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Randy Moss
#18 - WR - New England Patriots

Height: 6'4'' Weight: 205
Born: 02/13/1977
College: Marshall
2006 Projections
707495HIGH (139%)

Player Analysis: Moss' 1,000 yards and 8 touchdowns last year were a disappointment to anyone who drafted him in the early rounds. He's as fast as they come, but he doesn't always focus as much as he could, and struggles when he's not the #1 option. The silver lining (no pun intended) to his struggles is that they were due in large part to Kerry Collins' shortcomings and nagging injuries. Both are gone for this season, so expect a rebound to a typical Randy Moss season.

Fantasy Football Impact: Moss remains one of the top Wide Receivers in the NFL, and could be had at a bargain this year on the heels of two below average seasons.


Moss out for Raiders; Timmerman for Rams - 12/18/2006
Source: National Football League News Wire

Randy Moss missed his first game since joining the Oakland Raiders, sitting out Sunday's contest against the St. Louis Rams with a sprained ankle. Moss, who leads the Raiders with 42 catches for 553 yards, injured his ankle last week against Cincinnati. He was replaced in the lineup by Ronald Curry. Doug Gabriel, claimed off waivers from New England earlier this week, also was active. Rams right guard Adam Timmerman also missed the game with three broken ribs, ending his streak of playing in 184 consecutive regular-season games. Center Richie Incognito switched to guard to replace Timmerman, with Brett Romberg starting at center. Other Raiders inactive were receiver Jerry Porter, tight end James Adkisson, running back LaMont Jordan, defensive back Duane Starks and offensive linemen Robert Gallery and Corey Hulsey. Other Rams inactive were running backs Rich Alexis and Paul Smith, defensive linemen Eric Moore and Victor Adeyanju, offensive lineman Jeremy Parquet and safety Jerome Carter.


Rams blank Raiders 20-0 - 12/17/2006
Source: NFL.com

The St. Louis Rams' much-maligned defense finally found an offense it could dominate. The Rams took advantage of five Oakland turnovers, including two that set up touchdown runs by Steven Jackson, in St. Louis' 20-0 victory over the Raiders. Jackson finished with 127 yards on 31 carries, scoring on runs of 4 yards after Chris Carr fumbled a punt and 19 yards after Andrew Walter threw the first of two interceptions. St. Louis (6-8) got just its second win in nine games. In a season full of historic lows, the Raiders (2-12) reached another in losing their seventh straight game. They also equaled their most losses in a season since Al Davis joined the franchise in 1963. And it was their third shutout loss of the year, including two at home. The Raiders had been shutout at home only once in their history before this season. The Rams weren't much better on offense but didn't turn the ball over and relied on the defense to get the win. St. Louis entered the contest allowing more than 25 points per game but ended up with its first shutout since 2003.


Bengals stay hot, beat Raiders 27-10 - 12/10/2006
Source: NFL.com

Only a month ago, the Cincinnati Bengals looked like they were on the verge of imploding. The defending AFC North champs were openly pouting and regularly losing. Video highlights Cincinnati's Rudi Johnson rushed for 117 yards and two touchdowns. 56k | 300k Raiders postgame press conference 56k | 300k Bengals postgame press conference 56k | 300k Look at them now. Carson Palmer threw for a pair of touchdowns and Rudi Johnson ran for two more, setting up a well-rounded 27-10 victory over the Oakland Raiders that strengthened Cincinnati's playoff chances. "We're peaking at the right time," receiver Chad Johnson proclaimed. The Bengals (8-5) have won four in a row, moving to the forefront of the AFC wild card race. At the moment, Cincinnati is positioned for one of the two spots, with pivotal games coming up the next two weeks at Indianapolis and Denver. It's all coming together for a team that's piling up franchise records on offense and defense these days. They had a pair of 100-yard receivers and a 100-yard rusher, a combination they've never had before. And, the defense had another record-setting performance -- Cincinnati has given up only 17 points in the last three games, another first. They've come a long way from that 4-5 start that left them with no margin for error. "We've been in this position for the last month," said Rudi Johnson, who ran for 117 yards. "Our backs have been against the wall. We've been coming out fighting and clawing. We definitely understand our situation." The Raiders (2-11) understand theirs, too. It keeps getting worse. The defense keeps them in games, and the offense gives them away. Oakland's first three drives ended this way: fumble, missed field goal, interception. None of it was new. "We need a win badly," coach Art Shell said. "I keep saying that every week. They're trying. We're just not getting it done." Oakland has lost six in a row, failing to score more than 14 points in any game. The Raiders were simply outclassed in this one.


