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Randy Moss

^ if Moss keep playing with the current attitude and effort, I'd say it's a no-brainer to call him "the best WR on our roster."
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by sincalfaithful:
Originally posted by BayArea:
Originally posted by sincalfaithful:

Wow nice way to contribute. Check this guy out, what a smart dude. Is able to formulate such amazing arguments. Look at that first paragraph. Dude clicked quote and then clicked on a smiley.

Nice one now try and actually make a point.

Sorry I couldn't formulate any argument at the time I was laughing too hard from the poster calling Williams a great player. 20 catches and a blown NFC title game do not result in a player being called great.

The everlasting butt-hurt of the NFCCG fumble...

Yeah I don't know why I can't get past it, I mean its not like the game was important
Originally posted by sincalfaithful:
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by sincalfaithful:
Originally posted by BayArea:
Originally posted by sincalfaithful:

Wow nice way to contribute. Check this guy out, what a smart dude. Is able to formulate such amazing arguments. Look at that first paragraph. Dude clicked quote and then clicked on a smiley.

Nice one now try and actually make a point.

Sorry I couldn't formulate any argument at the time I was laughing too hard from the poster calling Williams a great player. 20 catches and a blown NFC title game do not result in a player being called great.

The everlasting butt-hurt of the NFCCG fumble...

Yeah I don't know why I can't get past it, I mean its not like the game was important

Gotta agree with sin here. Calling Williams great is a huge stretch. Is he a kid with talent that appears to be working his tail off to make this team.
Originally posted by SportsFan:
Originally posted by sincalfaithful:
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by sincalfaithful:
Originally posted by BayArea:
Originally posted by sincalfaithful:

Wow nice way to contribute. Check this guy out, what a smart dude. Is able to formulate such amazing arguments. Look at that first paragraph. Dude clicked quote and then clicked on a smiley.

Nice one now try and actually make a point.

Sorry I couldn't formulate any argument at the time I was laughing too hard from the poster calling Williams a great player. 20 catches and a blown NFC title game do not result in a player being called great.

The everlasting butt-hurt of the NFCCG fumble...

Yeah I don't know why I can't get past it, I mean its not like the game was important

Gotta agree with sin here. Calling Williams great is a huge stretch. Is he a kid with talent that appears to be working his tail off to make this team.

Well I never said he was GREAT, but I hear ya.
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
I guess Randy's the best WR on the roster.

Link

That didn't take long.


... or its just another Harbaugh mind game.

Mind games. He's stroking Moss' ego while motivating the other guys. They can't get upset because Moss is a legend in their eyes, whether he still has it or not.

Brilliant
Originally posted by 49ersalldaway126:

no one else a bit discouraged by this?

Redarding the second blog you posted...Am I discouraged by a random NE fan who blames his beloved Tom Brady's interceptions on Moss?

Haha, NO. I don't give a f*ck what NE fans say about anything.
[ Edited by djfullshred on Jul 9, 2012 at 4:44 PM ]
Harbaugh is a genius.
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.
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...

Trent Baalke Jim Harbaugh

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 ]
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
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...

Trent Baalke Jim Harbaugh

I think Mosses 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.

The Serius Radio commentary mentioned Harbaugh asking Moss to sit in the first row of each meeting and he did. This changes the whole attitude of the team and alone justifies the Moss signing. Then the fact that Crabtree and Ginn are following him around like puppies, working their rear ends off...win before TC opens. Now if he plays like his old self...wow!
Originally posted by NinerBuff:


-- Side Note, Grammar Question: Does the possessive form for Moss become Moss' or Moss's? Just curious

bolded is the correct one.. ^
Originally posted by dtg_9er:
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
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...

Trent Baalke Jim Harbaugh

I think Mosses 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.

The Serius Radio commentary mentioned Harbaugh asking Moss to sit in the first row of each meeting and he did. This changes the whole attitude of the team and alone justifies the Moss signing. Then the fact that Crabtree and Ginn are following him around like puppies, working their rear ends off...win before TC opens. Now if he plays like his old self...wow!

Wow indeed sir

What happens if this gets crazy and he has another 80 catches 1400 yds 15 TD season? Or even statistically a better season than Rice ever had !!!

... Oh and yes, I've got to do some corporal punishment for even mentioning that a WR could have a better season than the GOAT.
I am looking at Moss as a better option but similar as I did with Braylon. Was excited about Braylon, but the injuries flopped him. Now, this year is different, I hope. Even if Moss flops as Braylon did? It seems that Crabtree and Williams have improved their game and will be better with yr 2 of the scheme. To add to a flopped Moss circumstance, we would be better on depth with Crabs, KW, Manningham and presumably Jenkins. I don't even mind Ginn Jr. as a 4th/5th.

In shorter words, we are better protected for the possible flop of Moss or a "Morgan" injury.
Originally posted by oldman9er:
Originally posted by NinerBuff:


-- Side Note, Grammar Question: Does the possessive form for Moss become Moss' or Moss's? Just curious

bolded is the correct one.. ^

Now is that always correct or is there a situation where Moss's would be used, perhaps to suggest the possessive of multiple Moss individuals?

As in singular = Moss'
plural = Moss's or Mosses' ???
If we're winning and he's getting balls thrown his way well get everything out of him he has left. If we start losing games and he sees no action then well see the don't give a f**k Moss.