“Every week somebody’s going to be aggressive to you. We know those guys are aggressive, so you’ve got to go out there and be ready for it,” Moss said. “At the end of the day you’ve got to go out there and play football. You’ve got to find a way to win.”
“They’ll be tall, rangy guys. There’s some throws that you throw that maybe a normal, 6-foot corner might not get to, but because these guys are so tall, they can get to those balls,” Griffin said. “You just have to be aware of that. Watch the film, see how they play. Then, after that, just go out there and try to execute.”
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