Texans escape Black Hole with 23-14 win - 12/04/2006
Source: NFL.com

David Carr completed 22 straight passes two weeks ago and didn't win. So he doesn't feel bad about getting one on a day he didn't complete a single pass in the second half and his team finished the game with negative yards passing. It wasn't a pretty day for David Carr, but he led the Texans to a rare road win. "It's the weirdest feeling I've ever had in a football game," Carr said. The Texans became the first team in 25 years to win a game with negative yards passing, using Demarcus Faggins ' 58-yard fumble return for a touchdown, two long returns on special teams and a pair of fumbles by Randal Williams to beat the Oakland Raiders 23-14. Carr figures this is payback for what happened two weeks ago in Buffalo, when the Texans lost 24-21 despite his big game passing. "This was a lot better feeling," Carr said. "This plane ride is going to be much sweeter." In a season full of ugly losses by the Raiders (2-10), this one gets its own special place. In the first game since John Shoop took over the play-calling duties from Tom Walsh, Oakland turned the ball over five times, missed three field goals, allowed five sacks and had only one offensive score. The Raiders lost despite outgaining Houston 302-124 in total yards. "When you make the mistakes that we made, it's tough to win," running back Justin Fargas said. "We can move the ball but when you get penalties and turnovers, you end up with no points on the board after all that effort. That wears on the morale of the team and the other team is able to get confidence. All of a sudden, a team that should be blown out of the water is hanging around in the fourth quarter and we end up in this situation." Carr finished 7-of-14 for 32 yards, failing to complete a pass in the final 32 minutes. He was sacked five times for 37 yards, leaving Houston with negative-5 yards passing. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, the Texans were the first team since the Houston Oilers on Oct. 4, 1981, against Cincinnati to finish with negative yards passing and win. "We weren't productive at all," Carr said. "We didn't do anything. I didn't do anything. We could have had you out there. Anybody could have handed it off that second half." About the only thing working for the Texans (4-8) on offense was handing the ball to Ron Dayne, who had 83 of his 95 yards rushing in the second half. Houston Pro Bowl kick returner Jerome Mathis, who missed the first 11 games recovering from a fractured foot, provided a spark with an 87-yard return of the second-half kickoff. Wali Lundy ran in from the 3 on the next play to tie the game at 14. That made up for a first-half mistake when Mathis bobbled a kick in the end zone and still tried to return it, getting out only to the 4. Mathis was later used as a decoy when Dexter Wynn faked a reverse on a punt return and went 58 yards before being tackled by punter Shane Lechler at the 21.


