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By Reader Poll  |  December 14, 2009; 9:31 AM ET  | Category:  New England Patriots Save & Share:  Send E-mail   Facebook   Twitter   Digg   Yahoo Buzz   StumbleUpon   Technorati  
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Randy Moss is a selfish player with skill that ultimately destroys any team he touches. Raiders made the Superbowl until Moss came then they stunk. The Pats won 3 championships until Mr. MEMEME came to town. I don't know what Belichick was thinking. Moss should be playing basketball not football with that attitudeof his. NFL is about team.

Posted by: gotbra | December 14, 2009 12:29 PM

Agreed. If Randy Moss doesn't go to Oakland, Al Davis doesn't continue his descent into senility, fire Jon Gruden, and systematically draft busts for the next 6 years. If Randy Moss doesn't go to New England, the Patriots offensive line plays a magnificent game and David Tyree drops the helmet catch. Also, Tom Brady's knee doesn't get destroyed last season and the Pats win another Super Bowl.

Gotbra, that is some seriously stupid drivel. Randy Moss is one of the greatest wide receivers ever. Every team in the NFL would be glad to have him. End of discussion.

Posted by: babalugats | December 14, 2009 1:52 PM

To be completely accurate, the Raiders lost the Super Bowl to the Bucs and then were 4-12 and 5-11 the next two seasons. Then they got Moss in an attempt to improve their fortunes. They stunk before Moss got there, stunk while he was there, and have not been much good since.

New England has had a history of success with problem players- Corey Dillon comes to mind- but the turnover in players over the years may have changed the team chemistry. Moss is no doubt a selfish jerk, but even he must realize that on that team there are only two indispensable guys and one is named Tom and the other is named Bill and it's a very bad idea to P.O. both of them at the same time.

Posted by: kguy1 | December 14, 2009 1:55 PM

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