— Steeler Chick (@SteelerChickPGH) March 21, 2014
One thing Moore has is production. One thing that needs to come with that is the jacked offense the team has had throughout his career. Which is it, the loaded receivers corps the team has had in his tenure there, the Hall of Fame quarterback or the aggressive vertical offense?
Then we simply need to remember they signed a slot receiver, not Jerry Rice. He's not being brought in with the expectations he'll break records.
Or, something like this.
Lance Moore is not a bad addition. Probably came cheap and should be able to produce well enough for a third or fourth option.— Chris (@ChrisG_BR) March 21, 2014
To whatever extent Cotchery will be deemed in priority (rarely, if ever, as the primary target on a play), the production Moore will get, much like in New Orleans, will be the product of those around him. And that's not an insult. The Steelers have an excellent primary target in Antonio Brown, and with solid intermediate-to-short-range options in Le'Veon Bell and Heath Miller, Moore can benefit by working within the system.
Then, of course, there's always This Guy.
@LanceMoore16 couldn't help my fantasy team win three years ago, so I'm still on the fence.— Air Rick (@MaFugginHawk) March 21, 2014
Saints fans generally wish him well, very similarly to how Steelers fans wished Jerricho Cotchery the best.
Fans love the slot receiver. They love the Little Guy Who Could. It was true in Pittsburgh with Cotchery (in New York, too) and it will be true in Carolina. It was true in New Orleans. Apparently, Moore was the over-exuberant first-down pointer.
@LanceMoore16 we will miss you in who dat nation. Who is gonna let us know when we got a first down! Good luck Lance.— Brooke Lincoln (@AsburyWmnSoccer) March 21, 2014
If nothing else, Moore knows how to say the right things.