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"Boatload" of teams expected to claim Moss on waivers, including Patriots

With 4:00 p.m. ET come and gone in New York, the official Tuesday waiver wire has been released.  Per multiple reports, Randy Moss officially has been cut by the Vikings.

Since the trading deadline has come and gone, he is subject to the waivers process.  One G.M. told me within the hour that he expects a “boatload” of teams to submit claims.

Of the teams expected to claim Moss, multiple league insiders believe the Patriots will do so as well.

Since the one-loss Pats currently are last on the priority list, the gesture would be the next step in the phony (from New England’s perspective) Moss love-fest, aimed at keeping his wings clipped if/when he plays the Patriots again.

In addition to the Patriots, plenty of other teams will be in play.  As we suggested Monday, he fits the Jets’ profile for collecting veteran players — and for tweaking the Patriots.  This dynamic pulls the Dolphins into play, which in turn could prompt the 0-7 Bills to make the only noise they can in the AFC East by using their top position in the waiver process to claim Moss.

We’ll know the answer tomorrow at 4:00 p.m. — or possibly sooner, if the Bills make the claim and opt to let it be known that they have.

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  1. FireJerryJones says: Nov 2, 2010 4:13 PM

    Maybe the Bills can trade him to the Jets for a 3rd round pick

  2. H25 says: Nov 2, 2010 4:14 PM

    If you’re a bottom feeder with no realistic chance at the post season why would you take on his contract. Sure you only have 9 games to go but why would you want to pay out $ that won’t make a bit of difference to your team.
    I think the Titans will land him.

  3. BroncosFan says: Nov 2, 2010 4:19 PM

    1) Buffalo – why waste $ trying to play yourself out of the #1 draft spot?
    2) Dallas – last thing anyone there wants right now is more media scrutiny
    3) Carolina – not unless he can play QB
    4) Denver – makes complete sense; unfortunately, McDaniels only likes choirboys
    5) 49ers – Bingo

  4. los305 says: Nov 2, 2010 4:20 PM

    Why would the Bills make a claim here? It really doesn’t make any sense for them to. The Vikings were what 2-4 and he was miserable. How do you think his production is going to be if he’s in no-man’s land Buffalo, NY and at 0-7?! Disaster.

  5. Tdk24 says: Nov 2, 2010 4:20 PM

    If he somehow lands back on the Pats, i would call for some kind of colusion investigation. Hey Randy, we need another draft pick, go to the vikes and then whine and complain so they fire you, we’ll then bring you back. Oh, and if you get claimed by any other team, tell them you won’t play for them. And if that doesn’t work and they make you sit out while they hold the rights to you, well, you’re just a stupid football player for believing that you could actually come back and play for us this year. haha.

  6. dlmcc0909 says: Nov 2, 2010 4:21 PM

    I dont know how this really works. Lets say the Bills put in a claim. does he HAVE to sign with them or cant he just say no im not going there. Seems if he was released he should be free to go where he wants. Not sure how it works though

  7. los305 says: Nov 2, 2010 4:21 PM

    Correction…0-8

  8. Nitro says: Nov 2, 2010 4:21 PM

    it’s moss though, he’ll become a massive distraction for a team he doesnt want to be on… please take him rex ryan. i want to watch the train wreck of mouths that would become.

  9. BigB says: Nov 2, 2010 4:21 PM

    Randy should try to set a record and see how many teams can cut him in a season. Or see how many games he can play against the same team in a different uniform. The teams that have the first crack at him are the ones with the worst record. Gee, I can already see a meltdown happening with continuous losing like the Vikings did. Not a good environment for Moss to thrive in.

  10. TheDPR says: Nov 2, 2010 4:22 PM

    The Bills aren’t investing that kind of money in a WR this season.
    The Panthers should but they won’t either.

  11. Cro-Mags says: Nov 2, 2010 4:22 PM

    He’s not going to shut it down on these other teams?
    If he couldn’t be a good soldier in NE or his “home” of Minny, how will he last until the end of the season elsewhere?
    Too much baggage.
    Too big a salary to take on.
    Too late in the year.
    Too much of a headcase.
    Not a team player.
    Only tries when he wants to.
    He’s not going to be a good soldier w/o a long term deal, and who in their right mind would give him a long term deal at this point?

