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    Lance Moore was an afterthought behind the Saint's loaded offense: From Colston to Jimmy Graham to Darren Sproles etc. With Ben, he'll have a chance to be a good possesion receiver and is a big upgrade over Sanders. I don't get all the hate either....who else was out there to grab?

    And Wheaton? He's no more than a dream for us right now. Hopefully he will step up. And having the veteran presence of a Moore is nothing but a good thing for Wheaton's development.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skyhawk View Post
    Lance Moore was an afterthought behind the Saint's loaded offense: From Colston to Jimmy Graham to Darren Sproles etc. With Ben, he'll have a chance to be a good possesion receiver and is a big upgrade over Sanders. I don't get all the hate either....who else was out there to grab?

    And Wheaton? He's no more than a dream for us right now. Hopefully he will step up. And having the veteran presence of a Moore is nothing but a good thing for Wheaton's development.
    I don't think anyone HATES this signing. I just think fans are frustrated that we don't have a legit #2 guy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skyhawk View Post
    Lance Moore was an afterthought behind the Saint's loaded offense: From Colston to Jimmy Graham to Darren Sproles etc. With Ben, he'll have a chance to be a good possesion receiver and is a big upgrade over Sanders. I don't get all the hate either....who else was out there to grab?

    And Wheaton? He's no more than a dream for us right now. Hopefully he will step up. And having the veteran presence of a Moore is nothing but a good thing for Wheaton's development.
    a big upgrade over sanders? Possible, I suppose.
    Even if Bill Belichick was getting an atomic wedgie, his face would look exactly the same.

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    I didn't know a whole lot on Cotchery when he signed and I grew to like him. I'll do the same with Moore. My only hesitation is that he's 5'9". I think the Steelers needed to sign a vet though and I hope he'll do well. Hopefully Brown or Moye will come out of a successful TC and give us some of that size needed for the position. Or a draft pick..

    FA WRs this year were slim pickings imo. Earl Bennet would have given a little more size but he left Chicago because he didn't want a paycut (probably more to it that I don't know) so he prob. wouldn't even sniff an offer from the Steelers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by squidkid View Post
    i dont have the optimism you do
    moore wont produce as well as cotch did
    moye hardly had a catch or saw the field
    wheaton is injury prone and only had a few catches

    it would take a DC a couple minutes to come up with a game plan to shut down that group of wrs

    for that lineup to be as good or better than last year is nothing short of a pipe dream
    How many Tds did Coth have combined before this year with the Steelers. Look it up Mr. Doom

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    Here's the MORAL of the STORY:
    It's a good signing but We still need to draft a WR or pass catching TE in the 1st or 2nd round
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    JC prior to last season
    2 seasons 33 rec 2 tds
    Moore is a excellent pickup, the guy is a baller and catches like Hines with equal or better hands and will make the tough catch.
    Teams slept on him in FA and the Steelers didn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steelhere10 View Post
    JC prior to last season
    2 seasons 33 rec 2 tds
    Moore is a excellent pickup, the guy is a baller and catches like Hines with equal or better hands and will make the tough catch.
    Teams slept on him in FA and the Steelers didn't.
    Bingo... excellent pick up.

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    Watching this, maybe not the speed of Sanders, but 10x the hands:



    Seems this is a one-for-one swap with Cotch.

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    He sure knows how to give extra to make a catch. Hopefully he turns out to be a good signing when they start playing!
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