Posted by Zuri Berry, Boston.com Staff December 20, 2009 05:13 PM
Randy Moss may not always speak, but he is listening.
After catching five balls for 70 yards and a touchdown, Moss took to the podium, an often random occurrence, and defended himself -- in his own way -- after the Patriots beat the Bills 17-10.
"Ya'lls had all two weeks to do your talkin', not let me do mine," Moss said. "You know it's been really a tough couple of weeks, but you move on, you know. That's the nature of the game. So I'm happy that we got this victory.
"I appreciate all of the support from my true fans, the players, the coaches, my family and loved ones," Moss continued. "I've been in this league 12 years and I've been through a lot.
"These shoulders I have on my body, you can put the Earth on it. So just to let you know, I bounce back."
And with that, he was gone. He didn't take any questions from the assembled media.
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