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M-M-M-Moss Man

Don't follow this link if you don't want to be humming a little hip-hop ditty about Santana Moss for the rest of your life, because I've got to say, it's sort of catchy. Like, a lot. Strikes me that every NFofL'er ought to have a little musical tribute on YouTube, complete with a little football prop bearing said NFofL'er's name. Although when the MC makes that little throwing motion, shouldn't he be rockin' it lefty, a la Brunell? Is this some weird hint from The Moss Man about the QB situation? (I personally predict we'll see Jason Campbell by week 8 for one reason or another, and I also personally predict that the kid is good.)

Anyhow, this is likely the best rap lyric in world history about the Cover-2, and certainly the first rap lyric in world history to rhyme "Cover-2" with "souffle." (Looking for volunteers to provide complete lyrics, my ears are no good.)

They said he was too small, When he came from 'The U.' And now he in the NFL, Straight punishing you. And when they in that Cover-2, Watch he give 'em all a sou-ffle. Oh whee! 'Member when the boy was at CC*? ..... Throw another [tantrum?] man. Call up the camera man. Moves so sick, Got 'em calling up the ambulance. Dammit man! How the whole family doin damage, man? His little brother Nori**, That's a whole nother story; Just drafted to the Giants, Skins play 'em two times. So it's Moss against Moss, man, It's boss against boss-man.


* The Moss Man attended Miami's Carol City Senior High.
** Sinorice.

By Dan Steinberg  |  September 7, 2006; 11:11 AM ET
Categories:  Redskins  
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