Second-half surge gives Bolts 21-14 win - 11/27/2006
Source: NFL.com

Once all the confusion was sorted out and the ball still belonged to the San Diego Chargers, they made sure to get it into LaDainian Tomlinson 's hands. L.T. has been a touchdown waiting to happen for nearly two months, by running, catching or throwing. The star running back once again saved San Diego, keying yet another second-half rally to give the AFC West-leading Chargers a 21-14 win over the Oakland Raiders, their fifth straight victory. The way they've been rallying and winning, even with boneheaded plays such as the one receiver Vincent Jackson made, the Chargers (9-2) might have something special going after so many seasons of false hopes and brutal play. "I certainly hope so, because I might have a heart attack pretty soon," said Tomlinson, who's in the midst of an MVP-type season. "It seems like it's magical, the way things are happening for us. It's kind of just going right for us." Tomlinson rushed for two touchdowns and broke out a favorite San Diego trick by throwing for another. He has 24 touchdowns this season, and needs five in the last five games to break the NFL record of 28 set by Shaun Alexander during his MVP season of 2005. Tomlinson threw a 19-yard touchdown pass to tight end Antonio Gates to tie the game at 14 with 9:46 left. The running back has thrown for two touchdowns this season and six in his career, three against the archrival Raiders. The latest came four plays after Jackson nearly gave away the ball. With the Chargers (9-2) trailing 14-7 and facing fourth-and-2 from the Raiders 40, Jackson made a diving catch of a 13-yard pass from Philip Rivers, rolled to the ground untouched, then stood up and spun the ball forward in celebration. Oakland's Fabian Washington jumped on the ball. "My emotions just got me for a second," said Jackson, a second-year pro. Referee Mike Carey originally signaled Oakland's possession and the Raiders' offense came on the field. The Raiders (2-9) rushed to the line of scrimmage, but umpire Garth DeFelice told them to hold up while Carey huddled with other officials.


Green returns to lead Chiefs past Raiders - 11/19/2006
Source: NFL.com

Trent Green looked and felt just like new. He was at his best when Kansas City needed him most. After passing for barely 50 yards in his return from a 10-week layoff, the two-time Pro Bowl quarterback coolly threw for 50 yards in one game-winning fourth-quarter drive. Hitting three of five in the final minutes, Green set up Larry Johnson 's 1-yard go-ahead touchdown run and rallied the sluggish Chiefs past injury-riddled Oakland 17-13. "The majority of games in this league come down to the fourth quarter, and finding ways to get that done," said Green, who couldn't even drive the first couple of weeks after suffering a severe concussion on Sept. 10. "I just feel proud I was able to contribute to that part of it and make some throws when we needed." The Raiders held a 13-10 lead when the Chiefs (6-4) took the ball on their 20 with 4:53 to play. He hit 3-of-5, including passes of 10 and 16 yards to Samie Parker and a beauty of a 24-yard gainer to Eddie Kennison. Johnson, with 1:32 to play, squeezed into the end zone, capping a two-touchdown, 159-yard rushing game on his 27th birthday. "I wouldn't say I had any extra butterflies. I was just so anxious to get the thing started waking up this morning," said Green, who was a conservative 9-of-16 for 102 yards. "It's been hard, especially these last two or three weeks when I felt really good and felt like I could go out and play." The Raiders (2-8) also made a quarterback switch, starting Aaron Brooks over Andrew Walter for the first time since Sept. 17. Brooks hit Ronald Curry for a 39-yard gain to the Chiefs 8 with 32 seconds left. But safety Jarrad Page intercepted his next pass intended for Randy Moss in the end zone. "That was not a game-saving play," said cornerback Patrick Surtain. "That was a season-saver." Oakland's NFL-worst offense had already suffered two key injuries, losing starting running back Lamont Jordan to a knee injury in the first quarter and left tackle Robert Gallery to a dislocated elbow in the third. The Raiders said Jordan had a torn knee ligament and is likely out for the year. Gallery had a dislocated elbow.