  12. Hauschild says: Nov 2, 2010 4:23 PM

    The sad thing in all of this is that Moss comes out smelling like a rose for acting like a caveman, (worse, Childress won’t be fired today). This shows his fellow scrupulous-free contemporaries that you just have to be an asshole and you can get out of your current situation, or contract, and can keep doing it until you find a situation that is perfect.
    One could make the argument that greed is good, but should it trump ethics? It would be nice that in this circumstance, a player is barred from a contract for the rest of the season, as at least a small type of deterrent. But, alas, the wonderful unions would see that this never happens.
    I’ll say it again – while NFL football is currently wildly popular, it is beginning its descent, not unlike Toyota, who everybody thought could do no wrong and would be the best forever. It seems right at that point you achieve your goal, something inevitably has been at work undermining your work and you slowly become yesterday’s news. The prime indicator to me with regards to the NFL is allowing the inmates to run the asylum. When that has been happening for a period of time, you’ve taken on lots of water and more baggage that’ll eventually deep-six you.

  13. jrhsd says: Nov 2, 2010 4:25 PM

    The patriots won’t make a claim and the claims aren’t public anyway are they? I really see BB talking about this when it isn’t required.

  14. GoTitans says: Nov 2, 2010 4:26 PM

    So Moss to the Vikes for a 3rd round pick. He’s released, then the Pats can pick him back up and receive a compensatory pick for Randy as they cut him which would result in two picks for Randy’s release by the Pats. That is some good stuff!

  15. joekappcomeback says: Nov 2, 2010 4:26 PM

    Is it possible that Belichick and Moss planned this whole four week ordeal to spite Childress? Now Moss refuses to sign with every team except the Pats? Like a double-agent.

  16. epping16 says: Nov 2, 2010 4:26 PM

    FLORIO!!!!
    It amazes me how dumb these “experts” are. I mean think about it Florio, Why in the world would the Patriots claim him? They are last in the waiver priority. They know he would love to go back to New England. If they claim him and no one else does they have to take on his WHOLE CONTRACT. If they don’t claim him, and no one else does, they can sign him for the league minimum and the Vikings are still on the hook for the remainder of the contract. It no way do the Patriots gain an advantage by claiming him, unless they believe that no one else will, and then he will sign with another team. Which we all know that is not going to happen.

  17. cvh2009 says: Nov 2, 2010 4:26 PM

    Does that mean that the Vikes can reclaim him, then have to pay him twice?
    Then, trade him to them to themselves for a 2012 fifth round pick.

  18. Jets suck says: Nov 2, 2010 4:26 PM

    At pick #32, why would the Pats make a claim?? If they want him and he clears waivers, he is free to sign anywhere and the Vikings would still have to pay the bulk of his salary.

  19. Filbertkiwi71 says: Nov 2, 2010 4:27 PM

    Moss cannot be claimed and traded, it is past the trading deadline. Geez, will people pay attention for a change? Stop talking about trading Moss.
    They are more obnoxious than those people who think Seau won a SB ring with the Patriots. Seau didn’t win a SB ring.

  20. Hawk says: Nov 2, 2010 4:28 PM

    If Moss bolted from a winner why would he agree to go to these losers. I agree with Nitro send him to Rex Ryan and watch Dirty Sanchez get crappier than he is now!

  21. Filbertkiwi71 says: Nov 2, 2010 4:33 PM

    Tdk24 says:

    If he somehow lands back on the Pats, i would call for some kind of colusion investigation. Hey Randy, we need another draft pick, go to the vikes and then whine and complain so they fire you, we’ll then bring you back. Oh, and if you get claimed by any other team, tell them you won’t play for them. And if that doesn’t work and they make you sit out while they hold the rights to you, well, you’re just a stupid football player for believing that you could actually come back and play for us this year. haha.”
    =====
    I hate the Patriots with a passion. I was just waiting for the Patriots collusion card to be played by a poster.
    That said, I hate the Jets the most. To be honest, I do think the Jets are going to claim Moss if he gets that far. That many egos in that locker room can’t be good. It would be like Snow White and the seven dwarfs with that many different egos there.
    I know there isn’t a whiny dwarf, but if there was, IMO LT would fit that character.

