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08:05 AM ET 02.04 | Randy Moss made headlines during Super Bowl week for having decided he was the NFL's greatest receiver, something that didn't sit well with many, particularly after his Super Bowl Sunday. Things got heated on the set of 49ers Postgame Live as Bill Romanowski, Dwight Clark, Dennis Brown and Dave Feldman broke down the play of [Moss]. ... [Romo noted] "Randy Moss alligator armed it, he didn't go up for the ball! He said he was the best receiver in the DAMN world -- ok, you hear me? OH GOD! That's what pisses me off! You're playing in the SUPER BOWL, guys!". Clark added on, "He didn't alligator arm it, he didn't even reach up for it! He watched it sail over his head!".

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February 4, 2013  08:15 AM ET

he's like 6'4 and wouolda needed a 5 foot ladder to make a play on that ball....and who cares what romo tha steriod racist has to say anyway any1 who spits in an opposing players face is certainly not a "great" player

February 4, 2013  08:18 AM ET

Time to beat up on Randy, now that Niners lost, last year it was Welker!!!

February 4, 2013  08:22 AM ET

That bad throw was on Kap. There was nothing Randy could've done to get near that badly overthrown ball. And, Randy did break up a potential INT on another bad Kap pass.

February 4, 2013  08:25 AM ET

Romanowski was "great"?

February 4, 2013  08:29 AM ET

He really did get the "alligator arms" bro... I saw this.

February 4, 2013  08:31 AM ET

i dont c how they dont get a flag on that 4th dwn in the endzone...if tha ball is in the air there cant b any contact w/ the wr and crabman was clearly held tha entire time

February 4, 2013  08:33 AM ET
QUOTE(#3):

That bad throw was on Kap. There was nothing Randy could've done to get near that badly overthrown ball. And, Randy did break up a potential INT on another bad Kap pass.

That's true, but once he realized the ball was over his head he took the rest of the play off, watched the return and let someone else get involved with the tackle.

If you want anyone to call you in the offseason, Randy, leave your number at some vinyl siding places.

February 4, 2013  08:34 AM ET
QUOTE(#7):

That's true, but once he realized the ball was over his head he took the rest of the play off, watched the return and let someone else get involved with the tackle.If you want anyone to call you in the offseason, Randy, leave your number at some vinyl siding places.

On a TD pass Kaepernick threw in the red zone, you could see Moss almost let go of his block too early. He's just lazy.

February 4, 2013  08:35 AM ET

Moss COULD have been the Greatest WR of all time, but his work ethic is why he's not even close.

February 4, 2013  08:42 AM ET
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Moss COULD have been the Greatest WR of all time, but his work ethic is why he's not even close.

Yeah. He was playing in the Superbowl, in what may end up to be the last game of his career, and he doesn't leave everything on the field. Lazy Moss.

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February 4, 2013  09:02 AM ET
QUOTE(#7):

That's true, but once he realized the ball was over his head he took the rest of the play off, watched the return and let someone else get involved with the tackle.If you want anyone to call you in the offseason, Randy, leave your number at some vinyl siding places.

Or some gas stations....

February 4, 2013  09:04 AM ET
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Yeah. He was playing in the Superbowl, in what may end up to be the last game of his career, and he doesn't leave everything on the field. Lazy Moss.

Same ol' Moss! You didn't expect him to turn over a new leaf now, didyou?. All the hot air he put out in the week leading up to the Sb not withstanding.

February 4, 2013  09:04 AM ET

*SB

February 4, 2013  09:14 AM ET
QUOTE(#10):

Yeah. He was playing in the Superbowl, in what may end up to be the last game of his career, and he doesn't leave everything on the field. Lazy Moss.

Pretty much the story of his career.

February 4, 2013  09:23 AM ET
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he's like 6'4 and wouolda needed a 5 foot ladder to make a play on that ball....and who cares what romo tha steriod racist has to say anyway any1 who spits in an opposing players face is certainly not a "great" player

Agreed, Romo is a classless player that also beat up his own teammate , He has no reason to talk.

February 4, 2013  09:29 AM ET
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Pretty much the story of his career.

He could have been somebody...

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February 4, 2013  09:49 AM ET

If you put the outcome of a big game on his shoulders, then you are in serious trouble from the get go. The fact he is even on the field at this point of his career is amazing.

 
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