Broncos hold off Raiders 17-13 - 11/12/2006
Source: NFL.com

The Denver Broncos went back to the formula they used to start the season: a stifling defense that made up for the mistakes of the offense. Jake Plummer overcame three interceptions to throw a go-ahead touchdown pass to Kyle Johnson early in the fourth quarter and the Broncos forced two fumbles down the stretch to seal a 17-13 victory against the Oakland Raiders. After breaking through with 31-point performances the past two weeks, Denver (7-2) reverted to its early season form when the defense dominated and often won in spite of the offense. While that proved to be more than enough against the struggling Raiders (2-7), the Broncos know they'll need to be better when the competition gets tougher starting with a first-place showdown next week against San Diego. "The good thing about it is we got a win, but we didn't play our best game," receiver Javon Walker said. "We left a lot of yards out there on the field. We made a lot of penalties and put ourselves in bad positions. We knew we could have played better." The winning touchdown came after a fumbled punt by Denver was overruled by an obscure penalty call against Oakland. The Raiders appeared in control when they recovered David Kircus' fumble at the Denver 20. But instead of adding to a 13-7 lead, Oakland was forced to punt again when Chris Carr was called for a personal foul for running out of bounds on the coverage.


Seattle sacks Oakland 16-0 in the rain - 11/07/2006
Source: NFL.com

Mike Holmgren showed a new side of his coaching persona. The passing game guru motivated his defense by dressing down his players and made sure he stuck to a game plan for the Seattle Seahawks that relied heavily on a backup running back. It was the same old Oakland Raiders. They capped yet another Monday night meltdown with a knee to the groin that led to defensive end Tyler Brayton's ejection. Craig Terrill had three of Seattle's nine sacks and Maurice Morris ran 30 times for a career-high 138 yards to help the Seahawks end a two-game skid with a 16-0 victory over the Raiders. The victory got the Seahawks (5-3) back on track after injuries to reigning MVP Shaun Alexander and Pro Bowl quarterback Matt Hasselbeck left the defending NFC champions struggling to match last season's success. But it was the defense that had Holmgren most concerned and led to the harsh talk following last week's 35-28 loss at Kansas City.


Raiders KO defending champs 20-13 - 10/30/2006
Source: NFL.com

As putrid as the Oakland Raiders were to start the season, they're now at least as good -- or is it bad? -- as the Super Bowl champs. Chris Carr returned an interception by Ben Roethlisberger 100 yards for a touchdown, Nnamdi Asomugha also took back an interception for a score and the Raiders mounted a late goal-line stand to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 20-13. The Raiders forced five Ben Roethlisberger turnovers and controlled the ball on offense. After losing five straight games to open the season and spark talk of possibly going winless, the Raiders have put together consecutive wins for the first time since October 2005. "We're not going to go around and stroke our egos or anything like that," defensive tackle Warren Sapp said. "We're still 2-5. We have a long way to go to get ourselves to .500." But to find an equal, they need only go as far as the Steelers, who lost for the fifth time in six games and are in danger of missing the playoffs after falling three games behind Baltimore in the AFC North. Pittsburgh (2-5) did their best impression of the Raiders by committing four turnovers, four personal fouls and allowing five sacks.


Raiders stomp Cardinals for first win - 10/22/2006
Source: NFL.com

Art Shell gathered his team the night before the game and told his players they needed to find some swagger. Nothing like a visit from the hapless Arizona Cardinals to do the trick. Andrew Walter threw for 263 yards and a score to lead his Raiders to their first win of the season. Andrew Walter threw a 32-yard touchdown pass to Randy Moss, ReShard Lee ran for a 1-yard score in the first quarter and the Raiders overcame five turnovers to win their first game of the season, 22-9 over Arizona on Sunday. "It's a weight off everybody's shoulders to get a first win," Shell said. "I'm most happy for the guys in the locker room. It's not about me. It's about those guys in the locker room. They've worked very hard to get some taste of success." The win snapped an 11-game losing streak and ended the growing talk of a possible winless season for the Raiders (1-5), who found all sorts of ways to lose in previous weeks. "By no means does this set our season on a pedestal," defensive tackle Warren Sapp said. "We've still got to go out and get some more wins." And now there's a new contender for worst team in the NFL in the Cardinals, who have lost six straight. Arizona blew 14-point leads after the first quarter the previous two weeks, including a 20-point second-half lead a week ago to Chicago when the Bears won 24-23 despite committing six turnovers. "I can't believe that we're sitting at 1-6. But we are," coach Dennis Green said. "Absolutely this is my fault. It's my job to make sure the ship is being ruddered the right way."


