49ers' Moss Gives Reasons to Believe

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Well, Randy Moss just gave you another reason to hate him.

"I really think I'm the greatest receiver to ever play this game," he told reporters at Super Bowl Media Day.

What else do you need? This is Randy Moss. He says he is better than Jerry Rice, and he isn't. More talented, maybe. But Rice was a more complete and polished receiver. He ran more precise routes and didn't take plays off. If Moss was the greatest receiver of all-time, why did the Minnesota Vikings unload him when he was only 28? Why was his value so low when he was 30 years old that the New England Patriots got him for just a fourth-round pick?

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