Despite playing for three different teams in 2010, Randy Moss was still able to make the improbable play look ordinary.
After a year of retirement, Moss will return to football with the San Francisco 49ers with one thing in mind, a Super Bowl ring.
Motivated by the bling, Moss will lay his ego aside and buy into the 49ers' team-first mentality. A scary thought for opposing defenses.
When Moss is dedicated, he is impossible to cover. Even at 35 years old, he has the speed to burn secondaries and the athleticism to catch any pass.
His production in 2012 will only be limited by his quarterback.
Assuming Alex Smith regains his senses and signs with the 49ers, San Francisco's offense will be set to play championship football next season.
Should the football gods send Peyton Manning to the Bay Area, there is no telling what records will fall.
Regardless of who is throwing the ball, Moss will return to top form in 2012 and propel the 49ers deep into the playoffs and possibly beyond.
This is Moss' final chance to win a Super Bowl, a factor that will inspire him to be a difference-maker in San Francisco's offense and restore his reputation as one of the best to play the game.