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    Moss is a Dog?

    Moss' lack of effort could be poison ivy to Pats - CBSSports.com

    The league knows that Moss is sometimes a dog. Every team, every player. They all know the deal and it's built into their defensive strategies against the Patriots.
    One route, on a play not going to Moss, he literally jogged part of it. Also, Moss' blocking tends to be him just trying to stand in front of a defender. There's rarely the extensive physicality you see from other NFL wide receivers.
    There was one block attempt that was so bad it was almost comical. Moss jogged off the line of scrimmage on a run play. His attempt at blocking was to touch the left shoulder of defensive back Brian Williams.


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