The Miami Dolphins decided that Randy Moss was not the missing puzzle piece or for that matter, one of the missing pieces. Had they decided that he was, Randy Moss would be a Miami Dolphin. Moss, released early in the week by Minnesota was claimed by the Tennessee Titans a couple of slots after Miami.
Moss will join a Titans team ranked 30th in the league in passing but a team who holds one of the most dynamic runners in Chris Johnson. For the Dolphins however, it’s a bitter pill in the sense that they will face him for the second time this season when the Titans visit Miami in two weeks. The Dolphins likely felt that Moss was too much of a cancer and a disruption to the team. There is no doubt that Moss would have brought a needed down-field threat on the field. It’s off the field that had many teams worried about him.
It says a lot about a player as dynamic as Moss when so many teams in need of a top receiver passed on his talents. Moss is entering the final years of his career and his attitude may end that prematurely.
For now, the Dolphins will move on as they have all season, apparently satisfied to turn the bottom of the roster over to find a few kernels, but apparently not the top.
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