Admit it: There were few things as joyous as watching Randy Moss lose it. Now, it's as if those Raiders years -- when he caught a combined 102 passes for 11 touchdowns -- are a long-lost memory. His quarterbacks stunk. He was playing in a high school offense under the direction of a B&B manager, Tom Walsh. And it messed with Randy so bad that he wasn't a Pro Bowler anymore, wasn't even a legit team distraction. Remember when he tried to pop off about how things were going and uttered this nonsense: "It's crazy around here, man. It's something that we're trying to hold on to, man, and, hopefully, coach Art can move us in the right direction, man, so I'm just trying to stay away from all of that stuff this year, like I did last year, and hopefully, we can win some games." Man, those were good days. But look at Moss now. Not only has he caught 11 touchdowns, but he's praised by Tom Brady as a "leader." When Moss steps before the cameras, he's poised and spouting the same, boring School of Belichick quotes as every other Pat. He's happy, content and finally playing well for a winning organization. It's so sad.