Return Of The Superfreak: Randy Moss's 2012 Season
Unless you have been living under a rock for the past few months, you are aware that the greatest receiver to ever play the game has come out of retirement to once again remind the league, once and for all, just who the most lethal weapon to ever grace an NFL field really is.
Randy Moss will be the primary deep threat for the San Francisco 49ers this season. In an offense with Vernon Davis at TE, Crabtree and Manningham also at WR, and Gore receiving out of the backfield, it certainly looks like the 49ers are ready to begin airing it out. Moss and his deep routes should help this game plan tremendously. Today, we found out he will be doing before a huge, and very interesting, audience.
The 49ers have 5 prime time games. They play a games in Minnesota in week 3, and in New England in week 15, meaning Moss will be returning to his favorite former teams. In week 1, they will play at Moss's former 'home away from home', at Lambeau field in Green Bay. He will be able to show up Calvin Johnson when they play Detroit in week 2. In week 3, he will get to face old rival Darrelle Revis. Moss's revived attack on the all time record books will take place in front of his some high touted eyes.
What are people expecting from him? I am thinking he will do what he has done throughout the entirety of his electrifying career. I expect him to transform the entire offense and elevate his quarterbacks play to unthinkable levels. I think he is the missing piece they 9ers lacked in 2011, and will be the focal point of one of the NFL's highest scoring offenses. I am expecting something like 80 catches, 1,300 yards, and 15-16 touchdowns as Moss reminds everyone who the GOAT of all time really is.
Randy Moss's 2012 Season
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