  22. Knidsrok says: Nov 2, 2010 4:34 PM

    I’m reading a lot of speculation about the Dolphins and Jets possibly placing a claim on Moss just to block him from going to the Patriots, and this strikes me as unrealistic. This isn’t like baseball where you can claim someone on waiver just to block a rival, with no intention of actually acquiring said player. If a team places a claim on him, they need to be prepared to deal with him.
    If the Dolphins or Jets think they might actually want to try to fit Randy Moss into their offense, that’s one thing. But it’s just insane to think they’d cut someone off their 53 man roster and deal with an outspoken, unhappy Moss and the media circus he’ll bring with him just to keep him off the Patriots.

  23. Filbertkiwi71 says: Nov 2, 2010 4:35 PM

    Jets suck said:”
    At pick #32, why would the Pats make a claim?? If they want him and he clears waivers, he is free to sign anywhere and the Vikings would still have to pay the bulk of his salary.”
    ===
    That is absolutely true. I agree with you.

  24. Hawk says: Nov 2, 2010 4:36 PM

    Actually it makes sense the Jets take him.. Moss wants to play for Pats and the Jets wont want that to happen. Specially if Moss changes his attitude.

  25. BetterThanYou85 says: Nov 2, 2010 4:40 PM

    epping16 says:
    November 2, 2010 4:26 PM
    FLORIO!!!!
    It amazes me how dumb these “experts” are. I mean think about it Florio, Why in the world would the Patriots claim him? They are last in the waiver priority. They know he would love to go back to New England. If they claim him and no one else does they have to take on his WHOLE CONTRACT. If they don’t claim him, and no one else does, they can sign him for the league minimum and the Vikings are still on the hook for the remainder of the contract. It no way do the Patriots gain an advantage by claiming him, unless they believe that no one else will, and then he will sign with another team. Which we all know that is not going to happen.
    ————————–
    Exactly!
    Why the hell would the last team on the waiver wire put in a claim? If they get to him, that means he’d have cleared waivers if they didnt put in, so then they can just sign him and not pay 3.88 mil. Florio is awful!

  26. Fran the Man says: Nov 2, 2010 4:42 PM

    To all you season ticket holders;
    SELL YOUR TICKETS TO OPPOSING TEAMS FANS. DON’T ATTEND THIS GAME SUNDAY!
    DON’T BUY ANY VIKING GEAR.
    PASS IT ON. . . .

  27. Love_Boat_Scandal says: Nov 2, 2010 4:43 PM

    Vikes will put in a claim for him.

  28. tk1966 says: Nov 2, 2010 4:44 PM

    How ’bout the Bungles? Can you imagine the circus it would be with those three egos?

  29. steamrod says: Nov 2, 2010 4:46 PM

    If all 31 teams that aren’t the Vikings claim him on waivers can’t he just report to whatever team he wants to play for and refuse the others?

  30. JP says: Nov 2, 2010 4:47 PM

    “Does that mean that the Vikes can reclaim him, then have to pay him twice?
    Then, trade him to them to themselves for a 2012 fifth round pick.”
    LMAO. Funniest thing I have read all day, and I really needed a laugh as its been a tough day. :) Kudos!

  31. CollegeToPros says: Nov 2, 2010 4:48 PM

    It should tell u fans of other teams a lot if the Patriots who have
    1. a coach Randy respects
    2. a QB Randy loves to catch passes from
    3. a winning team
    and they are not sure if they want him back. So why in the world do these other teams want him? He wanted minny, ok we sent him and he came crawling back?
    Why do any of those teams think, oh yea Randy will play hard for us!
    makes no sense at all for any team to claim him. He is a major headache if your team cant handle him. and if Randy doesnt want to play for u, then he is dogging it and will let u know he is dogging it.
    so enjoy seatle. u get an unhappy unmotivated Randy Moss.

