Or, in other words: Randy Moss has decided to end his brief retirement and offer his services as an NFL wide receiver again.
And so a few questions:
1. Moss announced his decision via something called UStream. As the Blob is a technologically deficient zone, I have to ask: What the (bleep) is UStream?
2. How many teams will be interested in a 35-year-old wideout, even if he is one of the best ever to play the position?
3. And will it be more teams than will be interested in a certain 35-year-old quarterback who may or may not still be able to throw the football?
I'm guessing more teams will be willing to take a chance on Moss at this point than on Peyton, for a variety of reasons. I know I would be if I were an NFL GM.