As of about an hour and a half ago, Randy Moss has officially taken his place among the immortals in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
The former Minnesota Vikings great was the second-to-last person to speak, and gave a very solid speech. It certainly wasn’t the longest speech of the night, clocking in at about fifteen minutes, but it was a very good speech overall.
Naturally, clicking on that link will take you to YouTube, and you’ll have to watch the video there. . .as is tradition.
I was a bit surprised that Moss didn’t mention former head coach Dennis Green more than he did, and there was also no mention of Cris Carter. But Moss had a ton of people to thank during his speech, and it sounded like he got to all of them. He even thanked the Wilf family for bringing a stadium to Minnesota, and said that a Super Bowl was going to be coming soon.
(He’s right, you know.)
If you missed Randy Moss’ induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, you can catch the entire speech by clicking on the embed above.