  32. philbirds says: Nov 2, 2010 4:48 PM

    lol at someone saying the NFL is in the decline… unless you are a fan of like 6 or 7 teams, this is the best regular season in a very long

  33. Pervy *Harvin* says: Nov 2, 2010 4:49 PM

    T.O. looks like a school boy to the new and never improved cancer we call Randy Moss. I’m sure some team will think in desperation that he will work for them. If you like a shitty human,lazy route runner and locker room diva…he will!! He quit a route in NE game.Wouldn’t jump for Favre’s last pass to win in Green Bay! I used to love this guy and now I wouldn’t piss on him if he was on fire…

  34. 2 says: Nov 2, 2010 4:51 PM

    No way the Pats put in a claim. They are the last in line so there is no need to. If unclaimed, he would accept the league minimum from the Pats while he collects $3.5 Mil from the Vikings.

  35. CC80 says: Nov 2, 2010 4:51 PM

    If he can destabilize the Patriots there is no team too good/professional for him to wreck.
    I too hope for the Redskins.

  36. jolink65 says: Nov 2, 2010 4:54 PM

    i don’t see why anyone else would want to take him he made it clear he wants to play for bill belichick n he’s already shown he’ll go half-speed n give up on the field n play only when he wants to so what team would wanna deal with that…i’m gonna laugh if the dolphins take him just so the patriots won’t get him back but if he drops n the patriots have a change to pick him back up i’d be more than happy to have him back

  37. bobinpuertorico says: Nov 2, 2010 4:57 PM

    There is only one possible reason why the Bills would ever consider claiming Moss and that is if they can get future compensation for him. If the Bills took him and then he left to be a free agent after the season ended, could the Bills pick up a third round compensatory draft pick? If they could get such a pick, then they might claim Moss. However, if they would not be able to get such a compensatory pick, then there is zero chance the Bills will claim Moss.

  38. BetterThanYou85 says: Nov 2, 2010 5:06 PM

    philbirds says:
    November 2, 2010 4:48 PM
    lol at someone saying the NFL is in the decline… unless you are a fan of like 6 or 7 teams, this is the best regular season in a very long
    —————
    I dont believe it’s on the decline yet, but it can’t be far off. Everything is cyclical and what goes up must come down. I believe with an 18 game schedule and all these patsy rules and trying to expand into other countries the NFL will lose favor in America. It’s bound to jump the shark eventually.
    Plus fans dont take too kindly to rich owners crying poverty, it’s only a matter of time until people stop going to games at the rates they are going.

  39. CollegeToPros says: Nov 2, 2010 5:06 PM

    exactly CC8o.
    it will only be a good thing for my team (the Patriots) to claim him because they would have him by the neck and he must do wat they say or he is gone in a day.
    Anywhere else he goes, he will walk around like he owns the place and play like he owns the place and at his own pace.
    I only want Randy back on the Patriots if he is in Deion Branch (yes sir, no sir) mode. Anything else, and he is a disaster right now.

  40. epping16 says: Nov 2, 2010 5:07 PM

    Everyone saying no team should touch him….He is in the last year of his contract, he is seeing that if he doesn’t produce, he’s going to be lucky to have a job next year. If I had a contending team I wouldn’t mind bringing him in at all. If he wants a contract next year he is going to have to play NOW. If he comes in and pulls the crap he did in Minnesota then you can ship him out as quick as you brough him in without losing anything other than some money. Not alot of risk here for the claiming teams.

  41. Pastabelly says: Nov 2, 2010 5:08 PM

    Agree with others. Makes no sense for NE to place a claim on him. If he gets that far, he’s a free agent and Minnesota has to pay him. At that point, he’d be a free agent and might agree to go to NE for the league minimum. At this point, several teams are interested and it won’t make a difference. Miami would mean one more trip to Foxboro and one more presser for the man from Rand U. Nothing would beat that one.

  42. brady12 says: Nov 2, 2010 5:13 PM

    I think we now know what Randy and Bill talked about when they hugged. This wasn’t going to end any other way.

