4 Reasons the Green Bay Packers Should Add Randy Moss to Aaron Rodgers' Arsenal

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4 Reasons the Green Bay Packers Should Add Randy Moss to Aaron Rodgers' Arsenal
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The Aaron Rodgers-led Green Bay Packers, the NFC North's daddy and envy of the NFL, is supposed to need Randy Moss?

“You’re an idiot!”

... Rude.

I understand such initial reproach.  Indeed, the Green Bay Packers are coming off a championship year resulting in an unfamiliar feeling of exuberance that Packer fans are presently basking in.

But, in order to preserve such an atmosphere, the Packers need to be proactive and that's where Moss comes in. 

Granted, he's retired, but something tells me that a situation as enticing as the Super Bowl champions have to offer would be enough to persuade him to change his mercurial mind.

In The Mighty Ducks, the Ducks were initially apprehensive toward adding the volatile sharpshooter, Fulton Reed; but, decided his imposing slap shot was undeniable and ultimately conducive to upsetting the cocksure Hawks, and so they inveigled him to join their roster, despite his questionable character. In short, it worked out pretty well for them.

Now I'll delineate why the Packers' addition of Randy Moss would similarly prove to be not only advantageous, but maybe even (gulp) necessary for a repeat.

Here's four indisputable reasons for why Wisconsin needs to extend a hospitable hand to its former foe. The first, of which, is a reason that should be kept on the hush hush ...

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