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Posted: 7/22/2012 10:56:51 AM
I think you have a very potent team there Dubz. I would consider holding onto Turner. Every year people keep doubting him and he just keeps going. He is their red zone threat and although he aint going to break no 50 yard runs, he will just continue to be consistant.
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Posted: 7/22/2012 9:53:13 PM
 I wouldn't waste a pick on Moss unless you've got 18 or more rounds to draft him in. Seriously, the guy was healthy enough on Tennessee and sits out last year. Why would Niners bother picking up Manningham?           
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Posted: 7/23/2012 12:45:48 AM
Moss is worth a gamble. Late rounds.
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Posted: 7/23/2012 3:29:09 AM

Hmmm......... Bizkilla.

Your thread should be about drafting Jaquiz Rogers. This kid can play and will see a much larger role this year. Turner is on the way out. This is a viscious league. Too much talent behind him. I could be wrong though. We shall see.

Randy Moss is worthless and I say that with all confidence. The talent is there but the guy is team cancer. Coaches can do more with half the talent and it doesn't take them long to realize this.

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Posted: 7/24/2012 11:04:38 AM

You are absolutely correct on your assessment of Moss as team cancer. He is in same mold as TO. Those are the best WRs in the game post Jerry Rice (included on my list is also Isaac Bruce, marvin Harrison, Larry Fitz and Megatron).

However, the kemo to the cancer that is Randy Moss is a good organization with good leadership. That is why he thrived in New England and floundered in Oakland, Minnesota, and Tennessee. His price tag to the team is cheap and at any moment he could be let go. Some reports have stated that he is in good shape and looks like the "old Randy Moss." I hopw I did not misread that as an old Randy Moss. LMAO

Look. Last year people were taking gambles on Ochocinco. Even the Niners had Braylon Edwards

What Im saying is that with your last or second to last pick. Just take a flyer. Three years ago, In my draft I did something unconventional. I did not draft a QB. I stacked my team with RBs and WRs. With my 2nd to last pick, selected Brett Favre (the first yr he was with Minnesota). Although, I could not see myself taking a risk like that again, and I did get extremely lucky, in the terms of low risk, high reward draft position, It may be worth taking a chance on this once great talent. He wont be your #1. But could be a #2 or a flex.

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Posted: 7/24/2012 6:37:10 PM

Moss is worth a gamble. Late rounds.

 Who isn't? (providing it's a long draft).

Look. Last year people were taking gambles on Ochocinco.

  He served the purpose of which was intended. Not to catch several passes and score, but to open it up for Brady's real targets.           

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