Randy Moss Retires
August 1, 2011 by staff
Randy Moss Retires, While Randy Moss may be best remembered for its moon, fans will not forget what went on in the NFL. On Monday, ESPN reported that Moss, 34, would retire from football. He finishes his career with 954 catches, eighth all-time and 14,858 meters, fifth all time. He and Terrell Owens has 153 catches, good for second all time (Jerry Rice, 197).
The unique talents of Moss were part of a group of drama king-receptors that arose in the 1990′s and early 2000. This base-hunters step includes the likes of Owens, Keyshawn Johnson, Chad Ochocinco, players whose skills were matched only by his ego. In the case of Moss, was most famous for mooning imitation of Green Bay fans after scoring a touchdown in 2005. Fox broadcaster Joe Buck Moss reacted as if assaulted an elderly woman, called the law “disgusting.” Moss memorable response to the penalty that followed: “What is great for me 10″
Moss also left the field before time expired in a game, running water and an arbitrator in another. In addition to his coaches and many fans, Moss also provoked opposition defenses fits. Moss, who grew up in Rand, West Virginia, Marshall left, the Vikings took him with the selection 21 of the 1998 draft. He would have gone higher, but many teams concerned about the character of Moss.
Clubs that are imposed on the wound up kicking themselves: Moss won the offensive rookie of the year, catching 69 passes for 1.313 yards and 17 touchdowns. The Vikings, with veteran Randall Cunningham throwing deep passes to Moss stripes, finished 15-1.
After seven years in Minnesota, Moss spent two mediocre seasons in Oakland. A trade in the New England Patriots revived him. In 2007, Moss caught 98 passes for 1.493 yards and record 23 touchdowns for a season in 2007, the Patriots finished the regular season undefeated. Moss Complaints contract accelerated the start of the season in New England the past spent a month with Minnesota before ending his career in Tennessee.
Moss could be discontent, but probably belongs in the Hall of Fame. Moss missed just six games in 13 seasons, was a key factor in two of the greatest NFL teams – the ’98 and ’07 Patriots Vikings – who went on to not win a Super Bowl (The Lost Vikings at Falcons Atlanta in the NFL Championship Game, while the Patriots lost to the Giants in the Super Bowl).
Moss also offers a useful example for the younger crop of today the receipt of the stars. Running down the field much as Randy. But go easy on the drama.
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