When you bite the hand that feeds you–or in this case adopts you–repercussions come in flurries and they come swiftly. Just ask Rick Sanchez. In this week’s episode of The Randy Moss Fiascos: The Paperback Edition, the Minnesota Vikings have decided to not say that they’ve waived #84 but that he’s no longer with the team, via a statement from the team’s website. This strange bit of news feed came just a day after Moss announced that he would take advantage of his multiple personality disorder, only asking and answering his own questions in interviews for the remainder of the season.
Somewhere in between there was ultimate adulation towards Pat’s coach Bill Belichick and subliminal swipe towards Vikings honcho Brad Childress. A move which obviously wasn’t the wisest if one wanted to stay in the Metrodome.
“This decision was made based on what we thought was in the best interests of the Minnesota Vikings, both in the short and long term,” said Head Coach Brad Childress. “We wish Randy the best as he moves forward in his career.”—Brad Childress
Two things are for certain: Randy Moss doesn’t give a flying fish and Brad Childress is next to be whacked. But to up the ante of strange to bizarre, there’s a likely possibility that Moss could be back in New England for next Sunday’s game. A motion that would simply leave the Vikings assed-out of a third-round draft pick and strengthen assumptions that Belichick drinks human blood.
Maybe this was their grand scheme all along and Randy sabotaged the game where he “could’ve caught the ball.” Only his realtor in Massachusetts knows for sure.