Randy Moss was cut by the Minnesota Vikings after four games after Moss praised New England’s head coach Bill Belichick following the Vikings loss to New England. Speculation as to where could Moss go? How about the Chiefs? Consider this.
The Chiefs are last in the NFL with 164 passing yards per game. When Matt Cassel was the quarterback for New England in 2008, 21% of his 327 passes went to Randy Moss. 11 of Cassel’s 21 touchdowns that year…went to Moss. At 5-2, a middle of the pack defense and the best running game in football, Moss for one year could be an impact player and it’s someone that GM Scott Pioli is familiar with.
The Rams could be a candidate for Randy Moss. They’re 4-4 heading into their bye week, they are competing for the NFC West and they’ve lost three wide receivers to injuries including, Donnie Avery, Mark Clayton and Danario Alexander. Last week against Carolina they only had four active receivers, with the way Sam Bradford is playing, adding a big play threat like that would be big, plus they would get butts in the seats.