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May 10, 2011, 02:46 PM
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May 10, 2011  03:04 PM ET

Randy Moss is a problem wherever he goes. He has immense talent but a sour attitude.

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May 10, 2011  03:23 PM ET
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Yeah, when you speak the truth, and people do not agree...you are the problem.

Tell that to the Vikings, Patriots and Raiders. The man is all about himself and not a team player.

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May 10, 2011  05:15 PM ET
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Tell that to the Vikings, Patriots and Raiders. The man is all about himself and not a team player.

and Titans.

May 10, 2011  05:39 PM ET

Randy Moss+ NY Jets = perfect fit

May 10, 2011  06:05 PM ET
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Randy Moss+ NY Jets = perfect fit

Yes, a dysfunctional player, a dysfunctional coach and a dysfunctional team.

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May 10, 2011  06:46 PM ET

Moss is almost always a distraction, but you can't say he was "the problem" when he was with the Patriots. Sure his last few weeks there he was yapping like usual but they got rid of him quickly in a great trade, for them, and still went 14-2. But back to the original topic, there is no room for Moss on the Jets. he has nothing left and wasn't even targeted for most of last season. the last thing a young QB like Sanchez needs is an ego-maniacal receiver disrupting the huddle. Maybe guys like LT, Jenkins and Bart Scott could keep him in line, but even if he behaves he's still an old wide receiver that's way past his prime.

May 10, 2011  07:18 PM ET
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Yes, a dysfunctional player, a dysfunctional coach and a dysfunctional team.

My point exactly

May 10, 2011  07:19 PM ET
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If your definition of dysfunctional is back-to-back trips to the AFC Championship game in the first two years of Ryan's head coaching career, well, then, yeah.

With back to back losses, then smack talking

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May 10, 2011  07:52 PM ET
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dysfunctional teams don't make consecutive Championship games. Relatively successful ones do.

Successful teams win Championship games.

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May 10, 2011  09:25 PM ET
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No, successful teams win the Super Bowl. Everything else is failure--hence the relatively successful specification.

I cannot argue with that logic

May 10, 2011  09:41 PM ET
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No, successful teams win the Super Bowl. Everything else is failure--hence the relatively successful specification.

That's what I meant.

May 11, 2011  10:36 AM ET

The Jets will hopefully have Santonio Holmes and Braylon Edwards back. I've got to believe that they won't want to leave the Jets, who have shown that they can play with the best teams in the league. Trying to add Randy Moss into the mix would be a mistake. Randy Moss would not be happy with two receivers above him, and when Randy Moss isn't happy, EVERYBODY knows.

May 11, 2011  10:48 AM ET

Moss makes sense to any offense that has a QB who can get the ball to him.

May 11, 2011  10:49 AM ET
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Randy Moss is a problem wherever he goes. He has immense talent but a sour attitude.

But he is productive!

 
May 11, 2011  10:55 AM ET
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Moss makes sense to any offense that has a QB who can get the ball to him.

How many Super Bowl rings does Moss have?

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