Hey, it’s been 10 hours since we’ve had a Randy Moss-related post here on the blog. So here are a few more notes on Minnesota’s newest WR…
– Moss has been a key player on the NFL’s top 2 scoring offenses of all-time, hauling in 17 TDs for the 1998 Vikings when they scored 556 points and then totaling an NFL record 23 TD catches for the 2007 Patriots, who set the league record for points scored in a season with 589. The ’98 Vikings went 15-1 and the ’07 Patriots went 16-0.
– Since entering the NFL, Moss has 151 receiving TDs, more than any other player over that span. He caught 50 TDs with the Patriots from 2007-2010, also the best in the league over that span. If you include rushing and receiving TDs, Moss has 152 TDs since entering the league and that mark ranks behind only RB LaDainian Tomlinson’s 154 over that span.
– Over his 13-year NFL career, Moss has averaged 1 TD for every 6.19 receptions, a total that is the best in NFL history among any receiver with at least 500 receptions. Moss has caught 151 TDs out of 935 career receptions.
– In NFL ranks, Moss ranks 10th all-time with 935 receptions, 5th with 14,604 receiving yards and 2nd with 151 receiving TDs.
– Moss has more TD receptions (50) since 2007 than any other player; Larry Fitzgerald, Jr. is next with 37.
– In 7 seasons with the Vikings, Moss has earned 5 Pro Bowls.
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