  43. njhitman says: Nov 2, 2010 5:22 PM

    Moss the new T.O of the NFL . I think the Pats had this setup to get a trade for him and he become a T.O and they get him back . The NFL should say noway New England your off the board for Moss

  44. toddyarbroughjr says: Nov 2, 2010 5:23 PM

    Moss is never going to try for any team with a losing record, so if I were a team like Buffalo or Jacksonville I wouldn’t even claim him off of the waivers list. At the same time, if you’re a team with a record better than .500 it might be worth it to look at him as an option. A team like the Dolphins or the Bears could definitely use him to their advantage. Lets also not overlook the fact that he has some history with Matt Cassell in KC while Brady was out two seasons ago, and is one of the reasons Cassell looked so good. I would be EXTREMELY shocked if Kansas City doesn’t push hard to make this happen, and if they do get him I think KC becomes the team to beat in the NFC and may be Super Bowl bound!

  45. TouchdownRoddyWhite says: Nov 2, 2010 5:25 PM

    How did he, in any way, destabilize the Pat’s? I’m not buying into the hair-beard debate of 2010 one bit, personally. I’m pretty sure Moss had a similar beard in past seasons, so why would it be an issue come year 3?
    Isn’t collusion a Player’s Union tool against teams that are in collusion against any number of players? So how could the Patriots be accused of collusion?
    Even if I’m wrong and the scope of the rules regarding collusion are wide enough to cover this type of scenario, it would be almost completely impossible to prove the Pats could have known with any amount of certainty the Vikings would cut Moss loose after one post game rant.
    I do think the timing of the trade and the specific team they chose for the trade was a logistic move. People are saying that the Pat’s shipping him out for a 3rd round pick is a sign of how little the thought of him. I think it was done to expedite the trade and ensure the Vikings had the best possible chance to wipe the Jets out. Even though that didn’t quite work out.
    Expect the rest of this week in football to be all about Randy Moss because the only teams it seems he would want to play for likely don’t have a shot at him through waivers, and regardless of what anybody says, some shmuck head coach, on a losing team, is trying to convince his superiors he can keep Moss on lock through the end of the season. Singletary anybody? He’s already fired – he just doesn’t know it yet -, so why not go for the gusto and pray for the best?

  46. Florios'Lawyer says: Nov 2, 2010 5:32 PM

    “Boatload” of teams, huh…?
    Sounds like a contest to determine who the most desperate idiots are.
    The “winner” should be interesting. Let’s see who’s next in line to think they can “change” Randy Moss.

  47. OldMan says: Nov 2, 2010 5:33 PM

    Randy Moss is too honest. Yes, that’s what I said. He does not play hard for a (in his opinion) losing team and he says so. How many other players are going to give 120% and risk getting injured for a team that is going nowhere? I would like to see a statistic on player injuries versus win-lose records. How many players at Buffalo are on the PUP list? How about Jacksonville? I love to watch football, and especially when it is played well and with spirit. This year I have watched the poorest level of play I have seen in 45 years. Something is changing.

  48. FinFan6886 says: Nov 2, 2010 5:37 PM

    Moss making KC the team to beat in the NFC would be a pretty neat trick. What division would they need to go to?

  49. Dol-Fan_24_7 says: Nov 2, 2010 5:45 PM

    The Dolphins need to get Randy!,come to south beach..you will be welcomed with open arms..if we can handle Marshall we can handle Moss..not to mention our Offense would of a sudden be much harder to defend with 3 great WR’s..

  50. twinkletoes says: Nov 2, 2010 5:46 PM

    Even as a half-season rental, Moss could do a lot of damage to the Raiders’ current attempt at resurgence. It would be more of a pre-emptive move on the part of Undead Al, to prevent the Chiefs from taking advantage of this situation.
    Never thought I’d say this, but I’m actually happy that the Raiders’ record is worse than the Chiefs.
    Moss makes a lot of sense when you get to the .500 teams. Best part is, the team that acquires him will be getting a player in full-on audition mode for the upcoming free agency period.