Broncos use defense to beat Oakland 13-3 - 10/16/2006
Source: NFL.com

The Denver Broncos apparently don't know much about math or history. They only know their defense is very, very good. The Broncos once again kept an opponent out of the end zone in a 13-3 win over the Oakland Raiders, when they found barely enough offense to go with their suffocating defense. The Broncos (4-1) are the first team since the 1934 Lions to start off a season by yielding just one TD through five games, something coach Mike Shanahan miscalculated in his congratulatory chat with his team. "'Thirty-four?" Broncos cornerback Darrent Williams said. "Coach got it wrong! Coach Shanahan told us '42. Just think about that, something that hasn't happened since '34 and it's 2006. That's just amazing, being able to do that. There have been a lot of great teams, even the Baltimore team in 2000 didn't do this, and they won the Super Bowl basically winning it by defense." Detroit shut out its first seven opponents in '34. Shanahan got it wrong with the media, too, telling reporters it was 1940. "I know it hasn't happened in a while," safety John Lynch said. "But I know one TD in five games is pretty darn good." Shanahan may be sketchy on his math, but at least he's not on the wrong side of history like the Raiders, who are 0-5 for the first time since 1964. They're also the only team left that hasn't won a game this year. "This is the first game where I felt that we lost our composure," coach Art Shell said after his team committed 13 penalties. "We lost our focus." Oakland has lost 11 in a row dating to last season. Jason Elam kicked two field goals, Tatum Bell scored on a short touchdown run and Champ Bailey once again picked off a key pass to thwart a scoring drive. Jake Plummer isn't fretting over Denver's continued offensive ineptitude. "The offense will come," he said. "We have Mike Shanahan, one of the best offensive minds in football." Javon Walker made big plays and the Broncos defense rolled. As is their style, the Broncos bent but didn't break. Bailey picked off a pass at the Denver 1 in the first half and defensive tackle Michael Myers ended another promising drive by the Raiders when he scooped up LaMont Jordan's fumble at the Denver 19 with 4:24 remaining. Sebastian Janikowski's 47-yard field goal pulled the Raiders to 13-3 midway through the third quarter, capping an ugly 23-yard drive that ate up almost 6 1/2 minutes and included two sacks and a fumble by quarterback Andrew Walter, which he recovered himself. The Broncos took a 13-0 lead into the locker room. With this Denver defense, that's downright insurmountable.


49ers beat cross-water rival Raiders 34-20 - 10/08/2006
Source: NFL.com

Arnaz Battle caught two touchdown passes from Alex Smith, and the 49ers overcame Randy Moss ' 100th career TD reception with a strong second half in a 34-20 victory over the winless Oakland Raiders. Frank Gore rushed for a career-high 134 yards and third-string running back Maurice Hicks scored on a 33-yard screen pass for the rebuilding 49ers (2-3) as they rebounded emphatically from last week's 41-0 loss at Kansas City. They also overcame a halftime deficit against the Raiders (0-4), who added another discouraging loss to their streak of 10 straight. Walt Harris made three of San Francisco's four interceptions, and the Niners scored 24 straight points after halftime to roll past their cross-water rivals in just the iconic franchises' 11th regular-season meeting. Smith went 15 of 19 for 165 yards in the 2005 No. 1 pick's fourth victory as a starter in the Niners' last seven games. Gore had another outstanding game, also picking up 38 yards on three catches -- and for the first time this season, he didn't fumble. Notes: Oakland leads the series 6-5. ... San Francisco LT Jonas Jennings sat out parts of the game with a sprained wrist ... Courtney Anderson caught a TD pass from Tuiasosopo with 6:23 to play, just the second TD throw of the six-year backup's career.


