Randy Moss caught five passes for 59 yards in Sunday's win over the Bengals. Then, after the game, he really made headlines. Speaking at the postgame press conference, Moss said, among other things, that while he wants to return to the Patriots in 2011, he doesn't see it happening.
"I'm not saying that I'm not appreciated here, but I would like to feel that sometimes." he said. "This is [the] last year of my contract. [Nothing's] been discussed, [nothing's been] said, not a letter, nothing. I'm not saying that I want to stay here, but I love playing here . . . So I'm going to play my year out . . . to the best of my ability."
"I don't want to take away from the win," he said, "but I think that before the season gets started, I don't want to be [in] Week Ten or Week Eleven or Week Twelve and we're still sitting here talking about a contract. Basically, what I want to let you all know is, I know this is the last year of my contract. And I'm here to play it out. And I want to play some damn good football."