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    Re: Player Reaction To Vikings Coaching Change

    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1082695
    Quote Originally Posted by "dfosterf" #1082689
    Anyone still think Moss is laughing all the way to the bank?

    "out of touch post"-- lol

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/12/10/moss-can-elude-only-reporters-now/

    As he comes a non-factor before our eyes, Titans receiver Randy Moss isnít doing much if any running away from defensive backs.* But he still knows how to gain separation from the media.
    According to Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean, Moss blew off reporters after Thursday nightís 30-28 loss.* He was fined earlier this year $25,000 for not talking to reporters; Moss could end up being disciplined again.
    Though Moss was listed as a starter during the NFL Network game coverage, Wyatt says Moss didnít enter the game until five minutes remained in the second quarter.* He had zero catches and, perhaps more importantly, he was targeted zero times.
    Moss has enjoyed only one victory in nine games since being traded out of New England.* The Titans are 0-5 since claiming him on waivers.
    In our view, Moss has lost his passion for the game, and we canít imagine him watching and waiting for a T.O.-style one-year contract offer to come in 2011.* Thereís a good chance that weíre seeing the last of Randy Moss as a pro football player.* Given that heís contributing nothing to the offense and doesnít play special teams, donít be surprised if Moss is cut in the near future.
    LOL, I put this one up in the other thread and said as much.

    There is a guy here at work who is about as bad over the Titans as I am over the Vikes. Damn he was jazzed when they signed him. Now, not so much......:sick:

    My guess, the Chiller got this one right and no one will admit it.B)
    I have a different question.
    Childress had the authority over personel decisions and the right to cut Moss.
    If Childress had that authority to cut him, he also was in charge of bringing him in.

    Why did he bring him in?

    If Childress didn't make a mistake in cutting him, he surely made a mistake trading for him.
    A $3 million dollar and third round pick mistake. That's a pretty big mistake, don't you think?

    If you tell me the Wilfs brought him in I will answer by saying this team has ongoing internal structural problems, no matter who coaches it.
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    Re: Player Reaction To Vikings Coaching Change

    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1082696
    Quote Originally Posted by "jargomcfargo" #1082694
    It appears Moss retired but neglected to tell anyone yet.
    .....snicker......Well played Doc.
    Damned clever, indeed!


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    Re: Player Reaction To Vikings Coaching Change

    It appears Moss retired but neglected to tell anyone yet.
    He played well last night.

    They didn't throw to him, but he was shown throwing some pretty good blocks and running routes.

    ESPN commented on the failure to throw to him and said it was a shame.

    I agree.....but the Titans have some serious problems and Moss has been outside of their dysfunction and doing his job.

    He can't throw to himself.

    And why should he care? He's still a millionaire and laughing all the way to the bank.

    He's probably laughing more now that he can watch others getting beat up by the media.

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    Ah, I finally figured it out.

    Infidel has one of those extra dimensional television sets.

    Kicks the crap out of 3D.

    He was watching the game on the deviated -space - time feed.

    Moss was great, and Brett had way under 5 seconds.

    Maybe the Vikings have won some superbowls on that channel, too. I'd check the archives, and maybe Randy gets offensive player of the week there, plus a massive payday for his achievements this year in his next contract.

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    Re: Player Reaction To Vikings Coaching Change

    Quote Originally Posted by "jargomcfargo" #1082714
    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1082695
    Quote Originally Posted by "dfosterf" #1082689
    Anyone still think Moss is laughing all the way to the bank?

    "out of touch post"-- lol

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/12/10/moss-can-elude-only-reporters-now/

    As he comes a non-factor before our eyes, Titans receiver Randy Moss isnít doing much if any running away from defensive backs.* But he still knows how to gain separation from the media.
    According to Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean, Moss blew off reporters after Thursday nightís 30-28 loss.* He was fined earlier this year $25,000 for not talking to reporters; Moss could end up being disciplined again.
    Though Moss was listed as a starter during the NFL Network game coverage, Wyatt says Moss didnít enter the game until five minutes remained in the second quarter.* He had zero catches and, perhaps more importantly, he was targeted zero times.
    Moss has enjoyed only one victory in nine games since being traded out of New England.* The Titans are 0-5 since claiming him on waivers.
    In our view, Moss has lost his passion for the game, and we canít imagine him watching and waiting for a T.O.-style one-year contract offer to come in 2011.* Thereís a good chance that weíre seeing the last of Randy Moss as a pro football player.* Given that heís contributing nothing to the offense and doesnít play special teams, donít be surprised if Moss is cut in the near future.
    LOL, I put this one up in the other thread and said as much.

