Originally posted by dtg_9er:
If Moss is reinvigorated why would he not be the best receiver on the team? Or, who would have a chance of being better? A better question would be, "Will he be the best all year, in every game, on every down?" If he is then the 9ers will be a complete team. If his interest begins to wane...the offense may still struggle.
It's a little nerve-racking to think that our success may ride on a 35 yr old FA WR who hasn't done much of anything in 2 years. We should be slightly better overall just due to the continuity of the entire offense and especially O-line, but if Moss can be a playmaker, heaven forbid the elite-Moss, then we will have the best team in the league, hands down...
I think Moss's integration into the offense will have multiple ramifications, with Crabtree and Davis getting fewer double teams and improved running lanes for the stable of backs.
-- Side Note, Grammar Question: Does the possessive form for Moss become Moss' or Moss's? Just curious
[ Edited by NinerBuff on Jul 9, 2012 at 5:48 PM ]