: Moss being an example to the WRs
>From Steve Wyche's game story on NFL.com:
Randy Moss, who had 12 catches for 141 yards, sought out New
England's wideouts after showering. He wasn't trying to get them
together for dinner or to hang. He wanted to know if any of them
were going to join him between 8 and 9 a.m. Tuesday -- players'
day off throughout the NFL -- to watch film. They're coming.
Rich Carreiro rlcarr@rlcarr. com