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Belichick Says Team Needs to Get Moss More Help

The Boston Globe today had a tidbit about Bill Belichick talking about how the club needs to get Randy Moss more help:

Head coach Bill Belichick admitted on Monday that the Patriots need to get wide receiver Randy Moss more help. “They played a lot of the game in some type of coverage over the top to Randy and tried to squeeze off everyone else,” Belichick told the Boston Globe. “We got to do a better job of running the ball and we got to have a better job of having everybody contribute to the passing game. That’s the long and short of it.” Moss caught one pass from quarterback Tom Brady in Sunday’s loss to Denver, while also catching one pass from Kyle Orton on an interception at the end of the first half.

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One Response to “Belichick Says Team Needs to Get Moss More Help”

  1. Craigga says:

    Makes sense. He is the only person going more than 20 yards downfield, he has 2-3 guys on him at a time. They need a better 3rd option.

    I just previewed this coming weekends game against the Titans over on!

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