After insisting that he was the greatest receiver of all time, Randy Moss was mostly ineffective in the 49ers Super Bowl loss last night - 2 catches for 41 yards and you're the greatest ever? Okay. Whatever.
On the CSN Bay Area postgame, former 49er and noted crazy person Bill Romanowski BLASTED Moss for his lack of effort, and was particularly perturbed by his play in the second quarter when he watched a high Colin Kaepernick throw get picked off by Ed Reed.
Here is what Romanowski had to say:
Who knows if the throw was catchable or not, but Moss didn't try to do ANYTHING with it, and as Romanowski VERY ANGRILY points out, when you're playing in the Super Bowl, you need to show a better effort than that.
I've never been a Randy Moss fan - in fact, I've pretty much thought the guy should have been labeled as "bad for the game" much of his career - but Romanowski and his roiding days leave me with just as much of a bad opinion of HIM. So, shut up Romo and worry about your own bad theatrics through the years...