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Moss Says He Changed Defensive Strategy

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While Jerry Rice can statistically command the greatest-receiver-ever title, the free-spirited Randy Moss – speaking more openly during Super Bowl XLVII week than he ever did in his years with the Vikings, Raiders, Patriots and the regular-season 49ers – also reminded everyone Tuesday that he “revolutionized defensive coverages” in the NFL.

If drawing double teams is considered revolutionary, well, he’s got us there.

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