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Felger: Good and bad from Pats loss

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    the moss bashing continues to annoy the Sh*t out of me. The "78 of 79 snaps for moss" under the "puke" category.

    HE'S BEING DOUBLE TEAMED. WHY FORCE IT? HE OPENED THE WHOLE OTHER SIDE OF THE FIELD FOR GAFNEY AND WATSON ON THURSDAY NIGHT.

    we get it felger, you hate moss. fine. now STFU
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    Felgie didn't watch the excellent downfield blocking by Moss on several plays. also, Moss got open deep a couple times. Once Matt flat out missed him while on another play Moss stumbled and the result was that Cassel overthrew him. I thought he played excellent ball against the Jets.

    We lost mainly because of two factors (1) drive killing turnovers & mistakes, and (2) inability to make a defensive stop on 3rd and 15.
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    It's tough to impossible from my Television vantage point of that game to say whether Moss was dogging it - but your point is correct. He's double teamed. Use that to our advantage. What exactly is the point of Moss running all out each and every play when he's double teamed and not likely the first option? To tire himself out?

    No doubt, he should mix it up - run hard sometimes, not so hard others, see if he can use that to his advantage... but the only thing that concerns me are the overthrown passes from Cassel to Moss - it doesn't seem like they've got good timing for the deep routes, and THAT might cause teams to begin putting more pressure up front.
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