The Randy Moss post-game press conference has been described with many different adjectives. Since we’ve yet to see the video, we’ll defer application of our own term.
Ian Rapoport of the Boston Herald says that Moss was “loud” and “strong” and that it was “his most extensive statement regarding his desire for a new contract.”
“I’ve been here for three years and this is my fourth season,” Moss said. “When it comes to football, I take my business seriously. I think there are some people are, I don’t want to say the organization, but I think around here in the New England area, there are some people who don’t want to see me do good. . . .
“Any thing I say will probably be blown out of proportion,” Moss said, giving us all more stuff that can be blown out of proportion. “Earlier in the week, I was asked a question about being unhappy and being unhappy doesn’t have anything to do with toning my game down. I’m here and I understand my role is to take the ball deep and take the top off the defense.”
Moss doesn’t seem to be worried about the possibility of getting into trouble for his remarks. Asked whether he thinks he’ll be called into coach Bill Belichick’s office to discuss the comments, Moss said, “If I do, I do.”