They haven’t played together in seven years, but it looks like Tom Brady and Randy Moss still have a great deal of chemistry.
As Brady warmed up for the New England Patriots’ “Monday Night Football” game against the Miami Dolphins, Moss, who is a member of ESPN’s “Monday Night Countdown” panel, stood on the sidelines watching his former quarterback get loose.
And as Brady noticed Moss all alone with not a defender in sight, he zipped a pass right into his former wideout’s chest.
Check out the nostalgic moment in the video below:
Brady and Moss put up historic numbers in their three-plus seasons together, most notably in 2007, when 23 of Brady’s 50 touchdown passes went Moss’ way. Moss’ 23 receiving touchdowns in 2007 still are a single-season NFL record.
And judging off of their effortless connection Monday night at Hard Rock Stadium, it looks like Brady and Moss still could give opposing defenses nightmares.
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