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Veteran wide receiver Randy Moss is used to being the go-to-guy, like on most of the organizations he has played for.

Those times when Moss hasn’t been the man have usually led to uninspired play or blow-ups between himself and whoever.

San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh says he doesn’t have one main guy on his team, and he told the San Francisco Chronicle that Moss is fine not being the focal point.

"Nobody around here ever gets caught up with ‘The Guy’ terminology,” Harbaugh said. “It’s about us; it’s about the team. And Randy, there’s no evidence that he’s concerned about ‘The Guy’ tag. He knows football. He knows the team that plays best is going to win the game. He’s been about that.”

Moss has played 40 of San Francisco’s 123 offensive snaps. He five catches for 61 yards and a touchdown on the season.

I believe at this point, Moss is playing less to be the man and more for a Super Bowl ring.

He just might be on his way.

Glenn Erby is a NFL writer for FootBasket. He also owns the NFL blog, Tha Cover 2. You can read more about him over there. Follow him on Twitter @thacover2.


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