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Randy Moss was back on the podium today in New Orleans justifying his claim that he is the best WR in the history of the NFL.....

On Jerry Rice disagreeing that Moss is the greatest receiver of all-time: ?Everybody is going to have their opinion. I do not live on numbers. I really do not. If you sit here and just said who is the greatest running back? Statistically it is Emmitt Smith. People would say Barry Sanders, Gale Sayers or Jim Brown. Their numbers do not match Emmitt Smith, but people would say Emmitt Smith is the best running back.?

On how to judge the best receiver: ?You make your own judgment. You really do. I know what I think. I am not going to sit up here and tell you how to look at it and how to judge it. I think when it comes to going out there, making plays and helping the team do the things that they are able to do to win the game?I think I am the greatest receiver ever, point blank. Next question.?

Tags: Randy Moss, San Francisco 49ers, Super Bowl
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Randy Moss says he is the greatest WR of all time.....

"Now that I'm older, I do think I'm the greatest receiver to ever do it," Moss said as per the Detroit Free Press. "I don't think numbers stand because you talk about this and this. This year has been a down year for me statistically. The year before I retired was a down year and then in Oakland was a down year.

"So I don't really live on numbers. I live on impact and what you're able to do out on that field, so I really do think that I'm the greatest receiver to ever play this game."

Tags: Jerry Rice, NFL, Editorial Aside, Randy Moss
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"I know that's a big blow to their organization [...]?so hopefully he recovers well and comes back strong next year. ?[...]?I've always been a big fan of Darrelle Revis. I've always put him in the upper echelon class of cornerbacks, if not the best cornerback in the league."

-- Niners WR Randy Moss on Darrelle Revis, via the Sacramento Bee
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It's time for the Giants to realize they need some outside intervention. They are a broken team, and with seven home games still left on their schedule they must placate the tens of thousands of fans who are still holding millions of dollars worth of tickets.

They need to show the fans they are willing to do what it takes to survive in the 2011 New York Football marketplace. They must bring in Randy Moss.

Granted, Moss is a pain in ass to deal with, but keep in mind he will only be a rental. He could solve their current WR dilemma just by lining up. The Giants have to rip their collective nose off to spite their face here and just bring him in.

Tags: 2011 New York Giants, Giants Offense, Injuries, New York Giants, New York Giants News, Randy Moss
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This situation is vaguely familiar...like a bad dream.

2009 Jerry Reese takes a small handful of inexperienced safeties into training camp after not resigning strong safety James Butler.? By game #3 '08 first round draft pick Kenny Phillips goes down with a serious knee injury, leaving Michael Johnson the 7th round pick in '07 draft to be the leader.?? The Giants scrambled to fix the problem and signed CC Brown and Aaron Rouse. ? You remember how that turned out.

In 2010 the Giants were thin at receiver due to injuries.? The Giants made a move to resigned Derek Hagan, a sure handed possession receiver and a perfect back up to Steve Smith. ? However, Jerry Reese chose not to resign Hagan after last season.

Tags: 2011 New York Giants, Brandon Stokley, Derek Hagan, Eli Manning, Kenny Phillips, NFC East, Randy Moss, The New York Giants
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Just how far under the salary cap are these Philadelphia Eagles?

From Tony Manfred of Business Insider: "The?Philadelphia Eagles?tried to add?Randy Moss?to their "dream team",?but offered him a contract after he'd already filed retirement papers, according to Karen Guregian of the Boston Herald."

It could still happen. Moss retired because there was little to no interest in anyone paying him....the Eagles, who have signed everyone and anyone with a heartbeat the past week, are miraculously still nearly $4 million under the cap...

Tags: New York Giants Blogs, Philadelphia Eagles, Randy Moss
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