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  1. JSn

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    I don't understand this. Wasn't he known to be playing through a back injury that would explain this stuff away?

    Moss's lack of effort could be poison ivy to Pats - CBSSports.com

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    Re: Freeman: Moss is Doggin' It Again

    Moss had a great game Sunday. Consider that he was on the injury report last week. Had Brady and the other skill players on the offense played as well we'd have had at least 8 more points, probably 15.

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    LOL, love teh highlighted text....

    u show me ONE other patriot who has to run as much in one game while playing all but one snap, and ill agree

    problem is, NO ONE else on this team has to run as much as RAndy....so yea, if theres a screen to the opposite side, let the guy just stand there, or walk his routes if he wants to

    freeman's a pushover
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    Re: Freeman: Moss is Doggin' It Again

    This isn't the first dumb article Freeman has written.
    The man knows as much about football as a rock.

    Belichick, Brady, and others on the team have repeatedly noted that Randy Moss is one of the hardest working players on the team. He shows up early, leaves late, and gets teammates to join him for film and workouts.

    Belichick has called Randy Moss the smartest football player he has ever seen, and that Randy was the MVP of the offense in 2007. He has also noted that Randy, like other stars, is smart in knowing when to conserve his energy.


    Freeman's article is even more bizarre, since Moss was clutch all day yesterday, the only legit receiver Brady had, and the guy making multiple huge clutch 3rd and 4th down catches. All with a bad back injury, to boot, which nearly kept him out of the game.

    I cannot reiterate just how ignorant and moronic Mike Freeman and his article are.
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    Did they also chart him cheering for his fellow teammates while he was on the sidelines or congratulating them when they had those touchdowns. Sounds like someone trying to dig up dirt.
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    Re: Freeman: Moss is Doggin' It Again

    Exactly. CBS here is looking for a story when there's none to be found.
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    Re: Freeman: Moss is Doggin' It Again

    Maybe they're just pissed Fox had yesterday's game. ;)
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    I have been a long time lurker here, I have seen some stupid articles posted before but this takes the cake.
    He clearly wrote that to get a reaction and traffic to his site.
    It is stupid, badly researched. Massive massive fail.
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    Yeah not to mention the bizzaro crap they supposedly tracked. I think we should ask him to lay out what they saw from every other player on O, since they were surely being objective...
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    Randy Moss was the best player on the field for either team on Sunday.
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    read the story which florio is creating out this :)
    Freeman: Moss is dogging it, again | ProFootballTalk.com

    its sad and pathetic piece of rumor mongering...

    WTF ,WTF ????
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    Ahahaha. Yeah. Moss' averages yesterday definitely show that he's wanting out.

    Florio is a DB, but give him credit. He makes up the best football rumours going.
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    The tape does not lie. If this is true, then everybody in the positional meetings and the offensive meetings is seeing it.
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    This is one of the most bizarre articles in a few years.

    It is so off the mark, I'm speechless.

    Lazy media reporting at its finest.

    Freeman and Florio are the laziest writers ever, known for dogging stories.
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    HAHAHAH

    yea, Moss doesnt want to play here anymore.....lOL, he likes it at oakland better
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    watch how he tries to tie favre and moss now ...how bizzare is that ?
    i know you want to generate hits but this is unbelievable.
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    How ridiculous is this?? The guy is only leading the league in receptions.

    The haters can keep on wishing, Brady and Moss will keep on dishing. :D
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    You guys are way too hard on these writers. They have bosses. They have to produce something. Granted, they might be lazy in that they can't seem to do the hard work required to produce a real story, but they still have to show some product, or else they lose their jobs.

    The bosses don't care how inaccurate their writers are. They only make money when the article is seen, talked about, linked to.
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    Just more long distance static from a NJ/NY reporter. Moss is far removed from the disillusioned player that he was in Oakland and Minnesota.
    But, that did leave him open to forever being reminded of those days, by reporters looking for something to write.

    He obviously hasn't been clued in to the fact that Moss is Brady's best friend on the team, and probably the best QB/WR combo in football.

    But, why let facts get in the way of dishing some dirt.
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    Re: Freeman: Moss is Doggin' It Again

    :rofl:

    Good one. :eat3:
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