Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by Snarf, Apr 29, 2007.
Everything he knows.
well..not everything .. at least i hope not but the the good things yes.
Yes, Moss will be a role model. Jackson will know what it means to want to win, and what it takes as far as practice time and film time and in determination.
You can't teach Moss' abilities.
Moss's game is all about athleticism, speed, and body control. You can't teach what he does. He may be the only person in NFL (sports?) history with his unique blend of ability.
Chad is athletic and fast..not Randy Moss type but hes got quiet a bit of his own. Body control and overall game can be thought
I think the FO doesnt see Jackson as a option for some time.
He's not Randy Moss. No one is.
Donte Stallworth would be a better mentor to Chad.
Well thats true. But also remember many of these Wide outs are under one year deals essentially. At least 4 of them. So if CJ improves, the Pats can easily put him in the fold in 08.
Chad's break out year will be his third year, just like college. Just keep tutoring the kid.
Yeah there is gonna be a logjam at WR now with Moss, Stallworth, and Welker expecting the majority of balls. I think Watson will also benefit from the attention our deep threats will be getting. Look for Chad to go on IR this year and break out next year once we part ways with whoever didn't pass muster this year.
at this point I'm wondering if Jackson will even make the team
How can you teach someone to stay injury free . Jackson is flat out worthless until he can get on the field consistently.
Moss can teach Chad and Marquise how to pack properly when leaving town.
Like how to roll a doobie
Chad who? 10 characters
Maybe being around a possible HOF WR will really be a good thing for all of our recievers. I wouldnt bank on Moss taking CJ under his wing to be honest.....his rep and the fact that he has been a Patriot for a half of a day.
I'd rather see Moss hanging around with Rodney Harrison and Jackson hang with Troy Brown
I'm more interested in seeing Moss, Stallworth and Welker give lessons to Hobbs, Gay, Sanders, Wilson and Meriweather.
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