Brad Childress Commits Coaching Suicide By Cutting Randy Moss

November 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

This makes no sense. None.
Waiving Randy Moss is a synonym for "the season is over." That is what Vikings head coach Brad Childress is saying at 2-5, with the team's next three games coming against the Cardinals and the two teams ahead in the division in an NFC that could be described as anything but "difficult." The season is over.
And so is Childress' credibility...and probably his coaching career. We'll get to that later.
Reports are surfacing that Childress acted alone when he waived Randy Moss today, that no one in the organization—the front office, the owner, the players—had an inkling this blunder was going to occur. And then around noon, the atom bomb went off.
A little over four weeks since he traded a third-round pick for Moss, Childress cut Moss for, well, being Moss: for being too honest for his own good during a press conference and not accepting the role of decoy on a losing team with open arms—for having the temerity to doubt Br...

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