Could Moss End Up in Tennessee?

It’s not impossible. The Titans are in position to make a serious playoff push. With their defensive front making plays, and Chris Johnson running the football, this team can go as far as Vince Young will take them.

With Moss on the outside and Johnson in the backfield, it would open things up for breakout Kenny Britt. Young has never had a deep threat like Moss, and things could really open up for Chris Johnson with Moss clearing out safeties.

For the Titans to get moss, they would have to wait for the waiver wire. Since Moss was waived, the Buffalo Bills will have the first choice of Moss and will continue on from worst to best. If Moss falls to the Titans, it might be tough to pass up. His price would come at a bargain $6.4 million base salary.

Moss has been considered one of the NFL’s best deep threats for a decade now and can instantly improve any team. Let’s see what uniform he’ll help sell now.


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One Response to “Could Moss End Up in Tennessee?”

  1. Oilers Forever says:

    Nah. If the Oilers couldn’t stomach having LeGarrette Blount on their team, no way would they take on Randy Moss.

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