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11 minutes ago, Trainwreck said:

That David Moore is someone whom no one is talking about. Fans are already giving Marshall the #3 wr job for no reason. Moore will have something to say. 

You're not wrong.

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13 minutes ago, L-TownCat said:

It'll be confusing for everyone until one of them does something of note or we revert to using jersey numbers.

WR = David Moore

OL = David Moore Jr

And DJ Moore...well, you know him.

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6 hours ago, Trainwreck said:

That David Moore is someone whom no one is talking about. Fans are already giving Marshall the #3 wr job for no reason. Moore will have something to say. 

Because fans only think in terms if 1,2,3 which are fantasy concepts. #3 is not a job or  position. Receivers are denoted by x,z, slot, y, etc.

Moore was known as a slot receiver and while Marshall can do a bit of everything he is a prototypical X.

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