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    Re: TLT vs Moore...who's the #5 WR?



    Moore wouldn't even complete his route against the Irsays in 2004, that's all I needed to see. Was he hurt then? He allowed a very well thrown ball get intercepted because his balls were still in the locker room. He has cringed from going over the middle since we have had him here. His only catches are down the side line and in the end zone.

    I don't know if TLT makes the team but I do know Moore will shrink every time he has a chance to take a pop. We will see how much action both of them get and how they respond over the next 2 games. If TLT runs some nice routes, gets open and catches the ball he can displace Moore. If Moore catches a ball over the middle and takes a hit and then holds onto the ball, he will make the team unless he later starts cowering in fear again.




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    Re: TLT vs Moore...who's the #5 WR?

    The consensus I'm seeing is that TLT should make the P Sq, while we're not to confident in Moore doing anything big. This leads me to think we might try to bring in a vet receiver that gets cut from somewhere else. Perhaps Charles Rogers from Detroit?
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    Re: TLT vs Moore...who's the #5 WR?

    Before we talk about cutting Moore remember who was throwing to him. McNair will be more accurate then Boller. When we won in New York against the Jets two (2) years ago remember who saved us it was Moore catching 2 TD's. Keeping Moore #5 will help this team in the long run. TLT needs to be on the practice squad this year. If it doesn't work out then the Ravens can still get rid of Moore and bring in TLT.






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    Re: TLT vs Moore...who's the #5 WR?

    Before we talk about cutting Moore remember who was throwing to him.
    The dude quit on a route for a perfectly thrown ball that was not going to require him to stretch or expose his ribs. He made the turn then STOPPED. The ball was thrown just as he stopped, he didn't stop in anticipation of a hit on a ball he would have to stretch for, he just stopped. If you watch the guy enough he is terrified to go over the middle. I don't blame him, I would be too, but I am not collecting game checks for being a pansy.




  5. Re: TLT vs Moore...who's the #5 WR?

    Quote Originally Posted by RavenScallywag
    we might try to bring in a vet receiver that gets cut from somewhere else. Perhaps Charles Rogers from Detroit?
    I would think that if we bring in a vet WR, it would be someone who is multi-faceted...can return kicks, isn't afraid to block, etc.

    One other point...how many vets with any real talent are going to sign to be the #5 WR anyway?

    You're probably looking more at a Dez White/Justin Gage type for that 5th spot...someone who will only be activated if someone else gets hurt.




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