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Randy Moss

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by PackOne, Feb 29, 2008.

  1. bozz_2006
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    and all i'm saying is that it wasn't just "a team" that decided they were going to shut down Jennings, it was the team that in their next game won the Super Bowl, defeating the team that set a record for the most points scored in a season, a QB who threw 50 TDs, and a WR who caught 23 TDs. the Giants decided to shut Jennings down, but the Giants weren't just "a team"
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    point i am making is this.........other team will take note of how the giants took jennings out of the game. Greg will be seeing many more safties coming over the top and applying big hits to try and keep him from making big plays in 2008
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    Jennings was shut down? The entire Packers offense was shut DOWN. They barely had the dang ball.
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    driver had a big game.
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    Thank you for assisting in proving my point. :)

    Packers didn't have the ball left and Driver had a big game. What was left for Jennings? :shock:
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    Technically no. He had one big play.

    If you take that big play out, Driver had only 4 catches for 30 yards. Hardly a 'big day'.
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    AADP, when you have a 90 yard TD catch + that minor yardage he gained, I think it can be called at least a good day.
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    There is a difference between having a good day stats wise, and having a good day in terms of consistency.

    Driver had a good day based on the former, but I think you'll agree that our whole team lacked consistency. When we needed a play most, no one stepped up. Not Greg, not Driver, not Brett, not Al Harris, not Kampman.

    Based on consistency, Driver (as with the rest of our team) had a bad day.
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    Wrong. Driver had 5 catches for 141 yards. His td was 90 yards. That leaves 4 catches for 51 yards. He had a big day.
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    now wait a minute...............the giants won the super bowl, pretty much shut down the patriots offense, and driver had a 90 yard run and 4 other receptions against the same defense that shut down the patriots, and you are telling me driver had a bad day.

    i never heard that before, you are the only guy i ever saw actually write this anywhere.


    something is not right here, i'm going fishing!!
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    This is just a little different look at the Giants/Packers chamionship game. The weak spot for the Giant defense was their pass defense and virutally chose not to attack there for whatever reason. You have Brett Favre, some outstanding receievers and we decide we're a running team. I'm still miffed at that.

    Then we decide that Harris can handle Burress. Well it's obvious to everyone in America, except Sanders, that he can't. We chose not to change our defensive strategy. And you wonder why we lost the championship game?

    I'm not saying that had we thrown more down field, or if we make the defensive changes that it would guarantee a win, but we'll never know now will we?
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    Make a fair offer for Moss (3-years, $32 mil with $12-15 mil guaranteed). Put the ball in his court and see what he says. That type of offer won't impact the visits we have scheduled and he might even take it.
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    Why do you want to offer him that much money. Bringing in Moss may alter the development of Jones, Jenning, and Martin. We've got four solid, if not great, receivers. I wouldn't spend a dime of my salary cap money on Moss. He's not worth it and he signing him wouldn't fill a need.
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    Keep away from Mr. Moss, please!!
    Why in the world would it be wise to sign a player who
    did not want to play for GB last year with throwing big
    money in his direction this year.

    Why should we try being the Raiders?????

    Thank God for TT!!!!
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    Uh.....you mean, kinda like Moss was shut down in the playoffs? :wink:
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    I agree! I was ticked at the time he did it, but it really wasn't that big of a deal. We already "hated" him for beating us so many times, and to me, it was just the frosting on the cake.
    But IF TT brought him here, i would cheer for him. (Until he did something that warrented my cheers being taken back)
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    Not saying i dont think Moss is an amazing player but:

    Broke Jerry Rice record?

    Rice 22 td's in 12 games

    Moss 23 td's in 16 games

    Rice > Moss
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    we'd certainly have the cap space!
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    Good day stat wise yes. To imply he dominated the Giants secondary I feel is an overstatement. We got out of Driver most expect. He was consistent and had a big score. The rest of the team's offense ... didn't :(
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    Fair enough, I'd still take him.
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    Dont sign him..our wide receivers are good enough(most YAC last year)...maybe just draft a tall receiver and we'll be good
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    The latest according to PFT

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    i wouldnt mind seeing Moss come to GB if Farve comes back...i think Farve still wants Moss in GB
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    Illl never forget the mooning thing. sorry
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