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Randy Moss in Oakland - Moss and Raiders Ready for 2005
Welcome to Oakland, where the 2005 offseason has become the Summer of Love.
The Raiders love Randy Moss, and he loves the Raiders. Moss loves Oakland coach Norv Turner and his staff. Other players love their glorified new teammate. The Black Hole loves its season tickets again, and the league loves the royalties from all those freshly purchased, silver-and-black No. 18 jerseys.
Forget for a moment the squirt bottle and the panto-mooning, the dust-up with the traffic cop and the "I play when I want to play" statement. The Raiders are slobbering over the athletic talents of a guy who can run, leap and catch as well as anyone on the planet. And after Moss' first 15 or so practices with his new team this offseason, nothing had happened to sour the happy notes.
"Randy is really a student of the game, and of players," Turner says. "When you get in those meetings and hear him talk about plays, about coverages, how to attack a defense, he has a feel for why things are being done. That helps him learn the system a lot faster."
As Moss devours Turner's playbook, defensive coaches-especially those in the AFC West-are plotting ways to neutralize one of the few NFL players who can single-handedly change the dynamics of a game.
"I know from experience with Randy, a lot of times what you see on film from an opponent over 16 games is a lot different from what you get on game day," says Raiders guard Brad Badger, who played with Moss in Minnesota in 2000 and '01. "He changes the coverages. Teams have to be careful of the deep middle. In the running game, not a lot of teams want to bring eight men into the box."
Titans general manager Floyd Reese says, "Even when he was injured last year, you'd still see coverages rolling toward him. It's suicide to line up and try to play him man-to-man-and even with zone coverage if you don't shade his way."
Moss will get his catches in Oakland. What really will define the Raiders' offensive output is how well their other players complement their new star and how well Turner and his staff take advantage of the imbalance that is certain to occur when defenses focus on Moss.
"Minnesota did that to some extent but not to the extreme they could have," Seahawks pro personnel director Will Lewis says. "I think things will open up for the tight end that wouldn't have been there otherwise. ... The running backs could be used a little more in the passing game, and the running game in general could be a little better. There are a lot of ways for (Moss) to complement the other threats in that offense."
Indeed, most of the Raiders' offensive players will get tangible benefits from Moss' commanding presence. Some will take on extra burdens. But one thing is certain: Football will not be business as usual for them, thanks to the Randy Ripple.
© 2005 The Sporting News
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