Randy Moss's place in NFL history.

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    Randy Moss's place in NFL history.

    Despite the disappointing loss of the game, Randy Moss continues to be outstanding.  He would have better life-time stats than Jerry Rice if he had played his whole career with a first rate QB like Montana or Brady
     
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    No championships = nothing special. You can't be called great unless you do it when it counts. I'll take Jerry Rice in the playoffs anytime. Moss disappears.
     
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    In Response to Randy Moss's place in NFL history.:
    [QUOTE]Despite the disappointing loss of the game, Randy Moss continues to be outstanding.  He would have better life-time stats than Jerry Rice if he had played his whole career with a first rate QB like Montana or Brady
    Posted by bostonreadercomments[/QUOTE]
    As it stands right now, if he stays healthy this year and next and the offensive coordinator gets his head out of his tail, the could still get Rice's TD mark.  He'd have 14+ TD's right now if Brady was sharp (working his way back from injury).  Nice to see someone else who admire's Randy's work... 
     
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    In Response to Re: Randy Moss's place in NFL history.:
    [QUOTE]No championships = nothing special. You can't be called great unless you do it when it counts. I'll take Jerry Rice in the playoffs anytime. Moss disappears.
    Posted by seadentro[/QUOTE]

    You obviously haven't really done any research.  Your statement belies your ignorance.  Many great players of all sports have never won championships.  In team sports, there are many variables which dictate the outcomes of games.  The most talented teams often lose.  Does this mean that the supremely talented players on those team are "nothing special" ?  Get real!!!  The "Miracle on Ice" hockey team is a classic example.  The Russian pros were a much more talented group and lost.  That doesn't make the individual players any less special.  It simply means under those dynamic circumstances, things didn't come together.
     

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