What does Randy Moss think of the Antonio Brown situation?

(Photo by Mitchell Layton/Getty Images) Randy Moss
(Photo by Mitchell Layton/Getty Images) Randy Moss /

The former Minnesota Vikings All-Pro wide receiver responded to people comparing his time with the Oakland Raiders to everything that has been going on with Antonio Brown lately.

After spending the first seven years of his NFL career with the Minnesota Vikings, Randy Moss was shipped to the Oakland Raiders in 2005. Moss only lasted two seasons with the Raiders before he was sent packing again in 2007 to the New England Patriots.

He went on to revitalize his career with the Patriots and he was, once again, back to being regarded as one of the top wide receivers in the league.

Like Moss did in 2007, Antonio Brown has recently become a member of New England’s roster after being let go by Oakland. However, this is where the comparison between the two talented receivers ends.

During all the commotion on Saturday following Brown’s release from the Raiders, Moss actually ended up trending on Twitter because a bunch of people started to compare the two receivers’ tenures in Oakland.

It didn’t take long for Moss to see his name among Saturday’s top trending topics and he decided to give his own opinion on all of the comparisons between him and Brown.

"“Raider Nation, idc who I played 4! I did care about wins and losses though. 2 years in da bay and not gonna talk bout injuries. NO comparison, NO comparison!! WE JUST DIDNT WIN BABY! #2seasons”"

Moss is right though, as he at least made it through two seasons with the Raiders before he was traded. Brown was acquired by Oakland in March and he didn’t even last long enough to appear in a single game for the silver and black.

And despite what some people may want others to believe, Moss’ behavior off of the field didn’t even come close to what everyone has seen from Brown in just the past month.

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Even though Moss and Brown may have followed a similar path from the Raiders to the Patriots, there isn’t much in common between these two besides the position they play and their jersey number.