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  1. Iron Helmet

    Iron Helmet On the Game Day Roster

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    Debate at work...NY fans involved (obviously)...Who would you rather have?
     
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    What kind of question is this?? lololololol- You do realize where you are right bro? :D
     
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    Plaxico doesn't have half the hands that Moss does.
     
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    :rolleyes: Plastico cant hold Moss' jock strap.
     
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    Nordy Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Ahahahahahahahahahahahhahahahahaha
     
  6. Iron Helmet

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    Of course...:rocker:

    Hoping folks can keep the homerism at bay, and answer honestly. My friend seems to think they are comparable at this point in their careers.
     
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    Nordy Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Well your friend is a moron.
     
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    Plaxico drops more balls than he catches. He's way, way overrated.
     
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    Moss or T.O. is a more apt comparison.

    Definitely Moss.
     
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    Your friend is an idiot. Moss is a Hall of Famer, Plaxico is very good but not a Hall of Famer. Do your argument a favor and ask non-Patriots fans. You'll get the same reaction and it will seem less branded with homerism.
     
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    I guess they are comparing Brady and Eli as well?:D

    Seriously.... Moss has been the best receiver in the league so far, making all kind of catches, while catching everything thrown his way.

    To answer your question appropriately, Plaxico has been great indeed, but he is not in the same league as Moss. The only comparable thing is their similar size.
     
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    Plaxico's nickname among the players is "Plexiglass."

    You'd have to have an iron helmet to think this was a legitimate question.
     
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    Moss, and it's not even close.

    And I like Plaxico a lot more than most, by the way. I think he's a very good receiver and makes Eli look quite a bit better than he is at times; but again...this is just not close.
     
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    Oh I get it..can I try....Delhomme or Elway?

    Yeah, this is fun!
     
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    I think Plaxico is very good, but come on...I think maybe your friend is being the homer.
     
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    Moss could quite possibly be the most "physically gifted" WR in the HISTORY OF THE LEAGUE.

    I would have said that after his years in Minny.

    Speed, Size, Hands, Leaping ability, Body Control, the ability to get open... Moss is just on a different level.
     
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    If he's a baseball fan at all ask him: Jeter or Lugo. :p
     
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    Please tell me the question meant Santana Moss, so I would at least have to think for a split second.
     
  19. Holy Diver

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    Sinorice Moss?

    Pete Moss?

    what Moss are we talking about?
     
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    Sinorice Moss. They're debating WRs on the Giants.

    Regards,
    Chris
     
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