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Will Moss improve 49ers offense? | NFL Fan Poll

Will Moss improve 49ers offense?

Updated: August 10, 2012
Source: Sports Illustrated

Source: Sports Illustrated

After some time away from the game, Randy Moss returns to the field Friday with his new team, the San Francisco 49ers, in a preseason game against the Minnesota Vikings.  According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Moss will come off the bench for the game. Ted Ginn, Jr. and Michael Crabtree are expected to start.  Will Randy Moss help the team’s offense as Jim Harbaugh wants?

Randy Moss is a great player and holds plenty of records – including the most seasons with 17 or more touchdown receptions, the most touchdown receptions in a season, and the most games in a season with at least two touchdown receptions.  If you look at Moss’ statistics you’ll see that he ranks pretty high on the list of career receptions and receiving yards, but a shoulder injury he suffered in 2010 with the New England Patriots caused him to miss the entire 2011 season.  Though he wanted to come back last year to play, he determined that his body needed more time to heal. After signing a one-year contract with the 49ers in the spring, the NFC West champions are hoping that Moss is a great addition to the offense.

According to ESPN and the Associated Press, Moss had his best season in 2007, while playing with the New England Patriots.  That year he hit an NFL single-season record of 23 touchdowns, and catching 98 passes to assist the team in reaching a 16-0 record during the regular season.  Let’s hear what you have to say!  Randy Moss obviously has talent, but his last few seasons have been pretty disappointing — so will he help the 49ers go even further this season, or fail to impress?

(via ESPN)

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