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Richard Boadu & Claude Clayborne
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Richard Boadu & Claude Clayborne

Publisher/Co-Editors of 6Magazine - a football and hip-hop culture digital magazine

Moss as good as ... silver


Randy Moss is worth his weight in silver. No longer a top tier wide receiver as time slowly catches up with Randy, his stronghold on the game continues to erode for this once great player. The key word is slowly, because if you saw what he did to Darrelle Revis (don't give me the bad hamstring excuse, if it was that bad, why are you trying to run with the human equivalent of a Lamborghini?) earlier in the season, you still know Randy's got the juice.

Gold weighs more than silver, so do teams really want to deal with an overall second tier wide receiver who will occasionally give you a top tier game? Some might, but they should be forewarned that Randy will always be Randy. He's not a locker room cancer in any way, shape or form despite what many will say. Is Randy worth all his antics? To be honest, no, but he will always be himself, so if you acquire him you are going to have to deal with him.

Several teams that would benefit from Randy Moss would be the Rams, Redskins, Titans, Chiefs, Chargers, Bears, and Seahawks. The team that picks up Moss needs to have a strong owner, coach, and locker room in place. None of these teams have the trifecta of criteria I mentioned, but the Redskins and Titans could handle Moss and are most likely to be the teams to pick him up.

-- Richard Boadu

By Richard Boadu & Claude Clayborne  |  November 2, 2010; 11:30 AM ET  | Category:  Minnesota Vikings , NFL , Randy Moss Save & Share:  Send E-mail   Facebook   Twitter   Digg   Yahoo Buzz   StumbleUpon   Technorati  
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I will take Moss anyday over most of the WR on the roster (even on the days he doesnt feel like playing)!!

NOV 28
Randy Moss scores 3 TDs and over 200 yards against his former team! lol

Posted by: flipnopmpr | November 3, 2010 9:57 AM

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