No. 8: Moore’s two-point play: Receiver Lance Moore spent much of 2009 rehabbing and not on the field. In fact, he played in only 7 of 16 regular season games that year, finishing with only 153 yards and two touchdowns on 14 catches.
But I don’t think it’s going to be that detrimental for the New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons and a lot of other teams around the league. In fact, I think missing out on months of organized team workouts could improve the quality of play.
As a sense of greater urgency, and bolstered optimism, descended on the NFL‘s longest labor impasse in history, one exasperated pro football fan expressed his feelings late Friday afternoon as player representatives emerged from another negotiating session.
New Orleans will have their priorities, targeting the most important players first, and while most tend to look at safety and linebacker, the offensive line is often over looked, although vitally important to a passing team like the Saints.
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Topics: 2011 NFL Lockout, Adam Jones, Carl Nicks, Cincinnati Bengals, Dallas Cowboys, Doug Free, Hines Ward, Jared Gaither, Jermon Bushrod, Jonathan Goodwin, New Orleans Saints, Pittsburgh Steelers, Washington Redskins, Zach Strief