  51. HarrisonHits says: Nov 2, 2010 5:58 PM

    “Since the one-loss Pats currently are last on the priority list, the gesture would be the next step in the phony (from New England’s perspective) Moss love-fest, aimed at keeping his wings clipped if/when he plays the Patriots again.”
    Geeze Florio, you’re speculations are getting almost as bad as Rosenthal’s pathetic excuse for journalism.
    Do you honestly think Belichick needs Moss to feel all warm and fuzzy to shut him down ? Really ? Bill Belichick ?
    That’s just laughable.

  52. Chuck W says: Nov 2, 2010 6:03 PM

    Moss will be a cancer for any team that takes him. I’ll bet that everybody passes.

  53. Mike Daly says: Nov 2, 2010 6:15 PM

    Moss will be a problem for any team that tries to take him other than New England. I think he genuinely wants to come back to Foxboro and it seems clear the Patriots genuinely like him; they certainly respect his game, as evidenced by how much coverage they devoted to him in the Minnesota game.
    The reality is the Patriots are the only team that would want him and where he’d actually fit – he knows the offense, he loves Brady, he loves Belichick (the trade was over his contract deal far more than over concern about his influence over the young D-back corps), he seems to now realize that fat contract he thought he was going to get is not there, and the Patriots offense genuinely needs him – New England has gone from a 36-points-per-game attack in the first four games to a 26-points-per-game attack, and the closeness of the Ravens and Chargers game was unsettling; and one must throw in that Deion Branch is hurting again.
    I can’t help but think, in the end, Moss suits up back in Foxboro.

  54. HarrisonHits says: Nov 2, 2010 6:28 PM

    “If he somehow lands back on the Pats, i would call for some kind of colusion investigation. Hey Randy, we need another draft pick, go to the vikes and then whine and complain so they fire you, we’ll then bring you back”
    @Tdk24
    First of all the Pats always have more picks than virtually any other team because Belichick is such a genius with his draft day trades.
    Second, knowing full well that most of the other teams would be ahead of the Pats on the waiver list the chances of them getting him back are tiny.
    Thirdly, the Vikes took Moss on knowing his history and that he can be disruptive. If they chose to cut him how does that have anything to do with the Pats ?
    Fourth, thanks for playing and making mentally deficient chipmunks everywhere look like rocket scientists compared to you. You can go back to your other conspiracy theories now.

  55. Arctic Edge says: Nov 2, 2010 6:35 PM

    I’m so glad the Vikings cut this hack. All the smart teams will let Moss pass by. So teh question is, which dumass team will take him, LOL!

  56. via405 says: Nov 2, 2010 6:43 PM

    Dear Randy,
    Welcome to St. Louis. — my solemly mancrush overflowing..
    This is the only true fit for you right now. Should you land in St. Louis – Welcome Bro..

  57. via405 says: Nov 2, 2010 6:47 PM

    Dear Randy,
    Welcome to St. Louis. — my solemly mancrush overflowing..
    This is the only true fit for you right now. Should you land in St. Louis – Welcome Bro..

  58. anthem says: Nov 2, 2010 6:54 PM

    Chicago needs a wr

  59. Kisstherings says: Nov 2, 2010 7:01 PM

    @Hawk says:
    November 2, 2010 4:28 PM
    If Moss bolted from a winner why would he agree to go to these losers. I agree with Nitro send him to Rex Ryan and watch Dirty Sanchez get crappier than he is now!
    ————————————————-
    Moss hasn’t “Bolted” from anywhere. He was traded and he was cut.
    Both moves took him and his agents by surprise.

  60. GRpatriot says: Nov 2, 2010 7:06 PM

    Childress stupidity doesn’t equal collusion! Man, where do you guys come up with this stuff???
    He would play a diminished role in New England, which is why he was traded in the 1st place! Randy believes that catches equals money!
    The Patriots have won 3 in a row and sit atop the league at 6-1…Belichick will not alter his plans now! Unless Moss comes back via Free Agency at a reduced salary!
    The only team I could see claiming him would be the Jets..Rex would do it to tweak Belichick!
    Pick his brain, release Holmes?

