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4 Jul

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4 Responses to “Hello world!”

  1. Mr WordPress July 4, 2011 at 4:32 pm #

    Hi, this is a comment.
    To delete a comment, just log in, and view the posts’ comments, there you will have the option to edit or delete them.

  2. wso2hi July 4, 2011 at 5:00 pm #

    First Blog, created to comment on NFL, Brady and Moss.

    • wso2hi July 4, 2011 at 5:00 pm #

      Happy Codependence Day!

  3. wso2hi July 5, 2011 at 5:47 pm #

    ‘Been trying to comment on Randy Moss on all the Sports boards but too many passwords and user names to keep track of. Big buzz on all the list making going on ranking players, All Time and Current at every position, and feel it necessary to keep explaining why I think Randy Moss is still getting the business from the media. Many rank him number 2 behind Rice and I think that’s appropriate. The highlight reel doesn’t lie. “the eye in the sky” of all the video of Moss performing in the hundreds of practices through out his career would only strengthen his reputation as one of the most dominant offensive forces ever. What interests me is how many dismiss how invaluable it is for a WR to be catching passes from a premiere QB. In fact, if one of the many “list makers” over on SI or ESPN would put together a ranking of WR stats as they relate directly to their QB’s stats. For example, Brady’s stats jumped through the roof the very first season he played with Moss, and vica versa. And then typically, the NFL’s DC’s, like always, came up with the right scheme to stop them, much like the Giants did v. SF, not coincidentally using the same philosophy,….PRESSURE and KNOCK DOWN THE QB!
    So much of the criticism of Moss can be put to rest if you take into account: the Brady knee injury; Moss’s gut check leading Cassel and team to 11 win season; and most notably (affecting Moss’s departure from NE.) McDaniel’s leaving Brady and Pats, resulting in a derailing in Brady’s comeback season from surgery. E.G., Peyton Manning also struggled with similar problems when he came back from injury while also dealing with the absence of passing guru Tom Moore. When McDaniel left Brady and Belichick to deal with passing game, they both retreated to the short, multiple read scheme that they ran during their SB run, pre Moss and Welker. So really, Moss’s exit was doomed as soon as McDaniel left. And sadly, I do think Moss’s outstanding performance leading the league in TD’s supporting the greenest starter in NFL history in Matt Cassel, didn’t help his status in the eyes of BB and Kraft who were forced to take sides. To me the three keys to Moss’s exit that weren’t a result of Moss himself were: Brady’s injury, Cassel’s success, the Defense in a serious rebuilding mode, and primarily McDaniel’s departure. The really disappointing thing was the Pats hit a grand slam in the draft with those two essential missing pieces to the passing game puzzle, getting Hernadez and Gronkowski. With a little patience, Belichick and Kraft could have met Moss half way and gave him a modest extension, and last season would have ended the way it should have.
    thanx for letting me VENT!

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