Brady thinks Mike Evans will be a Hall of Famer

In 2007, then Patriots WR Randy Moss had the best season of his Hall of Fame career. Moss had an NFL record 23 receiving touchdowns that season, and the guy who threw Moss those touchdown passes, Tom Brady, threw a then NFL record 50 touchdown passes. The Patriots went undefeated in the regular season that year, and while it did not end with a championship for Brady, it was probably his best season.

Fast forward to 2020, Brady is now 43 years old and is playing with another big-time receiver in Mike Evans. The 27-year-old Evans has been over one-thousand receiving yards in each of the first six seasons of his career. Ironically enough, the three-time Pro Bowler joined Moss as the only wide receivers to have over one-thousand receiving yards in each of their first six seasons in the NFL. 

Like Moss, Evans is tall and athletic, and on Thursday, Brady was asked to compare Evans and Moss. According to Brady, Evans could join Moss in the Hall of Fame.

“From a physical standpoint – both [have] big bodies, big catch radiuses, and great body control,” Brady said. “[They have] great understanding of the game – feel, instincts, [etc.]. Randy is a Hall of Famer. I think Mike is going to be one too, and it’s been amazing to play with him.

“I love playing with Mike. He’s been just spectacular from the day I met him. I admired him from afar for a long time. I’m just blessed to play with him and Chris [Godwin with] what he’s accomplished in his short time in the NFL. I think those two guys really lead the charge for our receivers, and they’re great mentors for the young players we have. We’re just going to keep working hard every day to try and be on the same page more and more.”

After two games with Brady this season, Evans, who has been slowed by a hamstring injury, has eight catches for 106 yards and two touchdown receptions.

Moss is one of the greatest wide receivers in NFL history, and yes, if Evans keeps playing at a high level, he could join Moss, and eventually, Brady in the Hall of Fame.


Moss: ‘If I would have been just kamikaze, it would have been a short career'(Video)

Randy Moss was special. He was a freak athlete that made a lot of corners look bad during his 14-year career. Many corners have been “Mossed!” However, there was another side to Moss. Some accused him of taking plays off or some have questioned his desire to go across the middle, but at the end of the day, he’s a first ballot Hall of Famer.

Moss was not the biggest of guys (6’4, 210 pounds), but he was fast, and he could jump out of the building. Moss did what he needed to do to have a long career in the NFL.

“Listen, 14 years, six-foot-four; I’m a basketball player,” Moss said. “I had to pick and choose when to go out of bounds and stay in bounds. Hey, if I would have been just kamikaze, it would have been a short career.”

Along the way, Moss made some “business decisions.”  Recently, Moss talked about one of those “business decisions” when he faced one of the men he was inducted into the Hall with, Ray Lewis.

Listen below:

Randy Moss on Dawkins: ‘There’s nothing he couldn’t do on the field'(Video)

Hall of Famer Brian Dawkins did a lot of great things on the football field during his 16-year NFL career. He was good in coverage; he ended his career with 37 interceptions. He was good at blitzing the quarterback; Dawkins finished his career with 26 sacks, and he was opportunistic. Dawkins finished his career with 36 forced fumbles.

Essentially, there was nothing Dawkins could not do, so says Hall of Famer Randy Moss, who was inducted with Dawkins, into the Pro Football Hall of Fame last week.

“There’s nothing he couldn’t do on the field,” Moss recently said. “Interceptions, roamed the field, blitzed, tackle any person on the field.”

I guess that is why Dawkins is in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Listen below as Moss talks Dawkins:


HOF Moss talks playing through pain & play where Brady tore his ACL(Video)

Hall of Famer Randy Moss had a lot of great moments in his 14-year NFL career. Whether it’s setting the NFL rookie record for touchdown receptions with 17 in 1998, or the 23 touchdowns receptions in 2007, which is an NFL record for touchdown receptions in a season. It’s very evident that Moss made a lot of plays. In the process of making all those plays, Moss had some pain along the way, which he always tried to play through.

Many forget on the play that Tom Brady tore his ACL back in 2008 against the Chiefs; Moss was the player who caught the pass and fumbled.

Listen below as Moss talks playing through pain, and describes his role in the play that ended Brady’s season in 2008:


HOF Randy Moss calls Sean Taylor his toughest competitor(VIDEO)

Former Redskins S Sean Taylor was special. His ability to fly around the field and make plays were amazing. Unfortunately, Taylor’s life was cut short after he was shot by intruders who tried to burglarize his home back in 2007. He was only 24 years old.

Before his untimely passing, Taylor was turning himself into one of the better safeties in football. In four years in the league, all with the Redskins, Taylor made two Pro Bowls(voted posthumously to the Pro Bowl and named first team All-Pro in 2007), accumulated 12 interceptions, and was one of the hardest hitting safeties during his time in the NFL.

Hall of Fame WR Randy Moss, who was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame this weekend, called Taylor one of his toughest competitors.

“He came in early, a lot of hype; very good.  All he kept telling me is, ‘Every time you catch the ball, I’m going to try to kill you,'” Moss said about Taylor on Sunday at the Enshrinees’ Roundtable in Canton, OH.

Listen below as Moss talks Taylor and the times he played against him:

Randy Moss, Ray Lewis believe Eddie George & Fred Taylor belong in the Hall(Video)

In the late 90s and early 2000s, Eddie George and Ray Lewis had some epic, physical battles.  Those battles were well documented each and other every time the Titans and Ravens faced each other during that era, and If you remember, before NFL realignment, the Titans and Ravens used to play twice a year as both were in the AFC Central, which made these two teams huge rivals.

This weekend Ray Lewis, Randy Moss, and five others were inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and one day both Lewis and Moss believe George and former Jaguars RB Fred Taylor will be joining them.

Lewis and Moss talked about George and Taylor’s candidacy for the Hall at the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Enshrinees’ Roundtable in Canton, Ohio on Sunday.

Listen below:


Taylor may have a better case than George. Taylor is the 17th all-time leading rusher. Also, of the 16 guys ahead of Taylor, 13 are already in the Hall of Fame. The only one that is eligible but currently not in the Hall is Edgerrin James, so Taylor has an exceptional case.

Concerning George, he is the 27th all-time leading rusher in NFL history. George had a great career and carried the load for those Titans’ teams in the late 90s and early 2000s. Considering that Terrell Davis(55th all-time leading rusher) recently got in the Hall with over 7k rushing yards, I think George has a great case, too.


Randy Moss gets emotional talking about making the Hall of Fame(Watch)

Randy Moss is in the Hall of Fame. Moss became the first wide receiver to be a first-ballot Hall of Famer since the great Jerry Rice.

The NFL made the announcement of the 2018 Hall of Fame class on Saturday night.

Moss will join Terrell Owens, Brian Dawkins, Brian Urlacher, Ray Lewis, Bobby Beathard(contributor), Jerry Kramer and Robert Brazile.

On ESPN’s NFL Countdown, an emotional Moss talked about making the Hall of Fame.

Take a look:

Randy Moss to play soccer?

Former NFL great Randy Moss has turned in his football cleats, and put on a different pair of football cleats. You see, Moss, 40, signed with the Charlotte Independence of the USL (United Soccer League). Moss will be available for the season opener on April 1st.