Randy Moss, who has been dealt to his former team, the Minnesota Vikings, has quite the history against the Pack, and especially at 1265 Lombardi Avenue. The wideout has 1,243 receiving yards, 12 touchdowns and one $10,000 moon against the Packers in his 13-year career.
In the 2004 NFC wild-card game at Green Bay, Moss took touchdown celebrations to the next level. The wideout, who ended that contest with 70 yards and two touchdowns, pretended to drop trou toward the end zone stands.
To his defense, former NFL head coach Tony Dungy later explained that Packers fans traditionally moon the opponent’s buses following a Packer win at Lambeau. So what’s wrong with a little payback?
Week 7 at Lambeau will be the ticket of the year with both Brett Favre and Moss taking the pitch in Purple and White. The ticket of the decade, however, will be Week 8 at Gillette Stadium, when the Vikes take on Tom Brady and Patriots.
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“I think that’s the way it turns out sometimes, sometimes certain players, in some games, get more opportunities than others.”
–Bill Belichick, on Randy Moss’ zero receptions on Monday in Miami
There could be a few new classes added to Harvard’s and MIT’s registrar to help out the Celtics’ biggest addition.
“While most of us don’t know ‘how many businesses’ Shaq owns or ‘how many commercials’ he ‘created’, we do know how many free throws he made and missed during his college and NBA basketball careers (i.e., 369/642 or 57.5% @LSU where presumably he wasn’t paid $millions, 5,862/11,121 or 52.7% @NBA regular season and 1,168/2,315 or 50.2 @NBA playoffs – while being paid $millions). If Harvard or MIT offer classes in making free throws, say, FT Improvement 101 & 102, would Shaq attend if it was demonstrated that such classes generally ‘can help’ attendees?“
Don’t look now, but a soccer match has broken out during this performance in Finland.