JMRA Hall of Fame

The JMRA Hall of Fame Inductee – Randy Moss

The JMRA Hall of Fame inductions continue with one of the most genetically gifted stars in NFL history.

RANDY MOSS, WR – MINNESOTA VIKINGS, OAKLAND RAIDERS, NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS, TENNESSEE TITANS (1998 – PRESENT)

Watching Randy Moss stand on the sidelines while players like Kenny Britt and Nate Washington caught passes during the 2010 season was a sobering contrast to what fans saw from the future Hall of Famer three years previous.

While he’s remembered for “mooning” the fans at Lambeau Field, walking off the field in Washington early during a 2004 regular season game, and being a somewhat surly customer, Moss will also be remembered as one of the game’s most dangerous receivers.

Moss served as one of the key figureheads of the two highest scoring offenses in NFL history, the 1998 Vikings and 2007 Patriots.

To this day, David Tyree’s “Helmet Catch” was the only thing standing between Moss and a Super Bowl ring.

While his chase of a ring appears to be coming to an abrupt close, Moss’s spectacular accomplishments should not be forgotten.

Moments of Moss:

1. Dallas Demolition:

2. Moon over Lambeau:

BONUS…Straight Cash Homey

3. 2007:

4. The Closing of Revis Island:

5. Fake Randy Moss:

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