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    Robinson only once in awhile showed up in the red zone, and at best i'd say he's are third option. he dissapears way too much from time to time
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    whoops accidently entered the same post twice. damn mouse
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    "Angryviking" wrote:
    whoops accidently entered the same post twice. damn mouse
    Sure. You're just trying to get more posts. I know your game. Haha!!LOL!
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    "Angryviking" wrote:
    I simply think that Burleson is a more well rounded receiver who showed he could carry the load espically in clutch situation. it seemed to me moss would dissappear during the strench if, espically if he didn't get the ball right away. also Culpepper is a hella of a lot better than Collins on his best day.
    More rounded receiver? Are you kidding? About the only thing he does BETTER than Moss is break tackles. Moss runs routes as just as well, has the best hands in the game, goes deep better than anyone and accelerates faster than any receiver to ever play ... I love my Vikes too, but c'mon people ... Moss may go nuts next year, and if he is healthy I see him getting between 16-20 (yes I mean that number) TDs just to shut everyone up, he always played better when he thought the world was against him ... Burleson is good for 10-12 I think, which would be great, but no Moss

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    Moss didn't really run the greatest routes, he usually just ran up the field fastest than everybody and caught almost everything around him
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    "Angryviking" wrote:
    Moss didn't really run the greatest routes, he usually just ran up the field fastest than everybody and caught almost everything around him
    Which is why he is dangerous!!! Fortunately Burleson has trained under that wide receiver stud.
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    Moss without a doubt.. i dont think Nate can put up with havin a number 1 corner on him everydown every game all year long.. he isnt used to it yet.. Randy is hands down the best WR.. i dont care who he has throwing him the ball he will jump up and get it

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    Well alright anybody glad to see him go with his attitude of i'll only play when i want to and blah blah, i saw plays where he only took a step off the line of scrimmage, frankly i'm glad to see him go. sure his numbers were great, but his attitude affected the entire team.
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    To be totally honest.
    Randy Moss will outscore Burleson this year. Unless Moss gets injured.
    Moss has proven himself since 1998 when he had Johnson, Cunningham, George, Boumann, Freerotte, and Culpepper throwing to him that he is a superstar no matter who is throwing the ball.
    I see Moss having at least 15 TD catches, 1400 yards receiving, and roughly 80 catches. Pretty much close to his average stats.

    If Minnesota does not acquire another premier WR, Burleson will be the #1, and will be targeted as such. He will be keyed on, doubled is needed, and his TD's will probably go down.

    Just because Moss is not a Viking anymore, it doesn't mean he left his talent. Unless of course you believe it was all Denny Green's system and that the player doesn't matter, but the system.......lol

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    Moss will have 14 Tds Nate will have 12
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