by Santana Moss in his first season as a 'skin (Breaking Bobby Mitchell's record). What a great trade. I remember when a lot of people said Gibbs could not function as an evaluator of talent, using Brunell as the prime example (and it appeared with good reason).
But, look at Portis and Moss, both record breakers, and good team players (in Portis' case multiple personality player).
It is great to see the skins playing like the skins of old; half-time adjustments, strong running game, backups that fill-in admirably, strong defense, turnovers when needed, and pretty good special teams. Lots of no-name blue-collar type players with heart. Can't wait to see some of the practice squad players mature.
PS. Did Mitchell do it in 14 games?