Found August 09, 2013 on Detroit4lyfe:
Herman Moore was my favorite wide receiver growing up. Calvin Johnson gets the nod for all-time favorite wide receiver nowadays, but Moore will always have a special place in my heart. That's why it was especially neat to see him catch a touchdown pass from my favorite Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford during training camp this past week.  See for yourself:  Moore may not have what it takes to line up at wide out for the Lions anymore, but I bet he could start for the Jets. Speaking of the Jets, your 2008 preseason champs take on the Jets on Friday night in the 2013 preseason opener.  Go Leos! 
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