VIDEO: Remembering When Santana Moss Fought Corey Webster Without a Helmet
Santana Moss was one of the most underrated wide receivers of his generation. Though he was never as consistent as many hoped he would be, Moss used his next-level quickness to terrorize opposing secondaries. His best season came in 2005 when he tallied 1,483 receiving yards and 9 touchdowns.
But his best moment might've come in a Week 1 matchup against the New York Giants back in 2009. Moss gets into it while run-blocking New York Giants cornerback Corey Webster, resulting in an all-time classic NFL sequence.
In the immortal words of Will Ferrell, "Boy, that escalated quickly." Moss and Webster are only going at each other for a few seconds before helmets and gloves start flying and the two begin duking it out on the ground.
To Moss' credit he stands in there and continues taking shots at Webster despite the lack of a helmet. Things backfire for him pretty quickly, though, as the two are soon swarmed by the entire Big Blue defense.
Still, Moss both instigating the fight and continuing to strike Webster's toward helmet after his had long since fallen off will always be an iconic NFL moment.
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