|Written by Michael|
Bet on the NFL Randy Moss says he's sorry things didn't work out in Minnesota and he isn't upset with the Vikings or coach Brad Childress for waiving him. The controversial Moss spoke this Wednesday for the first time since he was waived by Minnesota on November first. Wednesday was also Moss' second practice with the Titans, who happened to be the only NFL team to put in a claim for the player with 153 career touchdown catches. For sports betting fans to know, he said that he loved being in Minnesota, although it didn’t work out. Some have tried to say that his relationship with coach Childress became gruesome, but Moss begged to differ.
Moss only took four questions, in a 3 minute press conference which left the media wanting more. It was a change for Moss, who blew off the media in Minnesota several times and drew a $25,000 fine from the NFL. He last spoke publicly Oct. 31 after his last game with the Vikings, a 28-18 loss to New England when he refused to take questions, and instead going on a bizarre rant gushing about the Patriots and coach Bill Belichick and criticizing Vikings coaching. Childress told his players the next day Moss was being waived, and the team actually put him on waivers a day later on Nov. 2. Tennessee claimed him 24 hours later.
Football betting tips, note that Moss can become the first player in NFL history to catch a touchdown pass with three different teams in a single season with his first touchdown reception for Tennessee.
The 13-year veteran started wasn't with the Vikings for very long, less than a month acutally. Moss, who arrived in town Sunday, is in a much different situation in Tennessee. The Titans (5-3) are tied atop the AFC South, and Fisher is giving Moss a fresh start in Tennessee.
According to Fisher, Moss with play this sunday vs. Miami who are currently 4 and 4. One reason Moss might be enjoying himself is the Titans also like to have a little bit of fun while they work. Moss and Johnson teamed up to play a bit of a prank of the news cameras. They had rookie safety Robert Johnson put on Moss' No. 84 jersey and run onto the practice field with TV cameras and photographers shooting away, thinking it was the star receiver. Moss jogged out a few minutes later, pulling his helmet on with his usual red gloves instead of the blue Johnson wore.
When betting on sports here a quick Moss statistic to keep in mind are that he is averaging 122 yards and at least one touchdown per game. So the Titans only hope Moss keeps it up with his new team. Collins said the Titans are seeing the great attitude and work ethic Moss brings along with his desire to win.