Tom Brady jokes about how good Randy Moss would look in a Buccaneers uniform
Tom Brady had some of the best performances of his career when he got a chance to throw the ball to Randy Moss. While Brady prepares to begin his career with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, he joked about how Moss would look good in a Tampa Bay uniform.
Brady recently conducted an interview with the Religion of Sports, a company founded by Brady and Hall of Famer Michael Strahan. During the interview, Brady was asked about what he believed was the best performance of his career. The accomplished quarterback didn’t hesitate to say that his 2007 outing against the Buffalo Bills was his favorite.
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When @religionofsports asked me what I thought my greatest performance was, it was a no brainer to me. I have played so many games over the years and to the surprise of many, the one that sticks out the most in my mind was against @buffalobills in November of 2007. We scored 56 points and threw 4 touchdown passes to @randygmoss. Hey Randy, Bucs red would look really good on you! Do you have a few snaps left?? 😉 #greatnesscode @appletv
In that game against the Bills, Brady completed 31 of his 39 passes for 373 yards. He also threw five touchdown passes, with four of them going to Moss himself. As a result of Brady and Moss’ dominance, the New England Patriots would go on to defeat the Bills, 56-10.
There’s no doubt that Moss was the greatest wide receiver that Brady had a chance to work with. However, Brady now gets a chance to play with arguably the best set of weapons he’s had at his disposal in 2020.
Brady will get an opportunity to work in tandem with Mike Evans. Evans joined Moss in 2019 as the only wide receivers in NFL history to record six consecutive 1,000-yard seasons to begin their career. Besides Evans, Brady will also be targeting the likes of Chris Godwin, Rob Gronkowski, Cameron Brate, O.J. Howard and Ronald Jones.
Moss has been retired from the NFL and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2018. While he’s 43 years old now, the thought of a prime Moss joining forces with Evans and Godwin for the Buccaneers would’ve been a scary sight for opposing defensive coordinators.