Seeing that week 4 is in the record books for the New England Patriots, it has become a dog eat dog world pertaining to Randy Moss and how he has fell out of favor with coach Bill Belichick – and the New England Patriots organization. Randy Moss is no exception to the rule pertaining to his recent outspoken statements relating to his 2010 salary and trade contract inclusion.
Despite the Patriots defeating the Dolphins in week 4 – captain comeback Tom Brady did not completely backup Moss pertaining to his stay in New England. The star wide receiver has not been the only player whom has felt he is not appreciated for his talents and contributions – which donate to a winning attitude in the NFL.
The possibility of Randy Moss becoming a Minnesota Viking in week 5 – is more reality than fiction, and this is where Moss tenure with the New England Patriots may come to a premature end.
Randy Moss may be past the prime of his career, but his NFL career is far from over, in fact – a presumed trade may be what he needs to feel that he is worthy of the money, and his importance as a great wide receiver in the NFL.
In 300 words or less – could any one pro football fan sum up why Randy Moss should be traded or released from the New England Patriots team before his contract is not absolutely fulfilled or renegotiated?
After the 2008 NFL season ended – it was quite apparent that the Minnesota Vikings were in need of a first string/top notch quarterback. The Minnesota Vikings organization were in agreement on acquiring the talents and expertise of Brett Favre, and when Brett became a part of the Vikings lineup in 2009 – he did put in a bid for Randy Moss to be a component of Minnesota 2009 lineup.
It may be foolish for the New England Patriots to release Randy Moss before the 2010 season is over, but then again – the Patriots will not be the only team to make a bad judgment call that will come back to bite them in the divisional playoffs.
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