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    Moss best WR in the redzone and the league, says ESPN.com

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    Moss best WR in the redzone and the league, says ESPN.com

    Moss is a bright spot

    Here is another Red Zone article. We are not the only team having Red Zone problems

    Good article, put things into perspective.

    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/columns/story?columnist=pasquarelli_len&id=1891226

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    Moss best WR in the redzone and the league, says ESPN.com

    Aggressive vs Taking what we get

    I think anytime we use Moss we are on the Aggressive side.

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    Re: Moss best WR in the redzone and the league, says ESPN.co

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    They are just now figuring that out? What games have they been watching the last couple of years? :drunken:
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    Moss best WR in the redzone and the league, says ESPN.com

    Which leads me to only one conclusion? The Vikes can dink and dunk their way across the field if they want to, but if they want to get it into the end zone, they need to give the ball to Randy. Considering all of the missed opportunities of the last two weeks, they could do no worse than to just throw the ball to him EVERY time they get in the red zone...the percentage that he actually would beat the double and triple teaming that he invariably gets and would command once the other team figures out that he is the first/second/third option in the red zone is sure to be no worse than their current percentage of misfires when they have tried to punch it into the end zone. It is worth a shot if nothing else.
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    Moss best WR in the redzone and the league, says ESPN.com

    No offense, but that kinda sounds like the "Randy Ratio", not quite but almost. I will agree though, Randy's hard to beat in the endzone. :cheers:
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