“I Won’t Make That Team”

July 13th, 2020

It’s always fun when a couple of NFL legends have fun on Twitter, and extra fun when one is a Buccaneer.

Mike Evans knows all about Randy Moss, and vice versa. They’ve trained together and forged a relationship soon after Evans landed in Tampa. So it’s no surprise that Moss was quick to tell Tom Brady the other day that Brady should cool it with inviting Moss to join the Buccaneers.

Brady shared a career memory on Twitter (see below) that led to him playfully poking Moss about coming to Tampa. Moss responded that he wouldn’t make the squad.

Fun stuff. And Joe is glad Moss, 43, answered the way he did. It would have been wild if he pulled a Simeon Rice, who at 43 publicly was lobbying to return to the field three years ago.

22 Responses to ““I Won’t Make That Team””

  1. TheBucsAnthem Says:

    I bet Randy Moss at his age is still faster than 50% of NFL WRs up to 20 yds!! 😀

  2. Hodad Says:

    Ha ha. Brady was obviously joking.

  3. james west Says:

    good stuff

  4. stpetebucsfan Says:

    Good stuff and if you followed that twitter thread you saw the announcement that the Redskins are no more. No word on what they’ll become yet.

    If they wanted to be the team that opposing fans hate they could call themselves the Washington Politicians….their helmet logos to replace the “Redskin” would be a hand reaching out for dollars.

  5. gp Says:

    Obviously, Randy Moss thinks highly of our corps of receivers.
    I see this as a compliment if not high praise.

  6. gp Says:


    *If they wanted to be the team that opposing fans hate they could call themselves the Washington Politicians….their helmet logos to replace the “Redskin” would be a hand reaching out for dollars. *

    Or they could further appease those who forced the change and call themselves “The Hammers”. Red flag with a hammer on it (leave out the sickle), should be a welcome sight to many residents of todays DC.

  7. Chris@Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa Says:

    @stpetebucsfan LOL
    That was a good one!
    One guy on Twitter suggested they call them the Washington Foreskins, because they have been “cut off” from winning for so long.

  8. ClodHopper Says:

    IMO his best game was the Super Bowl against the Falcons. I remember my wife asking how the patriots could come back and win. I just shrugged my shoulders and said “He’s the goat”

  9. stpetebucsfan Says:


    You’re too smart to lower yourself to cheap right wing crap like it’s communist if people agree with the Native Americans who claim to be insulted. Generic name calling like that is a mark of what Trump has done to lower the discourse in our nation. What is next? I know you are but what am I? Neener neener?

    And you did so well with your scientific approach to the virus yesterday.

  10. stpetebucsfan Says:


    I’ve heard some sports shock jocks refer to them as the foreskins thanks to you now I know why. LMAO

  11. gp Says:

    Since 1937(?) Washington has carried that name to “HONOR” their first coach.
    Funny that it’s only now that we have a ‘culture wipe’ occurring in our country that a ‘few’ Native Americans agreeing with the culture warriors?
    Every other time it has been brought up over the past ten, fifteen, twenty years, the majority of Native Americans AGREED that it was an honor.
    What’s changed? The media now knows who *not* to interview.
    Really don’t care much about the Washington Redskins, they’re not my team.
    The manipulation and strong arm tactics being used to erase historical culture in this country really bothers me though. I equate it to the battleships “softening” the beach head before the landing force is deployed.

    Just observations, no theories, no direct accusation, but a great amount of unease.

  12. gp Says:

    Btw, Thanks for hanging long enough to read that one. It was a might bit long.

  13. Buczilla Says:

    It’s cool that Evans is an apprentice of sorts to Moss since he is the best receiver in the league since Moss. Mike will never touch Rice or Moss, but having the potential to be considered the 3rd best receiver of all time ain’t too shabby.

    I noticed the talk on the Redskins name change and I think that the best name that I’ve heard so far is Wokeskins. I get the history of the name, but I personally think that it is derogatory as hell and it should be changed given today’s hypersensitivity. The only concern that I have is that it will further embolden the whackjobs that are trying to dismantle America. Wrong is wrong though and these nut cases will eventually be dealt with seperately once they pi$$ off enough people.

  14. stpetebucsfan Says:


    You know I luv ya dude because at least you make the effort…and we generally agree on football but…How sad it must be – believing that scientists, scholars, historians, economists and journalists have devoted their whole lives to deceiving you, while a reality-TV star with decades of fraud and exhaustively – documented lying is your only beacon of honesty.

  15. gp Says:

    Good try but your way low and to the right.
    Instead of taking out the driver you popped the hubcap off of the left rear.
    One clue, though it might send you to deep left field. You have to understand motivation.
    BTW, I love scientists, scholars, historians, and economists. I like journalists that practice journalism(reporting without bias), but I can’t for the life of me name one right now.
    Oh, and right back at ya, interesting conversations are hard to find

  16. Adam Lakers Carolla Says:

    st pete

    not surprised you have “orange man bad” syndrome. gp never mentioned POTUS…just presented facts about the Skins (Native Americans liked the team name, only white leftists like you were offended the last 10 minutes). You’re an intellectually dishonest wannabe sports writer. You’re a long winded, boring, virtue signaling douche. Other than that, I have no opinion about you.

  17. gp Says:

    I do differentiate between ‘scholars’ and the ‘intelligencia'(I probably misspelled that). I have had the misfortune to have to converse with a few. They are on one side of the spectrum of the types who can’t tie their own shoelaces. And every one that I have met is more racist than Billy Joe-Bob Superedneck. And I wouldn’t let them cook for me either, No Taste!

  18. gp Says:

    BTW, you left out philosophy and psychology
    They’re lots of fun too.
    Part of the reason I bother to even post here, besides being a rabid Bucs fan that is.

  19. ClodHopper Says:

    I’m not saying 45 is the epitome of polite society but to suggest he brought name to the conversation is laughable! The left has been screaming blankist and blankaphobe my entire life.

    Leftist really think they’re better than everyone else. Get off your high horse. You’re sht don’t smell any better than ours

  20. Formerly Tampa 2 Says:

    Now that the left has decided that the Redskins, Indians, and even the Seminoles are racist names in this insanity of Current America, I wonder how our Native Americans will feel in just a few years when even the thought of some of the finest Native Americans will be lost forever in obscurity. Kids will not even know who the Seminole Nation was, or the Fighting abilities of the Apache, Navajo, Creek, or Crow. At minimum, These names kept the memories of these Great peoples alive. Congratulations Left wingers! In your quest to dismantle America and it’s past cultures you have sent the Native Americans into obscurity that will only be read in some long lost history books. And St.Pete, Since you have shown your true leftist colors I have lost all respect for you.

  21. stpetebucsfan Says:


    That was part of an extended conversation with GP. I like gp because he can at least agree to disagree. It is actually possible to disagree without being disagreeable. Somewhat rare these days which is why appreciate gp

  22. gp Says:

    Another clue, if you get a chance to see this.
    The old saying that “there are two sides to every story” is a false statement.
    Reality is that there are an infinite number of views, you just can’t see them because of two dimensional thinking.