Alright, so Randy Moss is out in Minnesota.
After Sunday night's game, Moss was awash in good feelings for his former team:
I don't know how many more times I'm going to be up here in New England, but I'm going to leave the New England Patriots and Coach Belichick with a salute. I love you guys, I miss you. I'm out.
And that was only the end of a lengthy tribute to the players, Belichick, and all things Patriots. So it comes as no surprise that already the "Moss back to New England?" talk is coming fast-and-furious. Do the Patriots want him? Does Moss want the Patriots? Does Moss still want a new contract?
It's far from guaranteed that the Patriots could even get Moss if they wanted to. In fact, it's almost a sure thing that he'll be picked up by another team with a higher waiver priority than the Patriots. In fact, Adam Schefter has a fairly long list to start:
Teams likely to consider claiming Randy Moss on waivers: Cowboys, Redskins, Rams, Bears, Dolphins, Raiders, Chiefs, Jets, Patriots.
But let's just go ahead and say that somehow all the other teams decided they weren't interested in Randy Moss, and that it came down to just the Patriots. They're 3-0 since letting Moss go, but the offense has looked sloppy, and they've certainly been scoring less. And of course, Moss is Moss both as a player and as a personality.
So what do you say? If the Patriots could bring Moss back, would you want them to?