Randy Moss Jets Rumors: Moss Would Be Perfect Fit for Rex Ryan and Gang Green
For years, Randy Moss and the Jets were bitter enemies, now, they'd be perfect partners.
The veteran wide receiver is still on the open market, and naturally, Rex Ryan is interested, as he has taken numerous players with attitude issues and helped make them a part of something bigger in New York. The Jets might have spent money on Plaxico Burress, but think of Moss as somewhat of an insurance policy.
While he might have been in the way in Philadelphia, where the Eagles have two young, speedy deep threats, he would be another target for Mark Sanchez in case Burress doesn't have the conditioning needed to be a dominate wide receiver. Moss may want more than the Jets are willing to spend, but the longer this drags on, the better the chances for a deal are.
At this stage of his career, Moss is looking to win a championship, and with the Jets coming off of their second-straight AFC Championship Game, the AFC East titans are on the precipice of making the leap to the next level. With a target like Moss, it could take Mark Sanchez to the next level and allow him to develop into a top-tier quarterback.
There aren't many options for Moss, and the Jets are interested for the right price, and rightfully so. New York has made it clear it wants to do whatever it takes to win a Super Bowl, and that is the type of mentality needed to get the former Pro Bowler back to his former glory.
So far, the market hasn't heated up for his services, but when his price inevitably comes down, Rex Ryan will be there, willing to bring him into the fold and give his young quarterback the type of weapons that can take him and the Jets to the next level.
When you're this close to greatness, you can't rely on a guy who was in prison for years to give your quarterback a big, sturdy target. Moss may have had a down year, but right now, he is the type of insurance policy the Jets need to win a Super Bowl.
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