    There is a guy here at work who is about as bad over the Titans as I am over the Vikes. Damn he was jazzed when they signed him. Now, not so much......:sick:

    My guess, the Chiller got this one right and no one will admit it.B)
    I have a different question.
    Childress had the authority over personel decisions and the right to cut Moss.
    If Childress had that authority to cut him, he also was in charge of bringing him in.

    Why did he bring him in?

    If Childress didn't make a mistake in cutting him, he surely made a mistake trading for him.
    A $3 million dollar and third round pick mistake. That's a pretty big mistake, don't you think?

    If you tell me the Wilfs brought him in I will answer by saying this team has ongoing internal structural problems, no matter who coaches it.
    Good question, but I think the answer is complicated.

    Surface indications aside, I think Chilly was always less enthusiastic about Favre than we might think. I suspect he would rather have gone another direction than Zygi wanted, but Zygi had strong feelings and Chilly didn't argue.

    Probably pretty much the same with Moss, but Chilly didn't realize just how badly he and Moss would clash.
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    Lol ... I think it would be hilarious if the Titans released him and the Vikings picked him up AGAIN because he "loves Leslie Frazier."

    This site would literally crap itself. It would be quite enjoyable.

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    We can only hope.
    It's what you learn after you know it all that counts.
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    Re: Player Reaction To Vikings Coaching Change

    Quote Originally Posted by "jargomcfargo" #1082714
    Quote Originally Posted by "Marrdro" #1082695
    Quote Originally Posted by "dfosterf" #1082689
    Anyone still think Moss is laughing all the way to the bank?

    "out of touch post"-- lol

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/12/10/moss-can-elude-only-reporters-now/

    As he comes a non-factor before our eyes, Titans receiver Randy Moss isnít doing much if any running away from defensive backs.* But he still knows how to gain separation from the media.
    According to Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean, Moss blew off reporters after Thursday nightís 30-28 loss.* He was fined earlier this year $25,000 for not talking to reporters; Moss could end up being disciplined again.
    Though Moss was listed as a starter during the NFL Network game coverage, Wyatt says Moss didnít enter the game until five minutes remained in the second quarter.* He had zero catches and, perhaps more importantly, he was targeted zero times.
    Moss has enjoyed only one victory in nine games since being traded out of New England.* The Titans are 0-5 since claiming him on waivers.
    In our view, Moss has lost his passion for the game, and we canít imagine him watching and waiting for a T.O.-style one-year contract offer to come in 2011.* Thereís a good chance that weíre seeing the last of Randy Moss as a pro football player.* Given that heís contributing nothing to the offense and doesnít play special teams, donít be surprised if Moss is cut in the near future.
    LOL, I put this one up in the other thread and said as much.

    There is a guy here at work who is about as bad over the Titans as I am over the Vikes. Damn he was jazzed when they signed him. Now, not so much......:sick:

    My guess, the Chiller got this one right and no one will admit it.B)
    I have a different question.
    Childress had the authority over personel decisions and the right to cut Moss.
    If Childress had that authority to cut him, he also was in charge of bringing him in.

    Why did he bring him in?

    If Childress didn't make a mistake in cutting him, he surely made a mistake trading for him.
    A $3 million dollar and third round pick mistake. That's a pretty big mistake, don't you think?

    If you tell me the Wilfs brought him in I will answer by saying this team has ongoing internal structural problems, no matter who coaches it.
    I am going with the "Another WR so ruined by Childress they are never able to recover and be successful again" angle:laugh:

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