  61. Richm2257 says: Nov 2, 2010 7:16 PM

    Why would any other team grab this guy off of waivers ……. think about it for a minute. He wanted out of New England, where he had it good, and his first choice – his FIRST choice, was the Vikings. The Patriots accomodated him on that, yet within just four weeks he was unhappy enough to force this release.
    FOUR WEEKS……. with his FIRST CHOICE team!!!!!!!
    How in the hell does any other team in the league look at that and think he’s worth a $3.9 million gamble?
    There’s only one team where Moss is going to be happy and contribute. and that’s New England, now that he realizes what he walked away from. Thirty other teams (not counting NE and the Vikes) can take a 3.9 million dollar flyer on him, and they may as well flush their money down the toilet. He won’t be happy, and he won’t be productive.
    Belichick can come out of this helping New England; he got rid of Moss for a 3rd round pick, and gets back a rededicated Moss – at a bargain price, thanks to Childress – just as Deion Branch tweaks a hammy.
    You morons bash this guy relentlessly, yet he proves over and over again to be the smartest SOB in football.

  62. 1nationraidernation says: Nov 2, 2010 7:18 PM

    I hope to god it’s the redskins….they could keep the laughs coming for awhile…hail to the skins

  63. Pervy *Harvin* says: Nov 2, 2010 7:22 PM

    When you consider Moss these days,glad MN kicked that ass to the curb. Fight over him the rest of the NFL.Percy and Rice are better than Moss at this stage in his career..

  64. Ytsejamer1 says: Nov 2, 2010 7:36 PM

    Mike Daly says: New England has gone from a 36-points-per-game attack in the first four games to a 26-points-per-game attack…
    To point out the part in the middle of your good observations, the Pats have scored 24 offensive PPG with Moss, and 24.7 offensive PPG without him. So actually, they’ve improved marginally…or at the very least, haven’t skipped a beat while letting Moss go.
    Remember in the Cincy game we had a pick 6 by Guyton and a punt/kickoff return TD by Tate. In the Miami game, we scored just about every way one can score..punt return for TD, pick 6 by Chung, and another TD via ST I believe…can’t remember how specifically.

  65. FinFan6886 says: Nov 2, 2010 7:38 PM

    Kisstherings says:
    November 2, 2010 7:01 PM
    Moss hasn’t “Bolted” from anywhere. He was traded and he was cut.
    Both moves took him and his agents by surprise.
    ———————————————
    Yes, he did. You can’t act like that and then be “surprised”. He may as well have taken a dump on the coaches’ desks

  66. CaptainObvious says: Nov 2, 2010 7:56 PM

    # Kisstherings says: November 2, 2010 7:01 PM
    “Moss hasn’t “Bolted” from anywhere. He was traded and he was cut.
    Both moves took him and his agents by surprise.”
    If Moss was “surprised” by either of those moves, he’s an even bigger idiot than I thought.

  67. Harrisonheld16 says: Nov 2, 2010 8:21 PM

    he will probably go to the pats because the pats are the luckiest team in the NFL and everything goes their way. That whole franchise should of got those super bowls taken away from them when they were caught cheating.

  68. superb owl says: Nov 2, 2010 8:31 PM

    pats havent lost without him. vikes got worse with him.
    cancer. the second things arent going his way he dynamites things.
    he did it in minny more than once.
    any new contract he gets wont be at the level he wants and it will be one year, loaded with clauses, and team option for additional year/s.
    he is making she-ho look like a model citizen.
    he should go to cincy and then they can have batman, robin and batgirl.

  69. John from Concord says: Nov 2, 2010 9:50 PM

    Patriots won’t submit a claim. At most, they’ll make a nice phone call to Moss’s agent and say that in the event the player clears wavers, they’d be interested in a conversation. That checks off the we-still-love-Randy box and doesn’t expose the Patriots to any sort of obligation to actually pay the guy (and if they do end up for some crazy reason bringing him back at the veteran minimum or whatever, Moss makes more money that way.)

  70. baroneski23 says: Nov 3, 2010 1:27 AM

    Absolute cancer. How many chances is this guy going to get? If he wasn’t happy with the Patriots , he is not going to be happy anywhere.

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