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I really think the whole world has no idea about Dj Moore. No one knows what he excels in, besides us. They don’t see the elite get off of line ability, being an absolute physical YAC machine. Evident by everyone assuming that robbie is the number one, which is absolutely false. 

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There are lies, damn lies, and statistics.

Football is a game of intangibles, team cohesiveness.  Those dudes are dead inside....if they knew one damn thing, they’d be making billions from nfl franchises for their input.

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DJ Moore is the most slept on, disrespected great player in the NFL. It’s absurd. He’s done all this with a bunch of bull-chit playing QB. I’m excited to see what he can do with someone with an actual NFL level arm, and a boy genius OC.

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Jeez, all those underthrows by Teddy. Not to mention all the times he didn't even look his way when he was WIDE open. If nothing else, at least we get to watch a QB this year that can actually bomb it to DJ.

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3 hours ago, Eric4280 said:

I really think the whole world has no idea about Dj Moore. No one knows what he excels in, besides us. They don’t see the elite get off of line ability, being an absolute physical YAC machine. Evident by everyone assuming that robbie is the number one, which is absolutely false. 

It might have something to do with his innate ability to make ridiculous plays look mundane even boring.  Sometimes the announcers wont even break sentence and then say something like

"The Panthers capitalize on a quick score drive, back after this."

It's crazy how his abilities are(not) perceived.  We see it, but its so easy to look over him.

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