A Plea to Not Bring Randy Moss Back to New England

CSNNE.com reports about free agent Randy Moss, and while some think the Pats should once again push the button to bring him back, they say that the fact that Tom Brady seemed to lose faith in him the last two games as a Pat means that there’s no way they should bring him back in 2011.

Randy Moss is, again, on the market and the truth is, Moss’ 2010 resume makes him radioactive. Moss’ main concern isn’t playing football, it’s making money and anyone who’s been listening for the last decade and has heard Bill Belichick lob the praise “football is important to him” realizes how ill-fitting Randy Moss would be here.

Never mind the fact that, after the Jets game last year, quarterback Tom Brady basically froze Moss out for his final two games in New England. Brady was tired of throwing picks on balls intended for Moss (he threw two against the Jets; he had just two more the rest of the regular season). Moss could say all the right things and make all the promises, but in the end, he’s too dangerous to employ.

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One Response to “A Plea to Not Bring Randy Moss Back to New England”

  1. pcoz says:

    I could not disagree more. Brady wasn’t too great early in the year either, nor was he himself the year before, as he missed Moss wide open the whole first 8 games coming off his knee. Yes Moss is a diva, but worth the price of admission. BB would have him in the right frame of mind. As for money, remember he took an 8 million dollar pay cut to come, they paid him well after that, but no question spoke out of turn. I think NE needs him back. Enough of the midget WR’s and hoping one of the young guys pans out. There running out of time with Brady being 34.