Moss doesn't see much concern among Raiders - 10/04/2006
Source: ESPN

Randy Moss seems unconcerned about the Raider's 0-3 record and his lack of production in Oakland.

Fantasy Impact: He goes on to insinuate that he's tried to get the team fired up, and nothing seems to work. It seems as though it's the team's general attitude that leads Moss to not care. If you can trade Moss now for anything worthwhile, do so.


Frye rallies Browns past Raiders 24-21 - 10/01/2006
Source: NFL.com

Charlie Frye threw the ball up for grabs in the end zone and it looked as if another late mistake by the young quarterback would do in the Cleveland Browns. Instead, the defense held tough and the Browns rallied from 18 points down and won for the first time this season, 24-21 over the Oakland Raiders. "This win is huge," Frye said. "I thought it was a game we were supposed to win. I thought we were a better team than Oakland. I'm glad we came out in the second half and played well."


Russell says Moss as good as he was with the Vikings - 09/29/2006
Source: The Columbus Dispatch

Cleveland Browns safety Brian Russell says donít be fooled. He believes that Randy Moss, his former teammate, is the same receiver he was a couple years ago when he tore up the NFL with the Minnesota Vikings. Russell played for the Vikings when Moss was one of the leagueís most dominant receivers. Moss put together back-toback 100-catch seasons in 2002 and 2003 and twice scored 17 touchdowns. But Moss hasnít looked the same with the Oakland Raiders. He caught 60 passes for 1,005 yards last season in what was considered a down year, and so far this year he only has six catches for 79 yards and no touchdowns. "Randy hasnít lost a step," Russell said. "Randy can still run with anybody, if not run by anybody. He makes great catches when he gets the chance. Iím sure theyíre working on being more efficient and getting the ball more to Randy Öso we have to be ready for his best game."


TDs prove elusive for Vikings offense - 09/25/2006
Source: Star Tribune

No one thought the Vikings' 2006 offense would resemble the high-flying act of Daunte Culpepper and Randy Moss. Efficient, not explosive, was the expectation for the West Coast style that first-year coach Brad Childress introduced. But efficient still means scoring touchdowns, and that's something the Vikings offense has failed to do for the past two-plus games. The streak continued in the Vikings' 19-16 loss to the Chicago Bears on Sunday at the Metrodome. The offense hasn't reached the end zone since receiver Marcus Robinson caught Brad Johnson's 20-yard scoring pass in the third quarter of the regular-season opener at Washington. The Vikings have gotten a touchdown each of the past two weeks, but one came on kicker Ryan Long- well's pass off a fake-field goal attempt and the other off a 7-yard interception return by cornerback Antoine Winfield. The theme coming from the Vikings' locker room late Sunday afternoon was this: Washington, Carolina and Chicago have very good defenses -- all three were ranked in the top 10 last season, with the Bears and Panthers finishing Nos. 2 and 3 -- but the Vikings know they need to clean up things.


Walls, literal and figurative, are up - 09/24/2006
Source: StarTribune.com

Two years ago, Vikings coaches developed an elaborate fake field goal play. You might remember it -- if for no other reason than its spectacular failure during a playoff game at Philadelphia. Sideline confusion prompted receiver Randy Moss to step off the field, leaving the Vikings without their planned target for the play. What you probably don't know: By the time the Vikings got to Philadelphia, word had circulated around the NFL that Moss was the target on a fake field goal play. In fact, a player who visited Winter Park during the 2005 free agent period told coaches that his former team knew all the details. The news stunned Vikings brass -- at least until they realized how relatively open and accessible (or susceptible) they were to espionage. Was it one of the neighboring office workers who could watch practice from a hill just outside their door? Was it one of the corporate sponsors invited to watch Thursday practices? Did someone simply wander into one of Winter Park's unlocked doors and stumble upon a chalkboard?


