Randy Moss may have fallen and bumped his head. (Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports)
Duh, Randy. Of course you think you are the greatest of all time.
Can’t blame you for that at all. If you didn’t think that, then well, you probably wouldn’t have been playing at the level you did your entire career.
Despite that fact, you aren’t the GOAT. That title belongs to Jerry Rice, and quite honestly, will probably always belong to Rice.
So this comes down to mano y mano, numbers vs numbers:
- Moss: 982 receptions for 15,292 yards and 156 touchdowns.
- Rice: 1549 receptions for 22,895 yards and 197 touchdowns.
Those numbers easily put that debate to rest. Moss may have revolutionized defensive coverages, but don’t think for a second that Rice didn’t either.
Maybe Moss forgot to finish his statement.
What do you think about Moss’ claim? Sound off below!
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