Last year, Moss playing while injuryed, was a joke. Okay so a pulled hamstring is a big deal but he is no doubt less than 100% the past few weeks. Even before the injury he did not look like the Moss of old. If you saw the Dallas game, you should remember when Randy caught a 60yrd bomb that should of been a 85yrd TD until T.Newman caught up and tackle him. Moss had at least 5 yrds on him. He didn't have the speed I was used to seeing from him.
Lamont Jordan has found his groove in Oakland, he is the redzone back that Moss never competed with in Minn. Collins doesn't throw the bomb to the back of the endzone like Cpep used to and difintely not as much.
This could be Moss 's worst year besides last year. That being said, no way you can trade him and get value right now so you have to start him every week. He is still a top WR and it is just unimaginable that he wont have a few more big games this year. Team will focus on the run the second half of the season and should lead to some multiple TDs games for Randy Moss.
" Who can make a play? T.O. can make a play." T.Owens