Originally posted by Kolohe:Originally posted by TheGoldStandard:
we haven't banned this troll yet?
Randy Moss, best ever?
Ok lets see here, hmm, Moss played in one Super Bowl, the biggest stage in sports. Surely, as the best of all time he must of had a monster game, right?
He had 5 catches for 62 yards and 1 touch down, not bad.
Ok now Jerry Rice, I mean what has he ever done, lets look at his Super Bowl numbers, can't be better than the great Randy Moss.
1988 Super Bowl: 11 catches, 215 yards receiving, 1 touchdown, and one rush for 5 yards, 220 yards total offense.
That must of been some kind of fluke though right?
1989 Super Bowl: 7 catches, 148 yards, 3 touchdowns
Well sure he dominated the 80s, but I mean come on! He had Joe Montana at quarterback....
1994 Super Bowl: 10 catches, 149 yards, 3 touchdowns, 1 rush for 10 yards.
Sure, he had SEVEN touchdowns in 3 Super Bowls, but he played with Steve Young and Joe Montana, and for all those great Niner teams, he couldn't do that if he played somewhere else.....
2002 Super Bowl: 5 catches, 77 yards, 1 touchdown.
See! That's pretty close to Randy's numbers! So, Randy must be better! Oh wait, you mean Jerry Rice put up those numbers at age 39? You mean Randy Moss's only Super Bowl performance equals Jerry's worst? So, how exactly is Randy Moss better? Don't the best play at their best when it matters most? Isn't that why they are, you know, the best?!
Look Junior, when Randy Moss comes through in a game that matters, and there are first for everything, then speak up. When he does it consistently over a whole career, then you can come sit down at the grown folks table. But until that day, Randy Moss is just a guy with a lot of "pretty" numbers that doesn't come through in the clutch, and you are just some kid spouting off at the kids table, now eat your vegetables and kindly shut up.
This post should end all arguments of who was the greatest or is the greatest.
Still waiting on those facts btw true1.
He will blow off these facts with arguments against nobody in particular, he will call us all idiots for paying attention to records instead of raw talent, and failing to recognize that receivers can keep pace on their current recording breaking stats like marvin harrison and TO and whichever receiver is about to get too old.