How Long Will Randy Moss Remain In The NFL?
With the news of Randy Moss joining his third NFL team in two months, it is now evident more than ever that Moss has become a problem in NFL locker rooms.
It didn’t take long for Randy Moss to land on a new team. The Pro Bowl wide receiver has been claimed by the Tennessee Titans after the Minnesota Vikings shocked the league by waiving the polarizing figure just weeks after being traded to the team from New England.
Surely, the Titans believe Moss will be an immediate upgrade to a team that relies heavily on Chris Johnson and running game. But will this be Randy Moss when he joined the Patriots or the Randy Moss that joined the Oakland Raiders and produced far less than what was anticipated? It’s obvious that when Moss wants to play, he will. But it is also obvious there is something going on in that brain of his that is not allowing him to perform to his full capability for an extended period of time. The 33-year-old still has the explosiveness and natural ability to be the best wide receiver in the NFL, but at the rate he’s going, will he be on any team before the end of the season?
Who wants to put their season in the hands of a man who can hold your team hostage with his exceptional talent but unpredictable personality? It’s more than worth the risk when the reward could be a Super Bowl appearance. At his very worst, Moss can still be an effective decoy. But with all the bridges burned, when will NFL teams say enough is enough and toss Moss out of the league with no place to go (except maybe doing the Allen Iverson and playing overseas)?
If you were a head coach, would you take a chance on Moss?
We would, too.