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    “They have quite a few weapons and you have to try to pick your poison a little bit against these guys,” Crennel said. “Moss has been killing people and we didn’t want him to kill us, so we died by the hands of somebody else.”

    They rolled their coverage to Randy on every play. Stallworth and Watson will have career years if this keeps up.
     
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    You're damned if you do and you're damned if you don't.

    Double cover Moss and you're left with a mismatch on Stallworth, Watson or Welker. Single cover Moss and you get burned for 100 yards. Load up on defensive backs and we'll run Morris through your line.
     
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    And after the Pats do that, some media idiot will say something about videogate and spying, as the reason the Pats are so dominating.......

    oh well, the Pats have a big bullseye on their backs and the better the Pats play, the bigger it will get.....
     
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    What's encouraging about this is that the Pats will be better prepared to utilize the many other weapons on offense. I bet Dallas will key in on Moss bigtime (though Moss kills Dallas when he plays them).
     

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