Discussion in 'The Cheap Seats' started by Keller, Nov 1, 2010.
By Minnesota and is now on waivers.
well by waivers, Bills get first shot at him....
If he clears, he can go anywhere he wants...I would laugh my ass off if he went back to New England after the Vikes just sent them a 3rd rounder.
Another example of why the Vikings are one of the worst managed teams in pro football.
So how does waivers work? I know it goes from worst to last, so what if the bills claim him? and so do 10 other teams? does it turn in to ab idding war or do the bills instantly get him if they want him
The team with the worst record wins if more than one team puts in a waiver claim. Doubt Buffalo will do that after the TO ituation last year and the owner's refusal to spend money. Plus Randy cant tackle.
They should have waived Farve's old ass
Why would anyone pass on him if he has an expiring contract? No way he get past Carolina, atleast youd think that
yeah, i wouldn't think he clears waivers.
He will go to a team that's willing to pay his salary that intends on making a playoff run. That excludes teams like the Bills and Carolina. Maybe Denver? A team that likes to throw a lot, Moss should be familiar with the system, they're 2-6 and maybe they still think they can make a run? I don't know.
He can go anywhere except chicago and greenbay, we will take him in detroit though
He ain't going to Denver, they aren't making a playoff run. When you lose 59-14 and don't come out the next week with a fire under your ass and beat down your opponent (an equally shitty 49ers team) you aren't a playoff team.
The Rams need him so badly! Too bad their record is decent.
I am a die hard Vikes fan but I have to agree with you here. Lose a 3rd rounder.. Lose Moss.. Shit is going more downhill than I expected.
wow. thats crazy
Moss to the Titans.
He is going to open up thing for that offense even more.
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