Brooks needs protection to have chance to succeed - 09/14/2006
Source: ESPN

Seven of San Diego's nine sacks came against Brooks, who was replaced in the fourth quarter by Andrew Walter because coach Art Shell was worried about the beating Brooks was taking. Brooks bruised his knee in the game and underwent an MRI on Tuesday but said he felt much better Wednesday and was probable for Sunday's game.

Fantasy Impact: Brooks was taking 7 step drops and routinely getting beaten to the spot by defensive linemen. For Randy Moss to be any sort of downfield threat, Brooks needs better protection than that.


Moss sounds off on Raiders: 'It's crazy around here' - 09/09/2006
Source: ESPNq

WR Randy Moss has declared that he is unhappy with the way things are going in Oakland, and that, "we're walking on eggshells around here."

Fantasy Impact: The one positive Moss was quoted with is that he's happy to have Aaron Brooks as his quarterback, which bodes well for the two of them at least.


With Branch holding out, Pats add WR - 09/04/2006
Source: Boston.com, BostonHerald.com, ESPN.com

Wide receiver Doug Gabriel was traded Saturday from the Oakland Raiders to the New England Patriots, who faced the uncertainty of whether holdout Deion Branch will return. The Raiders received an undisclosed draft choice. Gabriel, who was scheduled to start across from Randy Moss, has 71 receptions in three seasons and fills a need on the Patriots even if Branch, their best receiver and the MVP of the 2005 Super Bowl, does return.

Fantasy Impact: Without Deion Branch on the field and with rookie Chad Jackson injured with a hamstring problem, the acquisition of Doug Gabriel could have an instant impact for the Patriots and could help Gabriel's production out of the shadow of Randy Moss and Jerry Porter.


Moss grows discontent - 08/16/2006
Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

WE'LL GET THIS out of the way: Terrell didn't practice yesterday, though he stretched and ran. Owens' hammy still hurts, and that sweetheart Bill Parcells still sounds like he swallowed a dozen lemons when talking about it.


Most memorable moments (Yahoo! Sports) - 08/14/2006
Source: Yahoo!, Yahoo!, Yahoo!

Randy Moss went out of his way to respect his elders, while Ben Roethlisberger reached out to his adoring public.

Fantasy Impact: No fantasy impact


Moss chimes in on T.O.-McNabb feud - 07/20/2006
Source: Philadelphia Enquirer

Randy Moss put his two cents into the ongoing Terrell Owens-Donovan McNabb feud in an ESPN radio interview yesterday. Moss, the Oakland wide receiver who carved out his fame with the Minnesota Vikings, said T.O. was too worried about the money Moss made and said the Eagles quarterback was too worried about losing the spotlight.


No reason for Oakland to fret over No. 18's comments - 07/10/2006
Source: RealFootball365, ESPN

In a recent radio interview, Oakland Raiders wideout Randy Moss professed his hush-hush affection for the Baltimore Ravens and Atlanta Falcons.

  Receiving Kick Returns Punt Returns Fumbles
Year Team G Rec Yds YPR YPG YAC 1st
TD 100+
Yd G
No Yds Avg TD No Yds Avg TD Fum Fum
2004 MIN 13 49 767 15.7 59 4 43 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
2005 OAK 16 60 1005 16.8 62.8 2 46 8 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  Receiving Kick Returns Punt Returns Fumbles
Week Opp Rec Yds YPR YPG YAC 1st
TD 100+
Yd G
No Yds Avg TD No Yds Avg TD Fum Fum
1BUF 4 47 11.8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2@NYJ 2 32 16 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3DEN 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
4@CIN 1 5 5 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
5MIA 5 52 10.4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
7@BUF 7 129 18.4 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
8@MIN 2 20 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
9IND 6 76 12.7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
10NYJ 1 8 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
11@GNB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
12CHI 3 26 8.7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
13DET 4 44 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
14@MIA 2 28 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
15HOU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
16@JAC 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
17@TEN 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2006To Date 42 553 13.2 42.5 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


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