Vikings Share Mind-Blowing Randy Moss Highlight Reel
It's hard to talk about the greatest wide receivers to ever play the sport of football without mentioning NFL Hall-of-Famer Randy Moss. The four-time All-Pro wideout was one of the most electrifying pass-catchers of his time and regularly made ridiculous catches seem almost routine.
Moss spent the first seven of his 14 NFL seasons as a Minnesota Viking and the team recently tweeted out an insane highlight reel of his. Despite only including touchdowns Moss scored of 40 or more yards, the compilation was still almost ten minutes long.
Randy Moss Highlight Reel
This kind of feat really showcases how dynamic Moss was. He was a big play waiting to happen on every snap of the ball. Overall, Moss racked up 15,292 receiving yards and scored 156 touchdowns during his career. He also averaged an impressive 15.6 yards per catch and 70.1 yards per game.
There's no one in today's game that truly compares to how Moss played back in the early 2000s. Tyreek Hill definitely offers some electric playmaking ability of his own, but he still can't touch one of the greatest deep threats of all-time. Moss led the league in touchdown receptions five times in his career.
No matter how you look at it, you can't help but look back and admire what Moss was able to accomplish. He goes down as the best wide receiver to ever suit up in the purple and gold. Sometimes tweeting out a highlight reel is needed just to remind the people who forget that.
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