Playoff Apperances: 6
Furthest Advanced: Super Bowl (2007)
Over the course of his career, Randy Moss has lived up to the hype. From day one he was an NFL superstar when he and Cris Carter (who never won a ring) formed their dynamic duo that took the league by storm. In his rookie year, he brought in 69 catches for 1,300-plus yards and 17 touchdowns, and from there never looked back.
Despite all of the success he and the Vikings had over his seven years there, they just never found themselves able to get over the hump and advance to the Super Bowl, losing two conference title games.
He wasted two seasons in football purgatory after being traded to the Raiders, where his production plummeted prompting rumors of a premature retirement.
However, he found redemption when he joined the Patriots in 2007 where he and Tom Brady had arguably the greatest season between a quarterback and receiver ever, and New England rolled to 18 straight victories.
The stars seemed aligned for Moss and the Patriots to compile the best record in history en route to Super Bowl glory until Eli Manning and David Tyree's miraculous third down play that will forever live in football lore and ripped perfection from the Patriots' grasp. On a side note, while that play merely prolonged Moss' pursuit of a title it effectively ended another's in Junior Seau, a future Hall of Famer.
This year, Moss' Patriots figure to once again be in contention for a Super Bowl title again, but the AFC is as competitive as ever. Looking ahead things get a little murky as the word is Moss does not wish to return to New England.
Entering the twilight of his career, Moss has no more time to mess around. He'd better make his next move wisely because he might end up being in the coversation for greatest receiver ever, but without a ring what does all that really mean?