Why Must Randy Moss Be Unfairly Criticized for His Warranted

September 13, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It appears as though the media still has its favorites and Randy Moss isn't one of them.
Despite turning his career around, rewriting the Patriots record book, and becoming a true "team player," it appears as though some members of the media feel that all of that should be thrown out the window the moment THEY have the opportunity to sensationalize a story that was the direct result of someone not named Randy Moss.
Moss is now being criticized for his decision to "talk contract" after the Patriots' 38-24 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals.
To paraphrase Moss' sentiments (and I apologize for any possible misinterpretation here), he feels under-appreciated, gets the feeling that some people in New England don't want him to do well, and doesn't think it's fair that he is now facing the prospect of having to "talk contract" week after week as the 2010 season rolls along.
Is that really all that unreasonable?
One would think that 250 receptions f...

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