At age 35, you would have never thought an aging wide receiver would get up off the couch to resume his career with last year’s NFC West champs, the San Francisco 49ers.
Back in 2010, when his ability was questioned by lack of performance and enthusiasm; Moss announced his retirement from the sport that he played his entire life.
In 2010, Moss played for three different teams totaling 28 catches, 393 yards and five touchdowns.
Being a football fan you know the potential that Moss possesses when at his best, and his last season (pre-retirement) was just downright awful, according to his numbers in the previous years.
Randy Moss has the ability to take the top off the defense whenever he feels obligated to do so. Back in 2007 when his record-breaking season helped the Patriots go 16-0 in the regular season, Moss was playing at a very high level with an unstoppable mindset.
There are three goals that Moss “WILL” have to accomplish in order for him to reveal the talent we as fo...