Which HoF Wideout has the Better Season?
Posted 07 August 2012 - 02:30 AM
Then again, with Seattle's new way of running things, he could randomly be cut at any point of the preseason / regular season. It's clear they want to give Matt Flynn every kind of opportunity possible. Maybe it's not Jennings/Nelson/Cobb/Jones/Finley, but Rice/Owens/Baldwin/Winslow/Miller certainly aint a lack of receiving options.
Posted 07 August 2012 - 04:33 AM
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Posted 07 August 2012 - 06:47 AM
Now, T.O is going to be used way more frequently the Moss is imo. Moss will probably just be used situationally; stretching the field at times and red zone package plays. T.O will be more of a possession receiver.
Another reason I think T.O will do better because T.O is better; even through out both of their careers. In NO WAY is it a landslide by any stretch of the imagination because we are talking of two of the G.O.A.T excluding Rice ofcourse. It was small things that made T.O better imo. Moss was notoriously known for one route his entire career. T.O ran ALL different routes, sacrificed his body and went across the middle, and was lethal after the catch because he was so hard to take down. Moss was known for being a speedster, just burning dudes, out jumping dudes and making insane spectacular catches. With that skill set alone though, it made him one of the G.O.A.T. No one seen a freak athlete like Moss when he came into the league and tbh, Calvin Johnson KIND OF shows to be the closest thing to Moss in a way with his freakish jumping ability and speed (not as fast as Moss in his prime). Megatrons body is more massive though. But back to the topic, T.O's versatility made him better imo being able to use him in so many different ways. He's dropped a few balls throughout his career but I'd take him over Moss.
Posted 07 August 2012 - 10:03 AM
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Posted 09 August 2012 - 01:40 PM
Posted 09 August 2012 - 05:48 PM
Since he last was in the NFL, the wide receiver has had anterior cruciate ligament surgery (in the spring of 2011) and was a washout with the Indoor Football League this spring. He was all about the team Wednesday, though, arriving in Seattle and taking No. 10 with his customary No. 81 taken by third-year wide receiver Golden Tate. In his first practice, he was, he said, “a little rusty, but just glad to be out there. Grateful for the opportunity the Seahawks have given me.” For now — remember the date — he was saying all the right things.
The team said it unintentionally committed the violation and that Owens should have just been in a shell and not shoulder pads during his debut practice on Wednesday.
League spokesman Greg Aiello said in an email that the league is gathering facts. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram first reported the possible violation.
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