n 1998, then-rookie Randy Moss nonchalantly vowed to come to the NFL and “rip it up.” And he did.
Now, a season after retiring, Moss has made a more colorful promise. “I’m coming to tear somebody’s heads off, man,” Moss said in a compelling Monday night video session on Ustream, roughly 12 hours after using the technology to announce his return to football.
He dubs his casual laptop encounters with fans “Moss TV,” and he says he won’t be doing anything with the media. “I don’t wanna be on nobody’s radio, I don’t wanna be on nobody’s newspaper,” Moss said. “This is Moss TV, this is gonna continue to be Moss TV.”
He says he’s “fully committed” to playing, that he’s “still got it,” that he can indeed still run a 4.3 in the 40, but that he doesn’t need to be the No. 1 receiver on his next team.
“I got something on my shoulder and it’s a chip that I need to get it off,” Moss said.
Let's not forget that the year he did nothing for three teams, he did this.
Exactly. Moss' problems in 2010 wasn't physical, they were in his head. He didn't like not knowing whether he'd be back with the Pats and couldn't stop obsessing about it. He didn't have a great relationship with coach O'Brien either, which certainly didn't help. I'm not sure if BB would bring Moss back, but I certainly hope so. I think he could play for a few more years with the way that he takes care of his body.
Originally Posted by ElectricEye
I'm a whiny little kunt. Feel sorry for me as I go masturbate to a picture of my mom dressed as a teletubby.
Location: What do you do when a doo-doo chump punk points a finger like a stump?
I found it tough to separate the lack of effort and gator arm nonsense from lack of speed. I wouldn't be surprised if Moss lit it up again for a year (as long as the team he's on is winning) but wouldn't expect much, either.
I just don't see how a team decides they want him this year after saying no last year.