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08:02 AM ET 10.02 | To hear wide receiver Santana Moss tell it, his teammates had more than a typical set of opposing forces on Sunday. [Moss] served as the conspiracy theorist in the Washington Redskins' locker room Monday, one day after rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III orchestrated a game-winning drive in Tampa without a working radio receiver in his helmet. "The only thing that might be surprising to you all is that he's young and it happened to him," Moss said. "I mean, I've been in plenty of games that when we're away, we can't hear the call, especially on the last part of the game. So I'm almost thinking that that's something that they do in stadiums to say, 'Hey, you know, let's make it little harder for them.'"

The Washington Post

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October 2, 2012  08:05 AM ET

All Hail !!!!!!!!!.........................But no................

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October 2, 2012  08:12 AM ET

Hail to the Redskins! That was a great final drive.

October 2, 2012  08:13 AM ET

wiretapping, electronic jamming, high tech sabotage. were they playing the Saints? OR... Maybe too many hits knocked a wire loose....

October 2, 2012  08:31 AM ET

Wouldn't doubt it.....

October 2, 2012  08:33 AM ET

The Voyager 1 spacecraft was launched 36 years ago. It's older than most NFL players. It is now over 1 trillion miles from earth.

It's radio is still working.

October 2, 2012  08:36 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

All Hail !!!!!!!!!.........................But no................

HAIL!!

October 2, 2012  08:37 AM ET
QUOTE(#3):

Hail to the Redskins! That was a great final drive.

RGIII
RGIII
RGIII!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

October 2, 2012  08:53 AM ET
QUOTE(#8):

RGIIIRGIIIRGIII!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

October 2, 2012  08:54 AM ET

It happens to a lot of teams often though, in the final minutes of a game.

LORD GOODELL should be taking this more seriously... I mean... He is Lord.

October 2, 2012  09:03 AM ET
QUOTE(#10):

It happens to a lot of teams often though, in the final minutes of a game.LORD GOODELL should be taking this more seriously... I mean... He is Lord.

More like a Sith.

October 2, 2012  09:20 AM ET

Duh

October 2, 2012  09:40 AM ET
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More like a Sith.

The true Dark Lord wears a hoodie.

October 2, 2012  09:43 AM ET
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Wouldn't doubt it.....

SOP with home teams.

October 2, 2012  09:44 AM ET

III is an impressive kid.

October 2, 2012  09:55 AM ET
QUOTE(#6):

The Voyager 1 spacecraft was launched 36 years ago. It's older than most NFL players. It is now over 1 trillion miles from earth.It's radio is still working.

Not quite Debbie, as of March 2012 Voyager 1 is 17.9 billion km from the sun and Voyager 2 is 14.7 billion km. 1 trillion is a bit of an overestimate. Just clarifying.

reference: http://voyager.jpl.nasa.gov/mission/interstellar.html

October 2, 2012  09:59 AM ET

Sorry, which is roughly 9.2 billion miles...

October 2, 2012  10:16 AM ET
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Sorry, which is roughly 9.2 billion miles...

Yeah, you're right. They gave the number in AU and I screwed up the conversion.

October 2, 2012  10:24 AM ET
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Yeah, you're right. They gave the number in AU and I screwed up the conversion.

9.2 billion? Heck, you could walk that! BTW, way to go RGIII.

 
October 2, 2012  11:06 AM ET

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