The crazy-like-a-fox-who-plays-when-he-wants-to-play decision of Patriots receiver Randy Moss to talk on Saturday about 2010 being his last season in New England came as part of a discussion with the media that included some other interesting nuggets.
Per the Boston Herald, he also spoke about the fact that, for the second straight season, the team won’t have an offensive coordinator.
“I don’t care who’s the offensive coordinator, who’s calling the plays,” Moss said.
He made the comments as part of a broader point that, regardless of the identity of the person drawing up the Os, he wants to see the offense get back to where it was in 2007, when the Patriots won every regular-season game, stormed to the Super Bowl, and shockingly lost.
The deeper message, in our view, is that Moss wants to be part of a dynamic offense once again. If the Patriots struggle this year, Moss could shut it down, just like he did in Oakland.