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Tuesday, January 11, 2005

Moss Mooning
The faux mooning by Randy Moss didn't seem like that big of a deal to me. Professional? Probably not. Juvenile? Sure. But not a sign of the apocalypse. Tsunamis, flooding, mudslides and mooning? Some context from Colts coach Tony Dungy:
"I will say one thing about Moss ... probably no one in the country can appreciate what is behind that," Dungy said. "What happens — and if you play in that division, which I did for a long time, you know — when you leave the parking lot in Green Bay that's kind of a tradition their fans have. They stand next to the fence as the buses go out and they moon the buses.

"Randy has had about six or seven years of those guys mooning him as he's left after a loss and I think that was his way of saying, 'OK, appreciate the fun, you guys had your fun, here's a little shout back at you.' That's what that was all about."

Asked about it after the game, Moss said he was "just having a little fun with the boys. I hope I don't get in trouble by it, but if I do I'll take the heat."
I'm not a big fan of Randy Moss, but I'd cut him some slack on this.

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