Commentary: Miami Dolphins would be w...

Commentary: Miami Dolphins would be wise to gamble on Randy Moss, if they get the chance

There are 3 comments on the Palm Beach Post story from Nov 1, 2010, titled Commentary: Miami Dolphins would be wise to gamble on Randy Moss, if they get the chance. In it, Palm Beach Post reports that:

We could start by asking if the Miami Dolphins have a snowball's chance in South Florida of getting Randy Moss, but that's no fun.

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michael Palmer

United States

#1 Nov 2, 2010
I think the dolphins would be stupid not to go after Randy Moss their offence is very soft they intimidate no one and to put if honestly I think even the players amazed each week that they actually put points on the board. This year I think Dan Carpenter as to be the team M.V.P without him they would probably be 1 and 6 this past week he kicked five feel goals in their win over the bengals.

Since: Apr 07

United States

#2 Nov 2, 2010
Any GM would have to put this question to himself...

"Is Randy Moss' talent worth the threat to team morale?"

The Patriots said no.
The Vikings said no.

So the Miami Dolphins are going to be the third team in a season to risk team morale?

As almost any player in the league and they would say, "Get him!" Players believe in talent. They feel that the more great players a team has, the better the chance of winning. How's that working in Dallas?

It's mid-season and now you wish to add Randy Moss to your offensive package. That did not work out for Minnesota, who also made a deal for Rich Camerillo, weeks earlier. So the Miami Dolphins who have argueably the best WR in the league, and the best 3rd down reciever in the league, deal to get someone who basically is just going to run go routes until he learns the offense. BTW... that could be near the end of the season before he picks up the entire offensive package.

His third offense this season!

The negatives outweigh any postives. Randy Moss is all about Randy Moss. He is insensitive and a chemistry killer. For a team fighting hard to find an identity like the Dolphins, this would be totally crazy.

Let him be someone else's problem.
Bullfarts

Houston, TX

#3 Nov 2, 2010
Word.

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