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Randy Moss: Bradford trade was ‘smart move’ by Vikings

By Matthew Coller

Former Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Randy Moss will be back in Minneapolis for Monday night’s matchup between the Vikings and the New York Giants as an ESPN analyst. Moss joined a conference call Thursday and talked about the current state of the Vikings, including the team’s trade for quarterback Sam Bradford.

“There is a lot weighing on Sam Bradford’s shoulders and also the offensive line,” Moss said. “Looking at the season so far and what they’ve done, I think it was a smart move by the Vikings. A lot of people had a question mark of why they were bringing Sam Bradford there, but it is still early. I like what I’m seeing out of Minnesota. If they are able to open up the running game, I think the receivers will be able to get some chunks..some big chunks.”

Moss also addressed first-round pick Laquon Treadwell’s struggles to get on the field so far this season.

“I think for Treadwell to get on the field and be a help and contribute, he has to really show his worth each and every day, but mainly Wednesday and Thursday, those are the toughest days of the week because the coaches are counting on you to learn whatever gameplan is put in and whatever new plays or new wrinkles are sprinkled in. You have to be able to adapt or sometime hit it on the run. It’s just a learning process that all rookies go through.”

LISTEN TO THE ENTIRE MOSS CONFERENCE CALL HERE

http://www.vikings.com/news/article-1/Randy-Moss-Vikings-Defense-Putting-Extra-Syrup-on-Top/12dd17ce-044e-4cad-9ae8-c15c79d49446?sf37396042=1

The post Randy Moss: Bradford trade was ‘smart move’ by Vikings appeared first on 1500 ESPN Twin Cities.

Source:: 1500 ESPN Sportswire

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