The Moss Files

August 3rd, 2015

mike evans 1113Everyone knows Mike Evans had a couple of training sessions this offseason with eventual Hall of Fame receiver Randy Moss.

Evans already explained to Joe that Moss is one of the “tightest dudes” he’s ever met, but what did they really work on?

Joe dove into that with Evans after practice today at One Buc Palace.

And there’s not a lot of meat there, Evans explained.

Simply stated, Evans said he and Moss drilled the basics to perfection. That’s not a huge surprise, considering that legendary receivers like Moss or Jerry Rice, were just better at the fundamentals than everyone else, in addition to their mad talent.

However, Evans said the nuanced work came when Moss was teaching the art of the deep route and “getting leverage on safeties and corners and stuff like that.” It’s the stuff that can make you more of a threat, Evans said.

Joe can already here Bucs fans drooling.

10 Responses to “The Moss Files”

  1. Buc1987 Says:

    Bring it Evans…bring it!

  2. BuccaneEric75 Says:

    Big season for Mike!!

  3. Idontwannahearitanymore Says:

    America’s student of Randy Moss!

  4. Strider Says:

    I think our team we going to have contributions from everyone

  5. Stevek Says:

    this gut might be our second best player, behind Lavonte David, when the year is through.

  6. DallasBuc Says:

    What does drool sound like?

  7. The original "Kevin" Says:

    Lol joes been drinking.

    Joe can here(hear) the fans drooling. Tou can hear drooling???


  8. Hawk Says:

    DallasBuc Said:

    “What does drool sound like?”

    What are you talking about? He wrote ‘here’, not ‘hear’. It doesn’t make sense on ANY level. :^)

  9. bucsalltheway Says:

    he was a straight stud last year and shown everyone he can dominate take teams like (redskins,browns and pittsburgh)hes a matchup to anyone not willing to be physical and decipline in coverage ME13 gonna make em pay…

  10. Bubba Says:

    Did you ask who was throwing to Evans and Moss while working out?

    Answer might be of interest…